2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Friday

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The 2018 World Cup continues Friday June 15th as there are three games on the schedule to the delight of soccer bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway from Russia at 8AM Eastern Time as Uruguay meets Egypt on FOX Sports 1 TV. The current three way line available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Uruguay favored by -1 goal at +105 odds. Uruguay is lined at -189 odds to win with Egypt bringing back +547 odds. The regulation draw returns +253 odds. Goal over under is lined at two. Egypt is dealing with injury concerns as their best player Mohammad Salah is dealing with a shoulder injury. Team is winless in five friendlies leading up to the World Cup. Uruguay are led by Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani. Team has an experienced and solid back line and could go far in this tournament. Uruguay has won all three of their friendlies leading up to the World Cup.

At 11AM Eastern Time on FOX it will be Iran facing Morocco. The favorite is Morocco at +124 odds with Iran bringing back +245 odds. The draw returns +182 odds. Goal total is set at two. Iran is dealing with equipment issues as Nike will have to withdrawal shipments due to sanctions. Striker Sardar Azmoun must be good to send the Iranians to the knockout round. Morocco won the African Nation’s cup in February beating Nigeria 4-0 in the championship game.

On FOX Sports at 2PM Eastern Time Portugal will meet Spain. Spain is favored by -111 odds with Portugal returning +290 odds. The tie returns +225 odds. Over under is set at 2 ½ goals. This is the game of the day. Portugal are defending Euro 2016 champions beating host nation France. The team had a draw in each of their three games in qualifying. Spain has been strong defensively in their international success. Their last appearance in a major tournament final was the 2012 European Cup. The Spaniards have two wins and two draws in friendlies leading up to the World Cup. They drew against Switzerland and Germany and have a notable 6-1 victory to Argentina.

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