2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Monday

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The 2018 World Cup for Monday June 18th features three games on the schedule from Group play over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action from Russia begins at 5AM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 as Sweden meets South Korea. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Sweden favored by +108 odds with South Korea returning +235 odds. The draw brings back +220 odds with the goal total set at two. There is concern about the Sweden offense. The team has been held to three goals total in their past six friendlies. They were held scoreless in their past three tune ups leading to the World Cup. Sweden was the team to knock Italy out of World Cup 2018 in qualifying. South Korea took a huge blow to their team’s chances of making the knockout round as Kwon Chang-hoon their star is out due to injury.

At 8AM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 it will be Belgium facing Panama. Belgium is favored by -700 odds with Panama bringing back +1450 odds. The total is set at 2 ½ goals with the draw lined at +560 odds. Belgium has three wins and a draw in friendlies leading up to the World Cup. Belgium has their top stars reaching their prime, so they have a shot of going deep in this tournament. Panama has had a poor showing in their friendlies scoring a total of one goal in their five games. This will be Panama’s first World Cup appearance.

The tripleheader game begins at 11AM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 with England facing Tunisia. England is the match favorite at -265 odds with Tunisia returning +775 odds. The draw is lined at +300 odds with the total set at 2 ½ goals. England is a team full of talent that disappoints in World Cups. They have three wins and a draw in their friendlies leading up to World Cup. Tunisia is dealing with an injury to their top player as Youssef Msakni is an attacker who will miss the tournament.

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