Bet Of The Day Tips, Monday 18th June 2018

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Sweden vs South Korea, 2018 FIFA World Cup Group G, At Stadion Nizhny Novgorod. Time: 13:00 

Sweden and South Korea will both be looking to capitalise on a shock defeat suffered by Group F favourites Germany when they get their World Cup campaigns underway in Nizhny Novgorod on Monday afternoon.

Both teams will hope to make the most of an early unexpected twist from a group neither were amongst the favourites to qualify from, but the victory of Mexico over Germany has thrown the group wide open and a defeat in this match could leave such team with a mountain to climb.

For Sweden, Monday’s contest will be a match 12 years in the making. Despite boasting one of the best players of the generation in Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Scandinavians have not graced the world stage since 2006.

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Ibrahimovic has now retired, but even without him the team has managed to return to the big stage, and facing three former World Cup finalists on the road to Russia will surely only boost their belief that they can enjoy a memorable campaign.

Many fans may have feared another four years in the World Cup wilderness when drawn alongside France and Netherlands in World Cup qualifying, but Janne Andersson’s side pipped the latter to a playoff place on goal difference before stunning Italy in that playoff to confirm their place in Russia.

Bigger scalps than South Korea have been claimed already, but Sweden’s form since booking their spot at the tournament will be a concern ahead of this long-awaited opening game.

Andersson’s side has not won a game since their first-leg playoff victory over Italy in November and failed to score in any of their last three outings prior to the tournament and most recently recording back-to-back goalless draws against Denmark and Peru in their warm-up matches, during which they registered a combined two shots on target.

Indeed, since all-but sealing their place in Russia with an 8-0 drubbing of lowly Luxembourg, Sweden have scored just two goals in seven FIFA-approved games, and another blank on Monday would leave them facing a difficult task ahead of matches against defending champions Germany and their conquerors Mexico, the latter of whom were hugely impressive in their opening encounter.

Victory over South Korea is likely to be imperative, then, but Sweden has failed to win any of their last seven World Cup openers stretching all the way back in 1958 when they went on to finish as runners-up behind Pele’s Brazil on home soil.

However, on the past three occasions, Sweden has made it to the World Cup they have made it past the first round, and not since 1990 have they suffered a defeat in the group stages of the tournament – winning three and drawing six of their nine such games in that time.

It is getting beyond the second stage which has been the main problem for Sweden – managing that just once since 1958 – but for now Andersson and his players will be solely focused on getting their campaign off to a winning start on Monday.

South Korea is fast becoming veterans of the World Cup scene, and when they line up for Monday’s match against Sweden it will be the ninth successive time that they have appeared at the tournament.

Despite that experience, not much is expected of the Asian outfit in Group F; they are placed 57th in the latest FIFA rankings, 33 places before Sweden and further still behind Mexico and top-ranked Germany.

Korea does not come into the tournament in particularly high spirits either, winning just one of their last six games including defeats to World Cup-bound Poland and Senegal.

The Senegal reverse, which came just a week prior to this opening game, made it back-to-back matches without scoring too, meaning that Korea – like Sweden – have struggled in front of goal during the buildup to this tournament.

The 2002 World Cup semi-finalists will need talisman Son Heung-min to be on top form if they are to improve that barren spell in front of goal, and it is not much of an exaggeration to suggest that their hopes of pushing for a place in the last 16 lie firmly on the Tottenham Hotspur striker’s shoulders.

Korea’s road to Russia was far from straightforward too, and manager Shin Tae-Yong has been forced to conduct something of a rescue job after taking charge of the team with only two games left in qualifying.

Former boss Uli Stielike was sacked following a defeat to Qatar, and while subsequent goalless draws against Iran and Uzbekistan proved enough to seal their place at the tournament, they did little to increase the belief amongst the supporters.

Few sets of fans are so passionate about their team when things are going well, though, so a positive start would do wonders to restore a feelgood factor on the stands and on the pitch, which they will hope can carry them to further shocks this summer. Our prediction is a 1-0 win for Sweden.

Tunisia vs England, 2018 FIFA World Cup Group G, AStade Olympique de Radès. Time: 19:00 

The Three Lions of England will start their World Cup campaign against North Africans Tunisia in Volgograd, and It’s been a long two years since England’s humiliation in France at Euro 2016, but the time has come for them to try and lay those demons to rest in the World Cup. England will be expected to get off to a winning start against Tunisia.

Tunisia isn’t a team to be walked over though. They showed that in their final warm-up game on Saturday as they almost held Spain to a goalless draw, only for the Spaniards to be rescued by a late Iago Aspas goal. This followed on from draws against both Turkey and Portugal, so they aren’t a bad team by any stretch of the imagination.

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In fact, that loss to Spain was their first in over a year, with them winning five and drawing four of their nine matches in between. Of course, the strength of the opposition has to be taken into account, but just the fact that they went unbeaten in the qualifying campaign indicates that this won’t be as easy as people think.

Gareth Southgate will be well aware of this though and has focused on keeping everything tight at the back during their pre-World Cup warm-up friendlies. England beat Nigeria 2-1 and Costa Rica 2-0 in these matches. Promising results, but victories that were expected given the quality of the two sides.

This does extend The Three Lion’s unbeaten streak to ten matches though, with their last defeat coming almost exactly a year ago in a friendly against France. That historic defeat to Iceland is actually the last time they have lost to a side outside the top 10 in the FIFA World Rankings.

A defender in his playing days, it makes sense that Southgate is opting for stability at the back. England has kept a clean sheet in six of their last eight matches, and that includes games against heavyweights such as Germany, Brazil, and Italy.

Obviously, the downside to this tactic is that it leaves England rather stale going forward, and once again this is reflected in recent results. They may have only conceded two goals, but they have only scored eight in the same period. Meanwhile, Tunisia has only conceded five goals in their last six games.

We’re expecting a low scoring affair here, but England definitely has enough about them to take the three points. All but one of their last eight matches have seen fewer than three goals, as have four of Tunisia’s last six. This makes this match a candidate for a low scoring result. Our prediction is a 1-0 win for England.

Recommended soccer bets for today (Monday 18th, June 2018)

1. 18-06 13:00
World Cup, Group F
Sweden – South Korea – 1x and Under 4.5 goals      Won

2. 18-06 16:00
World Cup, Group G
Belgium – Panama – 1      Won

3. 18-06 19:00
World Cup, Group G
Tunisia – England – x2 and Under 4.5 goals       Won

4. 18-06 15:00
Cameroon – Elite One
Astres FC de Douala – Yong Sp. Academy – Under 3.5 goals      Won

5. 06-18 12:00
Kazakhstan – Premier League
FK Kyzylzhar Petropavlovsk – Shakhter Karagandy – Under 3.5 goals        Won

6. 06-18 15:00
Belarus – Pervaya Liga
FC Dinamo Minsk – FC Vitebsk – Under 3.5 goals         Won

7. 06-18 16:45
Belarus – Pervaya Liga
FC Gomel – FC Smolevichi-Sti – Under 3.5 goals        Won

8. 06-18 18:45
Belarus – Pervaya Liga
FC Isloch – FC Brest – Under 3.5 goals        Won

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