Brazil versus Uruguay Confederations Cup Semifinal Soccer Betting Odds Preview

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We have reached the semifinal round of the Confederations Cup from the world of soccer as eight teams competed in two groups of four each. Following the group stages we are left two each from Group A and Group B competing for a berth in the finals. It will be host nation Brazil taking on fellow South American soccer power Uruguay on Wednesday June 26th.

Start time for this semifinal match from Brazil is scheduled for 3PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by ESPN.

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The current betting odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the host nation Brazil lined as a -300 betting favorite with the return on the underdog Uruguay at +700 odds. Draw wagering is available and the take back is +445 odd if the game goes to shootout. If the game is a draw and is decided on penalties it is graded as a winner for the dray side. The bet placed to win on a team is graded as a loss if the game goes to penalty kicks.

The Confederation Cup is scheduled one year prior to the World Cup and will feature eight competing teams from foreign land. The venue staff in use for the World Cup is evaluated allowing FIFA ample amount of time to find capable replacements.

Brazil opened up play in the group stages by defeating Japan 3-0 and followed up that victory with a 2-0 win against Mexico. Their final group action came one Saturday as Brazil defeated Italy by the score of 4-2. With the win it was Brazil winning their group. Uruguay faced defending World Cup champion Spain and were defeated 2-1 as they kicked off their action in the 2013 Confederation Cup. They then faced Nigeria and it was Uruguay pulling out the 2-1 victory. Uruguay stamps their ticket into the semifinal round as they crush Tahiti 8-0 on Sunday afternoon. Their victory against Nigeria came into play as it allowed Uruguay to pass into the knockout stages. Brazil has given up just two goals total over the past three games in this Confederations Cup. They have given up three goals total in their past three starts.

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