The new year is packed with Rugby action, and we can’t wait for the top leagues and tournaments to return to our screens. As we wait for the top championships for 2023 to commence, we can enjoy different Rugby tournaments worldwide. We have games coming up this week from different countries.
The European Rugby Champions Cup and Challenge Cup will continue to give us top-notch moments and talking points this week. Also, we will get games from the RFU Champions and the World Rugby Sevens World Series. Join us as we explore Rugby’s top games available this week so you can get ready to bet against the Rugby Odds.
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European Rugby Champions Cup Pool A and B
The European Rugby Champions Cup will return on the 20th after an action-packed week that ended with Racing 92 beating Harlequin FC. Then, Lyon Olympique Universitaire vs. Blue Bulls and Leicester Tigers and Ospreys will kick off the week. After that, Saturday will offer us some of the best actions for the week.
There are enough games to explore this weekend. Harlequin FC, Sharks, Northampton Saints, and Stade Rochelias will start the games on Saturday. After that, we will get Union Bordeaux Begles vs. Gloucester Rugby, Exeter Chiefs vs. Castres Olympique, Stormers vs. ASM Clermont Auvergne, and Ulster Rugby vs. Sharks.
European Rugby Challenge Cup Pool A and B
Like the Champions Cup, the Challenge Cup is also packed with action this week. We are getting set for an incredible ride. The challenge will kick off on Friday with RC Toulon vs. Zebre Rugby, Glasgow Warriors vs. Bath Rugby, and Bristol Bears vs. US Arlequins Perpignanais. But, then, Saturday has a massive roaster for us.
Some actions we are looking forward to enjoying on Saturday include Aviron Bayonnais vs. Scarlets, Benetton Treviso vs. Stade Francais Paris, and CA Brive vs. Cardiff Rugby. On Sunday, the week will end with the Dragons taking on the Lions and Cheetahs hosting Section Paloise.
We’ve witnessed incredible action from the RFU Championship this year. On Friday, the competition will continue with Nottingham vs. Caldy RFC. Saturday will continue with more games.
Ampthill RUFC will take on Coventry Rugby, Hartpury College will host Ealing Trailfinders, Jersey will welcome London Scottish at home, and Richmond will take on Doncaster Knights. Round 14 is gearing up to be an action-packed week, and we can’t wait to see the teams in action.
World Rugby Sevens World Series
After the incredible action in November, the World Rugby Sevens World Series went on a break, and we’re back for another wholesome week of action. On Friday, we are getting tough matches from South Africa 7s, Canada 7s, Argentina 7s, Spain 7s, Fiji 7s, France 7s, Uruguay 7s, and others.
The matches will continue into Saturday, and these teams will give us more action. We expect the games to keep us on the edge of our seats, and the week will end with New Zealand 7s taking on Great Britain 7s.