South Korea also had an unbeaten group campaign which consisted of two 0-0 draws and a narrow win over Switzerland.
Stuart Pearce's side have improved with each passing game, which isn't surprsing given the fact much of the squad will not have played together as often as others in the competition. The hosts are unsurprising
favourites at 5/4 (2.25) with William Hill, the draw is at 19/10 (2.90) and South Korea are the outsiders at 23/10 (3.30) with the same firm.
Chelsea frontman Daniel Sturridge has lookely lively despite concerns over his fitness and is 9/2 (5.50) to open the scoring in this match.
Of the two goals South Korea have scored in the compeition so far, one of those was courtesy of Arsenal's Park Chu-Young, and he is available at 7/1 (8.0) for the opening goal.
What has been particularly impressive have been the performances of the British defensive unit, especially 18-year-old Jack Butland. The goalkeeper has ensured the various centre-back partnerships playing in front of him have a solid last line of defence they can rely on.
On the balance of the two team's performances so far, the match odds available make backing Great Britain a somewhat tempting prospect at odds-against.
They are taking on a South Korean team who, although difficult to break down, haven't offered much in attack and with the improving confidence and form of the hosts, the opportunity to back them at 5/4 (2.25) looks a great price and one not to be missed.
For a value bet, consider a Great Britain win to nil, as they managed against Uruguay at 23/10 (3.30). South Korea undoubtedly have players capable of worrying Pearce's men but with confiddence rising in the Team GB camp, another win coupled with a clean sheet offers a well priced value bet.
|Great Britain to win at 5/4 (2.25) with William Hill
||Great Britain to win to nil at 23/10 (3.30) with William Hill|
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Jim Knight is Betting Editor at Goal.com and has been tipping football games since he was old enough to place a bet. He is a Leicester City fan, writer and member of the We Are Going Up Podcast