South Africa complete their end of the year fixtures with this clash against Wales at the Millenium Stadium, one which has been described by coach Rassie Erasmus as the “toughest” of their tour. The Boks lost by a point to England at Twickenham, beat France in Paris thanks to a stoppage time try and saw off a strong Scotland side at Murrayfield last weekend. A win in Cardiff will mark this as a very satisfactory tour for Erasmus, and could see the Boks go to third in the World rankings. Continue reading “Wales v South Africa Betting Odds November 24 2018”
Two games from the weekend’s EOTY internationals that stand out are Scotland vs South Africa and Ireland vs New Zealand.
Scotland have won nine of their last ten tests at Murrayfield and will be looking to claim the scalp of the Springboks, who controversially lost by a point to a second string England side at Twickenham, and then beat France with an injury time try.
With Faf de Klerk having returned to Sale, coach Rassie Erasmus has named Embrose Papier at scrum half. Papier has had very limited game time with the Boks, but has the benefit of being paired with his Bulls flyhalf Handre Pollard.
With Warren Whiteley injured, Duane Vermeulen packs down at 8, with Pieter-Steph du Toit at blindside.
Pre match odds: Scotland to win at 6/4, South Africa to win at 8/11 Continue reading “Scotland vs South Africa 2018 Odds and Ireland v All Blacks Odds”