Belgium kick off Tuesday’s action against Algeria and are priced at around 1/3 with most bookmakers to get their campaign in Brazil off to a winning start.
Vincent Kompany and co have been tipped by many to be the dark horses of the tournament and will be keen to get their campaign off to a solid start.
Hosts Brazil then play their second game of the tournament against Mexico. Luiz Felipe Scolari’s men sealed an impressive 3-1 win over Croatia in their opening game and will be keen to book their place in the last 16 with a game to spare. The Brazil win is also currently priced at around 1/3.
Russia then get their campaign under way against South Korea. Fabio Capello’s men are the favourites to seal victory at 11/10.
One thing this tournament has produced so far is goals, with Nigeria’s 0-0 draw with Iran the first stalemate of the entire tournament.
The enhanced price boost of 10/1 on all three of the favourites to win Tuesday’s games is sure to tempt punters into a flutter.
Existing Paddy Power customers can also make the most of the bookmaker’s money back special which will refund losing bets on every group stage match if it finishes goalless.
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