Betin Kenya – Confederations Cup Preview

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The opening weekend of Confederations Cup action gets underway in Russia with some amazing teams and players in action!

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Saturday 17th June - Russia vs New Zealand (1 & Over1.5 – 1.50)
This Russian side have been in decent form since their abysmal exit from Euro 2016. As hosts for next year’s World Cup they have a duty to their fans to improve and we expect that process will begin on Saturday. In New Zealand they face a hard working yet limited team, and roared on by their own fans, Russia should win by scoring more than 1 goal.

Sunday 18th June - Cameroon vs Chile (2 & Over 1.5 – 1.97)
Cameroon showed an incredible resolve in winning the 2017 African Cup of Nations after going into the tournament as dark horses. However Chile provide extremely stiff opposition as the side that have won the last two Copa Americas. With competitive players like Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal leading their side we don’t expect any complacency from La Roja.Back them to win and to score at least 2 goals.

Sunday 18th June - Portugal vs Mexico (1X – 1.26)
Portugal’s unprecedented Euro 2016 triumph was forged on a resolute defence, and their pragmatic style means they are extremely hard to beat in International football. Mexico will present a stiff challenge in the opening game, but with Cristiano Ronaldo always a goalscoring threat, and their defensive system well honed, back Portugal to either win or draw.

Monday 19th June - Australia vs Germany (2 & Over 1.5 – 1.60)
Even though Germany have selected a weakened squad to travel to Russia, they still possess real quality. If anything the younger players selected are just as dangerous, seeing as they will be highly motivated to be included in next year’s Die Maanschaft World Cup squad. Joshua Kimmich, Julian Draxler and Leroy Sane are the star names and all play at the highest level of club football. On the other hand Australia are limited in the options at their disposal, and while they will give plenty of effort, it’s unlikely they will get a result while they chase after this Germany team that always have plenty of the ball.

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