2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Saturday

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The 2018 World Cup is coming to a conclusion this weekend with the third place game on tap for Saturday July 14th to the satisfaction of soccer bettors worldwide.

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It begins from Russia at 10AM Eastern Time on FOX as Belgium will face England. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Belgium favored by +123 odds with the return on England at +214 odds. Goal total came in at three goals with the draw returning +209 odds.

These two teams met in Group Play with Belgium earning the 1-0 victory. England sat players as they had already qualified for the knockout stages after their first two games in the tournament and were satisfied being second in their group. The only goal of the game came in the 51st minute by Adnan Januzaj.

Belgium began the knockout stages with a 3-2 victory to Japan. They did it in dramatic fashion falling behind 2-0 and scoring three goals in the final 25 minutes of their game. Next up were the tournament favorites in Brazil. Belgium defeated Brazil 2-1. The team jumped out to the 2-0 lead in the first 31 minutes of the game. Brazil got within one goal at the 76th minute. Belgium was able to hold off a furious rally by Brazil to advance into their semifinal match with France. A goal by Samuel Umtiti in the 51st minute gave France the 1-0 lead that they held to eliminate Belgium. The French skill and speed just too much for Belgium to handle.

England faced Colombia in the opening knockout game and it was 1-1 after additional extra time with England winning in penalty kicks. It was a 1-0 lead by England that was lost in the 93rd minute that forced additional extra time and the penalty kick round. Next up for England was Sweden and behind a strong defensive effort it was a 2-0 victory. In the semifinal round England jumped out to the 1-0 lead on Croatia. But the English gave up a goal in the 68th minute to force additional extra time. Mario Mandzukic of Croatia got in front of an English defender and scored the game winner in the 109th minute.

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