2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Sunday

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The 2018 World Cup continue with Group play on Sunday June 24th with four games on the schedule to the delight of soccer bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 8AM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 as England will face Panama. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has England favored by -600 odds with Panama bringing back +1400 odds. The goal total is 2 ½ with the tie bringing back +500 odds. England with three points looks to keep pace with Belgium who earned a victory on Saturday to lead Group G with six points. England defeated Tunisia 2-1 in their opener behind two goals by Harry Kane. Panama is a desperate team after dropping their opener 3-0 to Belgium. A loss to England and Panama will be eliminated in the Group Stages.

On FOX TV at 11AM Eastern Time Japan will battle Senegal. The favorite is Senegal at +117 odds with the return on Japan at +230 odds. Tie returns +205 odds with the goal total of two. This is the battle between the top two teams in Group H. Japan pulled off the upset of Colombia in their opener 2-1. The Japanese had not looked good in friendlies leading up to the World Cup. Senegal upset Poland 2-1 to sit tied atop Group H.

The 2PM Eastern Time match is televised by FOX as Poland will meet Colombia. It will be Colombia lined as a +110 favorite with Poland returning +225 odds. The tie returns +225 odds with the total of 2 ½ goals. This is the side of Group H where both teams sit at the bottom after dropping their first game. Poland looks to rebound after dropping a game to Senegal. Down 2-0 the team got a goal in the 86th minute but failed to find the equalizer in the closing minutes of the game. In their 1-0 loss to Japan the Colombians continued their scoring struggles they had in their friendlies leading up to the tournament. Colombia went scoreless in 0-0 draws with Australia and Egypt prior to their defeat to Japan in their opener of Group play. James Rodriguez did not start in the loss to Japan with a calf injury.

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