Rugby Six Nations Betting Odds 2024

We shall witness the 2024 Six Nations tournament with individual teams facing their first tests since the 2023 World Cup in France. We have prepared this guide to the Six Nations tournament and hope that it helps you to make educated predictions as the tournament progresses.

Following the triumph of Ireland last year, this year's Six Nations will see Europe's best once again face each other in their quest to become 2024 winners, and even potentially do so winning with a Grand Slam. So who might you place your bet on for the Six Nations 2024?

Who will win the Six Nations 2024?

After what many rugby enthusiasts and analysts consider a disappointing performance at the 2023 World Cup, Ireland and France hope to correct their mistakes in this tournament. Unsurprisingly, these two teams are considered this year's favorites, along with France.

Before the action begins, we bring you all the current Six Nations betting odds, as well as the fixtures, and our predictions for the tournament.

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Rugby Six Nations 2024 odds

France and Ireland are keeping a close gap in their odds with only a little margin between both countries, making the opening match between them a possible Grand Slam decider. Whoever is victorious on February 2 will likely continue triumphantly throughout the tournament.

While both Nations have consistently dominated in recent years, neither made it through the quarterfinals in the 2023 World Cup.

Both Nations would love to rise above the retirement disadvantage in their respective teams to emerge as the Six Nations 2024 tournament winner.

Six Nations Winner Odds





🇫🇷 France 
17/1 19/1
🇮🇪 Ireland 1/1 0/1 0/1
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 England 6/1 8/1 8/1
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Scotland 24/1 21/1 24/1
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Wales 249/1 199/1 149/1
🇮🇹 Italy 999/1 999/1 999/1

Six Nations 2024 Fixtures

The opening match of the Six Nations 2024 tournament sees the defending champions Ireland heading to Marseille where they will face France. Italy will go head-to-head with England the next day, whilst Wales will face Scotland as soon as that match ends.

Round 1

France v Ireland

  • Date: Friday, February 2

  • Venue: Orange Velodrome, Marseille

  • Kick-off: 21:00 local (20:00 GMT)

Ireland secured a 32 to 19 win over France during the 2023 tournament. Since their first contact in 1999, both teams have participated in 102 rugby test matches. Ireland has won 36 of those matches, while France has won 59.

Italy v England

  • Date: Saturday, February 3
  • Venue: Stadio Olimpico, Rome

  • Kick-off: 15:15 local (14:15 GMT)

England will face Italy in Rome to set a good pace for the start of the tournament. Their triumph in Cardiff last year is one to remember, pushing Ireland to their breaking point.

Wales v Scotland

  • Date: Saturday, February 3
  • Venue: Principality Stadium, Cardiff
  • Kick-off: 16:45 GMT

Wales will begin their quest for the 2024 Six Nations championship against their Scottish rivals on Saturday, February 3, at Cardiff.

The pairs will meet for the 14th time at this venue, with the host hoping to replicate a stunning win from 2022's last visit.

Round 2

Scotland v France 

  • Date: Saturday, February 10
  • Venue: Murrayfield, Edinburgh

  • Kick-off: 14:15 GMT

Six Nations is the tournament, and Murrayfield, Edinburgh is the arena where two rival teams will clash. The pair's last meeting at Murrayfield captures France winning while Scotland won the previous three meetings.

England v Wales

  • Date: Saturday, February 10

  • Venue: Twickenham, London

  • Kick-off: 16:45 GMT

England finished the 2023 Six Nations in fourth place, while Wales ended the tournament in fifth. The pairs will be looking to better their chances of winning in this year's competition edition.

Ireland v Italy

  • Date: Sunday, February 11
  • Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin
  • Kick-off: 15:00 GMT
Ireland aims to defend their impeccable record on the grounds of the Aviva Stadium. February 11 will mark the clash of rugby titans. Ireland, who have kept an exceptional track record of winning all twelve previous Six Nations encounters in Dublin against Italy, continue their quest for dominance.

Round 3

Ireland v Wales
  • Date: Saturday, February 24

  • Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin

  • Kick-off: 14:15 GMT

On Saturday, February 24, at 14:15 GMT, spectators will witness a thrilling spectacle as Ireland, the reigning champions, seeks to extend their dominance.

Having triumphed in their last three Six Nations meetings against Wales on home ground, Ireland prepares to etch another memorable chapter.

Scotland v England

  • Date: Saturday, February 24
  • Venue: Murrayfield, Edinburgh

  • Kick-off: 16:45 GMT

Scotland has emerged victorious in two out of the last three Six Nations encounters with England as hosts in Murrayfield. This fixture will be no less of a show, stirring the hearts of fans and igniting the spirit of rivalry.

France v Italy

  • Date: Sunday, February 25

  • Venue: Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille

  • Kick-off: 16:00 local (15:00 GMT)

On Sunday, the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille will be the hosting ground for the fearless French team. They have won all twelve Six Nations face-offs against Italy on home soil, showcasing their dominance.

