2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Thursday

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The 2018 World Cup group play continues Thursday June 21st as there are three games on the schedule to the delight of soccer bettors worldwide.

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The action from Russia begins at 8AM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 TV as Denmark faces Australia. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Denmark favored by -123 odds with Australia returning +315 odds. The tie brings back +235 odds with the goal total of two. Denmark has three points in Group C after their 1-0 victory to Peru in their opener. A goal by Yussuf Poulsen in the 58th minute held up as Peru missed on a penalty shot. Australia has no points in Group C action after losing 2-1 to France. It was a 1-1 tie late until Australia allowed the game winning goal in the 80th minute.

At 11AM Eastern Time on FOX it will be France facing Peru. France is favored by -195 odds with Peru returning +475 odds. The draw sits at +290 odds with the total of 2 ½ goals. France sits with three points in Group C with their 2-1 victory to Australia. It was a great game in goal by goaltender Hugo Lloris who turned away good scoring opportunities by the Australians. Peru has no points in Group C after their 1-0 defeat to Denmark. Peru had their opportunities but couldn’t push a goal past Denmark goaltender Kasper Schmeichel who had a great game. A loss by Peru and Australia and both teams will be eliminated in Group Play.

On FOX TV at 2PM Eastern Time Argentina faces Croatia. Argentina is favored by +102 odds with Croatia lined at +265 odds. The draw is set at +210 odds with the total lined at 2 ½ goals. Croatia sits in first place in Group D after their 2-0 victory to Nigeria in their opener. Croatians goals came from an own goal and penalty shot. Argentina has one point in Group D after their 1-1 tie with Iceland. Lionel Messi blew a penalty shot that would have given the Argentina side a victory and three points. Messi did have difficulty finding space against the Iceland defense.

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