Enhanced Odds for a Folau 5 Pointer in Wallabies Win over Argentina

Will Israel Folau find a five-pointer for the Australia against Argentina? Can the Wallabies win by 13 points or more? If you’ve answered yes to both those question's you'll love Palmerbet's enhanced odds offer on the match.

The Wallabies provided a pulsating finish against South Africa in their Rugby Championship opener, with a try in the last passage of play snatching victory from defeat. Next up is Argentina in South America and Australia will be hoping to have wrapped the result up well before the final siren sounds. Will the Wallabies pummel the Pumas and head into the first Bledisloe Cup clash full of confidence? Palmerbet’s promotion on the match may persuade patriotic punters to back our boys to secure a strong win.

Palmerbet’s Price Boost on Australia

Palmerbet is offering enhanced odds of $6.50 for Israel Folau to score a try in a Wallabies win by 13+. The maximum amount you can stake on the special is $50, which would return $325 and a profit of 275 bucks. For the bet to be successful Australia must beat Argentina by more than 12 points and Folau must score at least 1 five-pointer.

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Izzy Going to score?

Israel Folau has managed 17 tries in 30 tests for the Wallabies, averaging above a try every second outing. And having not scored against the Springboks last weekend does that mean the Fullback is destined to find cross the stripe against the Pumas? The 26 year old is arguably Australia’s best attacking weapon and is a threat from all areas of the field.

Wallabies want Redemption

The Wallabies won’t have forgotten their embarrassing loss in Argentina last year. Australia blew a 14-0 lead to lose 21-17 as the Pumas secured their first ever Rugby Championship win in 18 attempts.  Those that remain in the Green and Gold will want redemption! And after a courageous comeback over South Africa Australia have a golden chance to deliver a telling performance against the home side ahead of their showdown with the All Blacks on August 8. The Kiwis outclassed Argentina in the tournament opener in Christchurch; Will the Wallabies also ease past the Pumas?