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World Cup Betting Odds

Germany are champions of the world after Mario Götze's extra-time winner beat Argentina in the Maracanã. The next World Cup is scheduled to take place in Russia in 2018.

World Cup Matches

TimeHomeDrawAwayBetting

Thursday 3rd September 2015

10:00

Australia (1/41)

Draw (25)

Bangladesh (80)

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11:00

Iraq (1/41)

Draw (12)

Taiwan (28)

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11:25

Japan (1/100)

Draw (33/2)

Cambodia (50)

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12:00

South Korea (1/100)

Draw (33/2)

Laos (117/4)

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12:35

China (1/12)

Draw (33/4)

Hong Kong (20)

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13:30

Syria (8/15)

Draw (3)

Singapore (5)

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15:00

Uzbekistan (1/4)

Draw (9/2)

Yemen (17/2)

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15:30

Iran (1/41)

Draw (12)

Guam (28)

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16:00

Oman (1/12)

Draw (8)

Turkmenistan (29/2)

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16:15

UAE (1/10)

Draw (7)

Malaysia (14)

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16:40

Bahrain (20/19)

Draw (23/10)

Korea DPR (23/10)

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17:00

Qatar (1/100)

Draw (16)

Bhutan (50)

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18:00

Jordan (3/10)

Draw (19/5)

Kyrgyzstan (9)

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18:40

Saudi Arabia (1/41)

Draw (12)

East Timor (28)

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19:00

Kuwait SC (1/5)

Draw (5)

Myanmar (19/2)

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Friday 4th September 2015

20:30

Saint Vincent and The Grenadines (4/7)

Draw (45/17)

Aruba (9/2)

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21:15

Granada (15/2)

Draw (7/2)

Haiti (1/3)

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23:00

Curacao (57/10)

Draw (3)

El Salvador (10/21)

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Saturday 5th September 2015

00:30

Canada (1/6)

Draw (6)

Belize (12)

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02:00

Jamaica (2/17)

Draw (32/5)

Nicaragua (17)

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Tuesday 8th September 2015

14:00

Tajikistan (18)

Draw (7)

Australia (1/7)

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World Cup Outrights

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