Joe Schmidt’s side have been trimmed in the betting for the 6 Nations by Irish bookmaker Paddy Power.
England dominate the betting for next year’s RBS 6 Nations Championship as they bid for third consecutive title.
Australia are 1/4 favourites for the tournament they are co-hosting with New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
Bookmakers expect Castleford to beat Leeds in Saturday’s Super League showpiece at Old Trafford.
Castleford meet St Helens in the first Super League semi-final this Thursday night at the Jungle.
Castleford are now the clear Super League favourites as we head towards the Grand Final semi-finals.
Sarries are the 5/4 favourites to win the Premiership title ahead of the season kicking off this Friday night.
Wigan Warriors will take on last year’s winners Hull in Saturday’s final at Wembley.
Castleford have been eased in the Grand Final betting – despite extending their lead at the top of Super League.
New Zealand look worth backing on the handicap against the British & Irish Lions on Saturday.
We think the British and Irish Lions are worth backing with a 14 point start against the All-Blacks in the second Test.
The odds suggest that the All Blacks will win the series against the Lions – which starts this Saturday.
The British & Irish Lions are huge underdogs with the bookmakers for their summer tour of New Zealand.
There could be a Devon Double in London this weekend, with Exeter’s rugby and football sides both in finals.
We fancy Sarries to cover a 3 point handicap in Saturday’s Aviva Premiership semi-final against Exeter.
Saracens face French side Clermont Auvergne in Saturday’s Final at Murrayfield.
Saracens remain the favourites to win the Premiership Grand Final, despite finishing the regular season in third.
Irish teams Munster and Leinster take domestic form into this weekend’s European Champions Cup semi’s.
Warrington Wolves’ suffered their sixth straight defeat of the Super League XXII season on Friday night.
Eddie Jones’ side are odds on to win a second successive Grand Slam after thrashing Scotland at Twickenham.