As a lot of you will know, England take on France this weekend in an eagerly anticipated Rugby World Cup quarter-final.
These two teams have had many battles in the past and they are set to continue their rivalry on Saturday morning. England are the favourites to progress as far as rugby betting pundits are concerned, but it will be far from easy.
For one, France are a very dangerous side and more than capable of defeating England. Then, there is the off the field controversies that England need to put to one side for this match.
The behavior of the England squad has been much criticised and this has heaped extra pressure on Martin Johnson's men. Can you imagine the reaction they will get if they go crashing out at this stage?
It is unthinkable, so England need to make sure they get the job done. The extra pressure means that an early try would be very welcome indeed. But who is most likely to get over the line for England?
Chris Ashton - who has scored six tries already in this tournament - is unsurprisingly the favourite and he can be backed at 8/1 with Betfred.
Next likely to score the first try of the match as far as England are concerned is Mark Cueto, available at 12/1 with Paddy Power.
As this is the first try of the match market, France players should be considered too. Therefore, make sure you note the fact that Vincent Clerc is 11/1 with SportingBet, while Cedric Heymans is 14/1 with Ladbrokes.
Going back to England, there are some interesting bets to be placed away from wingers Ashton and Cueto. Manu Tuilagi is 13/1 with Paddy Power to score the first try for example.
However, if you fancy a proper outside bet, a selection from left field there is only one place you can go - Jonny Wilkinson. He is going to start and who can bet against him scoring a rare try? It's just a feeling, but you can back the 2003 World Cup winner at 50/1 with Betfred.
Overall, England have a number of players that could contribute the first try of this crucial match against France. Can they turn this into a winning performance though?
This, after all, is the most important thing - that England progress to the semi-finals.