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Six Nations Betting at Betiton™ UK

Last Updated: 08-04-2022 13:22

When it comes to international rugby tournaments, the Six Nations is definitely one of the most popular without a doubt. In fact, the Rugby World Cup aside, we think that it is not too much of an exaggeration to say that the Six Nations is the most anticipated tournament in rugby union. The Six Nations starts at the beginning of February and finishes on Saint Patrick’s Day Saturday in March and sees England, Scotland, Wales, France, Ireland, and Italy battle it out for the trophy. Keep on reading to find out all you need to know about Six Nations betting 2022.

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What Are Six Nations Betting Markets? 

Rugby Six Nations betting has become really popular over the last couple of years, and we believe that one of the main reasons for this increase in rugby betting is the fact that there are now so many different markets that rugby bettors can put their money on.

Sports that have plenty of betting markets will always be popular with punters as the variety ensures that boredom does not creep in at any stage. Yes, betting on a team to win is fun, but if your only option was betting on a team to be victorious, then things would become boring pretty quickly. 

The 4 Most Popular Six Nations Betting Markets at Betiton™ Sportsbook 

At Betiton™, you will be able to bet on a wide variety of Six Nations betting markets, but there are four that have become the most popular and these are what we are going to look at now in a bit more detail. If you are new to 6 Nations rugby betting, then we recommend that you start of by placing some bets on the following markets.  

Outright Winner

With an outright winner bet, what you are doing is putting money on the team that you believe will go on to win the whole competition. You should think about placing your bet on this market as early as possible because the Six Nations betting odds will only get lower with each passing round of matches. It is important to note here that you do not need the team that you chose to lift the trophy to win the Grand Slam in order to win this type of bet—they just have to lift the main trophy.  

Double Result

When it comes to a double result bet, you are simply betting on what you think the result will be at half-time and what you think the result will be at the end of the match. For example, let us say that Ireland are playing Wales at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, and you want to make a double result bet. In this case, you can put money on the following outcomes: 

  • Ireland/Ireland 
  • Draw/Ireland 
  • Ireland/Draw 
  • Ireland/Wales 
  • Wales/Ireland 
  • Draw/Draw 
  • Wales/Wales 
  • Draw/Wales 
  • Wales/Draw 

Highest Scoring Half

This type of bet is as simple as it sounds: you just have to pick a match that you want to place a wager on and then decide whether more points will be scored in the first half of the game or in the second half of the game. This is one of those bets where you have a 50/50 chance of getting it right, so the 6 Nations betting odds that are on offer will not be that high, but it will still be an entertaining wager.  

Point Spread

With a point spread, what you are practically doing is giving one of the teams an advantage and one of the teams a disadvantage. Point spread betting is also known as handicap betting, and it comes in handy when the match result odds are not worth your while due to the fact that one of the teams is considered to be a huge favourite to win the game. This will usually be the case when one of England, Wales, Scotland, France, or Ireland are taking on Italy. By placing a handicap, you can increase the Six Nations odds of the favourites.  

For example, you can give the favourite a -30-point handicap, meaning that they have to overcome a 30-point deficit in order for you to land your wager. If they originally had odds of 1.10 to be victorious, the -30-point handicap could see the odds jump to something such as 1.80. If they go on to win the match 35-5, you will lose your wager as according to the handicap bet that you made, the final score is a 35-35 draw.  

Other Markets You Can Wager on 

Above we looked at the four most popular markets that sports bettors bet on at Betiton™ UK, but there are plenty of other fun markets and we shall look at some of these right now.  

Triple Crown Winner

England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland all compete for the Triple Crown, and this is given to the team that manages to beat the other three home nations. With a Triple Crown winner market, what you are doing is betting on the team that you will think will lift this trophy. Obviously, there might not be a winner, and you can bet on this outcome too.  

Leading Try Scorer

In a game of football, you can put money on who you believe will be the top scorer in a big competition, and in rugby union you can put money on the player that you think will score the most tries. Simply pick a player that you think will be the top try scorer, and if they go on to be so, you win the wager.  

Match Winner

As well as the tournament winner market, you can also obviously place bets on a team that you believe will come out on top in a particular match. You just choose one of the participating teams, and if they go on to be victorious, you will win your wager. There will be the option of betting on a draw, but draws are pretty rare in this sport.  

Winning Margin

This happens to be one of the hardest bets to get right in a rugby game. To land such a wager you need to guess correctly the number of points that will separate the winning side from the losing side. The margins often start from 1-5 points and sometimes will go to 46-50 points – this will depend on who is playing who.  

How Do You Place Wagers on the 2022 Six Nations at Betiton™ Bookmakers UK? 

