The Rugby Championship 2018 Round 2: expect more standout moments

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The Rugby Championship is an international rugby union competition contested annually by Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. This year it will run from August 18th to October 6th so you have plenty of time to sign up for the best betting software and enjoy the best odds from multiple bookmakers in only ONE account for All Blacks matches. And if you want the latest news and the most impressive sports betting offers for Rugby Championship 2018 Round 2, keep reading!

New Zealand – Australia

New Zealand, current tournament champion and world champion, beat Australia (38-13) in the opening match of the Rugby Championship, last Saturday in Sydney.

In the beginning, the Wallabies monopolized the game but after the first 40 minutes, as a warm-up, the All Blacks launched their machinery to show why they have won the Rugby Championship five times since 2012.

Argentina – South Africa

The second opening match was between South Africa and Argentina. After the first half, with an advantage of 14-10 for the Pumas, the question floated to what extent they would sustain the state of submission under which the Springboks had placed them. The answer came in the next 12 minutes, in which South Africa scored three tries and a great final result of 34-21.

The All Blacks and Wallabies will meet again on August 25th in Auckland with the Bledisloe Cup in play, an annual competition between the two oceanic powers that Australians have not conquered since 2002. While South Africa will travel to Mendoza where they will face the Pumas that same day. Check out best betting software tutorials and make your homework. Develop your betting strategy, start placing your desired bets, and gain your winnings. See you on Saturday!