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South Africa Rugby World Cup Squad - SouthAfrica Betting Odds

South Africa Rugby UnionOne of the most memorable images in Rugby World Cup history was South Africa winning their first Rugby World Cup in 1995 and of course it was even more special that it was in South Africa and Nelson Mandela was their in his South Africa Rugby shirt to hand over the trophy to Springbok captain Francois Pienaar.

The 1995 Rugby World Cup finals were one of the best organised and has gone some way to ensuring the South Africa were awarded the 2010 Football World Cup.

South Africa are one of the strongest Rugby nations in the World Cup Betting Odds and the country has a great history of Rugby and they will be very keen to add a second Rugby World in 2007.

Rugby World Cup record:
Winners 1995
Semi-finalists 1999
Quarter-finalists 2003
Did not compete 1987 and 1991
Played 17, won 14, lost 3
Scored 556 points, conceded 257

South Africa Rugby World Cup Fixtures - Group Matches

South Africa V Samoa Sunday September 9th
England v South Africa Friday September 14th
South Africa V Tonga Saturday September 22nd
South Africa V USA Sunday September 30th

South African World Cup Squad

Andrews, Eddie Botha, Brendon Cronje, Jacques
de Villiers, Jean Du Preez, Petrus Fourie du Randt, Jacobus Petrus
Fourie, Jaque Habana, Bryan Gary James, Butch
Januarie, Enrico Matfield, Victor Montgomery, Percival Colin
Muller, Johann Ndungane, Akona Zilindlovu Olivier, Wynand
Paulse, Breyton Pienaar, Ruan Pietersen, Jon-Paul Roger
Pretorius, Andre Ralepelle, Mahlatse Sephaka, Lawrence
Smit, John William Smith, Juan Spies, Pierre Johan
Tyibilika, Solomzi van den Berg, Philippus Albertus van der Linde, CJ
van Niekerk, Joe Venter, Albertus Johannes Wannenburg, Pedrie Johannes

Rugby World Cup Group A - England & South Africa

Team Played Points Won Tied Lost For Against
South Africa 3 14 3 0 0 125 32
Tonga 3 9 2 0 1 69 60
England 3 9 2 0 1 72 68
Samoa 4 5 0 0 3 69 143
USA 3 1 0 0 3 46 78
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The 2007 Rugby World Cup will be a huge betting event and we have lots of key information on where to get the best prices, Rugby Union World Cup free bets from the leading online bookmakers.

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Compare the latest betting odds for the 2007 Rugby World Cup. Bookmakers betting odds on the outright winners market, top tryscorer and the group by group betting odds.

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Rugby World Cup Fixtures
World Cup Group Fixtures

Check out the Rugby World Cup 2007 fixtures in order that you know when you team is playing so as you can get in the beers and have a few Rigby World Cup bets with your pals.
Rugby World Cup 2007 Fixtures

Knock Out Stages Fixtures

The Knock out stages of the Rugby World Cup are contested by the eight countries that emerge from the pool stages. The Winners of the pool groups will take on the second place of one of the other pool groups. The winners of each of these games go onto contest the semi finals.
Knock Out Match Fixtures

Rugby World Cup Final

Weeks of hard endeavour and the two best teams meet on the 20th October 2007 to contest the Rugby World Cup final at the Stade de France. We would be very surprised should New Zealand not fill one of these places the other place is up for grabs.
Rugby World Cup 2007 Final