Wales V Georgia 23/09, Odds and Live Streaming

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Updated Updated: November 22, 2019
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Rugby fans the world over are looking forward to the Rugby World Cup 2019. The rugby union tournament will take place in Japan from 20 September to 2 November and will see 20 nations compete for the win. On 23 September, Wales will play against Georgia at the City of Toyota Stadium in Toyota – this city is home to several Toyota Motor Corporation’s manufacturing plants, hence its name.

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About Wales

Wales has competed in every single Rugby World Cup to date. However, the country hasn’t done too well overall. At the very first tournament back in 1987, Wales came third, while at the 2011 tournament, the country came forth. In all other tournaments, Wales has either finished at the pool stage or reached the quarter-finals.

About Georgia

Georgia has only taken part in four Rugby World Cups so far. The country’s first tournament was in 2003, which saw the country lose all four of the pool matches. So far, Georgia’s best performance has been in the 2015 tournament, where the country won two pool matches and came third out of five countries in the pool stage. Though Georgia didn’t get to progress to the quarter-finals in 2015, the country did earn qualification for this year’s tournament.

What to Expect from the Game

Looking at Oddschecker, it’s clear that Wales is more favoured to win. In fact, all the major bookies are offering better odds for a Wales win than for a Georgia win.

Bet365 is offering 1/66 for Wales to win and 14/1for Georgia

Betfair, the odds are 1/33 for Wales and 16/1 for Georgia

SkyBet, the odds for Wales are 1/50, while for Georgia the odds are 18/1

As for draw bets, the best odds are 20/1 at SkyBet

The teams taking part in the tournament have been split into four pools of five teams each. For every pool, there are a total of ten matches; each country plays all the other countries in the same pool once. After all ten matches have taken place, the two nations with the highest number of points progress to the quarter-finals.

Wales V Georgia live streaming

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