The Aviva Stadium hosts what should be a cracking encounter; Ireland face England as 4/5 favourites (Paddy Power) but without their captain Brian O’Driscoll. England, with a couple of injuries of their own, rate as Betdaq’s 2.5 (6/4) outsiders and their new-look midfield could be the undoing of them.
Martin Johnson has opted for a bit of a tweak in midfield so Ireland could profit from some rustiness in the English ranks but without O’Driscoll, Ireland may not be their best.
This match could be incredibly close, so much so that it isn’t worth taking Ireland at -2.5 points just to eke out a 10/11 quote with Boylesports. Betfred will give you evens for England with a 2.5 headstart.
Bet365 make it 6/1 that England go in winning at the break, only to be pegged back and lose at full time.