There is an Ireland v South Africa rugby betting promotion available at online bookmaker Paddy Power. The big Autumn series of games involving big clashes between the northern and southern hemisphere sides, sees Ireland going into battle against South Africa. Ireland have been hit hard during their preparations with injury problems, the likes of key players like Rob Kearney, Rory best and Brian O’Driscoll all missing. However, the Irish received some positive news with Paul O’Connell and Cian Healy both were back in training after problems of their own. If starting, O’Connell could take the captaincy.
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The Irish national side have just been unable to find any consistency in recent times and need a big boost over the Autumn as they face South Africa, Fiji and Argentina Coach Declan Kidney has seen his side produce high quality stuff in patches, but there just hasn’t been a roll-over in power and consistency. Kidney has been criticised before for being unadventurous in his team selection, but because of the injury list piling up, could use the opportunity to take a look at some fresh young blood.
The Springboks took on the challenge of the expanded Ti-Nations, which is now the Rugby Championship which involves themselves, New Zealand, Australia and Argentina. South Africa secured two wins, a draw and three defeats in the campaign. From four meeting in Dublin between the two nations, Ireland have won three and lost one, the defeat coming in the most recent encounter back in 2010. The overall head to head stands at 15 wins for South Africa and just 4 for Ireland.
Ireland v South Africa Rugby Betting Odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
South Africa 8/13, Ireland 13/10 Draw 20/1