World Cup Enhanced Odds: 70/1 on Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Brazil to win
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Coral have a massive new customer offer available covering all four of Wednesday's matches including Tite's side taking on Serbia in Moscow

There is a jam-packed day of action at the World Cup on Wednesday and Coral's latest offer makes it even more appealing for punters.

Anyone opening a new account can take a massive quote of 70/1 (71.0) on the four-fold of Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Brazil all to win their respective matches. £1 bet. Winnings paid in free bets. Terms and conditions apply.

That is a huge enhancement and is expected to prove extremely popular for those who are yet to sign up for an account with Coral.

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Mexico are the only side assured of a place in the knockout stages from Group F so far and Sweden will be looking to take advantage of that as they aim to reproduce the kind of performance that saw them take the lead against Germany last time out.

They couldn't hold on on that occasion but are capable of better against a team who may have one eye on the last 16 already.

Germany are red-hot favourites to beat a South Korea side that have already tasted defeat twice and have scored just once in those matches. The defending champions will take plenty from their last-gasp win on matchday two and should improve for that result here against inferior opposition.

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Brazil currently top Group E and will want to put in a big performance against Serbia to ensure they stay there.

Tite's side beat Costa Rica 2-0 last time out and will be out to show why they are considered one of the frontrunners for the final this summer. A confidence boosting victory would be just the tonic after a sluggish start to the competition.

Switzerland are looking good to qualify too and should see off a Costa Rica side that have offered very little going forward. The Swiss showed their quality in beating Serbia and having already held Brazil to a draw in Russia, this is the easiest game they'll face and the favourites should triumph accordingly.

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Korea Republic

form

All
KOR 1 - 0 LIB
W
KOR 0 - 0 IRQ
D
KOR 2 - 1 LIB
W
SRI 0 - 5 KOR
W
KOR 5 - 0 TKM
W
JPN 3 - 0 KOR
L
KOR 2 - 1 QAT
W
MEX 3 - 2 KOR
L
Germany

form

All
ISL 0 - 4 GER
W
GER 6 - 0 ARM
W
LIE 0 - 2 GER
W
ENG 2 - 0 GER
L
GER 2 - 2 HUN
D
POR 2 - 4 GER
W
FRA 1 - 0 GER
L
GER 7 - 1 LVA
W
GER 1 - 1 DEN
D
GER 1 - 2 MKD
L
Head to Head
4 Matches (0 Draws)
2 Total wins 2
2 Home wins 2
0 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
0 Draw
2 Wins
KOR 2 - 0 GER
KOR 3 - 1 GER
GER 1 - 0 KOR
GER 3 - 2 KOR
7 Goals Scored 5
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 4
Both Teams Scored 2 / 4
Team Comparison
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  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Two of the three matches between South Korea and Germany have been at World Cup finals, with the Germans winning both contests (1994, 2002).
  2. The most recent World Cup meeting between South Korea and Germany was at the Koreans’ home World Cup in 2002, with the hosts losing 1-0 in the semi-finals.
  3. South Korea’s only victory against Germany came in a friendly match in 2004 (3-1).
  4. Germany have won all five of their World Cup games against Asian opponents, scoring 19 goals in total and keeping clean sheets in each of their last three.
  5. South Korea have lost their last four World Cup matches in a row, their joint-worst run – they also lost four in a row between 1986 and 1990.
  6. Germany’s victory over Sweden was their first at the World Cup when conceding first since 1998, a 2-1 win over Mexico.
  7. Son Heung-Min attempted eight shots in South Korea’s defeat to Mexico – three more than South Korea managed in their opening match against Sweden (five shots).
  8. Germany have won 15 of their last 17 competitive matches (D1 L1) since losing 2-0 to France at Euro 2016.
  9. South Korea have conceded a penalty goal in each of their last two World Cup matches – they had conceded just one goal via a penalty in their previous 29 World Cup games combined.
  10. Toni Kroos’ goal against Sweden was the latest goal scored by Germany in normal time at the World Cup (94:42) – Kroos has been involved in five goals in his last five World Cup games (3 goals, 2 assists).
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