The Rugby League World Cup takes place in 2021 and online bookmaker Sky Bet is now offering all new and existing customers the chance to back England at boosted odds to win the World Cup for the first time , with winnings to be paid in cash!
The Rugby League World Cup will soon be upon us and England will be looking to win the trophy on home soil. Great Britain have won the World Cup on three occasions, but since the home nations all broke away, England have never won the competition. They have been runners-up three times, including the 2017 tournament where they lost 6-0 to Australia in Brisbane. Will 2021 be England’s year? Why not back them with the boosted odds option at 9/1.
Read on for our five reasons to claim this NRL try scorer price boost…
Rugby League World Cup 2021 Price Boost Tips: 5 Reasons To Claim Rugby League World Cup Price Boost
- Shaun Wane. It’s as simple as that. Shaun Wane is an unbelievable coach and an even passionate Englishman. He is a born winner and he worked wonders with Wigan, he helped them win three Super League Grand Final wins, two Challenge Cup victories and one World Club Challenge success. He knows how to get the best out of his players.
- Home soil. England have hosted the World Cup on numerous occasions and still haven’t won the competition. This time it will be different, fans will be itching to see world class players in the flesh after the Covid-19 pandemic. They will be busting a gut to sing the National Anthem live and in person, this will lift the English players and spur them to glory.
- Having an Englishman in charge. I have already mentioned how good of a coach Shaun Wane is, but he is a proud Englishman and would die for his country. I am not having a go at former England coach Wayne Bennett, but he didn’t understand what it was like to represent England – Shaun Wane does.
- Picking players in the right position. Again, not having a go at Bennett, but he seemed to want all the best players in the team, even if they were playing out of position. Wane will not do that, he will select his team on merit and make sure that every player in the team is playing in their correct position.
- Young, fresh players. Wane will not be afraid to blood the young players if they are playing well. He would rather select a youngster on form and in his correct position, than go with the old guard. Players like Jonny Lomax, Tom Johnstone, Liam Marshall, Matty Lees, Jake Trueman, Danny Richardson, Harry Newman and Jack Walker will all get a chance if they are in form.