Monday World Cup Odds, Previews, Predictions: Bets For Portugal vs. Uruguay & More
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The last day of the second batch of group stage games has arrived at the World Cup, and the Action Network’s team of soccer experts is here to help guide you through the betting value that is present in each of the games.
Brett Pund, BJ Cunningham, Sam Farley and Johnathan Wright are the experts on these games, and you can read their best bets and predictions below. And of course, Nick Giffen is back for more projections.
5 a.m. ET, FS1
The first match of the day pits Cameroon against Serbia in a near must-win game for both teams.
Each of them suffered a loss in their first match, and Pund breaks down the betting value on a boosted moneyline here.
8 a.m. ET, FS1
This is another match where both teams are in dire need of points.
Cunningham gives a draw no bet line to play, and details why it’s the safe option to go with.
11 a.m. ET, FOX
Tournament favorite Brazil plays their second game of the World Cup against a dark horse in Switzerland.
Who should you be backing in this underrated clash? Wright offers a same-game parlay to consider.
2 p.m. ET, FOX
Portugal and Uruguay were the favorites for this group, but Portugal is in the driver’s seat.
Is there value in backing the short favorite? Farley breaks it down.
Giffen’s projections can be found in full with the link above, and you’ll want to look at them considering he’s bagged more than a 30% ROI on the tournament thus far.