2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup

2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup Round of 16 Odds & Betting Preview

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Where: Poland
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Sunday, June 2
Italy vs Poland
2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup Odds: Italy +104 / Poland +266 / Draw +216
Italy and Japan have already moved on from Group B. On Sunday, Italy battles host team Poland. The host team played very well during the group stage. They finished in third place behind Senegal and Colombia in Group A.

Italy has been one of the top teams in the Under-20 World Cup, though. The Italians are likely to beat Poland on Sunday. The odds aren’t bad either. It’s rare to get above even money odds on a solid squad like the Italian side.

Pick: Italy

Colombia vs New Zealand
2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup Odds: Colombia -142 / New Zealand +393 / Draw +248
New Zealand finished with 6 points in Group C. That’s why they get a chance to take down one of the top squads from South America, Colombia, on Sunday. Colombia couldn’t catch Senegal in Group A. They only lost the group by a single point, 7 to 6. Colombia’s youth soccer program is as good as any in South America. It’s right up there with Argentina’s. New Zealand is more of a rugby, cricket nation. Colombia should win easily.

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Top Soccer Betting Picks

Top Soccer Betting Picks of the Week – May 13th Edition
Written by Eric Williams on May 13, 2019

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Okay soccer betting enthusiasts, if you’re looking for value over the course of the coming week, then you’re in for a treat as I preview a pair of matchups that both have the look of value-packed, ‘near-lock’ affairs just waiting to happen. With that said, let’s get started.

Top Soccer Betting Picks of the Week – May 13th Edition
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La Liga
Real Valladolid (10-11-16) vs. Valencia (14-16-7)
When: Saturday, May 18 at 9:30 AM ET
Where: Estadio Nuevo José Zorrilla
Real Valladolid has won two straight matches and three of their last four including a hard-fought 2-1 win over Rayo Vallecano on Sunday. Unfortunately, they also sit in 16th place in the Spanish Primera Division. Valladolid has scored 32 goals in 37 matches while allowing a generous 49 goals to sit at -17 in the goal differential department.

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Defending Champions Still Alive

Defending Champions Still Alive
NFL Odds: Eagles, Bears Wrap up the Wild-Card Weekend

The defending champions are still alive – barely. After sweeping their last three regular-season games SU and ATS, the Philadelphia Eagles (9-7 SU, 7-9 ATS) have earned the No. 6 seed in the NFC, and a Wild-Card game this Sunday, January 6, against the No. 3 Chicago Bears (12-4 SU and ATS). Kick-off from Soldier Field is at 4:40 PM ET on NBC.

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Despite their recent hot streak, the Eagles are holding steady as 6-point road dogs at press time, with the total unchanged at 41. Just like last year’s Super Bowl run, it’ll be Nick Foles at quarterback for Philly after incumbent starter Carson Wentz (fractured vertebra) went on the injured list in Week 14. However, the Eagles also have multiple injuries on their defense, leaving them as distant +3000 long shots to win Super Bowl LIII.

Chicago (+675) have much better odds as the NFC North champions. They’re healthy for the most part, and they feature the league’s best defense, although the Bears lack scoring punch with sophomore QB Mitchell Trubisky (24 TDs, 12 INTs) at the controls. His job on Sunday is to avoid making mistakes, and take advantage of the generous field position his defense will try to provide.

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