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Four Nations Final - Australia odds-on to beat England in Four Nations Final

Greg Inglis (C) of Australia is congratulated by his team-mates after going over for a try during the Four Nations match between Wales and Australia at The Racecourse Ground on November 13, 2011 in Wrexham, United Kingdom. (credit: Chris Brunskill/Getty Images)

Australia are odds-on favourites to win the 2011 Four Nations Final when they face England at Elland Road on Saturday.

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Australia and England will meet in the Final of the Four Nations this Saturday at Elland Road with Tim Sheens’ Kangaroos tipped as the favourites to record their second win over England in two weeks.

These two met at Wembley on November 5 2011 with Australia running out 36-20 winners thanks to tries from Luke Lewis, Tony Williams, Greg Inglis, Paul Gallen, Darius Boyd and Chris Lawrence.

Australia can be backed at 1/5 odds-on favourites with Bet365 to win the trophy they last picked up in 2009, while England are 10/3 to lift the trophy for the first time in their history.

England, who made it through to the Final thanks to a 28-6 win over New Zealand last Saturday, will fancy their chances against Australia after running them close at Wembley.

Australia are unbeaten in the tournament with victories over New Zealand, England and Wales, while Steve McNamara’s men have only tasted one defeat and that was against the Kangaroos at Wembley.


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