Betting Tips – 2019 Ice Hockey World Championship Round 6

Ice Hockey World Championship group Stage


Sweden vs Switzerland

Sweden Sweden

May 19th, 2019
10:15 am ET

Ondrej Nepela Arena

Switzerland Switzerland


Tip – Switzerland has had a great start to the tournament, but Sweden will be their first real test. The Swiss should get out of the group stage with ease but will have a tough time keeping up with the back-to-back defending champions. Sweden won’t steamroll past Switzerland, but they won’t have any issues brushing them aside either. Go with Sweden to win, with the under also worth laying money down on all relevant betting sites.  

France vs Finland

France France

May 19th, 2019
2:15 pm ET

Steel Arena

Finland Finland


Tip – Finland may have shocked the world by beating Canada in their opening game, but they were humbled by the United States on Monday. However, they are still a very good team and capable of medaling if they are playing like we saw against Canada. They won’t even need to be great against France though to earn an important victory. France is one of the worst teams in the tournament and have little chance against the Fins. Take Finland to win by multiple goals with the over also looking like a strong play. 


Great Britain vs USA

Great Britain Great Britain

May 19th, 2019
6:15 am ET

Steel Arena



Tip – Great Britain have allowed 26 goals in their opening four games of the tournament. Yes, 26. They have no business being in Slovakia and will have a long night ahead of them on Sunday when they take on a strong American side. The United States will likely be looking to give their superstars as little playing time and as much rest as possible. They will still win by multiple goals though. Take the United States to crush Great Britain and the over with all your favourite bookmakers.


Canada vs Denmark

Canada Canada

May 19th, 2019
2:15 pm ET

Steel Arena

Denmark Denmark


Tip – Canada remain one of the favourites to win the gold medal at the IIHF World Hockey Championship, despite losing their first game of the tournament and John Tavares being sent home with an injury. They are not as strong of a side as we’ve seen in recent years, but still very good and far too much for Denmark to handle on their best day. The Canadians will be looking forward to their game on Monday evening, with their opponents not being on the same level as them. Go with both Canada to win by multiple goals and the over. 


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