It's another four-day match day to kick off the work week at the World Cup!
Today, the matches wrap up the second games of Group G and H, as Cameroon and Serbia kick off beginning at 5 a.m. ET in Group G, with Brazil and Switzerland facing off as the top two favorites to advance at 11 a.m. ET.
Then in Group H, South Korea takes on Ghana, while Portugal and Uruguay rematch in the knockout game that sent Cristiano Ronaldo and company packing in the last World Cup.
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Here are our best bets for all four matches on the board, beginning at 5 a.m. ET. You may also find the best available odds from each sportsbook in your state below:
Serbia vs. Cameroon Odds, Prediction and Pick
I'm not going to hold Serbia's loss to Brazil against them. It was an incredibly difficult draw for an opening matchup in their group and should respond accordingly against a Cameroon squad that
Things are also a bit dicey with the Cameroon squad, as coach Rigobert Song may be reportedly dealing with some in-house concerns that pressure may be piling up ahead of this match, along with this World Cup.
Cameroon has not won a World Cup game since 2002, and the under 2.5 has hit in 10 consecutive matches. I'll back it to go 11.
Ghana vs. South Korea Odds, Prediction and Pick
Compared to the first game of the day, I'm expecting a few more fireworks between Ghana and South Korea.
South Korea played to a draw their last time out in a 0-0 match with Uruguay, but despite six shots on goal, along with facing 10 from Urugay, not one was on target. That's the first time it's happened in a World Cup game this century!
It took a Cristiano Ronaldo goal from Portugal to wake up Ghana's attack, but they still got two goals in their last matchup, despite the 3-2 loss. With a loss to South Korea, they'll be eliminated from the group stage, so I expect to see a much more aggressive round from start to finish.
There's some positive offensive regression coming for both teams as the tempo picks up and the stakes become larger. I'll take a shot with the over with sky-high odds.
Switzerland vs. Brazil Odds, Prediction and Pick
Brazil got their offense cooking in the second half thanks to a pair of Richarlison goals, but Neymar will not play due to an ankle injury, and I can't help but wonder how not having him on the pitch could impact their traditional attack.
Selecáo can also defend, allowing just five goals over 17 World Cup matches. The Swiss, meanwhile, are a veteran group that are familiar with how to play against Brazil with or without Neymar available.
I may sprinkle a little on a draw bet, but for now, I'll take the under at 2.5 goals at -110 odds on both sides.
Uruguay vs. Portugal Odds, Prediction and Pick
A lot of folks are down on Uruguay, and it's understandable as to why. Luis Suarez looks washed, they took 10 shots and none were on target vs. South Korea, and they're older and slower than the bulk of their competition.
Meanwhile, Portugal is feeling themselves after a 3-2 win, which makes me want to fade them even in a revenge spot against an Uruguay team that knocked them out of the World Cup four years ago.
Uruguay's Edinson Cavani has said that this is a team that thrives on scoring goals, and that it's "liberating" to get their confidence up. Good news is, Portugal will allow goals, so if Uruguay gets on the board early, they might just put themselves in a great position to increase their lead.
I'm tempted to put a little bit on them moneyline, but I'll keep myself covered in the event of a draw as well.
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