Confederations Cup Odds & Gambling Predictions
Confederations Cup Odds - 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup Predictions
The Confederations Cup isn't the end all, be all of the soccer world, but teams fought awfully hard for the right to get to Russia in 2017. For most of these teams, this is a tremendous prep against some of the elite teams in the world on the exact same pitches which the World Cup will be played in 2018, and that's why it's so important to get to this stage.
The Confederations Cup has generally been chalky over the years, and that's why it shouldn't be surprising there are three teams that are featuring less than +300 odds. In all likelihood, either Germany (+200), Portugal (+250) or Chile (+275) will ultimately win the Confederations Cup.
There really isn't much doubt that all three of these teams will be in the last four of the tournament. Germany and Chile are paired with Cameroon and Australia in Group B, and so long as maximum points are acquired in both of the easier matches, both teams should advance. Group A is a bit trickier for Portugal. The Euro 2016 winners have to contend with Mexico and Russia. Neither team is as talented as Germany or Chile, but both are definitely going to be dangerous sides. New Zealand is the one team that is basically just tossed into this tournament due to the fact that Oceania is guaranteed a spot in the field. No squad from Oceania has reached the Confederations Cup knockout rounds since Australia in 2001, and now, the Aussies are in this field representing Asia. The New Zealanders are the only team of the eight in the field facing incredibly long odds at a price of +15000.
2017 Confederations Cup Schedule
Russia vs. New Zealand - Saturday, June 17, 11 a.m. ET (FS1)
Preview: Oceania doesn't always get its spot in international soccer. The confederation isn't guaranteed a spot in the World Cup. Thus, this is the best opportunity for New Zealand to make some noise on the biggest stage it might get. The White Ferns' first task though, is a tough one in the Confederations Cup against the hosts of the tournament, Russia. Continue...
Portugal vs. Mexico - Sunday, June 18, 11 a.m. ET (FS1)
Preview: Group A figures to be the tougher of the two groups in the Confederations Cup. Though Russia and New Zealand are kicking this tourney off, the bigger affair in Group A is clearly the duel between typical soccer powers, Portugal and Mexico. These two teams know that a defeat here will put them in a tough spot to try to advance to the knockout rounds, so this could end up being a cautious match. Continue...
Cameroon vs. Chile - Sunday, June 18, 2 p.m. ET (FS2)
Preview: You're not going to find a tougher team to try to handicap in the Confederations Cup than Chile. The one South American side in this field still has an uphill battle in front of it just to get to the World Cup, and its recent form hasn't left bettors with a lot of confidence. That said, La Roja won the last two editions of Copa America, and winning those matches should theoretically be much tougher than taking out Cameroon to start the Confederations Cup on Saturday. Continue...
Australia vs. Germany - Monday, June 19, 11 a.m. ET (FS1)
Preview: The last team to kick off at the Confederations Cup is the one that's expected to ultimately win the tournament. It feels like it's been a good long while since Germany has been on top of the soccer world, yet it should be remembered that the team did win the World Cup three years ago. Still, the side that is going to be playing against Australia in the Confederations Cup final opening match in Group B won't look anything like the one that found glory in 2014. Continue...
Russia vs. Portugal - Wednesday, June 21, 11 a.m. ET (FS1)
Preview: Vladimir Putin was on display in the first match of the Confederations Cup between Russia and New Zealand. He was pleased with the result of his team against the Kiwis, but a better effort in all phases of the game will be necessary to tame one of the best teams in Europe. Portugal got off to a mark with a draw against Mexico, and you can bet the European champs will be hungry for three points in this one. Continue...
Mexico vs. New Zealand - Wednesday, June 21, 2 p.m. ET (FS1)
Preview: Juan Carlos Osorio made no bones about the fact that he's really disappointed in his Mexico side right now. For the second time in a week, his club went up against one of the 10 or 15 best teams in the world and ultimately dominated possession. But for the second time in a week, those efforts were only good enough for a draw. Now, Mexico has to really take it to New Zealand, perhaps by a wide margin of goals if it wants to feel good about having a shot to advance to the knockout rounds of the Confederations Cup. Continue...
Cameroon vs. Australia - Thursday, June 22, 11 a.m. ET (FS1)
Preview: Group B is probably already said and done with at this point. Chile and Germany will have their say at the top of the group, but for the most part, it won't matter who finishes first and who finishes second of the bunch. Australia and Cameroon really only have this one opportunity to snare points against each other in the Confederations Cup, though at least we should be looking forward to a relatively balanced second match day in Russia. Continue...
Germany vs. Chile - Thursday, June 22, 2 p.m. ET (FS1)
Preview: If we're being honest, Germany and Chile probably don't need to worry much about their match on Thursday night. They're both almost certain to get through Group B at this point and into the knockout rounds of the Confederations Cup, and we wouldn't bet against these two being the teams left standing in another week and a half. That said, this is a great first real measuring stick for both teams against clubs that are legitimate contenders to win this tournament. Continue...
Mexico vs. Russia - Saturday, June 24, 11 a.m. ET (FOX)
Preview: Mexico has been involved in its share of ugly scraps over the course of the last several years. If it thought its tussle with New Zealand was bad on Tuesday, wait until it sees what might be in store if there are some tempers that flare against the host nation of the Confederations Cup, Russia. A spot in the semifinals of this tournament will be on the line on Saturday in Kazan, as a definitive winner would advance, while a definitive loser would almost surely be eliminated. Continue...
New Zealand vs. Portugal - Saturday, June 24, 11 a.m. ET (FS1)
Preview: Portugal might not technically have the job done yet of getting into the knockout rounds of the Confederations Cup, but if it can't find a way to see themselves to a point or better against New Zealand, easily the worst team in this tournament, it should be definitively ashamed of itself. Continue...
Germany vs. Cameroon - Sunday, June 25, 11 a.m. ET (FOX)
Preview: When Joachim Low put together his side for the Confederations Cup, all he could have really asked for was to be in this situation. His Germany team needs just one point to assure qualification into the knockout rounds of the tournament, and even though there have been some ups and downs along the way, there's no doubt this is a side that should be taking care of African Cup of Nations winner, Cameroon. Continue...
Chile vs. Australia - Sunday, June 25, 11 a.m. ET (FS1)
Preview: Chile is in pretty darn good shape at this point. The team is sitting on four points and is almost certainly en route to the Confederations Cup semifinals. Barring a collapse against Australia on Sunday in Moscow, the team that won the last two Copa America competitions will advance. Continue...
Odds To Win Confederations Cup
New Zealand +15000
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