Argentina v United States betting tips, odds, predictions – RWC 2019 Match 30
Welcome to our free predictions and odds update for match 30 of the Rugby World Cup between Argentina and USA at Kumagaya Rugby Stadium on Wednesday, October 9.
Argentina are red-hot favourites to win the game and say farewell to Japan 2019 in some style. The Pumas’ hopes of advancing were ended when they lost to England and France scraped in against Tonga.
The Pumas came in with high hopes but lost narrowly against France and then had their chances against England ruined by an early red card to Tomas Lavanini for a dangerous high tackle.
They will be without scrumhalf Tomas Cubelli for their final match after he was injured against England. His Jaguares teammate Gonzalo Bertranou has been brought into the squad for the final match.
Check out our team previews to get the latest form, our tips for leading try-scorer from each team and where we think they will finish in the tournament.
Here are our Argentina v United States predictions and odds for their clash at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Rugby World Cup Match 30: Pool C – Argentina v United States
Kick-off: 1.45pm local time (GMT +9)
Venue: Kumagaya Rugby Stadium
Argentina v United States odds
Head to head odds: Argentina $1.05, United States $10
Handicap line odds: Argentina (-21.5 points) $1.91, United States (+25.5 points) $1.91
Previous World Cup 2019 matches:
France 23 (Antoine Dupont, Gael Fickou tries; Romain Ntamack 2 cons, 2 pens, Camille Lopez drop goal) d Argentina 21 (Julian Montoya, Guido Petti tries; Nicolas Sanchez con, Benjamin Urdapilleta 2, Sanchez pens). Referee: Angus Gardner.
Argentina 28 (Julian Montoya 3, Santiago Carreras tries; Benjamin Urdapilleta 4 cons) d Tonga 12 (Telusa Veainu 2 tries; Sonatane Takulua con). Referee: Jaco Peyper.
England 39 (Luke Cowan-Dickie, Elliot Daly, George Ford, Jonny May, Jack Nowell, Ben Youngs tries; Owen Farrell 3 cons, pen) d Argentina 10 (Matias Moroni try; Emiliano Boffelli con, Benjamin Urdapilleta pen). Referee: Nigel Owens.
England 45 (Joe Cokanasiga 2, Luke Cowan-Dickie, George Ford, Lewis Ludlam, Ruaridh McConnochie, Billy Vunipola tries; Ford 5 cons) d USA 7 (Bryce Campbell try; AJ MacGinty con). Referee: Nic Berry.
France 33 (Gael Fickou, Yoann Huget, Jefferson Poirot, Alivereti Raka, Baptiste Serin tries; Camille Lopez 3, Thomas Ramos cons) d USA 9 (AJ MacGinty 3 pens). Referee: Ben O’Keeffe.
Argentina v United States tips RWC2019
Argentina -21.5 points at $1.91
The Pumas have not been too far off the pace against the best teams in the group. We expect them to be a little too classy for the USA and should play with a fair amount of freedom given they can’t advance from the pool stage.
Julian Montoyo to score a try at $1.90
The Argentina hooker has already landed four tries in the tournament. A hat-trick here could put him in the mix for top try-scorer of the tournament. We don’t think that will happen but fair chance he will add at least one.
Argentina v United States prediction
USA will be competitive but their best chance of landing a win will come in their final match against Tonga. We think the Pumas can put about 40 points on them and as long as they don’t concede to many the handicap line looks good.
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