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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

Brazil dealt Danilo blow

Brazil's preparations for Friday's World Cup quarter-final against Belgium have been dealt a blow as full-back Danilo has been ruled out of the rest of the tournament due to an ankle ligament injury....

Sime Vrsaljko plays down Russia’s home advantage

Croatia full-back Sime Vrsaljko does not think Russia's home support will have a baring on their World Cup quarter-final showdown in Sochi on Saturday. The tournament hosts have been one of the...

Raheem Sterling talks up England’s mental strength

Raheem Sterling feels England boss Gareth Southgate has prepared his team for any mental challenge they may face during the World Cup. England overcame an often ill-tempered last-16 clash with...

Hugo Lloris tips Paul Pogba to deliver big performance

Paul Pogba is capable of shaping France's World Cup destiny, according to Hugo Lloris. Pogba is a "true leader" whose ability will be recognised at this World Cup says the goalkeeper. Manchester...

Sebastian Larsson: Three Lions under pressure

Sebastian Larsson insists England will be under more pressure than Sweden in their World Cup quarter-final on Saturday. Larsson knows the English game inside out, having spent time at Arsenal,...

Willian dodges Chelsea exit talk

Chelsea forward Willian was coy when asked about his future at the five-time Premier League champions and insists his focus is on helping Brazil win the 2018 World Cup. Speculation has been rife about...

Gareth Southgate: Injuries hampering Sweden preparations

Gareth Southgate admits England's growing injury list and the last-16, extra-time encounter against Colombia have affected preparations for Saturday's World Cup quarter-final clash against Sweden....

Belgum right-back Thomas Meunier expecting Brazil struggles

Belgum right-back Thomas Meunier insists he does not know how to stop Neymar as he prepares to take on his Paris Saint-Germain team-mate in Friday's World Cup quarter-final clash with Brazil. Neymar...

Harry Kane: We have grown thanks to penalty success

England captain Harry Kane has claimed his team have grown following their penalty shootout success over Colombia at the Russia World Cup. The Tottenham star scored from the spot during the 90 minutes...

Uruguay striker Luis Suarez ready to fight on

Uruguay striker Luis Suarez admits it would be a huge loss if Edinson Cavani is unable to feature against France but he insists they have a good enough squad to cope without him. Cavani and Suarez...