When you want to do a spot of 6 Nations betting, or some betting on any other sport that you like, you want the process of placing your wagers to be a simple one. Thankfully, you will be happy to hear that placing wagers on the 2022 Six Nations at Betiton™ is very easy. Obviously, before you can place wagers at Betiton™, you will need to have an account, so we have outlined the signing up process below for you:  

  • Go to the Betiton™ homepage and click the “Join” button that can be found to the left of your screen;
  • You will be requested to choose a username and password and provide your email address;
  • Once you have done this, you will have to hand over personal details such as your name, date of birth, gender, and house address;
  • Once you have handed over the necessary information, you will have your own Betiton™ account.

Now, before you can place bets, you will need to fund your account, which is another easy procedure. You just have to follow these steps: 

  • Log into your account using your previously chosen credentials and head over to the banking options page;
  • Choose your preferred banking method from the payment options that are available, and follow the simple instructions;
  • Input how much you would like to deposit and click submit—the money that you deposit should be in your balance right away.

Okay, so once you have your account and have funded it, you can start thinking about placing bets. Read the steps below to learn how you can do this: 

  • Sign in and head over to the Rugby Union section and click on the Six Nations;
  • Find a match you want to bet on and click on it—all the available markets will appear;
  • Click on a market that entices you and it will be automatically added to your bet slip;
  • Decide how much you want to stake on it, input the value in the correct box, and then click “Place Bets“.

What Do You Need to Know Before Placing Your First Bet on the 2022 6 Nations?

With both your first deposit and wager at Betiton™ in the UK, you’ll be eligible of receiving our sports welcome bonus! This is an exclusive bonus received for our newest players. If you wish to claim our welcome bonus, you’ll receive an extra bet of €10!

However, if you intend on claiming this bonus, bear in mind that our welcome offer (as well as the rest of our promotions) is subject to a number of terms and conditions. These T&Cs include the min deposit you must make; the min odds you need to bet; the time it takes for the offer to expire, etc.

It is extremely important that you understand these T&Cs before you claim our welcome bonus, as well as any other bonus on our platform. Thus, we highly recommend that you read our T&Cs as well as our bonus policy before claiming any of our offers. This makes sure that you understand everything before committing to the bonuses.

How Does the Six Nations Work? 

The championship begins on the first weekend in February and the final round of matches is known as “Super Saturday” as this is often the day that we find out who will be crowned champions and can claim to be the best in Europe. The format of this championship is as easy as it gets—England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France, and Italy all play each other one time, which means that the tournament is made up of 15 games in total. Home advantage changes each season, which means that if France plays England one year at the Stade de France, the next year they will play against each other at Twickenham.  

Before the 2017 championship, two points were awarded for a win, one point for a draw, and no points for a defeat. However, in the 2017 version, a new bonus point system was introduced. This new system is now the one that is used in most rugby union tournaments.  

The team that wins gets a min of four points, but if they manage to score a min of four tries in the game, they are given an extra bonus point. If a team loses by fewer than seven points, then they walk away with a losing bonus point. A team that won the Grand Slam are given three additional points to ensure that they do not end up finishing second because another team lost one game, but picked up bonus points in their other four. It would be a bit strange to have the best team in the competition finishing in second place.  

Up until 1994, if two teams finished on the same number of points, both would be declared as the winners. However, nowadays, if two teams are tied, then the side that has the best points difference will be declared the winner. If points difference is the same, then whoever scored the most tries will win the title. If tried are tied, then it is a shared championship

The 6 Different Tournament Trophies Awarded at the Six Nations 

All in all, there are six different team trophies that are awarded across the competition, and these are what we are going to take a look at now.

  • Calcutta Cup: This is contested between Scotland and England. It first was awarded back in 1879, and since then the English have won it a total of 71 times and the Scots have won it a total of 41 times.  
  • Millennium Trophy: The winner of the match between England and Ireland win this trophy. It has been awarded since 1988, with the latter winning it 14 times and the former winning it 20 times.  
  • Centenary Quaich: The winners of Scotland and Ireland earn this trophy. Introduced in 1989, the Scots have won it 14 times while the Irish have won it 18 times.  
  • Auld Alliance Trophy: The winners between Scotland and France get this cup. It first came into being in 2018, and the Scottish have won it on three occasions to France’s one
  • Giuseppe Garibaldi Trophy: France and Italy contest for this cup, and the French have won it on 13 occasions, while the Italians have won it twice.   
  • Doddie Weir Cup: This is another trophy that came into being in 2018, and the winner of Wales and Scotland get to hold it aloft. The Scots have picked it up only once, while the Welsh have claimed it three times

Where is the 2022 Six Nations Going to be Held? 

