Wales Rugby Odds

If you’re looking to bet on Welsh rugby matches, look no further. This page provides a comprehensive wrap of everything you need to know about Wales: result history, statistical analysis, future matches and most importantly, the best odds and lines from a selection of great betting companies. Review tournament performance, plan for upcoming fixtures and place your wager with confidence right here.

Wales Next Game

Throughout the year you will find information regarding Wales’ next fixture right here, with direct links to the figures that the popular sports books have published. Be sure to check that you have got the odds you are looking for before you place your wager.

Test Matches
Saturday 11 November
Australia
Wales

Australia @ Wales

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Odds are not currently available for this game.

Wales Rugby Schedule

You will find Wales’ upcoming schedule right here. Check out their latest results and take a look at odds for upcoming fixtures, or sort by home and away games to review trends and form. For past results, you can review lineups, match reports and statistics which will help give you the edge when deciding on your final bet.

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February 2017 (3)
Sun 5 Wales 33 - 7 Italy -556 +500 Odds
Sat 11 England 21 - 16 Wales -189 +187 Odds
Sat 25 Wales 13 - 29 Scotland -125 +125 Odds
March 2017 (2)
Fri 10 Ireland 9 - 22 Wales -164 +162 Odds
Sat 18 Wales 18 - 20 France +162 -164 Odds
June 2017 (2)
Fri 16 Wales 24 - 6 Tonga -714 +450 Odds
Fri 23 Wales 19 - 17 Samoa -227 +187 Odds
November 2017 (3)
Sat 11 Australia 12:15 Wales
Sat 18 Georgia 09:30 Wales
Sat 25 New Zealand 12:15 Wales
December 2017 (1)
Sat 2 South Africa 09:30 Wales

Wales Scores and Standings

Below you will find Wales’ current tournament standings, updated after every fixture. You can toggle home and away fixtures, review offensive production, view defensive statistics and even check out how the team’s first and second half performances differ.

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# team pts P W D L + -
1 England England 19 5 4 0 1 146 81
2 Ireland Ireland 14 5 3 0 2 126 77
3 France France 14 5 3 0 2 107 90
4 Scotland Scotland 14 5 3 0 2 122 118
5 Wales Wales 10 5 2 0 3 102 86
6 Italy Italy 0 5 0 0 5 50 201

Bet On Wales Rugby Games

Welsh rugby dates back to the late nineteenth century when the country first took place in a match against England, and also participated in the Home Nation Championship (now referred to as the Six Nations). While always a solid performer throughout history, their best periods were undoubtedly in the first decade of the twentieth century and in the mid 1970′s.

In the era of world rankings, established in 2003, the Welsh side have been as high as second and as low as tenth, and have consistently been around the sixth-placed mark. They provide a stern test for all that oppose them, particularly at home at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff where they have a great record. But in spite of a good world-ranking and solid pedigree, Wales are often listed as outsiders when they come up against the big nations such as New Zealand, Australia, England and South Africa. While their records against the All Blacks and the Springboks are extremely poor it is of note that they have won just under 45% of their matches against England.

Regardless of the opponent, betting on the Welsh rugby team has never been easier, and you can maximise your profits by following our tips and advice below.

Head to Head Betting

Wales enter most top international matches with enticing odds as they are never a clear favourite or obvious outsider. For this reason, they are one of the best teams in the sport to place a simple head-to-head bet on, as long as you do your research of course. If you are going to place a bet, ensure you are aware of the two types of options: 2-way outcome betting and 3-way outcome betting.

The difference between the two markets is minor, but could be massive in a close fixture. 3-way betting provides odds for both sides plus the odds on a draw occurring, while 2-way lines do not include the draw and will result in a wager refund if the match ends tied. There is usually very little to split the two markets as a draw is fairly uncommon, so it’s definitely advisable to take the safer 2-way option.

Handicap Betting

Wales’ ability to win as an outsider is great news if you’re familiar with the handicap market, and if not, here’s a quick rundown. Let’s look at a hypothetical match between Australia and Wales where the Wallabies are favourites at odds of -160 and Wales are at +130. Head-to-head you already have great odds on the Welsh to spring an upset, but historically the Aussies win around 25% of matchups between the two teams.

Handicap betting is a way in which bookmakers level the playing field and offer odds close to even. In this case, the handicap is -5.5 for Australia, which means that at odds of -110 you could select Wales and if they were to win, draw, or lose by less than six points, you would win your wager. 

If you are confident that the bookmakers have got it wrong, you can even shift the goalposts yourself and select your own handicap. Let’s say you think Wales will win the match by more than six points – simply select a handicap of -5.5 for Wales and you should receive odds closer to +200…A great way for you to showcase your knowledge and take the bookies to the cleaners!

Pick the Margin

Speaking of margins, the best betting sites will also allow you to place a wager on the final winning amount, and there are a number of different options available here.

The most common is the 5-way market that is split into 1-12 and 13+ for each team and an option for the draw. Welsh matches are typically closely fought, and if you can’t split the teams there is nothing stopping you from putting two separate bets on either team to win 1-12; hedging your bets like this will still result in profit if you’re successful.

Live Betting

When we’re talking about close matches, live betting becomes a really valuable option. Head-to-head odds and handicap lines are both available for in-game wagers and the market will fluctuate as the game goes on. If the game is forecast to be close and one team gets out to a big lead, there is a great opportunity to get fantastic odds on the other team, even if you are only betting on them to get within a certain amount of points.

Parlay Bets

Most of Wales’ rugby matches will be against the top twelve ranked teams in the sport, however when it comes to the Rugby World Cup, they are almost guaranteed to come up against minnow nations and their odds will plummet into heavy-favourite territory. When this happens, it is the perfect opportunity to parlay your bet by selecting at least one more match to bet on.

For example, Wales may be playing a match against Canada and enter the game as the clear favourite, paying -350, while the All Blacks are paying the same price against Ireland in their match. The potential payout isn’t too large for either game individually, however if you put both games together you would end up with a combined price of approximately -157.

Regardless of how you prefer to bet, you can count on us to provide you with the best odds and lines from a variety of the biggest online sports betting companies. With all of the information on this page, you should have the resources you need to win big on Welsh rugby matches, so put your money down today and get ready to reap the rewards!