Nine brilliant World Cup 2018 bets

The squads are now being announced for the 2018 World Cup and we’ve done a stack of research ahead of this 32-team tournament.

You get out what you put in and we’ve got some good bets which will hopefully give you a run for your money and some tasty profit by the end of the World Cup.

Please gamble responsibly and hopefully you will make some cash!

We’ve picked out two teams that should go into opposite halves of the draw providing they win their respective groups. SPAIN are the main pick, with La Roja looking well-equipped to win their second World Cup and a 6-1 friendly win over Argentina laid down a significant marker.

Germany and Brazil merit obvious respect but we prefer the much bigger odds about Uruguay, with the South American side looking like steely opponents in Russia. Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez should bag the goals and Diego Godin should help La Celeste to go deep.

Spain @ 6/1 with bet365
Uruguay @ 33/1 with bet365

We’re not deviating from our two picks that were made a long time ago. Namely, Edinson Cavani and Romelu Lukaku, with the pair likely to enjoy lots of game time for Uruguay and Belgium respectively.

Cavani has had a sensational season for Paris Saint Germain and he boasts an excellent record for his country too, while Lukaku should be fighting fit for the Belgians and can depend on high-quality service coming from the likes of Mertens, De Bruyne and Hazard.

Both players will be up against opponents where goals can be scored and we’re happy to back them at tasty prices.

Edinson Cavani @ 25/1 with bet365
Romeu Lukaku @ 20/1 with bet365

Uruguay look an excellent shout at evens for Group A, with La Celeste boasting far more quality than their opponents. We also like Brazil and Serbia in a Dual Forecast in Group E, with the latter capable of getting the better of Switzerland and Costa Rica.

Similarly, Belgium to edge out England in Group G looks the way forward and we’re happy to go with a France – Denmark 1-2 when it comes to Group C.

Uruguay to win Group A @ evens with BetVictor
France – Denmark dual forecast @ 2/1 with BetVictor
Brazil – Serbia dual forecast @ 5/2 with BetVictor
Belgium – England dual forecast @ 11/10 with BetVictor

We’re happy to get against Harry Kane in this market considering that Gareth Southgate is likely to play with a front three. Raheem Sterling is a far better proposition at the prices, with the Manchester City man having bagged eighteen times in the Premier League this season.

Raheem Sterling @ 7/1 with bet365