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Bet365 World Cup 2 goals ahead offer

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Place a pre-match single bet on the Full Time Result market for any World Cup 2018 match and if the team you back to win goes 2 goals ahead at any stage during normal time, we will settle your bet early as a winner regardless of the final result. This offer applies to pre-match single bets on the Full Time Result market for any World Cup 2018 match, up to and including the final on Sunday 15th July. This offer will not apply where a stake has been fully Cashed Out. Where a stake has been partially Cashed Out and your team goes two goals ahead, the bet will be settled on the remaining active stake. If a qualifying bet is edited using our Edit Bet feature prior to kick-off and your team goes two goals ahead, the bet will be settled on the new stake. Where a bet has been edited to include or amend a selection for an event that is In-Play, the offer will no longer apply. T&Cs apply. Only available to new and eligible customers.

World Cup 2018 Early Payout Offer

How it works: 1. Place a pre-match single bet on the Full Time Result market for any World Cup 2018 match. 2. If the team you back to win goes 2 goals ahead at any stage during normal time, we will settle your bet early as a winner regardless of the final result. See details directly at Bet365's website. 18+ Please gamble responsibly!
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Bet365 Significant Terms and Conditions World Cup 2018 Early Payout Offer

• This offer is only available to new and eligible customers. • This offer applies to pre-match single bets on the Full Time Result market for any World Cup 2018 match, up to and including the final on Sunday 15th July. • This offer will not apply where a stake has been fully Cashed Out. Where a stake has been partially Cashed Out and your team goes two goals ahead, the bet will be settled on the remaining active stake. • If a qualifying bet is edited using our Edit Bet feature prior to kick-off and your team goes two goals ahead, the bet will be settled on the new stake. Where a bet has been edited to include or amend a selection for an event that is In-Play, the offer will no longer apply.

Bet365 Full Terms and Conditions World Cup 2018 Early Payout Offer

1. This offer is only available to new and eligible customers. You can see a full list of your available offers by logging in and selecting the Offers section on mobile or the Promotions section on desktop. bet365 maintains a record of customer contact in relation to eligibility for offers and this record, including the date and time of any restrictions being imposed, will be final in the event of any dispute. 2. Applies to pre-match single bets on the Full Time Result market for all games from World Cup 2018, from Thursday 14th June 2018 up to and including the final on Sunday 15th July 2018. 3. The offer does not apply to bets placed on the Draw selection in each game. 4. Your bet will be paid out in full if your team is winning by two goals at any stage of the match regardless of the final result. 5. This offer applies to the Full Time Result market which is settled on 90 minutes play. This includes any added injury or stoppage time but does not include extra time or time allocated for a penalty shootout. 6. This offer will not apply where a stake has been fully Cashed Out. Where a stake has been partially Cashed Out and your team goes two goals ahead, the bet will be settled on the remaining active stake. 7. If a qualifying bet is edited using our Edit Bet feature prior to kick-off and your team goes two goals ahead, the bet will be settled on the new stake. Where a bet has been edited to include or amend a selection for an event that is In-Play, the offer will no longer apply. 8. This offer will not apply to bets placed through the Bet Builder feature unless the bet is a pre-match single on the Full Time Result market. 9. We will aim to settle all qualifying bets and have funds credited into your account within 15 minutes of your selection going two goals ahead. 10. If your bet is paid out early in accordance with this offer it will not be paid out again if your selection goes on to win the match. 11. Where any term of the offer or promotion is breached or there is any evidence of a series of bets placed by a customer or group of customers, which due to enhanced payments, Free Bets, risk free bets, Bet Credits or any other promotional offer results in guaranteed customer profits irrespective of the outcome, whether individually or as part of a group, bet365 may reclaim the enhanced payment, Free Bet, risk free bet or Bet Credit element of such offers and/or void any bet funded by the Free Bet or Bet Credits. In addition, where there is evidence of such activity, bet365 may levy an administration charge on the customer up to the value of the Bet Credits, Free Bet, risk free bet or enhanced payment towards the administrative costs incurred in identifying and taking action against the activity. 12. et365 may reclaim any bonus amount, Free Bets, Bet Credits or enhanced payments that have been awarded in error. 13. bet365 may, at any time, make minor amendments to this promotion to correct typographical errors or to improve on clarity or customer experience and may cancel this promotion for legal or regulatory reasons. 14. Employees, officers and directors of bet365, its promotional or other agencies, licensees and licensors, service providers and any other associated or affiliated companies shall not be eligible for the promotion. The same terms shall apply to the direct families of such persons.

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Bet365 World Cup 2018 penalty payback offer

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Place a bet on the To Win Outright market for World Cup 2018 and if any team you back is eliminated on penalties, we will refund your losing bet. This offer is available on Win and Each Way bets on the World Cup 2018 To Win Outright market until the final kicks off at 16:00 UK Time on Sunday 15th July. This offer will not apply where a stake has been fully Cashed Out. Where a stake has been partially Cashed Out only the remaining active stake will be refunded. If a qualifying bet is edited using our Edit Bet feature prior to kick-off and the team you back is eliminated on penalties, only the new stake will be refunded. Where a bet has been edited to include or amend a selection for an event that is In-Play, the offer will no longer apply. Bets placed from your Withdrawable Balance will be refunded to your Withdrawable Balance and bets placed using Bet Credits will be refunded as Bet Credits. T&Cs apply. Only available to new and eligible customers.

World Cup 2018 Penalty Payback

How it works: 1. Place a bet on the To Win Outright market for World Cup 2018. 2. If any team you back is eliminated on penalties, we will refund your losing bet. See details directly at Bet365's website. 18+ Please gamble responsibly!
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Bet365 Significant Terms and Conditions World Cup 2018 Penalty Payback

• This offer is only available to new and eligible customers. • This offer is available on Win and Each Way bets on the World Cup 2018 To Win Outright market until the final kicks off at 16:00 UK Time on Sunday 15th July. • This offer will not apply where a stake has been fully Cashed Out. Where a stake has been partially Cashed Out only the remaining active stake will be refunded. • If a qualifying bet is edited using our Edit Bet feature prior to kick-off and the team you back is eliminated on penalties, only the new stake will be refunded. Where a bet has been edited to include or amend a selection for an event that is In-Play, the offer will no longer apply. • Bets placed from your Withdrawable Balance will be refunded to your Withdrawable Balance and bets placed using Bet Credits will be refunded as Bet Credits.

