Tuesday World Cup Odds, Previews: How We’re Betting Mexico vs. Poland & All Matches
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After a thrilling first day with a full slate of play at the World Cup, we’re right back at it on Tuesday with another four matches.
The Action Network’s team of soccer experts, including BJ Cunningham, Brett Pund, Anthony Dabbundo and Avery Zimmerman, have broken down each of the Tuesday games, including Mexico vs. Poland and Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia.
Read on to see how they’re forecasting the value in each of the matches.
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5 a.m. ET, FS1
Lionel Messi’s final shot at World Cup glory likely comes in this event, and Argentina’s first match in a group where they are heavily favored comes against Saudi Arabia.
Pund breaks down the fixture and offers his best play, including a player prop that does not involve Messi.
8 a.m. ET, FS1
A Danish side that made the semifinals of the European Championships last year gets their campaign going with a match against Tunisia.
Will they dominate the underdog in this fixture? Cunningham evaluates the tie.
11 a.m. ET, FOX
Perhaps the most intriguing match of the day kicks off in the late morning, when Mexico takes on Poland.
Will it finally be a good start to the World Cup for Poland, or will Mexico get off to another fast opening match? Here’s what Dabbundo has to say.
2 p.m. ET, FOX
Be careful with the defending champions’ first match, says Zimmerman, who is looking at a prop market to sprinkle on Tuesday afternoon.
See why he’s being cautious betting either side in this fixture.