Rugby World Cup final tickets: Fans in favour of New Zealand win over Australia

Data from Viagogo shows that there is an overwhelming support for New Zealand to win this weekend's Rugby World Cup final

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

There is an overwhelming support for New Zealand to beat Australia and win Saturday’s Rugby World Cup final, according to search data from ticket marketplace Viagogo.

There have been three times the number of ticket sales from New Zealand than Australia, as rugby fans jump on planes to take advantage of a drop in ticket prices, figures show.

Viagogo has also seen huge support for the All Blacks from the home nations. Of the searches in Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales for “New Zealand Rugby Final” and “Australia Rugby Final”, 78 per cent of them were for New Zealand.

With thousands of tickets still available for this weekend’s final, rugby fans can now buy category A tickets for around face value from £750.

Rugby fans can buy or sell tickets for Rugby World Cup 2015 on viagogo.

Rugby World Cup final: Current ticket prices

Rugby World Cup final ticket prices
Category A: £750 (£715)
Category B: £585 (£515)
Category C: £499 (£315)
Category D: £494 (£150)

Data from Viagogo. Face value in brackets.

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