6 Nations Opening Weekend Accumulator

As if reliving centuries old rivalries wasn’t fun enough, you can of course make the victories that little bit sweeter and defeat a little easier to bear, with taking a few quid off the bookies

Paddy Power are offering a fairly ‘generous’ 2/1 on the three favourites France, England and Scotland to get the result.

If you fancy a bit more value for your money why not have a go on the points handicap. For those of you thinking… What is a points handicap? this explanation should help

For those of you who aren’t Paddy Power are offering this little gem at 8/1;

Italy +21

England -2

Wales +5

For those of you, like myself, are looking upon this weekends rugby as you might look upon this evenings lottery draw might fancy the following, Paddy Power are offering 227/1 on this selection of (fairly unlikely) outcomes;

The Six Nations Scotland v England
04-02-2012 17:00
Alternative Handicap
Scotland (-1.0) @ 7/5
The Six Nations France v Italy
04-02-2012 14:30
Alternative Handicap
Italy (+12.0) @ 21/10
U20 International Matches France U20 v Italy U20
03-02-2012 19:45
Handicap Betting
France U20 (-28.0) @ 10/11
U20 International Matches Scotland U20 v England U20
03-02-2012 19:30
Handicap Betting
Scotland U20 (+22.0) @ 10/11
International Matches Scotland A v England Saxons
03-02-2012 19:30
Handicap Betting
England Saxons (-5.0) @ 10/11
U20 International Matches Ireland U20 v Wales U20
03-02-2012 19:05
Handicap Betting
Wales U20 (+7.0) @ 10/11
The Six Nations Ireland v Wales
05-02-2012 15:00
Alternative Handicap
Ireland (-8.0) @ 13/10

Be quick though, two of those games kick off in half an hour, good luck!

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