2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Friday

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The 2018 World Cup knockout round moves into the quarterfinal round with two outstanding games scheduled over national television on Friday July 6th to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It gets going from Russia at 10AM Eastern Time as Uruguay will meet France on FOX Sports 1. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has France favored by -108 odds with the return on Uruguay at +288 odds. Draw returns +220 odds with the over under line set at two goals.

Uruguay has been a stout defensive team in the World Cup. They won all three group games by shutting out all opponents. In their knockout game it was Uruguay posting the 2-1 victory to Portugal. Edinson Cavani netted two goals including the game winner at 62 minutes. But a calf injury forced Cavani to leave the game and he is doubtful to start or even play on Friday. Kylian Mbappe scored in the 64th and 68th minute to lead France. A goal allowed in the 93rd minute by France allowed Argentina to make it a one goal game late.

France scored three goals total in their group games. They defeated Peru and Australia by one goal and had a 0-0 tie with Denmark to win their group. They took on Argentina in the Round of 16 and came away with a 4-3 victory.

At 2PM Eastern Time Brazil will battle Belgium on FOX Sports 1. Brazil is lined as a +110 favorite with Belgium returning +227 odds. The tie is set at +225 odds with the goal total lined at 2 ½ goals.

Brazil is the favorite to win the tournament. They began World Cup 2018 with a tie with Switzerland. What followed were 2-0 victories in each of their next three games. In the victory to Mexico in the Round of 16., goals were scored by Neymar at 51 minutes and Roberto Firmino in the 88th minute. Their defense took a hit as Danilo is out for Brazil with an ankle injury.

Belgium had a good offensive showing putting in 9 goals in group play. In their Round of 16 game the team fell behind 2-0 to Japan and made a huge comeback scoring three goals in the final 25 minutes for a 3-2 victory.

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