Best Odds on Ireland or France with Great Betfair Offer, World Cup, 11 October 2015
The crunch game in Rugby World Cup Pool D sees Ireland play France at the Millennium Stadium and Betfair have got a great enhanced odds offer, with Ireland available at best odds of 5/1 and France at a huge price of 7/1!
Those odds alone make this a great offer but when you consider that Betfair will give you your money back if you lose AND up to £100 in free bets after that, this really is one of the best rugby offers around at the moment.
Betfair Offer Ireland at 5/1 and France at 7/1
New Betfair customers can bet up to £10 at these enhanced prices in the Betfair Sportsbook. Just join Betfair and place your £10 bet on the standard match odds market of the France v Ireland game. France are currently priced at odds of 5/4 with Betfair, whilst Ireland are favourites at 8/11 (the draw is 22/1 at Sky Bet).
If your pick wins you’ll get paid out cash immediately based on those standard odds, with the prices boosted to 5/1 for the Irish or 7/1 for the French in free bets. As said, if you lose, you’ll get your stake back as a free bet up to £10 to try again, either on the World Cup or any of the other great sport ahead.
Claim a Further £100 in Free Bets
As well as the huge odds enhancement and the money back offer, if you decide to continue betting at Betfair (see our review for reasons we think that’s pretty likely!) and place a further five bets of at least £10, Betfair will give you a £20 free bet. Repeat the process five times and you’ll have claimed a very generous £100 in free bets and hopefully landed some decent winners along the way too!
Betfair Offer Key Facts
- New customers only
- £10 max bet
- Ireland 5/1 or France 7/1
- Winnings paid in cash and free bets
- Free bet refund if lose
- £100 Free Bet Bundle also available
Should I Back Ireland or France?
The choice is yours but we’ll be backing Ireland here, despite France’s incredible World Cup record. The French may have made the semis in every World Cup bar one but we think Ireland can continue to improve and get the better of them here. Moreover, the price boost on the favourites represents better value and so we have to go with Joe Schmidt’s men, especially as they haven’t lost to their opponents here in the last four games, winning the most recent two home and away in the Six Nations.