There’s a heavyweight semi final clash in the Rugby World Cup as South Africa v New Zealand tops the bill. The two southern hemisphere giants clash in the first semi final and it is the Kiwis who are going as favourites, which is no surprise, but the degree of favouritism they have at 2/7 with William Hill may be.
South Africa are 3/1 to win. Then you look at the stats and see that New Zealand have won eight of the last ten meetings between the two nations and hold a 52-35 head to head win record over the Springboks and realise why.
The winner of the clash will face Australia or Argentina in the final. The excellent Pumas pulled off a shock win over Ireland in the quarter finals while Australia benefitted from a refereeing mistake to land a victory over Scotland.
The Pumas have only won five previous internationals against Australia and just one of the last ten meetings against the Wallabies. You can now take a 3/4 shot on Australia/New Zealand in the Name The Finalist Market.
For both semi finals there is coverage at William Hill. The bookmaker will pay out on your first tryscorer if your selection scores either the first or the second try of the respective match. This applies to your first bet on the market only and the maximum win is £500.