Sunday World Cup Odds, Picks, Predictions: Best Bets For Spain vs. Germany & More
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The first full week of the World Cup has passed us, and we’re square in the middle of the second round of group stage fixtures on Sunday.
Anthony Dabbundo, Johnathan Wright and Brett Pund are here on behalf of Action Network to take you through the Sunday fixtures, which include Spain vs. Germany, and Nick Giffen provides his match projections as always.
Read on for match analysis and best bets.
5 a.m. ET, FS1
Costa Rica are the worst team in the World Cup, according to a number of our analysts at least, and Dabbundo is fading them again here.
Read on for his explanation of the advantages that Japan have in this match.
8 a.m. ET, FS1
Belgium secured a fortunate win against Canada in their first match out, while Morocco played to a 0-0 draw with Canada.
Who has the edge in this important fixture? Dabbundo dives in.
11 a.m. ET
Neither Croatia nor Canada have put up a goal thus far at the World Cup, but who has the edge when they go to battle for three crucial points?
Wright breaks down the match that is bound to be an entertaining one.
2 p.m. ET, FS1
The match of the day comes between World Cup champions in the prior decade.
Spain and Germany were the favorites in this group prior to the tournament, but where is the betting value now that Germany is coming off of a loss and Spain off of a big win?
If you’re someone who prefers to listen to the numbers over anything else, these projections from Giffen are your cup of tea.
He details his best bets based off of his model simulations.