England vs Uruguay: Betting Offers
England's final game of the 2015 Rugby World Cup takes place at 20:00 on Saturday October 10th when they play Uruguay at Manchester City Stadium.
England vs Uruguay Offers
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Although England haven’t made it through to the next stages of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, they still have one final match to give fans something to shout about.
England are the overwhelming favourites to win this tie at most online bookmakers and so with such short odds, their signup offers can add some insurance to risky bets.
England vs Uruguay Odds
In the lead up to England vs Uruguay, we've taken a look at each teams form, which bookmakers offer the best odds on each nation, and which bookmakers signup offers to claim.
England Betting Odds
If you’re betting on England, WilliamHill.com offer the best odds at 1/150.
The odds are extremely short on an England win, so make sure you check out the live in-play betting offers that William Hill offer to get the most from this selection.
Uruguay Betting Odds
If you’re betting on Uruguay to overcome England, Betfair.com offer the best odds at 100/1.
Odds On The Draw
Although England have a better track record in the Rugby World Cup having previously beaten Uruguay back in 2003, this match may end in a stalemate.
It’s a long shot, but with both teams determined not to lose their last match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, a draw could be a surprising outcome.
For those betting on a draw, Ladbrokes.com offer the best odds at 125/1. Bet £50 on a draw at Ladbrokes and if it does end all square, you'll be £6,250 better off.
England vs Uruguay Preview
Stuart Lancaster’s squad had a successful start to their Rugby World Cup campaign, however a 33-13 loss against Australia sent them crashing out of the tournament.
They’ve faced harsh criticism for being the first host country not to make it through the qualifying stages, but confidence is high that England can beat Uruguay.
Lancaster has made nine changes to the team with Sam Burgess and Ben Morgan left out of the match-day squad, while Henry Slade will make his World Cup debut.
This is only the 3rd time that Uruguay have made it to the qualifying rounds of the World Cup, but it's not been a pleasant experience for them having lost every match.
After crushing defeats against Wales, Australia and Fiji, Uruguay are hoping they can at least win one match in the tournament before the squad heads home.
With scrum-half Agustin Ormaechea back in the team, four days after being sent off in Uruguay's 47-15 defeat to Fiji, Uruguay will give it their all against England.
These sides have only ever met once in previous World Cup's when England emerged 111-13 winners in Brisbane back in 2003 after a 17-try mauling.
NB: Bookmakers odds correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 11:33 26/09/2015.