2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Sunday

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The 2018 World Cup knockout rounds continue Sunday July 1st with two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of soccer bettors worldwide.

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It all begins at 10AM Eastern Time from Russia on FOX as Spain will battle Russia. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Spain favored by -185 odds with the return on Russia at +505 odds. Goal total is lined at 2 ½ with the draw returning +265 odds. Spain finished atop Group B with five points. Team finished with two draws and a victory. Spain has allowed five goals in the group stages which was the most allowed by any group winner by far. Their first game in group stages resulted in a 3-3 tie with Portugal as the Spaniards allowed three goals by Ronaldo. In their other group games Spain beat Iran 1-0 and had a 2-2 tie with Morocco. Russia finished second in Group A. After victories to Egypt and Saudi Arabia the Russians dropped a 3-0 decision to Uruguay. Russia was not a highly regarded team entering the World Cup and did get a favorable draw with Egypt and Saudi Arabia in their group.

At 2PM Eastern Time on FOX it will be Croatia battling Denmark. Croatia is favored by -120 odds with the return on Denmark at +332 odds. Draw brings back +220 odds with the total of two goals. Croatia was a dark horse to soccer pundits and they didn’t disappoint. The Croatians were winners of Group D play with 9 points going 3-0. They have scored seven goals and allowed one in the group stages. Croatia has a notable 3-0 victory to Argentina in the group stages. Denmark was the second place team in Group C. The team finished with five points. They have struggled to score goals with only two in the three games. After a 1-0 victory to Peru it was Denmark in a 1-1 tie with Australia and 0-0 draw with France. Some were critical of Denmark for passive play by not going for the win against France. Head coach Age Hareide was content in the result and a second place finish.

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