2017 Confederation Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Monday

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Group stages continue from the Confederation Cup from Soccer on Monday June 19th as Australia will face Germany. Things get started from Sochi Russia at 11AM Eastern Time with FOX Sports 1 providing the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Germany favored on the three way line at -365 odds with Australia l returning +635 odds. the draw returns +340 odds. Over under odds are lined at three goals.

The German squad is co-favorite to win the Confederation Cup tournament. They qualified for the Confederation Cup as the champions of World Cup 2014 in Brazil. The game will be refereed by Mark Geiger of the Unites States and will have a Canadian and US assistant. Germany is showcasing some of their young talent in this tourney. They faced Australia in the Confederations Cup in 2005 with Germany winning 4-3 in an exciting match. Only three players from their 2014 World Cup squad is participating in this tournament. In their past ten games the Germans have won eight and have two draws. The two draws came to Italy and Denmark. Their last loss came in the semifinals of Euro 2016 with a 2-0 loss to France. In the Euro 2016 tournament the team had trouble scoring with only seven goals for the entire tournament. In their 2014 World Cup championship the Germans had a +14 goal differential as they scored 18 goals and allowed only four goals.

Australia gets a tough draw in their opener. They two other matches will come against Chile and Cameroon. In 2017 the team has participated in World Cup qualifiers and have wins against UAE and Saudi Arabia and drew 1-1 with Iraq. It is the fourth appearance for Australia in the Confederations Cup and qualified as the Asian champions. Players to keep an eye on for the Australian team are Mitch Langerak and Mathew Leckie who both play in the German Bundesliga. Langerak is a goal keeper who had 34 appearances for VfB Stuttgart during the 2017 season.

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