Bet365 Full Terms and Conditions World Cup 2018 Penalty Payback

1. This offer is only available to new and eligible customers. You can see a full list of your available offers by logging in and selecting the Offers section on mobile or the Promotions section on desktop. bet365 maintains a record of customer contact in relation to eligibility for offers and this record, including the date and time of any restrictions being imposed, will be final in the event of any dispute. 2. This offer is available on Win and Each Way bets on the World Cup 2018 To Win Outright market until the final kicks off at 16:00 UK Time on Sunday 15th July. 3. Where a team is eliminated on penalties, in multiple bets they will be treated as a non-runner. 4. This offer only applies to teams eliminated after a penalty shoot-out. 5. If a team loses the World Cup 2018 final on penalties only the win part of Each Way bets will be refunded. The returns from the place part of Each Way bets will be subject to the normal settlement rules. 6. This offer will not apply where a stake has been fully Cashed Out. Where a stake has been partially Cashed Out only the remaining active stake will be refunded. 7. If a qualifying bet is edited using our Edit Bet feature prior to kick-off and the team you back is eliminated on penalties, only the new stake will be refunded. Where a bet has been edited to include or amend a selection for an event that is In-Play, the offer will no longer apply. 8. Where this offer is applied in conjunction with a Bet Builder bet, and the team you back are eliminated on penalties, the stake of the Bet Builder bet will be refunded if one of the selections in the bet is a To Lift the Trophy market. 9. Bets placed from your Withdrawable Balance will be refunded to your Withdrawable Balance and bets placed using Bet Credits will be refunded as Bet Credits. 10. Where any term of the offer or promotion is breached or there is any evidence of a series of bets placed by a customer or group of customers, which due to enhanced payments, Free Bets, risk free bets, Bet Credits or any other promotional offer results in guaranteed customer profits irrespective of the outcome, whether individually or as part of a group, bet365 may reclaim the enhanced payment, Free Bet, risk free bet or Bet Credit element of such offers and/or void any bet funded by the Free Bet or Bet Credits. In addition, where there is evidence of such activity, bet365 may levy an administration charge on the customer up to the value of the Bet Credits, Free Bet, risk free bet or enhanced payment towards the administrative costs incurred in identifying and taking action against the activity. 11. bet365 may reclaim any bonus amount, Free Bets, Bet Credits or enhanced payments that have been awarded in error. 12. bet365 may, at any time, make minor amendments to this promotion to correct typographical errors or to improve on clarity or customer experience and may cancel this promotion for legal or regulatory reasons. 13. Employees, officers and directors of bet365, its promotional or other agencies, licensees and licensors, service providers and any other associated or affiliated companies shall not be eligible for the promotion. The same terms shall apply to the direct families of such persons.

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The best match bets of the World Cup group stage

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We look at the first round of World Cup group fixtures and seek out the best possible value. The 2018 World Cup kicks off on Thursday 14 June, with Russia clashing with Saudi Arabia and we’re casting our eye over the first round of group games to hunt out the best value. The Russians are a terrible price to win this curtain-raiser considering they have a low FIFA ranking, although there are some better odds over the coming days should you want to strike some bets. URUGUAY look a decent shout at 4/7 odds with bet365* (betting odds taken on June 5th, 2018 at 2:19 a.m.) for the other Group A opener if the South American side can tame Mohamed Salah and his Egyptian teammates. La Celeste have * (betting odds taken on June 5th, 2018 at 2:19 a.m.) in attack and will be out to make this a successful tournament in an easy section. The Uruguayans * (betting odds taken on June 5th, 2018 at 2:19 a.m.)in the CONMEBOL qualifying section and Oscar Tabarez has a wealth of experience within the ranks, while there are* (betting odds taken on June 5th, 2018 at 2:19 a.m.)coming through. * (betting odds taken on June 5th, 2018 at 2:19 a.m.) on 15 June when they face Portugal in their Group B opener. While the European champions will play defensively, the* (betting odds taken on June 5th, 2018 at 2:19 a.m.) to create chances and get an early three points on the board. An eye-catching * (betting odds taken on June 5th, 2018 at 2:19 a.m.) suggests that La Roja could be the team to beat this summer and there’s a bunch of midfield playmakers who can keep the ball and make life difficult. ICELAND are 8/1 odds at bet365* (betting odds taken on June 5th, 2018 at 2:19 a.m.) to beat Argentina in their Group D opener, with the European side looking to nullify Lionel Messi and the other dangerous forwards, with a potential shock on the cards for the European team. The Icelanders play with no fear and will consider the opener as the best time to be facing La Albiceleste who have well-documented defensive problems. CROATIA are a 17/20 poke with bet365* (betting odds taken on June 5th, 2018 at 2:19 a.m.) to beat Nigeria and there could be a gulf in class between the two teams, with the former likely to dominate the ball in midfield and it could see them come through comfortably. Luka Modric and Ivan Rakitic are particularly adept at controlling the game and their experiences for Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively provide a big advantage. SERBIA also look a big shout to overcome Costa Rica in the Group E curtain-raiser, with the Serbs likely to have a big following in Russia and they have an experienced spine of players which can help them enjoy a winning start. World Cup 2018 Outright Winner Odds*
  • Brazil 4/1
  • Germany 9/2
  • Spain 6/1
  • France 13/2
  • Argentina 9/1
  • Belgium 11/1
  • England 16/1
  • Portugal 25/1
  • Uruguay 28/1
  • Croatia 33/1
  • Colombia 40/1
  • Russia 40/1
  • Poland 66/1
  • Switzerland 100/1
  • Denmark 100/1
  • Mexico 100/1
  • Sweden 150/1
  • Bar 200/1
* (Betting Odds taken at 4:07 p.m. on June 4th, 2018)
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Who will embarrass England at the 2018 World Cup?

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While England will have a genuinely tough battle at the World Cup 2018 in the group stage against Belgium, their other two group match against Tunisia and Panama are expected to be won by the Three Lions. But are Gareth Southgate’s men in any danger of being embarrassed in the group stage? Frankly, this is not about pessimism, it is about a beat of realism because their track record in major international tournaments isn’t great.

