All Blacks favoured for title

2012-08-14 10:40
Cape Town - The All Blacks will win the inaugural Rugby Championship starting this weekend, if bookmakers are to be believed...

Leading SA bookies JustBet have New Zealand on offer at 55/100, followed by the Wallabies and Springboks at an attractive-looking 35/10, with Argentina rank outsiders at 69/1.

The Rugby Championship, expanded to include the Pumas from 2012 onwards, kicks off on Saturday when the Wallabies host the All Blacks in Sydney at 12:05 SA time.

Rugby Championship fixtures:

August

18 - Australia v New Zealand, Sydney - 12:05
18 - South Africa v Argentina, Cape Town - 17:00
25 - New Zealand v Australia, Auckland - 09:35
25 - Argentina v South Africa, Mendoza - 21:10

September
8 - New Zealand v Argentina, Wellington - 09:35
8 - Australia v South Africa, Perth - 12:35
15 - New Zealand v South Africa, Dunedin - 09:35
15 - Australia v Argentina, Gold Coast - 12:05
29 - South Africa v Australia, Pretoria - 17:00
30 - Argentina v New Zealand, Rosario - 01:10

October
6 - South Africa v New Zealand, Soweto - 17:00
7 - Argentina v Australia, Rosario - 01:10

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