This is not one of those tournaments that takes place in one location. No, it is played at the following stadiums: 

  • Twickenham, London, England 
  • Stade de France, Paris, France 
  • Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland 
  • Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy 
  • Principality Stadium, Cardiff, Wales 
  • Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland 

Six Nations Winner Odds: Who Will Win the Tournament? 

One of the most popular wagers that bettors like to make on this competition is the team that they think will go on to win, so this is why we are now going to look at the 6 Nations odds that Betiton™ offers for each team winning.  

TeamOdds of Winning
France 2.40 
England 3.65 
Ireland 4.50 
Wales 7.95 
Scotland 12.50 
Italy 925.00 

Find Out More About Six Nations Odds 

If there is one thing that you need to know about rugby Six Nations odds for this competition it is that they will change constantly. Due to the nature of this tournament, a side might go into their game on a Saturday as favourites to win the competition, but put in a poor performance, lose, and finish the round with much higher odds than at the start of the round. One poor performance can have a big impact on the Six Nations odds being offered.  

Anyone can beat anyone on their day, and this is something that helps to make this tournament so entertaining for rugby fans across the globe. So, if you are thinking about betting on a winner, you need to try and time your bet perfectly—the later you leave it, the lower the 6 Nations winner odds will go, but if you place your wager too early without getting a feel for the type of form that a team is in, then it could end up coming to back to bite you.  

How Can You Make Sense of the 6 Nations Odds Formats at Betiton™ UK? 

The 6 Nations odds at Betiton™ are automatically set at decimal, but you have the option of changing them to fractional or American, depending on what you prefer. For those who are new to the sports betting world, we shall briefly explain the differences.  

  • Decimal: These represent your return for every £1 that you invest. For example, if you have Six Nations odds of 2.20 you will get back £2.20 for each pound that you invest (including the stake).  
  • Fractional: These represent the profit that you will make. For example, 5/1 means that you will get a £5 profit for every pound that you stake. 
  • American: These come with plus and minus signs with the minus sign representing the favourites and the plus sign representing the underdogs. The minus sign indicates how much you have to spend in order to make £100, while the plus sign shows how much you can make if you place £100 on the underdog. 

What Are 2022 Six Nations Betting Tips? 

You are completely free to dive right in and place wagers on this competition whenever you feel like it, but if you rush in then there is a chance that you will keep on losing. This is where betting tips can help you out; but what are betting tips exactly?

Betting tips are suggestions on who you should bet on in a tournament. These are given out by dedicated sports experts which are known as “tipsters”. Tipsters will spend hours upon hours analysing games, checking teams‘ and players‘ forms, and other such statistics that’ll help them make educated predictions.

Once tipsters finish their predictions, they will post them on their sites for bettors to use. Depending on the tipster, you can find these tips either for free or for a price. Whilst it’s impossible to guarantee success, using tips might help you when placing sports wagers. However, which tipster to consult is entirely in your hands, so make sure you choose carefully!

Where Can I Find Six Nations Betting Tips? 

There are plenty of other sites out there that will offer a variety of other useful tips to help you with your predictions. These are pretty simple to find—all you have to do is type into a search engine, such as Google, something such as Six Nations betting tips, and many different sites will pop up. Take some time to go through these sites until you find some that you think will be very useful to you. 

Other Rugby Tournaments to Bet on:

The 6 Nations is a really great tournament to place bets on, but it is over in a matter of two months or so, which means that there are ten months of the year with no 6 Nations odds to make use of. However, thankfully, there are plenty of other Rugby Union competitions that you can bet on instead and we have listed some of the best ones below for you: 

  • Heineken Champions Cup 
  • European Rugby Challenge Cup 
  • Gallagher Premiership Rugby 
  • The Rugby Championship 
  • The Rugby World Cup 

Additional Information

Rugby Union Six Nations Betting FAQs 

What are the odds for England to win the Six Nations?

England, due to their strength in depth, are often one of the favourites to go on to win the title, and things are no different this time around. They currently have odds of 3.65 to win the 2022 edition of the Six Nations.

Can you bet on the 6 Nations?

Yes, you definitely can place bets on the 6 Nations. In fact, there are a wide variety of great markets that you can put your money on.

Who won the previous Six Nations?

The 2021 Six Nations was won by Wales. They had a chance to win the Grand Slam on Super Saturday, but they lost a thrilling match against the French 32-30. They were winning with just moments left to spare, and then the French scored a late try to break Welsh hearts. However, they did win the title, which would have eased the pain a bit.

Which teams have won the Six Nations the most times?

England have won this tournament the most, having picked up the title on 29 occasions. Next up are Wales with 28 and France with 17.

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