The FIFA World Cup 2018 will be the 21st FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial international football tournament contested by the men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA. It is scheduled to take place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018.
Our International Football expert, Record (visit his Tipsters Page), will start a specialized package just for the World Cup. Take the World Cup subscription with Record, and if we don’t turn a profit after the competition, we will refund the cost of your subscription AND give you a FREE month with Record when the new football season starts.
Unknowns can turn a good bet bad, we know. Generally, when we bet, we want to be in possession of all the facts. The weather, team news, motivation, injuries, referees… are just a few of things we need to consider if we are to make money from betting on football. And let’s face it, money is the reason we are doing this.
It’s why the World Cup can be a tricky competition to master. Being a pro-gambler for some years, I make my living via betting on football on a daily basis. They say stick to what you know and as I watch lower league English football every day, know the players, the referees, the grounds, it makes sense to focus on just a small segment of the beautiful game.
This gives me an edge but that doesn’t mean we have to leap into the unknown for the upcoming festival of football in Russia. Luckily, as you can see in my bio, I have long made international football an area of focus. Sure, there are few more unknowns but crucially, the market is not as informed as it should be.
Take the last World Cup, where the layers constantly underestimated Algeria. This was despite the quality of the players, the excellence of manager, Vahid Halilhodžić (recently sacked by Japan), and their impressive form going into Brazil. As such, I was able to tip up their qualification to the knockout stages for the first time in their history and call that memorable 4-2 win over South Korea.
My betting focus is to understand as much as I can about all the teams in Russia – though admittedly Panama is difficult assignment!
It is research that pays. Take Morocco for instance. They are currently priced 500 + on the exchange. They are priced at 5s for qualification (less on the exchange interestingly) and they have a lot going for them.
This is a team that qualified from a difficult African group – including Ivory Coast, Gabon, and Mali. Not only did they qualify, they didn’t concede a goal.
The manager is Herve Renard – a wily old dog and one of the better managers in this tournament.
On the playing front, Hakim Ziyech of Ajax is the creative heart of the team in a 4-3-3 formation. Sofiane Boufal may be a known name in the UK, but he struggles to get on the team. Add in defenders, Hakimi of Real Madrid and Benatia of Juventus, it’s quickly apparent this is a squad with the potential to surprise.
And when we are parting with our hard-earned money, surprises are the last thing we want.
So, here’s the offer. Take a World Cup subscription with Record and if I don’t grow your bankroll, you get a 200% Money Back Guarantee! (we will refund the cost of your subscription AND give you a FREE month with Record when the new football season starts!)
The ultimate risk-free trial, with no strings attached and certainly no surprises.