Rugby World Cup Quarter-Final Teams

Rugby World Cup Quarter-Final Teams Announced

As the quarter-final teams get ready for this weekend’s matches, the world is waiting to see who will make the cut. Since there are two matches, each scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, bettors are still waiting on Sunday’s line-ups. Luckily, Australia has already announced their side and we can bank on them having a few tricks up their sleeves.

However, bettors will have a hard time picking for at least two of the fixtures. While Wales and France are wild cards, Japan is having a really surprising win streak. So, how can anyone pick when there are so many unknowns? The good news is that you don’t need to pick an outright winner. In fact, you can bet on many other aspects that are far less risky.

Rugby World Cup Quarter-Final Teams

1. England v Australia

England v Australia is the first match on the roster, and many bettors are going all-in. It’s us, we’re many bettors. We want the Wallabies to win and we’re taking both bets (don’t do this). Odds are: England at 1.31, a Draw at 22.00, and Australia at 3.85.

England Team

Forwards

  1. Mako Vunipola
  2. Jamie George
  3. Kyle Sinckler
  4. Maro Itoje
  5. Courtney Lawes
  6. Tom Curry
  7. Sam Underhill
  8. Billy Vunipola

Backs

  1. Ben Youngs
  2. Owen Farrell
  3. Jonny May
  4. Manu Tuilagi
  5. Henry Slade
  6. Anthony Watson
  7. Elliot Daly

Reserves

  1. Luke Cowan-Dickie
  2. Joe Marler
  3. Dan Cole
  4. George Kruis
  5. Lewis Ludlam
  6. Willi Heinz
  7. George Ford
  8. Jonathan Joseph

Wallabies

Forwards

  1. Scott Sio
  2. Tolu Latu
  3. Allan Alaalatoa
  4. Izack Rodda
  5. Rory Arnold
  6. David Pocock
  7. Michael Hooper
  8. Isi Naisarani

Backs

  1. Will Genia
  2. Christian Lealiifano
  3. Marika Koroibete
  4. Samu Kerevi
  5. Jordan Petaia
  6. Reece Hodge
  7. Kurtley Beale

Reserves

  1. Jordan Uelese
  2. James Slipper
  3. Taniela Tupou
  4. Adam Coleman
  5. Lukhan Salakaia-Loto
  6. Nic White
  7. Matt To’omua
  8. James O’Connor

2. Quarter-Final teams for New Zealand v Ireland

New Zealand v Ireland is expected to end one way: with New Zealand as the winner. Ireland could put up a good fight, but the All Blacks are too prominent on the attack. Odds are: New Zealand at 1.18, a Draw at 27.00, and Ireland at 5.40.

New Zealand Team

Forwards

  1. Joe Moody
  2. Codie Taylor
  3. Nepo Laulala
  4. Brodie Retallick
  5. Samuel Whitelock
  6. Ardie Savea
  7. Sam Cane
  8. Kieran Read

Backs

  1. Aaron Smith
  2. Richie Mo’unga
  3. George Bridge
  4. Anton Lienert-Brown
  5. Jack Goodhue
  6. Sevu Reece
  7. Beauden Barrett

Reserves

16.Dane Coles

  1. Ofa Tuungafasi
  2. Angus Ta’avao
  3. Scott Barrett
  4. Matt Todd
  5. T J Perenara
  6. Sonny Bill Williams
  7. Jordie Barrett

 

Ireland team

Forwards

  1. Cian Healy
  2. Rory Best
  3. Tadhg Furlong
  4. Iain Henderson
  5. James Ryan
  6. Peter O’Mahony
  7. Josh van der Flier
  8. CJ Stander

Backs

  1. Conor Murray
  2. Johnny Sexton
  3. Jacob Stockdale
  4. Robbie Henshaw
  5. Garry Ringrose
  6. Keith Earls
  7. Rob Kearney

Reserves

  1. Niall Scannell
  2. Dave Kilcoyne
  3. Andrew Porter
  4. Tadhg Beirne
  5. Rhys Ruddock
  6. Luke McGrath
  7. Joey Carbery
  8. Jordan Larmour

3. Wales v France

Wales is expected to take this one because France just aren’t living up to their old standards. So, odds are: Wales at 1.38, a Draw at 22.00, and France at 3.35.

Wales Team

Forwards

  1. Wyn Jones
  2. Ken Owens
  3. Tomas Francis
  4. Jake Ball
  5. Alun Wyn Jones
  6. Aaron Wainwright
  7. Justin Tipuric
  8. Josh Navidi

Backs

  1. Gareth Davies
  2. Dan Biggar
  3. Josh Adams
  4. Hadleigh Parkes
  5. Jonathan Davies
  6. George North
  7. Liam Williams

Reserves

  1. Elliot Dee
  2. Rhys Carre
  3. Dillon Lewis
  4. Adam Beard
  5. Ross Moriarty
  6. Tomos Williams
  7. Rhys Patchell
  8. Owen Watkin

 

France – TBD

4. Japan v South Africa Quarter-Final Teams

Here’s where things get tricky because Japan is a real wild card this year. However, South Africa is using a seasoned team and they’ll probably fight for the win. So, the odds are: Japan at 6.20, a Draw for 30.00, and South Africa at 1.14.

Japan team

Forwards

  1. Keita Inagaki
  2. Shota Horie
  3. Jiwon Koo
  4. Luke Thompson
  5. James Moore
  6. Michael Leitch
  7. Pieter Labuschagne
  8. Kazuki Himeno

Backs

  1. Yutaka Nagare
  2. Yu Tamura
  3. Kenki Fukuoka
  4. Ryoto Nakamura
  5. Timothy Lafaele
  6. Kotaro Matsushima
  7. Ryohei Yamanaka

Reserves

  1. Atsushi Sakate
  2. Isileli Nakajima
  3. Asaeli Ai Valu
  4. Wimpie van der Walt
  5. Amanaki Lelei Mafi
  6. Fumiaki Tanaka
  7. Rikiya Matsuda
  8. Lomano Lava Lemeki

Springbok team

Forwards

  1. Tendai Mtawarira
  2. Bongi Mbonambi
  3. Frans Malherbe
  4. Eben Etzebeth
  5. Lood de Jager
  6. Siya Kolisi
  7. Pieter-Steph du Toit
  8. Duane Vermeulen

Backs

  1. Faf de Klerk
  2. Handré Pollard
  3. Makazole Mapimpi
  4. Damian de Allende
  5. Lukhanyo Am
  6. Cheslin Kolbe
  7. Willie le Roux

Reserves

  1. Malcolm Marx
  2. Steven Kitshoff
  3. Vincent Koch
  4. RG Snyman
  5. Franco Mostert
  6. Francois Louw
  7. Herschel Jantjies
  8. Frans Steyn

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