2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Thursday

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The 2018 World Cup group play concludes on Thursday June 28th with four games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of soccer bettors worldwide.

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Group H action gets underway at 10AM Eastern Time from Russia as Japan meets Poland on FOX Sports 1 and Senegal meets Colombia on FOX.

The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Japan favored by +120 odds with Poland bringing back +220 odds. Tie returns +205 odds with the total lined at 2 ½ goals. Three teams in this group have a shot at the knockout round. Japan sits tied with Senegal in Group H with four points. A win or a loss by Colombia and Japan moves to the knockout stage. Poland with two losses in Group Stages has been eliminated from the knockout round.

Colombia is favored by +128 odds with Senegal bringing back +335 odds. Draw returns +235 odds with the total of 2 ½ goals. Colombia with three points sits in third place in group play. With a victory Colombia will move to the knockout round. Senegal who sits tied with Japan in Group H can advance to the Round of 16 with a win or tie.

Group G is slated with a start time of 2PM Eastern Time with England meeting Belgium on FOX and Panama battles Tunisia on FOX Sports 1.

England is favored by +155 odds with Belgium bringing back +175 odds. Tie returns +200 odds with the goal total of 2 ½. Both England and Belgium sit atop Group G with six points and both teams will advance to the knockout stages. This game is being played for the top spot in the group. Belgium and England have the same goal differential. They also have the same number of goals scored and allowed. So, if the game ends in the tie the tiebreaker is the team with the least number of red cards. If still tied, then the fewest yellow cards will get the top spot.

Tunisia is favored by -120 odds with the return on Panama at +305 odds. Goal total is lined at 2 ½ with the draw bringing back +235 odds. Panama has looked like the worst of the 32 teams in this World Cup. They dropped a 3-0 decision to Belgium in their opener then lost 6-1 to England. Tunisia played England tough in their opener falling 2-1 then dropped a 5-2 decision to Belgium.

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