Crusaders and Chiefs Top 2020 Super Rugby Grand Final Odds

Crusaders and Chiefs Top 2020 Super Rugby Grand Final Odds

September 7th, 2020 Rugby, Sports Betting

This is the 25th season of Super Rugby. Late on this circuit has been dominated by the Crusaders. Since 2017 the Crusaders are three-time defending champions. Which explains why they are a Rugby betting favorite to win it all again. Crusaders fans take great pride in the fact that they are the flagship franchise. Consider that the Crusaders have won 10 championships. And have a total of 14 appearances in the final. Next, best are the Blues and Bulls with three championships each. And then the Brumbies and Chiefs have two titles in their histories.

2020 Super Rugby Grand Final Championship Odds

TeamOdds
Crusaders9/4
Chiefs15/4
Hurricanes5/1
Jaguares9/1
Lions10/1
Blues11/1
Highlanders12/1
Brumbies16/1
Rebels20/1
Waratahs20/1
Sharks22/1
Stormers28/1
Bulls28/1
Sunwolves100/1

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Three Conference Format

Super Rugby has a total of three conferences for its sports betting competition. Teams from a total of five nations take part. Namely, those are Argentina, Australia, New Zealand Japan, and South Africa. A total of 15 teams are competing. The Conferences are labeled Australian, New Zealand, and South African.

Australian Conference

The first place in the Australian Conference belongs to the Brumbies. Four wins, no draws, and a loss is their record. Located in Canberra, ACT, Australia the Brumbies are coached by Dan McKellar. He was appointed head coach in 2018. Last year the Brumbies finished first in the conference and third overall. Folau Fainga’a leads the Brumbies with five tries. He plays for the Australia national team. Correlate Fainga’a joined the Brumbies 2018. He has career marks of 60 points and 23 apps.

New Zealand Conference

In sum, the Crusaders lead the New Zealand Conference with five wins and a loss. Coach Scott Robertson has been at the helm since the 2017 Rugby Betting season. Specifically, the Crusaders are located in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The second place behind the Crusaders is the Blues. Located in Auckland, New Zealand they have five wins and two losses. Mark Talea has five tries to lead in that category. While Otere Black has 42 points. Accordingly, Leon MacDonald is the coach of the Blues. He took his current position in 2019.

Next are the Chiefs with four wins and two losses. Warren Gatland is the Chiefs coach. Previously Gatland was with the Barbarians. Most important of all is the fact that Gatland is a proven winner. While with Wales he won a total of four Six Nationals titles and three Grand Slams. Gatland is a Rugby legend that enjoyed a long-playing career. Hamilton, New Zealand is home to the Chiefs.

So too are the Hurricanes a popular choice with four wins and two losses. Wellington, New Zealand is their home. Coach Jason Holland took over for the 2020 campaign. Jordie Barrett is a leading star with 42 points. Also contributing is Ben Lam with five tries.

South African Conference

An account of a record of five wins and a loss do the Sharks lead the South African Conference. Sean Everitt is in his first year as head coach. Durban, South Africa is home to the Sharks. Curwin Bosch is a top star of the team. To show Bosch has a total of 86 points and leads all ten-point scorers. Bosch plays for the South Africa national team. He can play the fly-half or fullback positions.

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