FIFA World Cup Today Matches


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Group F World Cup Predictions

Group F World Cup Predictions

Argentina

It is hard to contest why Argentina is the World Cup betting favorite in their group. The squad’s popularity is one that is earned through their outstanding performances and great pedigree of players.

 

La Albiceleste’s strength is best exemplified during the qualifiers. Undoubtedly, they earned their World Cup berth through dominating their group with a few matches to spare. But of course, it will be even more surprising to see Argentina fall given the fact that they are a haven of top performing players.

 

With the likes of Lionel Messi, Gonzalo Higuain and Sergio Aguero, one can already expect a parade of goals. Combine them with the prolific stance of Angel di Maria and Javier Mascherano, it will be too heartbreaking to watch this squad crumble into pieces.
Certainly, this group is worthy of plaudits and recognition. This is why in 12BET, the club is expected to dominate their group again and is pegged at World Cup odds of 1.21.

 

Bosnia and Herzegovina

One should not be surprised if they see Bosnia Herzegovina as the next best squad to advance in the World Cup. The club is valued at a profitable 6.50 in 12BET and is ahead of other more popular squads such as Iran and Nigeria.

 

Unknown to many, the Dragons is one heck of a group to be feared of. This may be their first World Cup appearance, but the caliber of its players is beyond words. With the likes of Edin Dzeko and Vedad Ibisevic, the squad shows off a chilling attacking frontline that is made even stronger with the presence of Miralem Pjanic and Zvjedan Misimovic.

 

The effectiveness of such combination can be readily seen with how they performed in the qualifiers where they had only lost once and sent and shocking win against Lithuania to seal their first World Cup berth.

 

Nigeria

Nigeria’s head honcho, Stephen Keshi is known for his non-conformist habit of putting uncapped players. Such strategy, far beyond bringing risks to the squad, can readily confuse opponents who are used to seeing the team’s familiar faces.

 

However, despite the radical approach, Keshi is also keen on keeping his regular roster such as Vincent Enyeama, Emmanuel Emanike etc. In other words, they too, have an impressive resume to boot in the competition.

 

Iran
Team Melli, along with South Korea and Japan is one of the Asian teams to watch out for in the competition.
The perfect mix of veteran and young players prompted their rise in the qualifiers. It is expected that the very same combination will give them the strength to further advance in the tournament.

 

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