2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Saturday

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The 2018 World Cup quarterfinal round will conclude on Saturday July 7th with two outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of soccer bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway from Russia at 10AM Eastern Time on FOX as Sweden will meet England. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has England favored by -110 odds with the return on Sweden at +295 odds. Draw brings back +220 odds with the total of two goals.

Sweden has been good defensively in this tournament allowing two goals in their four games. The team has three shutout performances including in the Round of 16 where the Swedes beat Switzerland 1-0. The game winner came in the 66th minute by Emil Forsberg. Sweden entered the knockout stages after an impressive 3-0 victory to Mexico to allow the team quality for the Round of 16 and win the group.

England survived a penalty kick shootout round beating Colombia to move to the quarterfinals. Colombia forced the additional extra time as they scored the equalizer in the 93rd minute to make it 1-1. Harry Kane made it 1-0 on a penalty kick in the 57th minute. England caught a huge break as Colombian superstar James Rodriguez did not play due to injury.

At 2PM Eastern Time on FOX host nation Russia meets Croatia. The favorite is Croatia at +118 odds with Russia returning +235 odds. The tie is set at +200 odds with the total lined at two goals.

Russia took advantage of a good draw with Egypt and Saudi Arabia in their group. The Russians finished second to Uruguay in their group. It was a 3-0 victory by Uruguay against Russia in their final group contest. Russia drew 1-1 with Spain and won the penalty kicks to advance to the quarterfinals.

Croatia was impressive winning their group allowing only 1 goal in the three games. They produced a 3-0 victory to Argentina. In their Round of 16 it was Croatia winning in penalty kicks against Denmark. The Croatians fell behind 1-0 in the first minute and got the equalizer three minutes later by Mario Mandzukic. There was no further scoring the rest of the way.

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