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BET 1 Soccer Treble at 5/1

France -1 Hand­i­cap 7/10 – Bel­gium WIN BY 3 GOALS OR MORE 15/10 – Ger­many WIN 9/20

France vs Aus­tralia (HOME -1 HAND­I­CAP) 7/10 – France will look to get their World Cup cam­paign on a win­ning note against Aus­tralia on Satur­day. Af­ter lift­ing the cup as cap­tain in 1998, Di­dier Deschamps will hope to do the same as head coach. Back Les Bleus on the (-1) Hand­i­cap at 7/10.

Bel­gium vs Panama (HOME TO WIN BY 3 GOALS OR MORE) 15/10 – Group G kicks off with a David and Go­liath fix­ture as Bel­gium, many pun­dits’ dark horses to win the tour­na­ment, and Panama lock horns. . Plenty of value at 15/10 .

Ger­many vs Mex­ico (HOME WIN) 9/20 – Ti­tle hold­ers Ger­many will be brim­ming with con­fi­dence be­fore their first match against Mex­ico. Joachim Low and his men be­gin their ti­tle de­fence at Moscow’s Luzh­niki Sta­dium on Sun­day. The book­mak­ers have been gen­er­ous here – 9/20 is a de­cent price for the world cham­pi­ons, one for all mul­ti­ples.

BET 2

Value Bet Tu­nisia vs Eng­land (DRAW) 32/10 – Mon­day’s ac­tion con­cludes with a clash be­tween Africa’s high­es­tranked team, Tu­nisia, against one of the most hyped teams. Tu­nisia’s rank­ing should speak vol­umes as they don’t have a Mo­hamed Salah or Sa­dio Mane in their squad. Up­sets do hap­pen in the Fifa World Cup. They will be look­ing to go all the way. This match is ex­pected to end in a draw.

BET 3

Brazil vs Switzer­land (HOME WIN) 4/10 – Brazil will be aim­ing to bounce back from their 2014 World Cup dis­ap­point­ment, in which they were an­ni­hi­lated 7-1 by Ger­many in front of their own fans. They be­came the first coun­try to qual­ify for this tour­na­ment af­ter brush­ing aside other South Amer­i­can teams. The only re­sult to back is a con­vinc­ing Brazil win.

HORSERAC­ING/SOCCER DOU­BLE @ 6/1 Ke­nil­worth Satur­day, June 16 Race 2 No 11 WITH­OUT LIM­ITS (4-1) – Trained by Justin Snaith and rid­den by Grant V/Niek­erk.

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