2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Monday

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The 2018 World Cup knockout round features two games on the schedule over national television on Monday July 2nd to the delight of soccer bettors worldwide.

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The action from Russia gets started at 10AM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 as Brazil faces Mexico. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Brazil favored by -209 odds with Mexico bringing back +566 odds. Goal total is set at 2 ½ with the total lined at +277 odds. Brazil finished first in Group E with seven points. After opening with a 1-1 tie with Switzerland, Brazil earned victories against Costa Rica and Serbia winning both game 2-0. The team is dealing with injury issues as Marcelo is listed as doubtful and Douglas Costa is out with injuries.

Mexico survived a major scare in their final group game. The Mexican team opened the World Cup with an upset 1-0 victory to Germany and beat South Korea 2-1. They were 2-0 and had six points sitting in first place in Group F. But then came a 3-0 defeat to Sweden and Mexico was on the verge of elimination if Germany could defeat South Korea. Fortunately for Mexico the South Koreans broke a 0-0 tie with two late goals to win 2-0. Mexico has had issues winning in the knockout round in their recent history in the World Cup.

On FOX at 2PM Eastern Time it will be Belgium facing Japan. Belgium is lined as -250 odds with Japan returning +700 odds. Goal total is lined at 2 ½ with the tie returning +300 odds. Belgium was the top team in Group G winning all three games for nine points. The team opened play with victories to Panama and Iran by margin. They faced England with each team guaranteed a spot into the knockout round. Belgium won Group G by defeating England 1-0.

Japan finished in second place in Group H with four points. They sat tied with Senegal and advance only on the red and yellow card tiebreaker. They opened the World Cup with a 1-0 victory to Colombia and then tying Senegal 2-2. Japan dropped their final group game to an eliminated Poland team 1-0 amid controversy. Japan down 1-0 played passively with the yellow card tiebreaker in their favor.

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