Rugby World Cup - Trading Talk

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jimrobo
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If the amounts matched are way downI wonder what they are like relative to the daq
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Laying the favourite has worked so well this WC. France, with nothing to play for this morning flunked it and now Scotland who need to win by 8 are putting up a good fight against England.
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Unlucky for Wales that. A good show but luck was not with them.

9-8 at 80mins and France still on offer at 1.31 just seconds before winning. Something for the notepad.
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Statistics (possession etc) showed a clear Welsh advantage and they scored the only try and had the better chances, also had their key player sent off. Wales were very unlucky to lose that one.
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I've seen the team behind (wales in this case) nudge it plenty of times before though peter. They were in drop goal position all the way up until the final whistle
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I realise that, it was just curious to see. It was basically discounting the chance of the drop as 33% or the French resistance as 67%. Didn't expect to see 1.30 at that point.
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Thought i would revive this thread rather than a new one, I've never traded rugby in anyway previoustly so just wondered if someone could give a list of the main markets to be looking at?? for example in football it would be Match odds and O/U2.5

Also do Rugby's main markets all time decay similar to the football markets or is there significant differences?

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I don't really trade Rugby, but I think England could win this evening :)
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yep England 'should' smash em tonight. I was wondering if the odds on England as overall winner might come in a tick (assuming they put on a good show)?
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