New Zealand vs Australia: Betting Offers
The Rugby World Cup Final takes place this Saturday and will result in either The All Blacks or The Wallabies lifting the Webb Ellis trophy for a record-breaking third time!
New Zealand vs Australia Offers
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New Zealand vs Australia
After such a fantastic tournament, there’s no better way to end the 2015 Rugby World Cup than to see title holders New Zealand take on Australia.
Current champions, New Zealand, are bookmakers favourite to win the 2015 Rugby World Cup Final and will be determined to defend their title, which they won on home soil in 2011.
Despite six of the previous seven Rugby World Cup Finals featuring either Australia or New Zealand, these rivals have never actually met in a final before.
In the lead up to Saturday’s all trans-Tasman affair, we've taken a look at both teams form, which bookmakers offer the best odds and signup offers for New Zealand vs Australia.
New Zealand's Best Odds: 2/5
The All Blacks are arguably the best teams of all time.
If you’re betting on New Zealand to win their second consecutive Rugby World Cup, PaddyPower.com currently offer the best odds on the All Blacks doing just that at 2/5.
Having never lost a World Cup pool match, New Zealand's path to the final has been fairly easy with comfortable victories against Argentina, Namibia, Georgia and Tonga.
The only really challenging game they had was against South Africa last weekend, but even that was nowhere near as physically challenging as their usual clashes.
New Zealand had never defeated Australia in a World Cup competition until 2011, and with Richie McCaw at the helm in Saturday's final, the All Blacks will be in confident mood.
This could also be the last international match for Carter, Ma'a Nonu, Conrad Smith and Keven Mealumu and so Steve Hansen’s side will determined to secure victory.
Australia are the only side to defeat New Zealand in 2015, but the All Blacks have an incredible ability to handle intense pressure which could give them the edge in Saturday's final.
Australia's Best Odds: 5/2
New Zealand are the favourites for the tie but if Australia can bring their A game on Saturday, they could very well beat New Zealand and win the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
If you’re betting on Australia to beat New Zealand, Ladbrokes.com offer the best odds at 5/2.
Australia have always been one of the top 4 teams that online bookmakers thought would to make it to the Rugby World Cup final, but they haven’t had an easy run.
The Wallabies survived the pool of death and then faced 2 tough finals matches, holding off an inspired Argentina fight back to make it through to the final.
Australia have only played to their full potential once in the tournament, when they smashed England, and if they can regain that form they could beat New Zealand.
David Pocock has been one of the best players in the tournament, and probably the only player who can beat The All Blacks captain Richie McCaw.
Pocock's ability to turn defence into attack is epic to watch, and something he did the last time they met just 3 short months ago ensuring victory for Australia.
Best Odds On A Draw: 28/1
While it’s unlikely that a clash of 2 of the world’s best Rugby teams will end in a draw, you never know how things will pan out when it comes to World Cup Finals.
Online bookmakers also think a draw will be unlikely as the odds are high. SkyBet offer the best odds on the outcome at 28/1.
NB: NB: Bookmakers odds correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 09:22 12/06/2015.