Round 4

Italy v Scotland

  • Date: Saturday, March 9

  • Venue: Stadio Olimpico, Rome

  • Kick-off: 15:15 local (14:15 GMT)

The last five Six Nations meetings between Italy and Scotland held in Rome poised Scotland on the winning side. This remarkable feat underscores the tenacity of both teams. 

England v Ireland

  • Date: Saturday, March 9

  • Venue: Twickenham, London

  • Kick-off: 16:45 GMT

The stage is set for another gripping contention between England and Ireland. The defending champions have won two out of their three meetings with England in London.

Wales v France

  • Date: Sunday, March 10

  • Venue: Principality Stadium, Cardiff

  • Kick-off: 15:00 GMT

France dominated the last two matches in their Six Nations encounters on Welsh soil!

Round 5

Wales v Italy

  • Date: Saturday, March 16

  • Venue: Principality Stadium, Cardiff

  • Kick-off: 14:15 GMT

Italy once again goes head-to-head with Wales at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. The last meeting between the pairs brought favor to the Italian side. Will Italy turn the tables or allow another winning streak for Wales?

Ireland v Scotland

  • Date: Saturday, March 16

  • Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin

  • Kick-off: 16:45 GMT

Ireland has yet to spare Scotland in their last six meetings at Dublin for the Six Nations tournament.

France v England

  • Date: Saturday, March 16

  • Venue: Parc OL, Lyon

  • Kick-off: 21:00 (20:00 GMT)

France has a history of triumph at home over England. Their last three encounters in the Six Nations tournament have left the English team wanting.

Six Nations 2024 Favourites

We bring you  a core analysis of the 2024 Six Nations favorites to be the tournament winners.


  • Head Coach: Steve Borthwick

  • Captain: Maro Itoje

  • Six Nations Titles (since 2000): 7

Many have questions about the English team in this tournament, including who will actually be in the starting 15. Since the team's last Six Nations win in 2020, much has changed.

Courtney Lawes screams for a replacement at the back row and Johnny May on the flank. Should these expectations be met, England may perform well at the Six Nations.

 Speaking of experience, England has won 7 titles since 2000, more than any team in this tournament. It will be a tough test, but nothing beyond control.


  • Head Coach: Fabien Galthie

  • Captain: Antoine Dupont

  • Six Nations Titles (since 2000): 6

 The 2022 Six Nations winner did put up some resistance against Ireland to secure their victory. This year's competition will be more challenging for the French side as they will need key players this time.

Antoine Dupont will be out of the Six Nations to represent his country in Paris for the 2024 Seven Rugby Olympics. Striving to reclaim their Six Nations title will be tough playing without Dupont.

With Romain Ntamack returning from injury, France should have a higher chance of setting the pace for the tournament by securing a win over the defending champion.


  • Head Coach: Andy Farrell

  • Captain: Johnny Sexton

  • Six Nations Titles (since 2000): 5

 Head coach Andy Farrell led Ireland to a Grand Slam victory in the 2023 Six Nations competition after finishing as a runner-up the previous year.

Having so many key players in their prime, Ireland will be in form to build a formidable streak throughout the tournament. The game against the French side in Marseille is much anticipated as the 5-time winner and defending champions have a better chance to replicate history.


  • Head Coach: Gregor Townsend

  • Captain: Jamie Ritchie

  • Six Nations Titles (since 2000): 0

Without Stuart Hogg, a Six Nations Scottish team will not look good in this year's competition. Key players like Richie Gray, WP Nel, Hamish Watson, and Chris Harris are already nearing retirement, and this might be their last Six Nations.

Having players like Ollie Smith, Cameron Redpath, Ewan Ashman, and Rory Darge in their prime, Ireland will have to work more to compensate for this imminent setback.

Having no Six Nations title since 2000, Scotland must realise there is more to having a solid team and work on building a good reputation. Gregor Townsend will be looking to bring home the Six Nations title with Jamie Ritchie as captain.


  • Head Coach: Warren Gatland

  • Captain: Ken Owens

  • Six Nations Titles (since 2000): 6

 The Welsh team is one that many Rugby fans and supporters believe to have exceeded their expectations in the World Cup tournament.

Although Warren Gatland's side was trodden underfoot in a loss to Argentina in the quarterfinals, they put up a surprising performance to pull through the pool stage. 

With 6 Six Nations titles to their belt, the Welsh team still has essential calls to make in their lineup to stand a chance against Scotland. Anticipate Wales taking smooth steps forward in this tournament.


  • Head Coach: Kieran Crowley

  • Captain: Michele Lamaro

  • Six Nations Titles (since 2000): 0

Italy faced unfair circumstances last year as all odds were against the team at the Rugby World Cup. After putting up a poor performance against the French side and New Zealand at the World Cup, many hope they can redeem themselves at the Six Nations.

This competition is vital for the Italian national Rugby team under the new leadership of Kieran Crowley. People believe they can beat their best Six Nations performance (4th position) this year.

So long as Italy sustains a positive poster posture, they should have no problem doing well in this tournament.

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