2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Wednesday

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The 2018 World Cup for Wednesday June 20th features three games on the schedule to the delight of soccer bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 8AM Eastern Time from Russia on FOX Sports 1 as Portugal will meet Morocco. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Portugal favored by -302 odds with Morocco returning +626 odds. Draw is set at +394 odds with the goal total lined at 2 ½ goals. Portugal has one point in Group play after their 3-3 tie to Spain in their opener. It was a fantastic game by Ronaldo who finished with three goals. He was unlucky to not earn an assist as he fed teammates with great scoring chances. Portugal down 3-2 late got the game tying goal by Ronaldo in the 88th minute for that crucial point. Morocco has no points in Group B after dropping a 1-0 decision to Iran to open play. Tough way to lose for Morocco by allowing the game winning goal in the 95th minute.

At 11AM Eastern Time on FOX it will be Uruguay facing Saudi Arabia. Uruguay is favored by -1000 odds with Saudi Arabia returning +1700 odds. Draw brings back +700 odds with the total set at 2 ½ goals. Uruguay is tied with Russia with three points in Group A play after their 1-0 victory to Egypt. Concern for Luis Suarez who missed three good goal opportunities. Saudi Arabia faced a tough task to move past the group stages after their 5-0 defeat to Russia in the opener.

The tripleheader game goes off at 2PM Eastern Time on FOX as it will be Iran battling Spain. The favorite is Spain at -706 odds with Iran bringing back +1327 odds. Draw returns +589 odds with the total of 2 ½ goals. Spain blew an opportunity to earn three points in their opener by allowing a goal in the 88th minute of a 3-3 tie with Portugal. Spain’s goalie David De Gea allowed another soft goal and the Spaniard fans are outraged. Iran leads Group B with three points. An own goal by Morocco in the 95th minute gave the Iranians a 1-0 victory in their opener.

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