Sunday's World Cup Odds


BRAZIL (The Spread) – The 2014 World Cup continues on Sunday with another set of three games. Here is a look at the odds for all four games set to take place.

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The opening game today has Switzerland taking on Ecuador at Noon ET. According to oddsmakers at, Switzerland is the slight favorite, as it has odds of +145 to win, while Ecuador has a money line of +210. A draw has been listed at +210 while the over/under for goals has been set at 2 goals. Ecuador has a 3-4-0 record in the World Cup while giving up 8 goals and scoring 7. Switzerland is 9-14-6 overall in World Cup action, but it has a -14 goal differential.

The next game on the schedule has France taking on Honduras at 3PM ET. France is the clear favorite in this game, as it has odds of -330 to win, while Honduras has been given a money line of +1100. A draw has been listed at +400 while the over/under total has been set at 2.5 goals. France has appeared in 54 World Cup matches, going 25-18-11 in the process with a +28 goal differential. Honduras is playing in just its seventh match. It is seeking its first World Cup win as it is currently 0-3-3 with a -4 goal differential.

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The final game today has Argentina taking on Bosnia-Herzegovina at 6PM ET. Oddsmakers have Argentina favored in this one, as it has odds of -250 to win, while Bosnia-Herzegovina has a money line of +750 to win. The over/under for the game has been set at 2.5 goals. Argentina has a 37-20-13 record in World Cup play. The 37 wins ranks fourth in the event’s history. Argentina has a +43 goal differential in World Cup action. Bosnia-Herzegovina is making its first-ever appearance in a World Cup match.

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