Track record of failures

Look at their European Championship campaign two years ago. A 1-1 draw with Russia, a last-minute win over Wales and then a 0-0 draw with Slovakia. Then their big crash in the round of sixteen against Iceland. They didn’t exactly cover themselves in glory there. Four years ago at the 2014 World Cup, it was even worse for them as they limped out of the group stage with just the one point from their three games. The defeats against Italy and Uruguay were hard to swallow yes, but at least they were against average quality opponents. But their 0-0 draw with Costa Rica in their final match summed them up, no fight and no desire, combined with a lack of quality saw them go home with their tails tucked well and truly between their legs. Go back a further four years to the 2010 World Cup and you may recall their 1-1 draw with the USA, their 0-0 draw with Algeria and then their 1-0 struggle against Slovenia. So it’s not as if England haven’t been without their embarrassing results recently at major tournaments. Which makes the fact that they are taking on two relative minnows at the World Cup all that more nerve-wracking. The Three Lions should be going out and comfortably beating Panama and Tunisia but there is still an air of trepidation and all confidence is surely tinged with a drop or two of doubt about whether or not the Three Lions will actually be able to turn out the points. England’s first test at the World Cup comes against Tunisia on June 18th and the Three Lions are 1/3 odds-on favourites at Bet365* (betting odds taken on March 5th, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.) to win that fixture. England went up against Tunisia at France ‘98 in the group stage and took a 2-0 win thanks to Alan Shearer and Paul Scholes getting on the scoresheet. Tunisia are currently ranked 23rd in the world and from their four previous World Cup appearances they have never managed to get past the group stage. In fact, their record is W1 D4 L7 from their twelve previous World Cup matches. Not a threat but the African nation are likely going to be the ones who will come the closest to embarrassing England. We’re not suggesting that The Eagles of Carthage are going to go out and beat the Three Lions. However England weren’t a high scoring side in qualification against some average looking opposition and you wonder if they have the clinical finishing in them to see off a side who are likely just going to turn out and be as stubborn of a defensive side as they can be. England should have fewer troubles against Panama because the quality of their defence and overall ability isn’t there compared to that of even Tunisia. They are making their debut in the competition and it is except that they will be going away from the experience without a point and without a goal. It just appears to be one of those World Cup games which not even England can stuff up. England take on Panama on June 24th and they are 4/5 odds at bet365 to win to nil* (betting odds taken on March 5th, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.).    England are 11/5 odds at bet365* (betting odds taken on March 5th, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.) to go home at the stage of last sixteen and are a massive 7/1 to screw things up royally and go home at the group stage. They should be in the round of sixteen. Can they get there without embarrassment?
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World Cup 2018 Group A betting preview and prediction

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Uruguay look set to go well in 2018 World Cup Group A and should be a cut above Russia, Egypt and Saudi Arabia The current odds at bet365 are 4/5* (betting odds taken from June 7th, 2018 at 5:08 a.m.) on Uruguay winning Group A, with La Celeste looking like the only team that boasts quality from front to back in this section. Oscar Tabarez is understandably preaching caution ahead of showdowns against Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Russia, although the reality is that the Uruguayans are a team that finished second in South American qualifying and have a strong nucleus within the squad that can help them win the group. Tabarez is one of the longest-serving international managers and he can call upon the twin strike threat of Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani, with the pair coming into the tournament off the back of successful domestic seasons.

Uruguay Strong Defensively

Defensively, Uruguay should be able to stop the other Group A teams from scoring and you might do worse than back the South Americans to win to nil in every match, with Diego Godin and Jose Maria Gimenez having operated brilliantly for Atletico Madrid and they should mop up everything in Russia. Tabarez has plenty of options in the midfield section thanks to the emergence of some exciting talent and it could be a tussle between the other three teams to see who lands the runner-up spot and gets the unenviable clash of meeting Spain in the last sixteen.

Tournament Hosts a risky option?

Russia are the favourites to qualify, although it’s a risky bet considering that the tournament hosts haven’t played a competitive match since being knocked out of Euro 2016 at the group stage. The Russians weren’t up to much at the 2017 Confederations Cup where they suffered two defeats although a 3-3 friendly draw against Spain suggests there could be goals in the team.

World Cup Group A Winner Odds*

Uruguay 4/5 Russia 9/5 Egypt 11/2 Saudi Arabia 40/1 * (betting odds taken from June 7th, 2018 at 5:08 a.m.) A Group A opener against Saudi Arabia is a big positive for Stanislav Cherchesov’s team who will be confident of picking off their Asian opponents, despite the big concerns over the defensive positions. The midfield unit looks a lot stronger, with Aleksandr Golovin, Aleksei Miranchuk and Alan Dzagoev bringing plenty to the table. However, Egypt will also be feeling bullish about their chances in this section, especially if they can avoid defeat in their opener against Uruguay. The Pharaohs boast Mohamed Salah who has been brilliant for Liverpool this season and he usually delivers for his national team too, although he might not get the service he enjoys at club level. Hector Cuper is not an attacking manager and will hope that his Egyptian team can defend stoutly and then counter-attack to good effect, with Ramy Rabia and Ahmed Hegazi operating in front of veteran goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary. Not having a Plan B could be a concern.

Group A Betting Tips

Uruguay to win Group A Uruguay – Russia Straight Forecast

World Cup 2018 outright winner odds at bet365*

Brazil 4/1 Germany 9/2 Spain 6/1 France 13/2 Argentina 9/1 Belgium 11/1 England 16/1 Portugal 25/1 Uruguay 28/1 Croatia 33/1 Columbia 40/1 Russia 40/1 Poland 66/1 Denmark 100/1 Mexico 100/1 Switzerland 100/1 Sweden 150/1 Bar 200/1 * (betting odds taken on June 6, 2018 at 4:03 a.m.)
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World Cup 2018 group betting – predictions & winner odds

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After the outright winner market, one of the most popular areas that punters will be looking at for their World Cup 2018 betting is the group stage. World Cup 2018 group betting comes in many varied forms. You have the obvious outright winner and the "to qualify" market" which will draw a lot of appeal and the nice thing about group betting at the 2018 World Cup, is that you will know your outcome pretty quickly compared to the overall tournament winner selection, which you have to wait a whole month for. The bulk of all of the matches at the 2018 World Cup will be played in the group stage as in total there are a 48 matches played in the first round action. That’s a lot of individual match betting to be done, but here we are going to take a look at the best betting options for World Cup 2018 group betting.

