World Cup group F betting preview and world cup betting tips

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Group A

Russia

Saudi Arabia

Egypt

Uruguay

Group B

Portugal

Spain

Morocco

Iran

Group C

France

Australia

Peru

Denmark

Group D

Argentina

Iceland

Croatia

Nigeria

Group E

Brazil

Switzerland

Costa Rica

Serbia

Group F

Germany

Mexico

Sweden

Korea Rep.

Group G

Belgium

Panama

Tunisia

England

Group H

Poland

Senegal

Colombia

Japan

World Cup Group F Betting Preview

World Cup group F betting preview and world cup betting tips Germany

Germany

Win Champ

9/2

Win Group

4/9

Qualify Group

1/6

Coach

Joachim Low

Star Player

Toni Kroos

Germany never fail to show up for a World Cup and as current champions will be keen to repeat their success. But they have to beat the curse of champions to do so.  

World Cup group F betting preview and world cup betting tips Mexico

Mexico

Win Champ

100/1

Win Group

6/1

Qualify Group

23/20

Coach

Juan Carlos Osorio

Star Player

Hirving Lozano

It is likely Mexico will need to finish higher than Germany or beat Brazil in the second round to do any better than they have managed for more than twenty years at a World Cup. 

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World Cup group F betting preview and world cup betting tips Sweden

Sweden

Win Champ

150/1

Win Group

8/1

Qualify Group

6/4

Coach

Janne Andersson

Star Player

Marcus Berg

Any side who overcome Italy in a playoff deserve to be respected. In Berg Sweden have a striker in sparkling form and under Andersson they appear a united side. 

World Cup group F betting preview and world cup betting tips Korea Republic

Korea Republic

Win Champ

750/1

Win Group

20/1

Qualify Group

11/2

Coach

Shin Tae-Yong

Star Player

Son Heung-Min 

A 4-1 win over Japan secured the East Asia Championship for a Korea side who have since had underwhelming friendly results against lower level European sides. 

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World Cup Group F Betting Preview

Germany and Brazil are neck and neck favourites to win the World Cup. How fortunate the draw has kept them apart right up until the final. Should both of them get there of course. 

The World Cup champions have exited at the first round stage in each of the last three championships. But the Germans are not mere mortals. They are machines and anything other than topping the group would be a major surprise.

Finish top of the group, as we all should expect, and their path to the quarters is relatively clear. From there they are just a few steps from retaining their crown. It would be hard to back against it. 

They were imperious in qualifying with ten wins from ten while only a 0-1 friendly defeat to Brazil blemishes their record going back to the Euros semi-final defeat in 2016. 

Mexico may be about to unveil one of the future stars of world football in Hirving Lozano. The youngster has figured from the substitutes bench for most of his international career but seven goals in his last eight starts (10 sub appearances) suggest he is blooming at the right time.

His debut season for PSV saw him score seventeen league goals after an €8million transfer so Mexico are likely to look to him to fire them into the second round. Although that may be as far as they go.

They must finish above Germany or most likely face Brazil for a place in the quarter final. With a track record that hasn't seen them pass the second round since 1994 you would be hard pressed to back a change in fortunes.

Sweden set out to qualify for the World Cup with a new manager and an Ibrahimovic shaped hole at the top end of the field. Step forward Marcus Berg with eight goals in elven qualifying matches

Those qualifiers included a dramatic late win over France and enough high scoring wins to relegate The Netherlands to third place on goal difference. No mean feat while beating Italy in the playoff excelled even that. 

They will need to improve dramatically on their Euro 2016 showing where they finished rock bottom of a tough group. But qualification is far from beyond them if they can keep Berg firing. 

Korea Republic bowed out of the last World Cup at the first round picking up a solitary point. But previous attempts suggest they are a side who shouldn't be completely underestimated. They will look to stars from Europe's big leagues for hope of progression

Son of Spurs and Ki, formerly of Celtic, from the English Premiership. Hwang of Salzburg made it to the Europa League semi-finals while Kwon has more than forty appearances in Ligue One with Dijon. 

That's plenty more quality than you will see in some teams. However results are mixed and a poor qualifying campaign resulted in a managerial change. Subsequent friendly defeats to Northern Ireland and Poland don't inspire confidence.  

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