Wales are anticipated to shut in on the Six Nations crown this weekend.
Wayne Pivac’s aspect head into spherical 4 on the prime of the desk having taken 14 factors from a attainable 15 thus far and are being tipped to take a agency grip of the title race as they head to Rome.
France even have a 100 per cent report and are 5 factors behind having performed a sport much less, whereas Scotland aren’t out of it fairly but both with 15 factors nonetheless to play for however their hopes may finish on Sunday.
Right here is how the bookmakers suppose the video games will go this weekend because the match nears its conclusion:
Italy v Wales
Unsurprisingly, the leaders are overwhelming odds-on favourites to beat the underside aspect in Rome at 1/33 which might nearly actually condemn Italy to a different wood spoon.
A primary Italy win in six years within the match is 31/1, whereas the draw is taken into account a extremely unlikely 199/1.
With Wales being given a 25.5-point handicap, a bonus-point victory is on the playing cards and that might transfer Pivac’s aspect 9 factors clear on the prime earlier than France play at tea time.
England v France
The stress can be on France to maintain up the tempo with Wales and they’re tipped to be edged out in an in depth sport at Twickenham.
Regardless of England having suffered two defeats in three video games, they head in because the 28/29 favourites with an away victory at 16/13. A draw is 23/1.
England have additionally been given a 1.5 level handicap, suggesting an especially tight sport with France coming away with a dropping bonus level that would but show essential forward of their assembly with Wales per week later however would in the end depart them trailing by eight factors.
Scotland v Eire
After selecting up their first win of the match away to Italy, Eire are anticipated to make it two in a row at Murrayfield on Sunday.
They’re 11/13 favourites with a Scotland win at 25/19, whereas a draw is 22/1.
The handicap market as soon as once more gives a 1.5 level head begin for Eire with one other shut sport anticipated.
A defeat for Scotland would finish their title hopes.