Updated Odds to Win 2024 Six Nations before Round 3

Updated Odds to Win 2024 Six Nations before Round 3

Business is picking up in the Six Nations, and another thrilling week of action is set. Ireland continue to set the pace at the top of the standings, and they will be the first team in action this weekend, as they look to increase their advantage.

The battle for most likely contenders to the Irish is the standout fixture, with England traveling to Murrayfield in the late match on Saturday. But, which sides will land victories in the third round of matches in the 2024 Six Nations?

Here’s a look at the Six Nations betting lines after Round 3 matches which as Ireland and England battling the top.


Updated Odds to Win 2024 Six Nations after Round 2 | College Basketball Betting Analysis for the NCAA Tournament

2024 Guinness Six Nations | 130th edition of the RBS 6 Nations
Friday, February 2nd – Saturday, March 16th, 2024
England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales


Ireland vs Wales

Saturday, February 24th, 2024
Aviva Stadium, Dublin

It has been very straightforward for the Irish to this point, as the nation looks on course to achieve a second straight Grand Slam title. Ireland come into this clash at the Aviva Stadium having won each of their two opening matches, leading the Six Nations in terms of points scored.

At present, they sit two points clear of England, and they could be set to increase that advantage with another bonus point success against Wales. It will likely be about damage limitation for the Welsh, who have suffered two straight defeats already, but they did look more collective in their most recent loss against England, albeit most of their success was due to the Red Roses playing with fewer players throughout the first half.

Ireland vs Wales
Six Nations Pick: Ireland -22 | Odds for Six Nations MyBookie Betting Lines for the Game


Scotland vs England

Saturday, February 24th, 2024
Scottish Gas Murrayfield, Edinburgh

The huge fixture in the Six Nations this weekend will be staged at Murrayfield, as England and Scotland renew one of the oldest rivalries in the sport. The Red Roses currently sit second in the Six Nations standings after winning each of their opening two matches, but they have been far too workman-like to suggest that they will threaten the free-flowing Irish for the top title.

Scotland have been more impressive in terms of performances, and they were narrowly denied a very famous win on matchday two against France. Scotland could be the standout bet this weekend after winning each of their last three against England, while the Scots have suffered just one defeat in six previous meetings.

Scotland vs England
Six Nations Pick: Scotland -188 | Odds for Six Nations MyBookie Betting Lines for the Game


France vs Italy

Sunday, February 25th, 2024
Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille

The action in the Six Nations on Sunday will see France welcome Italy. It hasn’t been the best start to the competition for the French, despite starting the tournament as the favorites. France were blown away in their opening match against Ireland, before they were hugely fortunate to land victory in their following match against Scotland.

Italy are without a win in two matches this year, and they have already allowed a Six Nations-high of 63 points. They threatened a shock against England on matchday one, but they were firmly put in their place in the second round by Ireland. Another high-scoring defeat for the Italians this weekend appears likely at Stade Pierre-Mauroy.

France vs Italy
Six Nations Pick: France -26 | Odds for Six Nations MyBookie Betting Lines for the Game


Which Team Will Win The Six Nations?

This will be a key weekend in terms of Ireland’s most likely danger for the Six Nations, as an England win would see them shorten considerably from their current price of +830.

However, we don’t believe that they boast the necessary experience to truly trouble Ireland, meaning that the current champions remain the standout selection at -901 to win the tournament, while -169 to complete to Grand Slam is very eye-catching.

2024 Guinness Men’s Six Nations
Six Nations Pick: Ireland -901 | Odds for Six Nations MyBookie Betting Lines for the Game


2024 Six Nations Round 3 Schedule

Date Time Home   Away
Saturday, February 24 9:15 a.m. Ireland vs. Wales
Saturday, February 24 11:45 p.m. Scotland vs. England
Sunday, February 25 11:00 p.m. France vs. Italy

Bet Six Nations Schedule


MyBookie offers the latest odds to win Six Nations Championship.


Updated 2024 Six Nations Odds to Win

Rugby Teams Odds
France +120
Ireland +139
England +580
Scotland +1400
Wales +2300
Italy +46000

Six Nations Odds to Win


I have read enough, I need to place my bet now. What to do?

Six Nations Championship Lines to Win
MyBookie Odds for the Championship

Previous Betting News | MyBookie News Archive

2021 Guinness Six Nations Round 1 Expert Analysis

Previous Betting News

With the 2021 Guinness Six Nations Rugby Championship season set to get underway on February 6, now is a great time to look at the upcoming campaign and the six teams that will brawl for it all in the 22nd Six Nations Championship season and 127th overall season. Let’s take a closer look at the upcoming matches for Round 1 so you can place your bets against their Rugby odds.


Rugby Betting | Six Nations Round 1 Betting Analysis

England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales make up the half-dozen teams in the Six Nations Championship. England enters the new season as reigning champions after getting past Italy in last season’s finals. Italy and France will kick off the 2021 Six Nations Championship when they meet on Saturday, Feb. 6th February.

Italy Vs France – Round One

  • When: Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 2:15pm (UK time)
  • Where: Stadio Olimpico, Rome
  • Watch: ITV
  • Rugby Odds: France -7.5
  • Money Lines: France -588 / Italy +329

French captain Charles Ollivon commented on his team’s upcoming campaign by saying, “We need to reach for excellence, particularly in a tournament such as the Six Nations. Italy enters the new season looking to find more consistency that they had a year ago.

“There’s a big expectation around winning the first game but we don’t want to win just one,” said Italy head coach Franco Smith.

The Calcutta Cup rivalry between England and Scotland then follows at Twickenham. The annual showcase pairing first took place in 1871 in Edinburgh.


England Vs Scotland – Round One

  • When: Saturday, February 6, 2021 at4:45pm
  • Where: Twickenham
  • Watch: ITV
  • Rugby Odds: England -7.5
  • Money Lines: England -526 / Scotland +301

“It’s the biggest game every year for us, for our players and especially for our people and our nation. It’s a game we’ve played most regularly, 150 years this year from the first time we played them,” said Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend.

“We also play for a trophy so it is the biggest game wherever it comes in the calendar, coming first means that the focus going into the next week will be really sharp.

“We’re playing one of the best teams in the world, a team that won last year’s Six Nations so why not have it as the first game? You want to take on each of these challenges we get.”

Capping off the opening weekend’s fixtures, Wales will battle Ireland at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Sunday afternoon.


Wales Vs Ireland – Round One

  • When: Sunday, February 7, 2021 at 3pm
  • Where: Principality Stadium
  • Watch: BBC and S4C
  • Rugby Odds: Ireland -1/2
  • Money Lines: Ireland -149 / Wales +104

Ireland captain Jonathan Sexton, who could win his 100th Ireland cap in this year’s Championship, is currently nursing a hamstring injury, but says he’ll be ready to go in the opener.

“It’s nothing major; hopefully I’ll be back training by the end of the week and be fit for the Wales game,” Sexton Said recently.

Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones is hoping to add to his record number of international caps in the coming weeks, 14 years after he played his first game in the famous red jersey.

“We come into this campaign with a strong squad and another layer of players who can be called upon to strengthen if required,” said Jones. “Any captain will say they want the Championship but performances come first and we have to build on those to get the results.”

England and France both went a identical 4-0-1 last season while Ireland and Scotland went 3-0-2. Wales finished with a 1-04 mark while Italy went a winless 0-0-5 a year ago. Here is a look at the first three rounds of action for the 2021 season.



Rugby Betting Center

Updated Rugby Betting Odds! | Betting Lines


Rugby Betting Center

Updated Rugby Betting Odds! | Betting Lines