Saturday, July 21, 2018

Germany 6/4 to win against Chile in Sunday’s Confederations Cup final

Crippy Cooke in Betting Tips and News 1 Jul 2017


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Competition: Confederations Cup
Market: Germany to win against Chile
Odds: 6/4 @ Bet 365

Chile and Germany meet at the Stadion Krestovskyi in the Confederations Cup final on Sunday evening. Germany are favourites to come out on top given their near flawless campaign this summer, while Chile have been short of wins despite making it this far – surprisingly enduring a three-game winless streak in 90 minutes.

As for the favourites, Joachim Low’s Germany side qualified for the tournament after winning the 2014 World Cup and have picked up where they left off despite a drastically changed side. The Eagles picked up seven points from a possible nine in Group B and thrashed Mexico in the semi-finals.

Unbeaten and boasting 11 goals from the four games, Chile have a tough task on their hands. Their chances are further worsened considering the underdogs have gone three games without a win ahead of this weekend’s final. Juan Antonio Pizzi’s haven’t won a game in 90 minutes since their opener and could well come unstuck in normal time on Sunday as a result.

Chile, Copa America winners, picked up five points in Group B, drawing their final two games and being held to a goalless stalemate in the semi-finals. They won a penalty shootout against Portugal to reach the final, but Bet 365 are giving odds of 6/4 for Germany to see past Chile in 90 minutes in the final.

Bet: Germany to win against Chile in Sunday’s Confederations Cup final @ 6/4 with Bet 365 >>


Crippy Cooke

Crippy Cooke has somehow written for the Telegraph, Independent, Huffington Post, Zoo Magazine, Daily Mail, ITV Football, MSN Sport, Yahoo Sport, London24 and Bleacher Report among others, despite knowing less about football than your average Fan TV member . The weekly accumulator enthusiast is saving up his winnings to pay for a much-needed hair transplant but grows more on his chin than his head. He lives and breathes football and somehow makes a living writing from it.



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