Autumn Nations Cup Price Boosts: How To Get Boosted Odds With Cash Pay-Outs

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The Autumn Nations Cup gets underway this weekend with eight teams battling it out become champions, and bookmakers are offering new and existing customers the chance to choose from a bunch of price boosts for the match, with all winnings to be paid out in cash.

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International rugby will continue over the next month or so with the introduction of the Autumn Nations Cup. England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Italy, France, Fiji and Georgia will fight it out in two groups with each team facing the others in their pool before a ‘Finals weekend’ will see each team face the country in their respective position in the groups.

A number of online bookmakers are creating a wide range of special betting markets for the tournament. These bookies are also giving new and existing customers the opportunity to sink their teeth into some special enhancements that also come with a cash pay-out, and instead of leaving you to hunt around for the best offers we have compiled a rundown of all of the price boosts you need to know right here…

Autumn Nations Cup Price Boosts: Paddy Power

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England return to action for the first time since their Six Nations success and they are fully expected to put Georgia to the sword and run out convincing winners. Eddie Jones is expected to make a few changes to his team, but they should still have enough to see off Georgia. Wales kick off their campaign on Friday and will be looking to pile more misery on Ireland who blew the chance to win the Six Nations on the final weekend of the season, while Scotland will be looking to make it five wins in succession when they take on an Italian side who have not won a game since they beat Russia in March 2019.

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I fully expect England to score over five tries when they take on Georgia in their opening Autumn Nations Cup on Saturday. Confidence is high in the England camp and they will be determined to win back-to-back tournaments to prove they are still a major force in world rugby. Wales will be hoping to prove that their Six Nations campaign was a one-off blip. Coach Wayne Pivac is under pressure to get some results, so this Autumn Nations Cup could be a blessing in disguise for the Dragons.

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England kick off their Autumn Nations Cup against Georgia on Saturday, and although it is a big day for Georgia it will not end with a fairy tale victory. Eddie Jones’ men will be looking to keep the feel-good factor going following their Six Nations success. They will be looking to throw the ball around and keep turning Georgia around, and that will result in plenty of tries. Confidence is also high in the Scotland camp and they are currently on a four-game winning streak and are fully expected to score tries and points for fun against a poor Italy side.

Italy v Scotland Autumn Nations Cup Price Boost: William Hill

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Italy continue to be the whipping boys in international rugby, and Saturday will be no different when they face Scotland in Florence. While the whole of Scotland is still celebrating the football team qualifying for the Euros, it is down to the rugby team to continue the feelgood factor by running out convincing winners as they look to launch a serious assault on the Autumn Nations Cup.

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Georgia cannot wait to test themselves against England at Twickenham on Saturday, but the honest truth is that they will be no match for Eddie Jones’ men. Yes, Georgia are a physical side and they could make it difficult for England if they play most of the game in the middle of the park, but England are too smart for that and they will throw the ball around to score as many tries as possible.