Six Nations Odds : Wales v England from Cardiff as firm offer to refund stakes if Wales win the Six Nations title

Its Wales v England odds in the Six Nations as popular firm Victor Chandler announce a new free bets offer on the rugby from Cardiff on Saturday.

The final weekend of Six Nations fixtures take place this weekend and there is a lot to play for in the remaining three games.

There is no other place to start than at the Millennium Stadium as Wales entertain England in what is set to be a scintillating 80 minutes of action.

With England going for the Grand Slam, they will be going all out to take the spoils here, whereas Wales would love to end their hopes of achieving it for the first time in a decade.

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The hosts are also able to win the title with a victory, as long as it is over a margin of seven points and England don’t overhaul them in terms of tries scored, which Wales currently lead 7-5.

Both sides have to try and take this game like any other rugby match and if that happens, we could be in for a high-scoring, dramatic and entertaining 80 minutes of action in Cardiff.

Although Stuart Lancaster’s side have won all four of their encounters in the tournament so far, they aren’t playing great rugby as they only beat Italy 18-11 at Twickenham last time out and looked a different team from the one that got off to a flying start last month, scoring 38 points against Scotland.

However, Lancaster is sure to have his men up for this one and if players can’t perform at their best on these big occasions, then international rugby is not for them. England can be backed at 5/6.

As for Wales, they were defeated on home soil to Ireland on the opening weekend of course, but have since gone on to win their last three games, which included a superb victory in Paris against the French.

They might be considered as the underdogs for this encounter at 13/10, but with the roar of the crowd behind them and the hosts having the chance to retain their Six Nations title, many are sure to fancy them coming into this one.

One thing is for sure, this is the game that all eyes will be on over the weekend.

Prior to that, Italy and Ireland will be looking to end the compeition on a high when they meet in Rome.

The Irish managed to draw with France last time out and if they can put in a similar performance here, then they should beat the Italians.

Italy have shown this year that they are not to be taken lightly on home soil, so this one could be a close affair.

On Sunday, Scotland make the journey to Paris to take on France and if the away team can pull of a shock here, it would mean they have won three of their five matches, which would be a cracking achievement. They are out at 6/1.

France need the win though as they were defeated in their only home match so far, so they will look to give the fans something to cheer about.

Bring on the final weekend of action in the Six Nations.

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