2018 World Cup Soccer Sports Betting Odds to Win Tournament

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Brazil and Germany co-favorites to win the 2018 World Cup at +450 odds. Next in the wagering are France and Spain who return +600 odds. Argentina returns +1000 odds with England bringing back +1600 odds. Notable longshots include Mexico +8000 odds and host nation Russia at +5000 odds.

Brazil—Brazil has a perfect record in their international friendlies leading up to World Cup. They beat Costa Rica 2-0, Germany 1-0 and Russia 3-0. Brazilians have won five World Cups. The team has won 19 of their past 20 games. All eyes will be on Neymar. They open Group play against Switzerland on June 17th.

Germany—The team has a 1-0 loss to Brazil and tied 1-1 with Spain in friendlies this season. A surprise 2-0 loss to Austria followed. They conclude their friendlies for the World Cup with a game against Saudi Arabia. Germans are the defending 2014 champions. Nine players from the 2014 team are on the 23 man squad.

France—After a 3-2 loss to Colombia the French then pulled off three straight wins in their friendlies leading up to the World Cup. They have notable 3-1 wins to Italy and Russia. The team will face Australia in their opener on June 16th.

Spain—In friendly competitions leading up to the World Cup the Spaniards have 1-1 ties with Germany and Switzerland. They had a surprising 6-1 win to Argentina. Team has had issues scoring goals. Goalkeeper David De Gao allowed a soft goal in the tie with Switzerland leaving some supporters wondering about his mind frame for the upcoming tournament.

Argentina—It has been mixed results for Argentina in friendlies leading up to World Cup. A bad 6-1 loss to Spain and the team cancelled their game with Israel. They have 2-0 win to Italy and 4-0 to Haiti. All eyes will be on Messi and some are speculating that this could be his last World Cup.

England—The team has posted wins in friendlies against Costa Rica, Netherlands and Nigeria. It was a 1-1 tie with Italy. England has been a major disappointment in recent World Cups.

Mexico—In recent friendlies the Mexican squad has not put many goals in the net. Heading into their friendly against Denmark Mexico scored a total of five goals in five games. They have a 1-0 loss to Costa Rica and a 0-0 tie with Wales. They have a tough opener against World Cup 2014 champion Germany.

Russia—The host nation has three losses and a tie in their four friendlies in 2018. They gave up three goals in losses to Brazil and France. In those four games the Russians scored only two goals. They open the World Cup on Tuesday against Saudi Arabia.

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