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2027 Rugby World Cup Betting Odds - Who will win the 2027 Rugby World Cup?

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Last updated: 17 Mar 2024
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Ben Darvill 17 Mar 2024
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  • The 2027 Rugby World Cup will be held in Australia
  • South Africa are the reigning champions after triumphing in 2019 and 2023
  • Which side will lift the trophy in 2027?
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South Africa are the reigning world champions (Getty Images)

The 2023 Rugby World Cup was arguably the greatest iteration of the tournament to date, meaning the 2027 Rugby World Cup in Australia has a lot to live up to. 

With the tournament still someway off, bookmaker Betfair have made 2023's beaten finalists in New Zealand the favourites at $3.50, but can they bounce back and snare the famous trophy?

2027 Rugby World Cup Winner
Odds
New Zealand $3.50
South Africa$4.00
France$6.00
Ireland$6.00
Australia$8.00
England$11.00
Argentina$34.00
Fiji $34.00
Wales$41.00
Rest of the field$51.00+
Note: Odds from Betfair. Correct on 17/3/2023

New Zealand may have been left to rue what might have been in France in 2023, but they are currently the choice of bookmaker Betfair to end South Africa's reign with the trophy at $3.50. Meanwhile, reigning world champions South Africa are $4.00 to secure their third trophy in a row. 

France and Ireland are both available at $6.00, but the two should be backed with caution. These odds come after Ireland secured a second-successive Six Nations crown with France finishing in second. 

England ($11.00) arrive as one of the favourites after a much-improved Six Nations in which they beat Italy, Wales and Ireland, while they were on the cusp of a stunning win of France on the road in their final match. 

Australia are currently available at $8.00 to win the competition on home soil, but they will have to improve dramatically if they are to notch another World Cup triumph. The Aussies were eliminated in the group stage as Wales ($41.00) and Fiji ($34.00) progressed instead of them.  

With the competition a long way off, teams will rise and fall in this time. It is often more important for a side to start their development now as they build towards the competition rather than being at the top of the betting now only to lose all of their biggest players. 

Can Australia win the Rugby World Cup on their own soil, or will South Africa make it three wins in a row in the biggest tournament in the game?

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