England v Fiji Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips - Summer Internationals Series

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TournamentSummer Internationals 2023
Timetable3.15 PM - 26 Aug 2023
PredictionEngland to Win!
OddsEngland to Win @ 1.18
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Match prediction 14 of 18 of our Summer Internationals 2023 betting series.

Steven's prediction accuracy 2023: ✔️ 89.29%.

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Week five of the Summer Internationals has finally crept up on us, and for the second match of this round, we have England v Fiji on Saturday, the 26th of August. England will host Fiji at Twickenham, and the home fans will be looking for a crucial win against the minnows of Fiji after disappointing matches so far in this competition: Wales v England and Ireland v England.

The man in the middle of the pitch will be experienced referee Jaco Peyper of South Africa. You may remember that Mr Peyper was the main man for the Ireland v England Six Nations test earlier in the year.

England and Fiji have played each other seven times in total, with the former continuing their unbeaten run in their last outing with a 58-15 hammering. English rugby fans will expect nothing but the same if they have any hope of preparing for Rugby World Cup in mere weeks, but is there disappointment on the horizon? Read the rest of my England v Fiji prediction for my insight.

💯 England v Fiji Betting Odds Summer Internationals Series

For those looking to have a flutter on this game, I have included odds for a variety of betting markets from top rugby bookmakers below.

🥇 England v Fiji Odds: Match Winner

Most may be expecting odds around the 1.01 mark for an England win, but I think the bookies have decided on odds that are a little more competitive. Catch full details below.


➕ England v Fiji Handicap 3-Way Odds

Given the score difference of 43 points in the last match, some rugby fans may be surprised to see the bookies offering handicaps of 10-11 points. Interested? See what's on offer below.


🏮 England v Fiji Asian Handicap Odds

For a wider spread than the European handicap equivalents, you may be interested in the options for Asian handicap betting. Find out your betting options below.


💪 England v Fiji Both Halves Odds

Have an inkling that one team may bruise the other all match long? There aren't many options for this market, but you can see what's available in the table.


🔍 England v Fiji Match Winner Prediction

Both teams have yet to impress, and both need to show their intentions for the Rugby World Cup. Having said that, England are in turmoil after unsuccessful attempts by Steve Borthwick to shake off poor form from the Eddie-Jones era, and Fiji are still in their infancy in terms of building prominence in the 15s game. I don't expect this to be a thriller of a game, and I think the score will be relatively close compared to previous head-to-heads. My money is on another lacklustre performance by England that gets them a small win of 10 points.

My England v Fiji match winner prediction: England to win!

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✔️ England v Fiji Betting Tips

1️⃣ Match Winner: England to Win

Given that England have yet to lose a game to Fiji, I think you would be forgiven for thinking another English win is on the cards. Would I personally go for England to win at 1.24 at LeoVegas Sports? All things considered, I think the odds are competitive enough that I would consider having a punt on this market.

2️⃣ Handicap Winner: England to Win (-4.5)

I don't fancy the home side to win by any devastating margin in this test, so for me England to win (-4.5) at 1.36 at Betway would be the option for me. Bettors with more faith in the Red Rose might consider England (-10.5) at 1.92 at LeoVegas Sports, but my personal opinion is that it's a lot of extra risk to take on for a side that has immensely struggled in recent times. I would stick with a smaller bet on the lesser handicap.

3️⃣ Both Halves: England to Win Both Halves

I can't picture either side putting in an outstanding shift in this game, so this wouldn't be a market I would consider. For those that think a little differently to me, however, there is also the option for England to win both halves at 1.41 at TonyBet Sports. Take this bet at your own risk, and remember to gamble responsibly!

📰 Team News for England v Fiji

To find out the news for both squads ahead of this England v Fiji test, check out each team's Twitter feed below.

🌹 England News

🌴 Fiji News

📺 Previous England v Fiji Highlights

Watch the England v Fiji highlights from the Rugby World Cup 2015 in the video below.

⚡ Summer Internationals England v Fiji Prediction Overview

1️⃣ When is kick-off for England v Fiji?

Kick-off for England v Fiji will be 3.15 p.m. GMT on Saturday 26th August 2023.

2️⃣ Where will England v Fiji be played?

This England v Fiji test will be played at Twickenham, London.

3️⃣ Who will win England v Fiji?

I think that England will win this Summer Internationals test.

4️⃣ What are some England v Fiji betting tips?

Based on my own analysis, I would offer the following betting tips for England v Fiji:

  1. Match winner bet: England to win at 1.24.
  2. Asian handicap bet: England to win (-4.5) at 1.36 at Betway.
  3. Both halves bet: England to win both halves at 1.41 at TonyBet Sports.

5️⃣ Are there any England v Fiji free bets?

See our England v Fiji free bets section for more details on rugby promotions.

England to Win!

✒️ Steven Brown - International Sports Writer and Tipster

This England v Fiji prediction was written by Steven Brown.

Steven is an internationally revered rugby coach and sports writer. His insight with his predictions comes from his rugby coaching qualifications, successes coaching youth and men's teams in both hemispheres, and from analytical research into world rugby.