New Zealand-South Africa: That’s it, the predictions have picked the winner of the Rugby World Cup final

New Zealand-South Africa: That’s it, the predictions have picked the winner of the Rugby World Cup final

New Zealand are the big winners of the Rugby World Cup final that will pit them against South Africa on Saturday, October 28, 2023. But be warned, the current world champions are intent on defending it.

We are nearing the end Rugby World Cup 2023 Which has been played in France since September 8 and will end on Saturday, October 28 at 9 pm at the Stade de France The final between New Zealand and South Africa.

Everyone dreams of France and New Zealand

New Zealand and South Africa are still in the competition, as they downed in quick succession, after falling behind, in the last minutes, first the French team in the quarter-finals (28-29), then the English in the semi-finals (28-29). 15-16).

As a reminder, the Blues entered the competition by defeating the All Blacks. It was possible for the French team, which dreamed of playing in the final, to find itself facing New Zealand on Saturday.

Big favorite for the All Blacks

This scenario now remains in a dream state. In the meantime, since we know the names of the two finalists, bets are going well regarding the name of the future world champion.

our #RWC2023 Predictions after the semi-finals. pic.twitter.com/eEHsM35cxA

– Rugby Vision (@Rugbyvision) October 23, 2023

The two teams are tied in the number of world championship titles, with three each, according to the website Rugby visionwhich specializes in statistics and forecasts for rugby’s biggest competitions, has one team as the favorite in this final.

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And it’s not about the world champion, South Africa. Prospects of final victory All blacks It will be very clear, after 50%. New Zealand’s chances of winning are estimated at 63.8%.

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Therefore, South Africa’s chance of retaining its title will be only 36.2%. But be careful, in quick succession, the Bucs have been able to show that they are tough, and capable of reversing the trend.

Since the start of the World Cup, predictions made by Rugby Vision are 90% consistent. They were particularly right in the quarter-finals and semi-finals.

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