2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Tuesday

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The 2018 World Cup Round of 16 concludes at Tuesday July 3rd with two outstanding games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of soccer bettors worldwide.

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It all gets going at 10AM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 from Russia with Sweden facing Switzerland. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Switzerland favored by +150 odds with Sweden returning +190 odds. Draw returns +190 odds with the total set at two goals. Sweden finished atop Group F with six points. Sitting in third place entering their final game the Swedes defeated Mexico 3-0 to win the group with a +4 goal differential on Mexico. Sweden opened group play with 1-0 victory to South Korea then on a late goal lost 2-1 to Germany. The Swedes showed mental toughness bouncing back from a heartbreaking defeat to Germany.

Switzerland finished in second place in Group E with five points. The Swiss opened the World Cup with a 1-1 tie with Brazil then defeated Serbia 2-1. A 1-1 tie to Costa Rica cost Switzerland a shot at winning the group as they finished behind Brazil by two points. It was the only goal Costa Rica scored in the World Cup.

At 2PM Eastern Time on FOX Colombia will battle England. Favored is England by +110 odds with Colombia returning +246 odds. Goal total is lined at 2 with the draw returning +208 odds. Colombia finished atop Group H with six points. The Colombians opened the World Cup with a 2-1 defeat to Japan. They followed up with a 3-0 victory to Poland. Colombia needed a win to Senegal to advance to the knockout stage and earned a 1-0 win on a goal in the 74th minute. The concern for Colombia is the heath of James Rodriguez. His coaching staff hopes he can play after his injury was deemed not serious.

England finished up play in Group G with six points. They opened World Cup with wins against Tunisia and Panama and after two games the team had qualified for the knockout round. What was left was a game against Belgium to decide the winner of Group G. England failed to win their group dropping a 1-0 decision to Belgium.

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