2018 World Cup Odds & Free World Cup Picks

Last Updated: April 18th, 2018 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist)
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The field for the 2018 World Cup is set, as one of the greatest sporting events on the planet is just around the corner.  Located at the bottom of this page you will find the latest 2018 World Cup Odds from the top sportsbooks on the web.  This post discuss the current odds & few under-valued / over-valued picks.  You will also find our handicapping team’s pick to win the 2018 World Cup.

After a few weeks of betting, the latest odds have settled on Brazil (Odds: 4 to 1 @ JustBet) the current favorite (as expected).  The betting public also likes the defending World Cup champs, in Germany (World Cup Odds: 5 to 1 @ JustBet) to repeat.  Right behind the current favorites are two very formidable squads in France (Odds: 6 to 1 @ JustBet) & Spain (Odds: 6 to 1 @ JustBet).

Some Essential 2018 World Cup Information
2018 World Cup Dates: June 14 to July 15, 2018

Host Country: Russia (17 Different City Venues)
Final Match Venue: Luzhniki Stadium (Moscow)

 Favorite To Win The 2018 World Cup: Brazil (4/1)
Defending 2014 World Cup Champion: Germany

Under-valued 2018 World Cup Plays (We Like):

We truly see England (2018 World Cup Odds: 18 to 1 @ JustBet) offering a lot of value based on our computer simulations.  The fact that England was unable to get past the final 16 in the previous two World Cups is a big reason we see them being under-the-radar. This is also squad who’s entire team plays their club soccer within their country.  The English squad features one of the Premier League’s top scorers in Harry Kane, who scored 24 EPL goals in 2017.  18 to 1 is a bargain.

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Another team we see being offered at a tremendous value is Belgium (2018 World Cup Odds: 10 to 1 @ JustBet).  Not only did our simulators output Belgium as a potential World Cup Champion, but they also field one of their most complete national teams in the country’s history.  This young & very talented squad looked very impressive in their qualifying run; where they won an impressive nine of ten matches.  Their top scorers (Lukaku, Hazard, DeBruyne) are very exciting young footballers.  This trio scored a combined 43 goals in their ten qualifying games.

Over-valued 2018 World Cup Odds (Don’t Like):

There are casual observers who might be surprised to see Portugal (Odds To Win: 20 to 1 @ JustBetbeing offered at such a high price.  The globally popular, Cristiano Ronaldo may also make Portugal a tempting casual play.  However, Ronaldo’s best soccer is behind him at this point; 33 years old is a dinosaur when it comes to International Soccer.  It also may be temping to look to Portugal’s 2016 Euro victory and see them as a serious 2018 World Cup contender.  However, in their Euro 2016 title, they were only able to win just one match in regulation.

Our Free Pick to Win the 2018 World Cup:

France (6 to 1 odds) – We see France as the most talented and deepest team in the 2018 World Cup field.  We also see them as the most hungry.  The French team will be eager to redeem themselves after their Euro 2016 loss in their home country.  They cruised in their qualifier matches and beat some formidable squads (including Netherlands & Sweden).  They are also in a group they should have no problem getting through.  We see Les Bleus as the team to beat in Russia.

2018 World Cup Odds @ JustBet (as of 4/18/18):
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Brazil: 4 to 1
Germany: 5 to 1
France: 6 to 1
Spain: 6 to 1
Argentina: 10 to 1
Belgium: 12 to 1
England: 18 to 1
Portugal: 29 to 1
Croatia: 37 to 1
Uruguay: 37 to 1
Colombia: 45 to 1
Russia: 48 to 1
Poland: 73 to 1
Denmark: 95 to 1
Switzerland: 125 to 1
Mexico: 125 to 1
Egypt: 127 to 1
Sweden: 150 to 1
Peru: 175 to 1
Nigeria: 200 to 1
Serbia: 215 to 1
Senegal: 250 to 1
Iceland: 250 to 1
Japan: 250 to 1
Australia: 300 to 1
Costa Rica: 300 to 1
Morocco: 300 to 1
Iran: 300 to 1
Tunisia: 500 to 1
South Korea: 500 to 1
Panama: 500 to 1
Saudi Arabia: 500 to 1


Posted in Soccer - Last Updated on Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 @ 5:45 am (EST)
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