2017 Confederations Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds to Win Tournament

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The 2017 Confederations Cup Tournament is underway from Russia as 8 teams have qualified from around the world to participate. This tournament is played in the venues from the upcoming 2018 World Cup.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Germany and Portugal the +240 odds favorites to win. Third in the wagering is Chile at +265 odds. Host nation Russia enters at +800 odds. The North American entrant Mexico is lined at +900 odds. Longshots are Cameroon +2500 odds, Australia +5000 odds and New Zealand +20,000 odds.

Germany—In the 2016 European Championships it was a third place finish for Germany. Their last appearance in the Confederations Cup was in 2005 which resulted in a third place finish. Forward Thomas Muller and Mesut Ozil are the scoring leaders for the squad entering this tournament. Notables include Toni Kross from Real Madrid.

Portugal—The veteran club is led by Cristiano Ronaldo who is the captain of the club. The defense has experience with Bruno Alves and Pepe. They drew with Mexico 2-2 in their opening group stage match.

Chile—This is an experience old Chile squad. Forward Alexis Sanchez plays for Arsenal and has played in 111 matches for Chile and has scored 37 goals for the national team.

Russia—Host nation Russia is currently ranked 41st by FIFA. Their last major tournament was Euro 2016 where the squad was eliminated in the group stages with a draw and two defeats.

Mexico—Mexico currently is the leader in the Hex for the CONCACAF World Cup 2018 qualifying. They drew with a late goal by Hector Moreno against Portugal 2-2 in their opening game. Heading into the Confederations Cup, Mexico had a disappointing draw at Azteca Stadium with the United States.

Cameroon—Won the African Cup to qualify for the Confederations Cup. Their last appearance in this tournament was in 2003 with a second place finish. They fell 2-0 to Chile in the opener.

Australia—In the 2014 World Cup in Brazil the Australians were eliminated in the Group Stages losing all three games and having a -6 goal differential.

New Zealand—Qualified as the OFC Nations Cup tournament in 2016. They appeared in the 2009 tournament and failed to advance past the group stages.

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