2017 Confederation Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Wednesday

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The Confederation Cup soccer tournament continues on Wednesday June 20th as there are two outstanding matches scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 11AM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 from Moscow Russia as home nation Russia battles Portugal. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Portugal favored on the three way line by -109 odds with Russia returning +260 odds. The draw returns +220 odds. It was a disappointing 2-2 draw for Portugal in their first game in group play against Mexico as they surrender the equalizer in extra time of the second half. The top two finishers from Group A will advance to the semifinal round. Russia leads the group with three points with Portugal and Mexico tied for second place with 1 point apiece with two group stage games remaining. A victory by Russia and they advance into the semifinal round as six points will be enough to clinch after two games. The Russians defeated New Zealand 2-0 in their opener. It was Michael Boxall opening the scoring for Russia in the 31st minute. The insurance goal came in minute 69 by Fedor Smolov. Goalie Igor Akinfeev earned the shutout minding the net for Russia. Portugal faces New Zealand in their final group game while the Russians face another tough test by facing Mexico.

At 2PM Eastern Time from Sochi Russia has Mexico facing New Zealand on FOX Sports 1 TV. Mexico is favored on the three way line by -925 odds with New Zealand returning +2350 odds. The draw returns +500 odds. Mexico faced one goal deficits twice in their opener with Portugal. They fell behind 2-1 in the 83rd minute with a goal by Cedric. The Mexican team battled back and a late goal by Hector Moreno in the 91st minute allowed Mexico to salvage a tie and an important point. Mexico and New Zealand faced in a 2014 World Cup playoff round with Mexico winning both stages handily home and away. A loss by New Zealand coupled by a win by Portugal or Russia will eliminate New Zealand from advancing past the group rounds.

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