You have the best of all worlds this coming Saturday if you are a Rugby fan, for all of the international matches are being broadcast live on several different TV sports channels, and as far as betting opportunities, you will find plenty of betting sites offering some rather tempting odds too.
However, Paddy Power do certainly appear to be leading the way when it comes to early prices on each of those upcoming Rugby Union International matches, so much so I will now give you an insight into the odds they are offering on each match.
Keep in mind that when betting with Paddy Power on rugby matches, you do have three betting opportunities on their outright betting markets, which include you being able to obliviously back either team to win a match outright or for the match to end in a draw.
As for the first match that you should be checking out and having a bet on, that is the Italy v New Zealand match, however from a betting point of view certainly there is only going to be one winner of that match that being New Zealand for their win odds are 1/80 which are ridiculously tiny compared to the draw odds of 25/1 and the win odds of Italy, which are massive at 100/1!
Scotland v Argentina
The Scotland v Argentina match is one that the home team should win, and if that is a view you share then the 2/5 win odds whilst not that huge may be tempting enough for you to have a bet on them, or at the very least include them in any accumulator type rugby bets you do fancy placing this week.
The draw odds are always going to be high no matter on which rugby you choose to bet on and they are 20/1 in this match, and Argentina are fairly easy to back right now at William Hill and they are going 2/1 on them!
England v Australia
I doubt there is going to be much money pouring in for Australia to win their match against England, for the odds you are going to be offered at William Hill are 3/10 on an England, 22/1 on the draw and Australia are up for grabs at odds of 13/5, but I am convinced they have no chance what so ever of actually winning that match, so their odds are not worth taking!
There is also the match between Wales and South Africa, not punters are going to have to think long and hard as to just what the outcome of that match is likely to be, for the bookies are having a great deal of difficulty working that out!
The draw odds you can probably dismiss as I doubt 9.1 on the draw is going to be tempting to anybody, however the win odds on both teams are the same, and as such if you fancy Wales to win or South Africa you can get 10/11 on each of them if you are quick at securing those odds over at the William Hill betting site.