Where can I find free rugby picks and predictions?

Rugby is such a fast-moving, technical game, with so many variables – not least the fact that there are 15 players from each side on the pitch at any given time – that, for a newcomer to rugby betting, it can appear to be overwhelming. Betting sites recommend that anyone who bets on rugby should study recent form – which is sensible: understanding the sport is important – but there are so many variable factors, from home stadium advantage to the weather, whether some players are away on international duty, even the referee – that recent form, even long-running historical performances against the same team, often only gives only part of the story.

What English betting sites can you place bets on Super Rugby matches?

Super Rugby is one of the world’s leading club rugby union competitions – the premier southern hemisphere tournament featuring club sides from New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and one team each from Argentina and Japan in a three conference set-up that runs from mid-February to July every year. As well as being broadcast in participating nations, Super Rugby matches are routinely broadcast live across the globe, notably on Sky Sports in the UK and Ireland, ESPN in the USA and Canada, SuperSport in Africa, French pay-TV broadcaster Canal Plus.