Rugby Champions Cup Betting Odds Comparison

Saracens landed their third Heineken Cup title in 2019 and the English side are among the favourites to retain their European Champions Cup title despite the recent fine imposed on the club for breaking the salary cap.

At the time of writing, the Sarries can be backed at 3/1 to win this competition, having been put in Pool 4 along with Munster, Ospreys and Racing 92.

There are five Pools in total, with the winner of each group automatically going through to the quarter final stage of the competition, while the three highest-ranked runners-up in the sections will also go through to the final eight.

Last season, Saracens were the only English side to make it to the quarter finals, although three teams from Ireland featured in the last eight last time and two of them were able to compete at the semi-final stage.

Indeed, Leinster were finalists before losing 20-10 to Saracens in the final and the bookies think this could be the season where they get their revenge, with the Irish team trading at 5/2 to get over the line this time around.

There should be a sizeable French challenge in the form of Clermont Auvergne, with Unibet going 7/1 that the team who finished second in last season’s Top 14 will lift this piece of silverware.

Toulouse are a similar price and they’re currently the champions of France, while Racing 92 will also want to make a big impression in one of the most competitive tournaments across the continent.

It will be interesting to see which players are fresh after a tough 2019 World Cup, with Munster also regarded by many as a contender although odds of 20/1 would suggest that the Irish side have a reduced chance of winning this year.

Pool 1 Betting
Leinster are overwhelming favourites to win this section and are likely to be head and shoulders above the other teams in the group. Northampton are likely to be challenging for second spot, with Lyon the other team who can get second place and Benetton Treviso are the rank outsiders.

Pool 2 Betting
Exeter will feel pretty pleased with their group opponents, with the English side trading at 4/9 to win the section and they are likely to be a popular accumulator selection, while Glasgow are second favourites and can be backed at 9/2.

Pool 3 Betting
Clermont Auvergne are likely to take top spot in this pool according to the odds, with Ulster regarded as the next best team. Harlequins and Bath are the rank outsiders and don’t seem to have the resources to be competitive.

Pool 4 Betting
Pool 4 looks to be the most competitive section of the Heineken Cup, with three teams all feeling as though they can qualify for the knockout stage. Racing 92 are slight favourites, although Munster represent Ireland well and Saracens are also in the mix.

Pool 5 Betting
Toulouse look to have the straightforward task when it comes to winning this group, while Montpellier and Gloucester will be hope to be the runner-up who scores enough points to go through.

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