2018 World Cup outright betting tips – Brazil can land the Benjamins

2018 World Cup outright betting tips

Brazil to win the World Cup @ 9/2

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Betting Tip: @ Brazil to win the World Cup @ 9/2 with betvictor

The 2018 World Cup is only a few days away and we’re getting excited about the prospect of watching wall-to-wall football for several weeks.

We’re also excited about backing a Brazil team with BetVictor bookmaker. They were one of the first teams to qualify for the Russia finals, with manager Tite having a squad dripping with talent that look set to go a long way in the competition.

The Brazilians completely bossed the CONMEBOL qualifiers, leaving the other teams to battle out the other qualifying berths. They won twelve games and drew five, losing just the one match and that occurred in Chile.

Most football fans will be able to reel off the most talented Brazilian players, with Neymar in scintillating form for Paris Saint-Germain this season and he will be the talisman for the boys in yellow next summer.

Neymar was left to carry the team during the 2014 World Cup and they came a cropper against Germany, although this time he is flanked by quality players and that includes Philippe Coutinho.

Coutinho is playing excellently for Liverpool this season despite having his head well and truly turned by the European giants who are Barcelona, with the midfielder pulling the strings and forming part of a brilliant attack in the Premier League.

Gabriel Jesus is part of a vibrant Manchester City machine, with Dani Alves, Miranda, Marcelo, Marquinhos and Thiago Silva fantastic choices in defence and the protection afforded by Fernandinho and Paulinho should ensure lots of clean sheets.

There are obvious dangers to Brazil in the form of Germany and Spain, while France and Belgium are also teams who will have aspirations of winning the World Cup.

Germany have to be respected given they are the holders and boast excellent World Cup pedigree, with a Confederations Cup success last summer illustrating that Joachim Low has strength in depth.

Spain are looking to bounce back after disappointing major tournament appearances in 2014 and 2016, while France and Belgium have squads bulging with good quality players but there are question marks over their respective managers.

We think that some sparkling Brazil performances during the group stages could see their price shorten significantly, with Mexico or Sweden potentially waiting in the last sixteen before a potential last eight tie against Belgium.

BETTING TIP
Brazil to win the World Cup @ 11/2 with BetVictor

Betting Tip: @ Brazil to win the World Cup @ 9/2 with betvictor

All odds were correct at time of posting.

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