• WC 2018 Betting Tips & Odds

  • How to Bet on WC 2018

World Cup 2018 count down has started and is just around the corner. After 18 months of fighting for their prides in the qualifying matches, 32 teams have booked their places to compete for the trophy in Russia this year. Held every 4 years, world cup is regarded as the most prestigious football betting event with 700 million viewers from around the globe.

World Cup 2018 fixtures are divided into 8 groups in round-robin matches. Winners from each group advances to the knockout stage and compete in an off-matches format. This may include extra time and penalty shootouts to decide the winner. During the round-robin matches, the results are usually surprising especially when dark horses step forward and big guns tend to start slowly. These are instances where you can find good value of World Cup 2018 betting odds. (In Berlin 2006 Italy defeated France via penalty shootouts).

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How To Bet

STEP 1: Create a Dafabet Account.

STEP 2: Register

STEP 3: Login and Select sport.

STEP 4: Select League/Event.

STEP 5: Select Market.

STEP 6: Select Result and Price.

STEP 7: Define Stake.

STEP 8: Confirm your Bet.

WC 2018 Betting Odds

Didier Deschamps hails mental strength of France

Didier Deschamps heaped praise on his players following their 4-2 World Cup Final win over Croatia. The Les Bleus boss felt it wasn't a vintage performance, though there was enough mental strength...

Harry Kane gets backing of ‘immensely proud’ England boss

Harry Kane has received a vociferous backing from England manager Gareth Southgate after some criticism was aimed at the Tottenham forward. Kane finished the World Cup in Russia with the Golden Boot...

Zlatko Dalic laments luckless final for Croatia

Croatia manager Zlatko Dalic felt his team didn't enjoy much luck in the World Cup final loss to France, though he admitted Les Bleus were worthy victors. France led early on when Mario Mandzukic...

Jose Mourinho: Continuity is England’s ally

Jose Mourinho believes that England can build on a successful World Cup in Russia by way of continuity. The Manchester United boss was impressed by what Gareth Southgate and his team achieved this...

Roberto Martinez hails Belgian history-makers

Roberto Martinez was thrilled after Belgium overcame England 2-0 to finish third at the World Cup in Russia. Thomas Meunier put Belgium ahead after just four minutes and they were always in control...

Final a ‘dream come true’ for Luka Modric

Luka Modric insists that leading Croatia out in Sunday's World Cup final against France will be a 'dream come true'. Croatia came from behind to defeat England 2-1 after extra-time in Moscow on...

Harry Kane: There must be Russian legacy

England captain Harry Kane says reaching the World Cup semi-final in Russia cannot be a 'one-off' for this generation. Kane became just the third man to captain England in a global semi-final in Moscow...

Zlatko Dalic: We are ready for France

Croatia boss Zlatko Dalic insists his team are ready for their huge showdown with France after they beat England to reach the World Cup final for the first time. Dalic’s troops fell behind early on...

Gareth Southgate takes the positives despite England heartache

England coach Gareth Southgate has claimed his players "came of age" during this summer’s World Cup after they were knocked out by Croatia in the semi-finals. Southgate’s men got off to the dream...

Didier Deschamps sees bright future for Les Bleus

France manager Didier Deschamps believes his young squad are capable of dominating on the international stage for years to come. Les Bleus booked their place in a second successive major final on...

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