Brazil vs. Belgium betting the World Cup odds and Picks

Can Belgium Climb Brazil Hill as Bet the World Cup Dog?

Brazil arrived at Russia as a team on a mission.  Their humiliation of 2014 has yet to be lived down.  As host country that year they were destroyed by Germany in the semifinal.  Since then they have worked towards redemption.  And when Tite arrived as coach their road back began in earnest.  Belgium was a top pick in their own right for 2018.  The Red Devils are touted as a generational team.  But with that comes bet the World Cup pressure.  The feeling is that it’s now or never for Belgium.  The open window will be closed in 2022.

2018 FIFA World Cup Brazil vs. Belgium    

Date and Time:  Friday, July 6, 2018, 2 p.m. ET

Location:  Kazan Arena, Kazan

World Cup Betting Online Odds:

Team Spread Total
Belgium +½ (-125) 2½ (EV)
Brazil -½ (+110) 2½ (-115)
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Brazil vs. Belgium TV Coverage:  FS1

A Match you can’t miss!

Belgium is a +600 choice to win the World Cup championship.  The entered Russia with a tradition of being good.  But not quite all that.  Brazil is a +350 favorite to win the tournament. They are the most successful World Cup team of all time.  Brazil has a total of five total championships in their history.

Brazil so Far

For Brazil talent and ability has never lacked.  It was leadership that was missing.  Horrible coaching got in the way of potential titles.  The three previous World Cups were especially frustrating.  Brazil would enter as a bet the World Cup favorite.  They would leave as failed overlays.  And with a lot of upset punters that were cleaned out.  Dunga in particular was a maddening manager.  Time and again he seemed to obstruct Brazil’s wealth of weaponry.  He was finally fired during qualifying.  At that time Canarinho was in danger of not making the cut.  Then Tite arrived.


Tite has pulled off one of the great coaching jobs of all time.  In short order he got the gifted Brazilian team to reclaim its ability.  Canarinho took form quickly under Tite.  Qualification was secured without problem.  The wins poured in and opponents fear returned.  Most of all Tite supplied direction and purpose. Brazil was completely organized.  They played with polish and flair.

Brazil’s Fight to the Top

Brazil posted two wins and a draw in Group E.  Although they won the group they were sluggish at times.  But in the Round of 16 against upstart Mexico they played their best game.  Canarinho posted a 2-0 win over The Tri.  Neymar scored his second goal of the tournament in the win.

Belgium So Far

Belgium won Group G in impressive fashion.  They won all three of their games.  And scored nine goals in the process.  Most impressive was their 1-0 win over England to clinch the group.  England is known as a great offensive team.  Belgium has often had their defensive ability questioned.  But against the Three Lions they showed exceptionally well.  Romelu Lukaku scored four goals in Group play.  In the round of 16 Belgium escaped with a 3-2 win over Japan.  Nacer Chadli got the Sportsbook winner at game’s end.

Matchup to Watch

Belgium has the firepower to win this match.  But Brazil has just a bit more.  And Tite will have their defense tightened up.  While still getting maximum offense.  Belgium will be tested like never before in this one.  The combination of depth and Tite is Brazil’s Bet the World Cup edge.

World Cup Betting Odds Picks

Brazil to win and continue their quest for redemption.

World Cup Betting Online Pick:  Brazil

World Cup Betting Online Score Prediction: Brazil 2, Belgium 0

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