World Cup Odds & Picks

Soccer is a global sport. Franchises like Real Madrid, Chelsea, and Barcelona are worth a ton. There is an international soccer tournament every four years to determine the best. It is called the World Cup. The 2018 one is currently being held in Russia. Gambling is an activity beloved around the world. People risk money in hope of doubling it with a win. Sports betting combines sports and gambling for a great experience. The hardworking and top notch team at 5Dimes offer you the opportunity to bet on the world's biggest soccer tournament.

Here are their odds to win the 2018 world cup.

Brazil +410 Germany +460 Spain +600 France +650 Argentina +950 Belgium +1100 England +1750 Portugal +2500 Uruguay +2800 Croatia +3300 Colombia +4000 Russia +5000 Poland +7000 Denmark +11000 Switzerland +12500 Mexico +12500 Serbia +17500 Peru +17500 Senegal +20000 Sweden +20000 Nigeria +25000 Egypt +25000 Iceland +30000 Japan +40000 Morocco +45000 Costa Rica +55000 Australia +60000 Iran +75000 South Korea +75000 Tunisia +90000 Panama +150000 Saudi Arabia +150000

Safe Pick: France - France is on a roll. This is a veteran team that is starting to play well. France will get on a run to the Final 4.

Value Pick: Portugal is currently +2500 on 5Dimes. This comes out to 25 to 1. Portugal presents the perfect storm. They put up a brave and gutsy performance against Spain who is one of the favorites to win it all. Portugal has talent. You might have heard of their best player. His name is Christiano Ronaldo. The great one put up all three of their goals. Portugal also has veteran experience. They recently won a European soccer tournament. Portugal will not let you down. There is a lot of potential to watch your bank roll dramatically explode like how Ronaldo did vs Spain. Bet on Portugal.

Team to Avoid: Uruguay - There's a famous quote in gambling that good teams win but great teams cover. Ladies and gentlemen Uruguay was favored by one goal. That means that winning by one does not get the job done for Uruguay bettors. They had to win by a MINIMUM of one goal for the intrepid souls who bet on them or wove them into a parlay. They were playing Egypt. I don't know if you know this but the land of pyramids isn't a big hotbed for soccer. Luis Suarez and Uruguay only won the game one to nothing resulting in a push for single bettors or even worse a loss for parlay players. Uruguay doesn't have that eye of the tiger spirit. The team led by the flesh biter will fizzle out early.