World Cup 2018 Outright Winner Odds*

Brazil 4/1, Germany 9/2, Spain 6/1, France 13/2, Argentina 9/1, Belgium 11/1, England 18/1, Portugal 25/1, Croatia 33/1, Uruguay 33/1, Colombia 40/1, Russia 40/1, Poland 50/1, bar 100/1* (betting odds taken from Bet365 at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018) [bbutton bookmaker="bet365"]

World Cup 2018 Group A betting - predictions & winner odds

Group A at the 2018 World Cup is fascinating. Host nation Russia must be sweating a bit as they look at what they have to deal with. They are likely to come under considerable threat from South American nation Uruguay in the race for top spot. But given how poor Russia have been for some while now, there is the bubbling threat of Egypt who may come to the tournament and pose the big upset threat to the Russians. Russia opens the World Cup as hosts against Saudi Arabia on Thursday, June 14 and they are odds-on favourites to get the win in the match. Frankly, if they don’t, then they are going to be in for a rough ride. Russia’s second game is against Egypt, and the entire country of Egypt will be waiting on the fitness of their superstar Mo Salah who was injured in the UEFA Champions League final for Liverpool against Real Madrid. Egypt are underdogs for their games against Uruguay and Russia, but you just wonder if Salah is there and fit, with they be able to frustrate the hosts? Overall Uruguay certainly look the strongest nation in the group and at 11/10 odds to win group a with bet365* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018), that looks a reasonable place to start. In the Group A to qualify market, Russia are at 4/11 odds but their current form is pretty much in the gutter. During 2017 they lost matches against the Ivory Coast and Mexico, while they played out a draw against Iran and didn’t make an impact on home soil during the 2017 Confederations Cup. So really the exciting question the group raises is whether or not Egypt, who so nearly held Portugal to draw in a March friendly, can upset Russia. Egypt are 8/15 odds to qualify* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018). prediction group win world cup 2018Prediction: Uruguay should top the group, and while Russia will be made to sweat they should just do enough to squeeze through.

World Cup 2018 Group B betting - predictions & winner odds

Group B at the 2018 World Cup looks one of the more cut and dry groups. That is because there are two strong European nations in there with Portugal and Spain taking on Morocco and Iran. So it’s not too difficult to predict the outcome of that. Spain and Portugal go head-to-head in the group opener which is one to look forward to on Friday, June 15, and the Spaniards are 20/21 odds favourites* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018) to get the victory in that match. Realistically that’s going to be the group decider. Neither Iran or Morocco are likely to do anywhere near enough to muscle their way into upsetting one of European nations to take a qualification spot away from them. This is a group where it’s probably worth looking for a straight forecast and you can take 11/10 odds on Spain* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018) to finish in first place and Portugal finishing second. prediction group win world cup 2018Prediction: There should be a straightforward outcome in this one and as Spain looking far better shape than Portugal do, Spain are likely to top the group with Portugal qualifying behind them.

World Cup 2018 Group C betting - predictions & winner odds

Group C at the 2018 World Cup hosts France, Denmark, Peru and Australia. The clear favourites there are France who are 4/9 odds-on favourites* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018) to win the group. Given their current standing in the world game and their great tournament showing at Euro 2016, it will be surprising if France didn’t win the group and they have to be pretty happy with the draw that they have received. So who is worth backing behind them to also qualify? This is a pretty straightforward answer as well as far as we can see as Denmark are 4/6 odds to qualify at bet365* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018). The Danes put together pretty solid qualification campaign and its been many a year since we have seen a Denmark side as good as this current one is. They have flashes of brilliance in their squad, notably through Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen, and looking at them, and the way that they handled themselves in the World Cup qualifying play-offs against Ireland, they should hold off Peru and Australia comfortably enough. prediction group win world cup 2018Prediction: A straight 1-2 for Europe in this one with France topping the group and Denmark comfortably following them through.

World Cup 2018 Group D betting - predictions & winner odds

Group D at the 2018 World Cup should be fiercely competitive and it is one of the ones where qualification isn’t quite as cut and dry. You have Argentina who are the odds-on favourites to actually win the group, but certainly, with some bad chinks in their armour exposed during World Cup 2018 qualifying, the other teams in the group will really fancy having a go at them. Yes Argentina have in Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and co, but they haven’t played all that well as a team, certainly not as an offensive force. You have Nigeria and Iceland in the group as well both of which will bring their own unique qualities. The Super Eagles were quite enterprising and solid enough through the qualification campaign. They look stronger than they were four years ago when they did go up against Argentina in the group stage and nearly scored an upset over the Albiceleste. Iceland were one of the stars of Euro 2016 after their fantastic run against the odds, and they beat Croatia in their World Cup qualification group to top spot. So it will be interesting to see how they handle themselves in their first ever World Cup. Iceland are 4/1 odds underdogs in the group to qualify with Nigeria at 14/5* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018). It’s the presence of Croatia, one of the more notable dark horses for Russia 2018 that makes the group so fascinating. They have the squad to really put together a strong challenge to Argentina in winning the group. There are technically very sound and going to be a very difficult side for anybody to have to go up against. prediction group win world cup 2018Prediction: Group D looks as if each of the teams are capable of taking points off the others. So this should be pretty tight. It may just be worth backing underdogs Croatia at 13/5 odds to beat Argentina* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018) to win the group. You would still have the back Argentina to qualify through though, but the presence of Nigeria make really cause them to sweat. [bbutton bookmaker="bet365"]

World Cup 2018 Group E betting - predictions & winner odds

Group E should be a straightforward betting affair for punters. Brazil other 2/5 odds favourites* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018) to top that pool. We get a great Brazil versus Switzerland group opener as well to look for to. Brazil just look fantastic at the moment, and with or without Neymar they should be able to qualify here comfortably enough as group winners. Switzerland had a good qualification campaign, only falling short at the very last hurdle in failing to get the draw against Portugal which they needed to win the group. Still, Switzerland look enterprising at the moment and have been playing some positive stuff. Perhaps only questionable thing in this group is whether or not Serbia can have an impact. Because of the fixtures, if Serbia win their opener over Costa Rica and Switzerland lose their opener against Brazil, Serbia will have a bit of a foothold in the group. Because then if they could go out and get a result against the Swiss in their second group stage match that would put them through to the next round. So the game between Serbia and Switzerland on June 22 should be a tense one. Serbia after all did battle their way through a tough group containing Ireland, Wales and Austria in World Cup qualification and could just make things interesting in the race to qualify behind Brazil. prediction group win world cup 2018Prediction: Brazil should stroll their way to winning the group, and we don’t think that is in much doubt. But just because the way the fixtures are set up in group B, we can see a window of opportunity to back Serbia at 11/8 odds to qualify* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018).

