Six Nations Betting Specials: Bookies now make it EVENS that NO TEAM wins the Grand Slam at this year's Six Nations with further specials offered!

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Various betting specials are now offered for the Six Nations with bookies making it evens that no team wins the Grand Slam at this year's tournament

Six Nations Betting Specials: Bookies now make it EVENS that NO TEAM wins the Grand Slam at this year's Six Nations with further specials offered!
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  • Bookies go evens that no team wins the Grand Slam at this year's Six Nations
  • Further specials say that Ireland are the favourites to win the Triple Crown
  • France are the bookies favourites to win the Six Nations this year

Bookies go evens that no team wins the Grand Slam at this year's Six Nations

The 2024 Six Nations tournament gets underway on Friday and UK Betting Sites are now offering specials on different outcomes during the event this year.

Odds are offered for the Grand Slam at this year's event with the Grand Slam an informal honour that is recognises the Championship winners that have won all their games.

Ireland were the last team to win the Grand Slam last year after a dominant performance at the Six Nations saw them storm the tournament.

Since the Five Nations became the Six Nations back in 2000, there have been 13 instances of the Grand Slam being completed and 42 instances across the 97 seasons of the Five and Six Nations to date.

Paddy Power say that the Grand Slam will NOT be completed this year with odds of evens that no team does so and France are 9/4 favourites amongst the participating teams for the Grand Slam.

Grand Slam WinnerOddsProbability
No Winner1/150.0%
France9/430.8%
Ireland10/323.1%
England16/15.9%
Scotland30/13.2%
Wales55/11.8%
Italy475/10.2%
What the expert says...

Bookmakers now make it evens that no team wins the Grand Slam this year with the latest odds suggesting that there will be no utter dominance at the 2024 Six Nations.

Luke Bradshaw Lee - Rugby Union Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Further specials say that Ireland are the favourites to win the Triple Crown

The Triple Crown is an honour that is contested at the Six Nations amongst the "Home Nations" of Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales which is given if any of those teams defeats all three others.

There was traditionally no trophy associated with the Triple Crown but since 2006 it is now a formal honour with a Triple Crown shield awarded to the victors.

England are the leaders in the Triple Crown overall leaderboard with 26 wins, followed by Wales with 22, Ireland with 13 and Scotland with 10.

Ireland are the 11/10 favourites to win the Triple Crown this year with big odds that they do so.

Triple Crown WinnerOddsProbability
Ireland11/1047.6%
No Winner17/1037.0%
England7/222.2%
Scotland14/16.7%
Wales35/12.8%

France are the bookies favourites to win the Six Nations this year

France are the favourites to win the 2024 Six Nations with bookmakers also offering overall odds on who will win the event this year.

The betting odds say there's an 11/10 chance of France winning the event this year with Ireland following at 17/10 in the market.

Those odds suggest that it's going to be a two horse race for the Six Nations with England following behind in third place at 13/2.

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The 2024 Six Nations starts on Friday 2nd February and OLBG are running our FREE to enter Six Nations Tipping Competition with a £200 total cash prize fund. 

The top prize is £50, £25 for 2nd and 3rd and a further 10 cash prizes of £10 to be won.

See the tipster tables for the Six Nations by LSP.

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Luke Bradshaw Lee

Rugby Union Betting Expert

Luke is an experienced journalist and editor covering multiple aspects within the online sports and casino industry, NFL and Rugby Specialist

- Luke Bradshaw Lee, Commercial content manager

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