Tag Archive: 2015 Rugby World Cup

England are out of Rugby World Cup – so who do we back now?

| 09.10.2015

So for all the high hopes going into the tournament, England’s Rugby World Cup campaign has been – to put it charitably – a let-down. The alarm bells started ringing when Stuart Lancaster’s men went down to an injury-stricken Wales side, but it was the disappointing 13-33 defeat to Australia... View Article

Where did England go wrong at Rugby World Cup 2015?

| 05.10.2015

Australia recorded their biggest-ever win over England at Twickenham to send the Rugby World Cup hosts out with a game of Pool A still to be played. With Stuart Lancaster’s side becoming the first-ever host nation to fail to get out of their group in the history of this tournament,... View Article

Rugby World Cup Pool D: Ireland to beat Azzurri and advance

| 04.10.2015

Italy have upset Ireland just once since joining the British Isles quartet and France to form the Six Nations in 2000, and Coral offer the Azzurri little hope of repeating that in Rugby World Cup Pool D. Starting as massive 14/1 match outsiders, the Italians face elimination if they lose.... View Article

Rugby World Cup Pool A: Hosts England exit thanks to fab Foley

| 04.10.2015

Tournament hosts England found themselves eliminated from the Rugby World Cup, because of a fantastic all-round display from Australia fly half Bernard Foley, who almost single-handedly secured a 33-13 victory for the visitors at Twickenham. An early penalty, briefly cancelled out by the later sin-binned Owen Farrell’s kick, saw Foley... View Article

Rugby World Cup Pool B: Resurgent Springboks too strong for Scots

| 03.10.2015

St James’ Park was once the site of the city gallows in Newcastle, and the Springboks hanged the Scots out to dry on Tyneside. A strong and dominant display from South Africa, now 13/2 joint second favourites for the tournament with Coral, saw them execute an awesome physical performance to... View Article

Rugby World Cup Pool A: England to overcome rested Wallabies

| 03.10.2015

England have won three of their last four Twickenham trials against Australia, so Coral make Stuart Lancaster’s side odds-on 4/5 favourites to respond to their Rugby World Cup Pool A defeat by neighbours Wales with victory over the Wallabies. While the overall head-to-head record is 24-18 against the English, with... View Article