World Cup 2018 Group F betting - predictions & winner odds

Group F has the reigning world champions Germany as the 4/9 odds on favourites* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018) to win it. It’s hard to picture a scenario where that doesn’t actually happen. In the group, Germany will be taking on Mexico, Sweden and South Korea. Considering how strong Germany have looked since their Euro 2016 exit and being bolstered by a new young scoring sensation in the form of Timo Werner, they should be just fine. With South Korea not expected to really be in the picture for any qualification hope, it leaves a tussle between Mexico and Sweden to join Germany in the next round. So which way to swing on that one? It’s worth going against the bookmaker’s on this one. Of the two Mexico are 11/10 odds to qualify with Sweden at 6/4 odds* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018). The longer value on the Europeans looks a great option to take because of what they achieved during qualification not only in holding off the Netherlands but also landing a convincing win over the French. There appears to be some value on a Germany and Sweden dual forecast at 7/4 odds* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018). prediction group win world cup 2018Prediction: There should be no stopping Germany landing the group win. Because of how good Sweden have looked in the last year or so it’s worth backing them to make it a European 1-2 in the group.

World Cup 2018 Group G betting - predictions & winner odds

This is another one of the groups where it’s not too difficult to predict the top two teams. Predicting the order of those top two teams is a little trickier. Belgium and England are the clear front runners in Group H for World Cup 2018 betting. Of those two European challengers it is Belgium who are the 5/6 odds-on favourites* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018) to win the group with England coming in at 11/8 odds with bet365* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018). The rest of the group is made up by Panama who are making their World Cup debut and African nation Tunisia. The set up of the group stage matches means that when England and Belgium meet on June 28 in the final round of group stage matches, there is a strong probability that they will both be sat on six points and this will be the expected group decider. At this point, one of them could have a goal difference over the other which means that they would be happy enough to settle for a draw. Also because both Belgium and England would have qualified in that scenario, both nations may also take the chance to rest some players ahead of the knockout phase. The early price on the game has Belgium as 7/5 odds favourites with England at 2/1* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018). England actually do have a very strong head-to-head against the Red Devils. prediction group win world cup 2018Prediction: It is going to be interesting who does come out on top in this group because Belgium and England look very evenly matched. The one difference between them perhaps is that Belgium may be able to come up with enough goals just to edge out the three Lions and a Belgium/England straight forecast is at 11/10* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018).

World Cup 2018 Group H betting - predictions & winner odds

There should be a competitive group battle between Poland, Senegal, Columbia and Japan in Group H. Of those four, Japan look the least likely to get themselves into the qualification frame. But it leaves a tight three-way scrap between Columbia, Poland and Senegal and each have their strengths. The bookmakers have sided with Columbia being the strongest of those three and the South Americans are 7/4 odds to win Group H* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018). However there looks to be better value on Poland 2/1 odds* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018), as they were untroubled through qualification, and they produced some great tournament football at Euro 2016 where they were not overawed by the occasion. Poland also look strong up front for the sheer presence of Robert Lewandowski alone and they actually do appeal to win this tight group. Columbia's World Cup qualification campaign wasn’t anything special, and after their highs of four years ago in Brazil it could fall flat for them this time around. The challenge of Senegal, who have a lot of English Premier League players in their ranks is going to be interesting. They are going to turn up with pace and power and that’s something that could really trouble Columbia when they to go head-to-head. Looking at the three contenders for the qualification spots from group H, it's not hard to imagine the more taking points off each other. This should be the tightest group of all of them. prediction group win world cup 2018Prediction: Who is better suited to win out in a tight battle question mark? For us Poland as the most appeal, as they are likely to produce more going forward than the other two contenders. Just because Columbia have not looked anything special for the last couple of years, we would even go as far to seriously consider the 13/8 odds on Senegal to qualify* (betting odds taken at 00:13 a.m. on May 29th, 2018) ahead of them.

World Cup 2018 Group Stage Predictions

  • Group A: Uruguay, Russia
  • Group B: Spain, Portugal
  • Group C: France, Denmark
  • Group D: Croatia, Argentina
  • Group E: Brazil, Serbia
  • Group F: Germany, Sweden
  • Group G: Belgium, England
  • Group H: Poland, Senegal
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World Cup 2018 Winner predictions – favourites & odds

De Bruyne - Lukaku (Belgium)
Each of the nations turning up at the 2018 World Cup will be bringing their own unique qualities and strengths to the table. Some nations will be turning up knowing that they aren’t going to win the tournament outright and where even getting out of the group stage would be deemed a success for them. Other nations will be arriving in Russia with huge expectations of winning the event. Here we preview the main contenders for the 2018 World Cup title and will assess the chances of a couple of the strongest outsiders with the most potential to defy larger odds and pull off an upset.

Brazil - will they succeed again?

