2018 World Cup Betting Basics This is the 21st FIFA World Cup and the tournament will feature 32 national teams, including 20 teams that competed in the 2014 World Cup, which was won by Germany. It shouldn’t come as much of a shock that the Germans opened as the co-favorite to win the 2018 tournament — tied with Brazil — when odds were first released, coming in at +700.
If you see something like -500, that means you need to wager at least $500 in order to turn a $100 betting profit. If you see something like +500, it means you could win $500 with a $100 wager. The best type of odds interpretation is following along with the 2018 World Cup action.
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As for winning the World Cup outright, Brazil is the favourite and they have been given odds of 7/2 to win the competition. If you like to back some dark horses, we would recommend looking at England and Portugal who have been given betting odds of 14/1 and 20/1 respectively. Brazil 7/2. Spain 9/2.
2018 FIFA World Cup Odds for All 32 Teams Panama (+100,000). Panama will look like an interesting bet to long-shot workers because of the +100,000 they're laying. Saudi Arabia (+100,000). Another "Hey! They're +100,000. Let's throw money at them just because" candidate. And... Tunisia (+50,000). ...
World Cup 2018 page help: Odds Portal lists all upcoming World Cup 2018 soccer matches played in World. "B's" column indicates number of bookmakers offering World Cup 2018 betting odds on a specific soccer match. Columns 1, X and 2 serve for average/biggest World Cup 2018 betting odds offered on home team to win, draw and away team to win the World Cup 2018 match.
Serbia makes its return to the World Cup this year in Russia after successfully navigating through the qualifying round. Bet on the 2018 World Cup here. Serbia’s Odds to Win World Cup: +15000. Serbia is going off at the same price as Senegal, Egypt and Iceland to win the 2018 World Cup. These four teams are each +15000 underdogs to lift the trophy at the end of this tournament.
Beyond that, it will potentially be a slew of interesting matchups for a young, rapid, exciting side at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Bet on the 2018 World Cup here. France’s odds to win World Cup: +700. Currently at +700 in odds to win the World Cup betting markets, France sits fourth on the board behind Germany and Brazil (+450) and Spain (+600) and ahead of Argentina (+900).
Many of those players are back in the side for the 2018 World Cup and the hunger to improve is there. Online shop Bovada is offering Croatia at +3300 to win the World Cup, equal odds with Uruguay and just in front of Colombia and Russia, who sit at +4000. For a side with players that feature heavily for Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Juventus and Inter, it looks pretty good.
The squad also raised the hopes of the nation’s soccer fans with an impressive 1-0 win over 10th-ranked Poland in a March 23 friendly, which also lifted the Super Eagles five spots on the FIFA World Ranking to their current position at No. 47. Bet on the 2018 World Cup here. Nigeria’s Odds to Win World Cup: +20000