World Cup Odds, Picks, Predictions: How to Bet Each Saturday Match, Including Argentina vs Mexico
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We’ve reached the second weekend of the World Cup and as we near the business end of the group stage, the Action Network’s team of soccer experts is back to guide you through each Saturday fixture.
Read on below for each guide, in addition to Nick Giffen’s projections.
5 a.m. ET, FS1
Tunisia take on Australia in the early slot, and while this game may not bring the most excitement, Cunningham maintains there is value on the board.
Read on for his match analysis for two teams in need of points.
8 a.m. ET, FS1
Saudi Arabia pulled off one of the greatest shocks in World Cup history when they beat Argentina in their opening match.
Do they have it in them to get another result? See what Pund has to say.
11 a.m. ET, FS1
France turned it on against Australia after falling behind early. Will they keep the goals coming or will things ease up?
Dabbundo breaks down their fixture with a Danish side that could use a massive upset win.
2 p.m. ET, FS1
On the other end of the Saudi Arabia upset, Argentina are now behind the eight ball in terms of winning their group.
They are in a must-win position here, but is there value in backing them to get it? Cunningham explores.
Another day, another positive result for Giffen’s projections, which are now in the double-digit win column in terms of net units.
He’s back with another round of projections for Saturday’s matches.