Brazil are the most successful nation ever in the history of the World Cup having won the title five times and having lost in two other finals. Four years ago on home soil, they were looking like the ones to beat but their campaign came crashing down in heavy loss against eventual champions Germany at the semi-final stage. Four years on Brazil are looking stronger than ever and could take some stopping in the tournament. Even though on their fitness concerns over star striker Neymar, Brazil look to have a more well-rounded squad and better options than they did four years ago. The Selecao have now world-class goalkeeper in Roma’s Alisson and they have a bit of steel in the middle of the park with the likes of Manchester City’s Fernandinho and Real Madrid’s Casemiro. Then there is the usual Brazilian flair and they have great options in the likes of William, Philippe Coutinho, Fred, Neymar, Roberto Firmino and Gabriel Jesus. If Neymar, who has scored 53 goals in just 83 caps for his country, is fit following his broken foot injury picked up in early 2018, Brazil’s chances of getting their hands on the title will increase. They have a good back up in Gabriel Jesus who is the 3/1 second favouirte* (betting odds taken from bet365 at 4:25 p.m. on May 25, 2018) to finish as their top scorer at the tournament. Perhaps the one area where Brazil may fall short is in defence. They have an experienced backline with the likes of Thiago Silva and Marcelo, but it’s most certainly not the youngest defence with their main core all over the age of 30. They are justifiably one of the front runners to win the 2018 World Cup, and they pretty much cruised their way through qualification. Anything less than a place in the final four for Brazil would be a huge disappointment for the country, most likely for the neutrals and it would also be a huge surprise given how good their squad looks. Brazil are odds-on favourites to win each of their group stage matches which are against Switzerland, Costa Rica and then Serbia and Brazil are 9/4 odds to reach the final at bet365* (betting odds taken from bet365 at 4:25 p.m. on May 25, 2018).

Outright Odds* for the World Cup 2018

Brazil 4/1, Germany 9/2, Spain 6/1, France 13/2, Argentina 9/1, Belgium 11/1, England 18/1, Portugal 25/1, Uruguay 33/1, Croatia 33/1, Colombia 40/1, Russia 40/1, Poland 50/1, bar 100/1* (betting odds taken from bet365 at 4:25 p.m. on May 25, 2018) [bbutton bookmaker="bet365"]

Germany - will they defend their title?

The Germans were efficiently superior to everyone else four years ago in Brazil as they won their fourth World Cup title. After winning their group they needed extra time in the round of 16 to get past Algeria, but then marched their way past France, Brazil and then Argentina in the final to earn their success. Four years later Germany are once again one of the front-runners to come out on top in the latest edition of the tournament. Germany looks to have a well-rounded squad again, with good options between the sticks in Manuel Neuer and Marc-Andre ter Stegen, and you know they are going to be tough to break down at the back. Unlike most of the defences of the front-running teams at the tournament, Germany’s defence is young in comparison. They have wonderful experience in the middle of the park boosted by great creativity in the likes of Leroy Sane, Ilkay Gundogan and Mesut Ozil. Up front they look to be a little bit more balanced than they were four years ago actually with their star man Thomas Muller being supported by not only veteran Mario Gomez but young star Timo Werner who has seven international goals in just 12 caps for Germany at the time of writing. He has the potential to be a huge star at the 2018 World Cup and is the 11/4 favouirte* (betting odds taken from bet365 at 4:25 p.m. on May 25, 2018) to be Germany's top scorer. So, as usual, there are strengths throughout the squad for Germany and they have landed in a manageable group in the first round of action as they will be facing Mexico, Sweden and South Korea. Germany are 4/9 odds favourites* (betting odds taken from bet365 at 4:25 p.m. on May 25, 2018) to win Group F. If the draw pans out with Germany winning their group it may be all European opponents that they face during the knockout stages on their route to the final and they are so strong among their continental rivals. Germany are 9/4 odds joint favourites* (betting odds taken from bet365 at 4:25 p.m. on May 25, 2018) alongside Brazil at bet365 to reach the final. Looking at their squad and their form in recent World Cups, where they have finished in the top three in each of the last four editions of the tournament, then it makes sense to expect them to get back there. Given the way the draw that is lined up if they and Brazil win their groups and progress through the knockout stages, then they would meet in the showcase match.

Spain - will they continue their unbeaten streak?

Four years ago Spain had a disastrous World Cup title defence. The Spaniards crashed out in the group stage of the competition after back-to-back opening defeats against the Netherlands and then Chile. But the Red Fury looks to have settled themselves down well after that setback, and they went unbeaten right from their Euro 2016 exit through to the March internationals in 2018. During those March friendly games, Spain played out a 1-1 draw with Germany before producing a stunning 6-1 victory over Argentina. Spain have a manager in Julen Lopetegui who looks to have gotten them back to the top of their game again. There is a strong main core running through the Spanish squad, with the likes of Sergio Ramos, Gerard Pique, David Silva and Andres Iniesta, but there is a lot of younger quality now which has fully been established at this level, like Koke, Isco, Thiago and Marco Asensio. So they have nice blend about them and although overall their squad is perhaps lacking that true world-class striker, they have in Diego Costa a man who’s not afraid to mix it up with opposing defenders, and he is always up for the fight. But once again the main strengths of Spain are going to be in the midfield area where they liked control so much possession and finer inch-perfect pass to carve open a defence. Even though Spain have to face Portugal in the group stage of the tournament, the Spaniards are favourites to win their group and roll their way through the competition. The path that they could take to the final is actually not quite as bad as some of the other main contenders and they have every chance of landing themselves in the final four. Spain are 10/3 odds to make it* (betting odds taken from bet365 at 4:25 p.m. on May 25, 2018) to the 2018 World Cup final.

France - will the young team make the grade?

France may well be a bit of a puzzle for punters looking at World Cup 2018 betting. They are certainly among the front-runners to launch a successful title campaign, and on the back of their near miss at Euro 2016 they clearly have the squad assembled which can handle tournament football. However their path through the knockout stage of this summer’s competition could be fraught with danger. France kick off in Group C where they will face Australia, Peru and Denmark and it will be a major shock if the French didn’t get out of the group and pose a threat in the knockout stages. France most likely won’t get an easy round of 16 tie because they can be facing somebody like Argentina or Croatia and that would be a tough entrance into the knockout stage of the competition. So things will ramp up quickly for France. Other prospective opponents through the knockout stages on the way to the final would be Uruguay or Portugal in the quarter finals then potentially Brazil in the semi finals. So the French are certainly going to have their work cut out for them. But even with all of that said France are 11/4 odds favourites* (betting odds taken from bet365 at 4:25 p.m. on May 25, 2018) to reach the final. They certainly have a tremendous squad that should be able to handle the task ahead of them at the tournament. They have strong goalkeeping in Tottenham Hugo Lloris, powerful and versatile defenders, a nice balance of strength and creativity (as well as pace) in the midfield and they can rely on the goals of Antoine Griezmann too. So they are set up well, and the bonus as well about France is that they are a relatively young they are. Their provisional squad had just five players over the age of 30 in it.

