As is always the case each Saturday, you are going to be faced with so many sporting events that you can bet on, and you may be sat there right now trying to make sense of where you money will be best placed today.
If that is something you are trying to work out then keep in mind that there are five Rugby Union Autumn Internationals that are being played today and with a fair mix of odds and betting sites such as BetFred offering some of the best betting odds too, one or more of those matches may just be worth betting on.
One match however that is a very one-sided affair is the 14:30 match between Scotland and Fiji, for it is hard to see any other possible result of that match other than a decisive win for Scotland who are currently chalked up as dismal odds of 1/8 to win that match as for the draw odds they are reasonable at 33/1 and you can also get 11/2 on Fiji winning that match, but I seriously doubt they will!
Ireland v Argentina
When it comes to short odds-on favourites that are playing today, then the honour for the team that are look booked to win their match must go to Ireland, for they are available at odds of 1/16 and as such if they do not win their match against Argentina there is something wrong!
As for the odds on the draw and on Argentina winning that match, well as you would expect they are huge given the short odds on Ireland and the draw odds if you fancy taking them are 40/1 and Australia are chalked up at massive odds of 9/1 too, that match by the way kicks off at 18:30 tonight.
Other Matches to Ponder Over
I would certainly consider perming together several matches that are being played today as part of the Autumn Internationals, for with a fair mix of odds if you can manage to pick out several winners you may get a decent sized winning payout.
With that in mind here are the three other matches that will be playing off today, the 15:00 match between England and New Zealand won’t be too difficult to predict the winner of if you look at the odds, for England are 9/2, the draw is 28/1 but it is New Zealand that should win that match at odds of around the 1/6 mark.
If you fancy a punt on the 17:20 match between Wales and Australia, be aware it is a match that could go either way but probably won’t end in a draw! The odds on Wales to win are 5/6, the draw odds are 18/1 and Australia are in with a chance of winning at their win odds at BetFred which for reference are 11/10.
The very last match of the day is another one you are going to have to study in advance and that match is the 20:05 one between France and South Africa, France are 6/4 and the draw odds are 20/1 but my money is going on a South Africa win at odds of 8/13!