The greatest football tournament is coming back to Europe after 12 years as Russia was awarded the hosting rights for World Cup 2018. The 21st FIFA World Cup will be played across 11 hosts cities located mostly west of Ural Mountains. The first World Cup tournament held in Eastern Europe will feature 32 teams. The final is scheduled to take place on July 15th, 2018 at Luzhniki Stadium, the former home field of Torpedo Moscow and Spartak Moscow. Nowadays, the venue is mostly used for the home fixtures of Russian national squad. It is one of the few famous European venues that uses an artificial turf (FIFA-approved FieldTurf).
World Cup will commence on June 14th, 2018 and it will last until the final scheduled to be played a month later. The competition for the World Champions title is unimaginable. German national team – Die Mannschaft, current title-holders, are diligently preparing for the World Cup title defense led by brilliant mastermind Joachim Löw. Cristiano Ronaldo & Co will be hoping they can win another major tournament after lifting the UEFA EURO 2016 trophy in France. Along with Les Bleus (France), The Three Lions (England) and La Furia Roja (Spain), Germany and Portugal are UEFA’s most serious World Cup pretenders, and seeing any of the aforementioned sides on the top of the World wouldn’t be a surprise.
But World Cup is not only about the Europe. South America will be looking for its own share of prey through WC 2014 runner-up Brazil. Despite being amidst a transitional period between the two generations, the famous Canarinho must be taken as one of the governors of the football. The Brazilian national team is currently first-placed on FIFA’s ranking while also being on the top of ELO ladder. Messi’s Argentina, led by newly-promoted Jorge Sampaoli, are CONMEBOL’s greatest hope for acquiring the World Cup trophy. Also, South America is without WC title since 2002 when Brazil was undisputed.
However, CONCACAF’s El Tricolor (Mexico) shouldn’t be taken lightly, especially after winning the gold medal at 2012 Summer Olympics.
Ahead of World Cup in Russia, Brazil is leading the pack with five titles with Germany and Italy rallying behind with four. However, Germany was featured in the finals eight times total compared to Brazil’s seven.
Starting June 15th, there will be at least three games played each day – the quadrennial utopia of every passionate football fan across the Globe. Every single match will be thoroughly analyzed by our expert team hence the correct predictions and profit will follow along. Powered by statistics, massive knowledge, and awareness of factors that could alter the flow of a given fixture, our writers will aim to deliver the best possible advice for the guaranteed profit during the World Cup. Each match from the group stage to the grand finale will have its own preview where you will be able to find stats, form guide, mood of players and coaches, inside information, predicted line-ups and injury lists, head-to-head comparisons… the list goes on. Of course, the indispensable advice and tips from our experts supported by decades of betting experience are the best way to earn money while enjoying the beautiful game’s finest. Since World Cup is starting exactly in a year, it’s the perfect moment to start working on your bankroll in order to have a satisfying starting capital when 32 nations kick off in Russia. Having a decent starting bankroll ahead of WC will certainly boost the chances for accumulating the desired profit in the month of World Cup, and checking out our regular betting advice is a safe way towards that.
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