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  • 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

Gareth Southgate not taking Croatia lightly

Gareth Southgate expects Croatia to put up the toughest test yet for England at the World Cup as they prepare to do battle in the World Cup semi-final. The Three Lions have reached the last-four with a...

Kevin De Bruyne credits Roberto Martinez for Belgium belief

Kevin De Bruyne feels manager Roberto Martinez is responsible for instilling the belief in the Belgium squad they can win the World Cup. The Manchester City ace admits that perhaps that belief was...

Hugo Lloris ready to suffer against Red Devils

France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris expects that his side will 'have to suffer' before they stand a chance of overcoming Belgium in their World Cup semi-final in St Petersburg. The European neighbours meets...

Olivier Giroud expects fierce Belgium test

Olivier Giroud is confident France can overcome Belgium in the World Cup semi-finals but he expects the toughest test yet for his side. Les Bleus beat Argentina 4-3 in the last 16 and backed that up...

No fear for Belgium’s Nacer Chadli

Belgium midfielder Nacer Chadli says his side respect France but do not fear them ahead of Tuesday's World Cup semi-final clash between the two European outfits. France failed to shine during the...

Croatia captain Luka Modric wary of England

Croatia captain Luka Modric admits his side are aware of the threat that England will pose when they meet in the semi-finals of the World Cup in Moscow. The Real Madrid star was on hand to help his...

Harry Maguire shocked by his rise

England and Leicester City defender Harry Maguire admits he has been surprised by his rise through the ranks after he netted to help the Three Lions reach the semi-finals of the World Cup. The former...

Kevin De Bruyne relishing World Cup journey

Belgium and Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne insists his team are enjoying their journey at the World Cup and do not plan on ending it anytime soon. The former Chelsea man scored a stunning...

England boss Gareth Southgate insists there is more to come

England boss Gareth Southgate insists his side can still improve after they reached the semi-finals of the World Cup for the first time since 1990. The Three Lions cruised past Sweden on Saturday with...

Oscar Tabarez Tabarez coy over Edinson Cavani’s fitness

Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez is keeping his cards close to his chest regarding whether Edinson Cavani will start his side's World Cup quarter-final showdown with France on Friday. Paris Saint-Germain...