Argentina - will Messi impress again?

Argentina can boast one of the best players in the history of the game in Lionel Messi and what will give them a boost is that he was in tremendous form for Barcelona across the course of the season. Can he turn up at Russia 2018 and produce a campaign where Argentina are able to get success on the back of his performances? Four years ago they lost out in the final and seeing them get back to that stage this time around looks a long shot. Argentina were pretty poor through their World Cup 2018 qualification campaign really and didn’t impress at all. Certainly not as an attacking force. Of the five nations who qualified from CONMEBOL, the Albiceleste were the lowest scorers of them all. That will be a concern for them heading to the World Cup. But, four years ago they went through their four matches after the group stage scoring just the two goals and still made it to extra time in the World Cup Final. They are lacking a major output going forward, averaging barely over a goal per game in qualification and that is in spite of all the attacking talent like Messi, Sergio Aguero, Angel di Maria and Paulo Dybala. The potential is there for Argentina, but they are a side which more often than not plays within themselves. Even though current head coach Paulo Sampaoli, who was brought in at the back end of the qualification campaign, is a more offensive minded boss, it’s still hard to see them busting out of their shell You will more likely than not see Argentina just trying a hold back and not concede, while looking for something on the break. They don’t look likely to dominate teams, certainly not when they go up against any of the other front-runners for the 2018 World Cup. Their strengths are defensive, and they can rely on those players that they have in their squad who can produce those individual moments of magic. Argentina 4/1 odds* (betting odds taken from bet365 at 4:25 p.m. on May 25, 2018) to make it back to the World Cup final.

Belgium and England - though job

The two main dark horse threats at the 2018 World Cup, based on the World Cup outright winner odds at bet365 are Belgium and England. Interestingly the two of them are together in Group G and both are likely to find their way through to the knockout stages. However when you look at the draw and project both of them through to the quarter-finals that’s really when things are going to become very tough for both of them. In some configuration depending on the finishing positions of the two Europeans in Group G, more likely than not Brazil and Germany will have to be taken on at that stage. So when looking at one of those underdogs to come through all the way to the final and win it, there is going to be immensely tough work to do and both only represent an each way chance at the very best.  
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World Cup 2018 Portugal Betting – Chances, Odds & Group Fixtures

Ronaldo (Portugal)
Portugal's chances at the World Cup 2018 Portugal head to the World Cup 2018 as reigning European champions. That's a great label for them to be carrying and just eight years ago Spain went to the World Cup as the then-reigning European champions and lifted the trophy. It is going to be a much tougher challenge for Portugal to follow suit though but they have pretty good resilience and they are able to rely heavily on Cristiano Ronaldo. Portugal are a big outside chance in World Cup 2018 betting with bet365 at 25/1 odds* (betting odds taken on May 18th, 2018 at 10:00 p.m.) which is a big price. Even though they are the kings of Europe at the moment it is a reasonable and fair price because their chances of landing the title in Russia don't appear to be very high. [bbutton bookmaker="bet365"]

Portugal World Cup 2018 Fixtures - Group Stage

The group stage challenge ahead for Portugal at the World Cup 2018 isn’t too difficult. That is once they get past the opening game which is against their Iberian neighbours Spain. Portugal go into that game as underdogs against the Spaniards but even if they were to suffer defeat then it’s not too likely that it would upset their qualification hopes. That is because the rest of the quality isn’t too challenging that Portugal couldn’t get themselves back into the picture. Portugal open Group B with the big game against Spain on Friday, June 15. Following that they will have the chance to pick up points against Morocco on Wednesday, June 20 before closing out the group stage campaign with a game against Iran on Monday, June 25. So there is a decent chance of progression through and it would not be a great disaster if they lost against Spain. But picking up a point against them would just leave them more than comfortable because the other two aren’t likely to do that. Portugal are odds-on favourites to beat both Morocco and Iran in Group B action at Russia 2018. Spain knocked Portugal out of Euro 2012 which was the most recent meeting. The game was at 0-0 after extra time and Spain won the subsequent penalty shootout. From the last five meetings both competitive and friendly, things are even between Spain and Portugal with two wins each and one drawn fixture. The last time they were together in the World Cup was at South Africa 2010 with Spain collecting a 1-0 victory. In the overall head-to-head between Portugal and Spain, Portugal trail 6-16 with the 13 drawn fixtures between them. Portugal faced Morocco at the 1986 World Cup and the Europeans suffered a 3-1 loss on that occasion in what is the only prior meeting between the two nations. Portugal have also faced Iran before at the World Cup and that was a 2006 meeting which Portugal won 2-0. Portugal are 11/5 odds at bet365* (betting odds taken on May 18th, 2018 at 10:00 p.m.) behind Spain to win the World Cup 2018 while they are an odds-on price of 3/10 to qualify* (betting odds taken on May 18th, 2018 at 10:00 p.m.).

Portugal Stage of Elimination

Even though Portugal have to go up against Spain in the group stage they should find a comfortable passage through to the knockout stages of the competition. In the second round, they will be playing a side from Group A which contains Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Uruguay. The most difficult draw that they can get out of that would be South American side Uruguay, which would probably end up being a really tight scrap between them. But it’s not the worst draw in the world for the reigning European champions. If they were to get through to the quarter-finals the most likely opponent there would be France and then potentially Brazil waiting in the semi finals. Portugal are at 13/8 odds to go home* (betting odds taken on May 18th, 2018 at 10:00 p.m.) at the round of 16 while they are at 11/4 odds* (betting odds taken on May 18th, 2018 at 10:00 p.m.) to be eliminated in the quarter-final stages.

Portugal Top Goalscorer

Cristiano Ronaldo is the clear favourite to lead the way in scoring for Portugal at the World Cup 2018. His strike record for Portugal is phenomenal and basically they don’t really have any backup beyond him. He is vitally important to their chances of progression through the tournament. Because of all his set pieces that he will take, he is the obvious choice for being Portugal’s most productive player in front of goal. Other options that Portugal have are Andre Silva, Nelson Oliveira and Eder.

