2018 FIFA World Cup

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will run from 14th June until the 15th July 2018 and will be held in Moscow, Russia. The 32 qualifying nations have been split into eight pools of four, where they will compete in the round-robin stage of the tournament. The two highest ranked teams from each pool will progress to the Round of 16 which is a knockout stage. The winners of each match will progress to the quarter-finals, then the semi-finals, before two teams will come together to battle in the final of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Here's a look at the World Cup betting odds for the tournament, including outright winner, top 2, top 3, and top 8. Brazil will enter the World Cup as the favourites to lift the trophy, ahead of Germany, Spain and France. Odds are provided courtesy of Unibet and are correct as of June 12th 2018.

2018 FIFA World Cup Betting Odds

 

Of course if you feeling are extremely patriotic, you can also bet on Australia at the World Cup. We're not fancied to progress through to the knockout stage, but hey, at these odds, it might be worth a dollar for an exciting sweat!

FIFA World Cup Betting Odds Australia

 

The Golden Boot is a popular betting market, and is given to the player who scores the most goals during the tournament. Brazilian superstar Neymar is the favourite, while Australia's best hope is Tim Cahill at the mammoth odds of $751.

World Cup Betting Odds Golden Boot

 

Unibet have a free-to-enter competition where you can potentially win a cool $1 million dollars! Just signup to Unibet and enter the World Cup Predictor competition and see if you can correctly predict the outcome of the tournament. If you get it right, then it's a $1 million for you!

unibet world cup

 

Remember to check out the T&C’s of the competition before you enter, which can be found under the ‘Terms & Conditions’ tab above your selections. 

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