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Odds to Win 2011 Rugby World Cup

It has been 10 years since the Wallabies last won the Tri-Nations. This stunning win will forever label Australia as the last winner of this tournament as the Tri Nations will become the "Four Nations" in 2012 with the inclusion of Argentina.

The 25-20 victory over arch-rival New Zealand is a vital confidence boost for the Wallabies heading into the 2011 Rugby World Cup. The All Blacks, favorites to win the 2011 Rugby World Cup, now go into their home tournament with back to back losses, the first time they have ever done so leading into the tournament.

With the Rugby World Cup set to kick off on September 9th, this win makes a New Zealand championship less of a certainty.

One thing that is certain is that the winner will come from one of five teams. If for some reason you're considering putting money on an outsider to win the Webb Ellis, then good luck to you. All smart rugby bettors know that the winners will come from New Zealand, Australia, England, South Africa and, only because they have a strong history against southern hemisphere teams, France.

Given the recent Tri Nations results, one scenario of how the Rugby World Cup will play out has the All Blacks making the final but losing at the last hurdle. Here at Odds Shark we believe this won't happen. Why? Although New Zealand has always performed below expectation at the World Cup, there has not been a World Cup hosted in New Zealand since they won the inaugural tournament in 1987. This loss in the Tri-Nations is just what a team like the All Blacks needed to re-focus them on winning the most prestigious prize in rugby.

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New Zealand: 1.57
Australia: 5.00
South Africa: 9.00
England: 11.00
France: 15.00
Ireland: 26.00
Wales: 67.00
Argentina: 101.00
Scotland: 101.00
Italy: 501.00
Any Other Country: 41.00

Below is our full prediction on how the 2011 Rugby World Cup will unfold:

Odds Shark 2011 Rugby World Cup Bracket and Picks (in Bold)
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Fri Sept 9

New Zealand v Tonga


Sat Sept 10

Scotland v Romania

Sat Sept 10

France v Japan


Sat Sept 10

Argentina v England

Wed Sept 14

Tonga v Canada


Wed Sept 14

Scotland v Georgia

Fri Sept 16

New Zealand v Japan


Sat Sept 17

Argentina v Romania

Sun Sept 18

France v Canada


Sun Sept 18

England v Georgia

Wed Sept 21

Tonga v Japan


Sat Sept 24

England v Romania

Sat Sept 24

New Zealand v France


Sun Sept 25

Argentina v Scotland

Tues Sept 27

Canadav Japan


Wed Sept 28

Georgia v Romania

Sat Oct 1

France v Tonga


Sat Oct 1

England v Scotland

Sun Oct 2

New Zealand v Canada


Sun Oct 2

Argentina v Georgia


Win Pool A:

Pick New Zealand at Bodog


Win Pool B:

Pick England at Bodog






Sun Sept 11

Ireland v USA


Sat Sept 10

Fiji v Namibia

Sun Sept 11

Australia v Italy


Sun Sept 11

South Africav Wales

Thurs Sept 15

Russia v USA


Wed Sept 14

Samoa v Namibia

Sat Sept 17

Australia v Ireland


Sat Sept 17

South Africav Fiji

Tues Sept 20

Italy v Russia


Sun Sept 18

Wales v Samoa

Fri Sept 23

Australia v USA


Thurs Sept 22

South Africav Namibia

Sun Sept 25

Ireland v Russia


Sun Sept 25

Fiji v Samoa

Tues Sept 27

Italy v USA


Mon Sept 26

Wales v Namibia

Sat Oct 1

Australia v Russia


Fri Sept 30

South Africa v Samoa

Sun Oct 2

Ireland v Italy


Sun Oct 2

Wales v Fiji


Win Pool C:

Pick Australia at Bodog


Win Pool D:

South Africa at Bodog






Sat Oct 8

Australia v Wales


Sat Oct 15

Australia v England

Sat Oct 8

England v France


Sun Oct 16

South Africa v New Zeal.

Sun Oct 9

South Africa v Ireland


Sun Oct 9

New Zeal. v Argentina






Fri Oct 21

South Africa v England


Sun Oct 23

Australia v New Zealand