2018 Soccer World Cup – Semi Finals Odds and Tips

In this 2018 Soccer World Cup Semi Finals Odds betting guide you will find the latest odds and tips for finding a winning bet. The Semi Finals at the World Cup includes the four best teams during the tournament. The winning team from each Semi Final will playoff in the World Cup final. While the two losing teams will play in a third place match.

2018 World Cup Semi Final Odds:

In the following table, we have provided the latest odds for the top favourites to reach the Semi Finals at some of the best Australian sports betting sites. At Bettingtop10, you will find a range of sign up bonuses available for betting on the Cup in 2018.

 
Germany
Brazil
France
Spain
Argentina
Belgium
England
Portugal
Uruguay
Colombia
Croatia 
Poland 
Russia
Denmark
Mexico
Sweden
Switzerland 
Senegal 
Egypt
Iceland
Japan
Nigeria
Peru
Serbia
Australia
Costa Rica
Morocco
South Korea
Iran
Tunisia
Panama
Saudi Arabia

How it works

In order to win this bet, your team must reach the Semi-finals of the World Cup. Firstly, the team must finish in the top two in group stages to further advance in the tournament. The group stage will end on June 28. Then they will need to win a Round of 16 match and a Quarter final to reach the Semi-finals. The first Semi-final will be played on July 10 in Saint Petersburg and the second final will be played in Moscow on July 11.

Quick guide to betting

Form – There is a number of lead up matches that can be useful for betting on the World Cup. Teams with winning form coming into this tournament will be a smarter bet compared to a team that is struggling to win matches. So it’s a good idea to view International friendly results before the Cup starts.

Group Allocation – Before the tournament begins, it’s a good strategy to look over each group and find the teams with an easier run. In our opinion, Brazil and Germany have the best opportunity to finish first in their group. Argentina is also a darkhorse for the Semi Finals as they play in an easy group to start with.

History – Looking at the last few World Cups, the semi-final is mainly dominated by the top sides. For example, Germany has reached the semi finals in the last four World Cups. So they are a safe bet in this market. There are also opportunities for upsets. Such as Uruguay making the semi-finals in 2010 and Turkey in 2002. So in 2018 Poland, Belgium and Argentina are three teams outside the top four favourites that could be dangerous.

Other possible bets

Apart from Semi-finals betting, you also have the ability to bet on other future betting markets. This includes the quarter-finals, overall winner, each group winner and top goalscorer. These markets are available now at popular sports betting sites in Australia, such as Sportsbet and William Hill.


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