• Thu 27 Oct, 2016
  • 20:07 BST
  • 16:07 EST (BST-4)
  • 22:07 CEST (BST+2)

Wallabies Trimmed For World Cup

Australia have been shortened slightly to 9/2 by William Hill for the 2011 Rugby World Cup after a last minute victory over NZ.

Ladbrokes have eased the All Blacks out to even money (from 4/5) with question marks now surrounding their reliance on fly half Dan Carter.

South Africa are 6/1 shots with Betfred while England are 16/1 (Paddy Power) to win back the World Cup they lost in 2007.

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