2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Quarterfinals
Japan vs Australia
Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Saturday, June 27, 2015, 4:00 pm Eastern, TV: Fox Sports 1, Telemundo
Spread: Japan +1/2 (+107) / Australia +1/2 (-122)
Money Line: Japan +106 / Australia +322 / Draw +225
Odds to Advance: Japan -185 / Australia +160
Total: under 2 (-122) / over 2 (+107)
Odds Courtesy of 5Dimes Sportsbooks
2014 World Cup – Group B
Netherlands vs Australia Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre, Brazil Wednesday, June 18, 2014, 12:00 pm Eastern, TV: ESPN, Univision Money Line: Netherlands -525 / Australia +1245 / Draw +585 Point Line: Netherlands -1.5 -150 / Australia +1.5 +130 Total: Over 3 -120 / Under 3 Even All Odds Courtesy of Bookmaker
France continued their disappointing performance Tuesday and lost to host South Africa. The Bafana Bafana had hopes of advancing after they took a 2-0 lead over France early, and Uruguay was leading Mexico 1-0.
With two days in the books and the USA succeeding in their quest to get a draw with England, here is a look at Sunday’s matchups at the World Cup. Three matches are scheduled for Sunday, with the second contest of the day being the most interesting for bettors.
The World’s biggest sporting event is set to kick off tomorrow with a match between host South Africa and Mexico. The World Cup offers a lot of excitement and gives the casual soccer bettor a chance to spice up some of the matches.
Group D is going to be one of the more competitive groups in the tournament. With Germany looking to be the frontrunner, Serbia, Ghana, and Australia will all battle for second place to advance into the knockout stage.
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