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FIFA World Cup
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Gambling911.com has your Costa Rica vs. Greece World Cup betting odds and predictions courtesy of our friends at BetDSI.com, where you can claim up to US$2500 in FREE CASH.
World Cup Odds: Costa Rica +155, Greece +229, Draw +200
Many people didn't expect either Costa Rica or Greece to make it to the knockout stage of the World Cup, and for good reason.
Costa Rica vs. Greece World Cup betting odds had Costa Rica potentially paying US$15 for every US$10 bet, Greece at slightly longer than 2/1 odds and the Draw also a little longer than 2/1 odds. All odds courtesy of BetOnline, where qualified new customers can receive up to US$1000 in FREE BETS.
Netherlands vs. Mexico World Cup betting odds had Holland pays US$11.40 for every US$10 bet with a win. Mexico will pay out US$27 for every US$10 bet. The Draw pays US$25. All odds courtesy of BetOnline, where qualified new customers can receive up to US$1000 in FREE BETS.
Gambling911.com has your Colombia vs. Uruguay World Cup betting odds and predictions courtesy of our good friends at BetDSI.com here.
Colombia vs Uruguay
Saturday, June 28th – 4:00 PM ET
World Cup Odds: Colombia +110, Uruguay +275, Draw +235
Colombia vs. Uruguay World Cup betting odds had Colombia at EVEN odds and Uruguay paying between 3-1 and 4-1 odds at Bookmaker here. The Draw will pay out US$24 for every US$10 bet. Colombia is seeing nearly 80% of the action in this matchup and it should be noted that Luis Suarez will not be playing for Uruguay due to the recent biting incident and suspension handed down yesterday.
An exciting match kicks off the Round of 16 with Brazil v Chile World Cup betting odds having the host nation as a -175 favorite (nearly 1/2) against a formidable Chile team, which is listed at 5/1 odds. The Draw pays better than 3/1 odds. Both sides are getting equal action for this Saturday Noon Eastern Standard Time matchup.
USA vs. Belgium World Cup betting odds have USA as a 3/1 underdog to beat Belgium at Sportsbook.com. That’s a far cry from the 8/1 odds being offered up on the Americans to beat Germany in order to advance to the Round of 16.
The payout for Team USA to win against Germany in the Group Stage of the 2014 World Cup was anywhere from US$750 to US$1050 for every US$100 bet or US$75 to US$105 for every US$10 bet depending on the book.
Algeria vs. Russia World Cup betting odds had Russia with slightly better than EVEN odds, Algeria at nearly 3/1 odds and the Draw would pay out US$26 for every US$10 bet. All odds courtesy of BetDSI.com here where you can claim up to US$2500 in free cash.
Half of those betting this matchup were backing Algeria.
This will be the second match played involving Algeria and Russia. The previous match was a friendly and it ended 2-2.
Portugal vs. Ghana World Cup betting odds had Portugal at +110, paying US$11 for every US$10 bet. Ghana was coming in at just shy of 2/1 odds. The Draw would pay out US$31.50 for every US$10 bet. All odds courtesy of BetDSI.com here
Both sides were getting pretty balanced action. Either one could advance if the USA and Germany fail to draw. Portugal will have the longest odds due to goal differential.
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Norwegian online gambling firm Betsson acknowledged on Wednesday that some 150 people across Europe wagered on Uruguay striker Luis Suarez biting one of his opponents. That proved to be a safe bet.
Honduras vs. Switzerland World Cup betting odds were available at Sportsbook.com. Place your 1st bet, get your 2nd bet FREE here up to US$100.
Ecuador vs. France World Cup betting odds were available at Sportsbook.com. Place your 1st bet, get your 2nd bet FREE here up to US$100.
France was at -137 odds, Ecuador was at 4/1 odds and the Draw was at 3/1 odds.
Nigeria vs. Argentina World Cup betting odds have Argentina as a 1/2 (-200) favorite. Nigeria was coming in between 8/1 to 9/1 odds. All betting courtesy of Sportsbook.com. Place your 1st bet, get your 2nd bet FREE here up to US$100.
Colombia vs. Japan World Cup betting odds had Colombia as a favorite that pays US$12 for each US$10 bet. Japan pays up to US$26. The Draw pays up to US$26 as well.
68% of the bets were coming in on Colombia.
Japan needs a win and a loss from Greece in order to advance.
This will be the third ever meeting between these sides.
Greece vs. Ivory Coast World Cup betting odds had Greece paying 3/1 odds and Ivory Coast at near EVEN odds. The Draw pays US$25 on a US$10 bet. All odds courtesy of AceSportsbook.com.
Greece has to win and Japan has to lose if the Greeks are to hit the Round of 16 for their first time at the World Cup.
For Ivory Coast, it's as simple as win and you're in.
Costa Rica vs. England World Cup betting odds had England as a -115 to -120 favorite across the board, requiring a US$11.50 to US$12.00 to win US$10. Costa Rica pays US$33 for every US$10 bet. The Draw pays up to US$29 for every US$10 bet.
British punters are backing Costa Rica at a 55% clip despite the fact that the Ticos have already advanced.
But Costa Rica may be playing for pride here since a win will have them finish atop Group D regardless of the outcome of the Uruguay-Italy game.
Italy vs. Uruguay World Cup betting odds had Italy as an 8/5 favorite, Uruguay at 7/5 and the Draw at 9/4 in this very tight matchup with important ramifications. Action is pretty balanced between both sides and the Draw.
A draw is good enough for Italy to qualify as they have a superior goal different to Uruguay. The Uruguayans need to win to reach the knock-out stages.
Was it a heart-breaking ending for the United States soccer team, not to mention PPH World Cup bettors who had a nice price on them to win, on Sunday in Manaus?
USA vs. Germany World Cup betting odds had the Draw priced at 7-2 though Germany was still the favorite at 3/4 odds early on. The Americans were a huge early underdog at 10-1. All odds courtesy of BetDSI.com here.
In two games that are pretty much meaningless with the exception of national pride and wagering, the Australian Spain matchup and Cameroon Brazil game can be bet on at AceSportsbook.com here.
Brazil was a huge -1015 favorite in their matchup but placing a small wager on either Cameroon or the Draw can’t hurt. A $10 bet on Cameroon to win this one, after all, would pay out $250. The Draw pays close to $90.
Netherlands v Chile World Cup betting odds had Holland requiring a US$17 bet to win US$10 (the $17 will be refunded if they win). Chile had tremendous value at AceSportsbook.com, paying US$17 for every US$10 bet.
Chile was seeing more action (nearly half of all bets) due to the value and the fact that Nederland has already advanced.
SportsBettingOnline.com was offering betting on Portugal vs. USA Exact Total Goals. You can find these offerings under PROP BETS in their Sportsbook section here. SportsBettingOnline.com offers up to 10% back on both wins and losses.
Zero goals or a no-score draw would pay out $65 for every $10 bet.
1 goal pays $25 for every $10 bet.
2 or 3 goals scored pays $17.50 for every $10 bet.
South Korea v Algeria World Cup betting odds had South Korea as a 6/4 odds favorite and both Algeria and the Draw at 2/1 odds. You can bet this World Cup matchup at Bookmaker and qualify to receive up to US$2500 in free cash here.
Both sides were getting around 40% of the betting action.
Carrie Stroup here with your United States vs. Portugal morning betting odds and this is yet another big game getting plenty of traction here at Gambling911.com, not to mention Sportsbook.com, which is taking thousands of bets on this critical matchup Sunday.
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