Despite it being just nine months before the Rugby Union World Cup gets underway, England have dismissed head coach Eddie Jones as their manager.
Bookies have instantly made Leicester Tigers Head Coach Steve Borthwick the 1/8 favourite to take over as Head Coach following Jones' dismissal.
Betfair say there's an 88% chance of Borthwick coming in with early reports suggesting that the RFU want him as their new man in charge.
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France ended a 12-year wait for the men's Six Nations Championship earlier this year after a perfect 5 wins out of their 5 games saw a dominant display.
The French side have gone from strength-to-strength in the past few years and could have easily won the two Six Nations Championships prior to this year's win.
They will have massive confidence going into next year's Six Nations and bookies already make them the 11/8 favourites to win the tournament.
Whoever comes into the vacant England role will have one eye already on the World Cup taking place in France next September.
France themselves are the favourites for the World Cup too with a fortress in their home potentially proving difficult for any opponent to overcome.
Paddy Power make England the 6/1 fifth favourites to win next year's Rugby Union World Cup with France leading the way in the market.
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