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Posted By freebets on Sports - Germany, one of the powerhouses of modern football boasting one of the top lineups for this year’s Brazil 2014 World Cup meets against Cristiano Ronaldo and the gang for the first appearances of both teams, kicking off what many consider to be the toughest group of the event. The German side played really well their recent friendly against Cameroon, at least when they started playing seriously the first half of the game. They showed numerous alternatives in terms of attacking football. Solid at the back, with creative ideas at the front; they will be a major force and a sure Read More

Colombia v Greece World Cup Betting Tips 1.66

Posted By freebets on Sports - One of the dark horses of this race comes up to bat using up their first game of phase one at the World Cup held at the Mineirao in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Falcao, one of the most coveted forwards in modern football will NOT be attending this matchup as he is currently injured. Others who will be going will be Quintero from Porto who showed some world class in the friendly against Senegal alongside James who plays for Monaco as an advanced midfielder, both very dangerous men for the Colombian creative mentality. Colombia has shown some impressive performances as of Read More

Chile v Australia World Cup Betting Tips 1.50

Posted By freebets on Sports - The second day of the World Cup wraps up with this interesting match-up between Chile and Australia. The South American side are surely excited about playing in a World Cup so close to home. This is Chile’s second straight appearance in the event and their third since 1982. They have not moved past the round of 16 since finishing third in the 1962 competition that the country hosted. This is the third straight World Cup for Australia whose qualification for the 2006 event snapped a 32-year dry spell. Chile qualified for this World Cup by placing third in the CONMEBOL Read More

Spain v Netherlands World Cup Betting Tips 1.95

Posted By freebets on Sports - One of the most anticipated games of the group stage of this year’s World Cup is scheduled for 13 June, and it features a rematch of the 2010 final, a game won by Spain in extra time, 1-0. Both they and the Netherlands won their qualifying groups to advance to this event. These two countries have not played each other since that epic game four years ago. Spain finished 6-2-0 in the lone shorthanded group in UEFA qualifying, finishing three points ahead of France. Their two draws both came at home, one at the hands of the French and the Read More