Betfair Enhanced Odds Offer: Best Odds of 16/1 on England to win the Rugby World Cup – Plus Money Back if You Lose!

The Rugby World Cup starts on Friday 18th September 2015 and Betfair have a fantastic offer available to new customers: MASSIVE odds of 16/1 on the hosts England going all the way and winning the World Cup (enhanced from the standard odds of 9/2).

Betfair 16 to 1 on England to win Rugby World Cup Enhanced Odds Offer

England go into the tournaments at second favourites behind New Zealand, but home advantage might be enough to help Stuart Lancaster’s men go all the way.

If you want to take advantage of this latest enhanced odds betting offer from Betfair, just follow these simple steps:

  1. Visit Betfair using any link on this page (like THIS ONE)
  2. Register your details using promo code ZSKCC4 and make a deposit of at least £10
  3. Place your £10 bet on England to win the Rugby World Cup at the standard odds
  4. If England win the tournament, you’ll be paid out in cash to the standard odds with the enhanced odds being paid out in free bets
  5. If England fail to win the World Cup you’ll have your stake refunded as a free bet and, win or lose, you’ll have the chance to earn up to £100 in further free bets

What if I already have a Betfair betting account?

If you already have a betting account with Betfair, fear not, we have plenty of FREE BET OFFERS that could help stack the odds in your favour.

One bonus which would give you almost as good odds, for instance, if the TREBLE ODDS OFFER from 888sport which could allow you to back England (or indeed any team you choose) at treble the standards odds when you open an account with 888sport and place your first bet with them.

Will England win the Rugby World Cup in 2015?

England certainly have a tough task ahead of them if they are to emulate their World Cup-winning success of 2003. They will be tested in the group stages, where they will face Australia, Wales, Fiji and Uruguay, and finishing at the top of the pile in Pool A could prove crucial so they avoid South Africa (in all likelihood) in the quarters.

From then on it will depend how much momentum and belief Lancaster’s men have built up, but they certainly have a better chance than most of making the final, and then it’s all about which team takes their chances on the day.

Of course, New Zealand are the worthy favourites for the World Cup, and if you think the All Blacks will go all the way, you can opt to back them at enhanced odds of 7/1 with Betfair – but at 16/1, we think England represent the better value and that who our money will be on.