2017 Confederation Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Sunday

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The Confederation Cup soccer tournament Championship Game is set for Sunday July 2nd as Germany will meet Chile. Things get underway from St Petersburg Russia at 2PM Eastern Time and FOX Sports 1 has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current three way odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Germany the +129 betting favorite with Chile bringing back +185 odds. The odds for the game going into Penalty Kicks is +210 odds.

Germany went to a youth movement for the 2017 Confederations Tournament. They were disappointed with their goal output in the 2016 European Championships that had a roster full of players who guided the Germans to victory in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. In the semifinal round it was Germany with the commanding 4-1 victory to Mexico. Germany was up 2-0 in the first eight minutes of the game with goals by Leon Goretzka. They took that 2-0 lead into halftime. In the 59th minute it was 3-0 Germany with a goal by Timo Werner. Shortly after Mexico cut into the German margin to 3-1 in the 89th minute, it was Germany getting their fourth goal of the game as Armin Younis scored in injury time. Germany qualified for the semifinals with a 3-2 win against Australia and a 3-1 victory to Cameroon. They drew 1-1 with Chile. In their draw with the Chileans it was Chile with a 1-0 lead in the sixth minute with a goal by Alexis Sanchez. Germany found the equalizer in the 41st minute with a goal by Lars Stindt.

Chile met Portugal in the semifinal round and it was a 0-0 tie with the game going into the penalty kick phase. Chilean goalie Claudio Bravo from Manchester City was outstanding making three consecutive saves to begin the PK’s and Chile was able to convert their first three and it was a 3-0 victory in the penalty kick phase. Chile qualified for the semifinals with the 2-0 victory to Cameroon. What followed were 1-1 ties to Germany and Australia and that was enough to move to the knockout round.

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