2019 London Sevens
The 2018/2019 HSBC Sevens Tournament is in full swing, with six of the ten tournaments already played. In the past few months we have seen some amazing rugby action with some of the teams displaying new levels of performance, while old favourites have faded from the spotlight. Coming up at the end of May is one of the highlights of the series, in the form of the London Sevens. Held at the famous Twickenham stadium, it is the second last leg of the tour and usually offers the most action.
The Current Championship Standings
This year, the breakout stars of the series has been the USA who top the log with one first place finish, and four second place finishes. They are just a few points clear of the New Zealand who are looking to claim the title after finishing in third last year. Fiji is just behind them while last year’s Champions South Africa are much further down, in fourth place. All four teams still have a shot at the title with loads of points up for grabs.
Dates and Details for London
The Vancouver Sevens wrapped up a few days ago and we still have Hong Kong and Singapore to look forward to before the teams descend on the London. If you are keen on getting in on the betting action, the London Sevens tournament will get underway on the 25th of May and wrap up on the 26th. For bookmakers with the latest odds, Spin Sports, William Hill, Bodog, Betway, 888 Sport or Sports Betting are our top picks, and all offer a wide range of markets too.
Your Betting Options
Betting on Sevens Rugby is fun and easy. Outright bets can be placed on the London tournament on which team will take first place, second place or third place at the end of the two-day event. This is just the start of the betting options. Each game offers plenty of markets to suit both novices and experienced punters.
When you are betting on an individual game, you can start with a straight win bet on which team will in the match in question. You can also place an Asian handicap wager or try one of the more intricate prop wagers, such as first team to score, total number of tries in a game, which team will be leading at half time or if any of the players will be carded.