Head to Head Rugby Refund as South Africa Attempt to Upset All Blacks

Can the Springboks spring a surprise in South Africa and upset the All Blacks in round 2 of the Rugby Championship?

The Pumas will attempt to upset Australia in Argentina in round 2 of the Rugby Championships this weekend but no doubt the mouth-watering match is the Kiwis clash with the Springboks in South Africa. It’s so big bookmaker CrownBet have an offer on the occasion. Back New Zealand or South Africa head to head and if your side leads at half time but loses, you’ll be refunded with a bonus bet, up to $50. Simply select the All Blacks of the Springboks to win and if the team you pick blows an advantages at the break your bet won’t exactly been blown.

South Africa Outsiders

The All Blacks were comfortable winners in the opening match of the Rugby Championship after cruising past Argentina at AMI Stadium in Christchurch. The hosts scored 5 tries as they secured a bonus point 39-18 victory over the Pumas. The springboks suffered a heart-breaking loss to the Wallabies in their first match despite leading by 7 points at the break. The visitors eventually went down 24-20 after Australia scored with the final play of the game. Could they suffer the same fate against the All Blacks? The home side are $2.25 outsiders on CrownBet’s Head to Head market while the world champions are around $1.65.

All Blacks out for Revenge

The Springboks snatched a thrilling 2 point victory over New Zealand in the same fixture during last year’s tournament to end the All Blacks record equalling 22 Test Unbeaten run. It was South Africa’s first win over the Kiwis since 2011. Now New Zealand have a chance for revenge and can all but end their opponents chances of winning this year’s competition with victory on Saturday. (Sunday Morning Australia Time). Favourites to retain the trophy before a ball was booted, New Zealand are now into $1.65 to lift the silverware while South Africa have slipped to $6 after losing to Australia. The Wallabies are second in the betting at $3.30. But those odds will change if the Springboks spring a surprise, so will you back them to beat the number 1 nation?