Outright Odds* for the World Cup 2018

Brazil 4/1, Germany 9/2, Spain 6/1, France 13/2, Argentina 9/1, Belgium 11/1, England 18/1, Portugal 25/1, Uruguay 33/1, Croatia 33/1, bar 40/1* (Betting Odds taken at 5:27 p.m. on May 16th, 2018)

Predictions

prediction group win world cup 2018 One thing the Portuguse know-how to do is to grind things out and we saw that at Euro 2016 when they drew most of their games on their way to lifting the title. They do rely heavily on Cristiano Ronaldo so he is going to need to bring is very best for Portugal to be able to get anywhere. While they should get out of the group stage comfortably enough the real challenge will start in the knockout stages. If you project them to finish second in their group behind Spain than that would potentially be a game against Uruguay in the first knockout stage for them. Even that right now may be too stiff challenge for the Portuguese and the 13/8 odds on Portugal leaving the competition* (betting odds taken on May 18th, 2018 at 10:00 p.m.) in the round of sixteen looks a good option.
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Chelsea v Man Utd FA Cup Final 2018 betting options at Bet365 – 19th May 2018

Chelsea
It will be Jose Mourinho v Antonio Conte one more time this season as Chelsea take on Manchester United in the FA Cup final on Saturday. The action from Wembley kicks off at 5:15 p.m. and for both clubs, this will be their last chance at landing some silverware for the season. Manchester United finished second in the Premier League while Chelsea could only manage a fifth-place finish. With failed Champions League and EFL cup campaigns for both, this is their only chance to put a bit of shine and polish on the season. It is Manchester United who go into the final as the narrow 9/5 odds favourite with bet365* (betting odds taken at 11:01 p.m. on June 17th, 2018). That leaves Chelsea as the 19/10 underdogs so it is expected by the bookmaker to be a pretty tight duel between them. This is a repeat of the first ever FA Cup Final to be held at the new Wembley Stadium, which was back in 2007 with Chelsea taking a 1-0 victory after extra time. The Blues had a disappointing season in their title defence in the English top flight this term. In their final two games of the season they could only manage 1-1 home draw against Huddersfield before being convincingly beaten by Newcastle 3-0 on the final day of the season. Manchester United meanwhile have lost just one of their last 14 games in all competitions, winning 10 of those so they are in good form even though they have been heavily criticised for failing to produce dynamic entertaining performances. During the course of the Premier League season the two clubs traded home wins.

Popular FA Cup Final Betting Markets

Both of those wins were by a one goal margin and on offer in the bet365 winning margin market, there is a 3/1 odds price on Manchester United with Chelsea at 10/3 odds* (betting odds taken at 11:01 p.m. on June 17th, 2018) to do it by that one goal margin. Incidentally, Chelsea's last four FA Cup Final successes have been by one goal margin in the end. There are plenty of exciting FA Cup final betting markets open at bet365 from the standard fare of betting on the match outright and the popular goalscorer markets, to alternative options like scorecasts and Asian handicap betting. Because this is expected to be a tight game between the two sides another good FA Cup final betting market at bet365 to consider is the Method of Victory. In there you can choose the outcome of the game by winning method for either team be it in 90 mins, extra time or penalties. Will this be Antonio Conte’s last game in charge of Chelsea? Either way, can he sign off on the season on a positive note? The Blues have been struggling clinical finishing and defensive stability all season, but can they pull it all together once again at Wembley and make up for last season’s defeat in the showcase match to Arsenal? On the other side of things, former Chelsea boss Mourinho would love nothing more than to get one over his Italian counterpart. While Manchester United have not been playing with style swagger they have been efficiently churning out results and certainly look the more consistent of the two sides.

In-Play FA Cup Final Betting

Bookmaker bet365 have a tremendous variety of FA Cup final betting markets available to customers both pre-match and in play. Enjoying in-play betting on the big match from Wembley will open up a host of new options for you to enjoy as the action is ongoing. Bet365 generally offer above 70 in-play markets on a big game like this. Markets like next goal scored, the next goal scorer and final score can all be enjoyed. Plus you will also get the added benefits of cash out and partial cash out options which allow you full control of your live in-play betting selections.
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England announce 2018 World Cup squad

World Cup 2018 Betting
England manager Gareth Southgate has gone with a youthful look for his World Cup squad which he announced on Wednesday. Southgate has put his trust in youngsters like Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ruben Loftus-Cheek who has been out on loan at Crystal Palace from Chelsea this season. The big notable omission from the squad is goalkeeper Joe Hart who has been left behind and not even included in the standby list. Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere who has had more injury problems this season, has been overlooked as well. There appears to be plenty of useful energy and pace in the squad with the likes of Marcus Rashford, Raheem Sterling and Jesse Lingard. England are at 18/1 odds to win the 2018 World Cup* (Betting Odds taken at 5:27 p.m. on May 16th, 2018) in Russia. The opening game for the Three Lions is on Monday, June 18 when they take on Tunisia. England will also face Belgium and Panama in World Cup group G. England are 13/10 odds to win their group* (Betting Odds taken at 5:27 p.m. on May 16th, 2018). Goalkeepers: Jack Butland, Jordan Pickford, Nick Pope. Defenders / wing-backs: Trent Alexander-Arnold, Gary Cahill, Fabian Delph, Phil Jones, Harry Maguire, Danny Rose, John Stones, Kieran Trippier, Kyle Walker, Ashley Young. Midfielders: Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Jordan Henderson, Jesse Lingard, Ruben Loftus-Cheek. Forwards: Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Raheem Sterling, Jamie Vardy, Danny Welbeck. Stand-by: Tom Heaton, James Tarkowski, Lewis Cook, Jake Livermore and Adam Lallana.

World Cup 2018 Winner Odds*

Brazil 4/1, Germany 9/2, Spain 6/1, France 13/2, Argentina 9/1, Belgium 11/1, England 18/1, Portugal 25/1, Uruguay 33/1, Croatia 33/1, bar 40/1* (Betting Odds taken at 5:27 p.m. on May 16th, 2018)
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