Rio 2016 Olympic Games – Football Betting Previews, Odds And Tips
Who would have thought that after two days played on their home ground, Brazil will have 2 points, no victories, and no goals scored? Group A has proven to be an absolute snoozefest so far: just one goal (Denmark 1-0 South Africa), lots of 0-0 draws, boring games. The only upside is that everyone has a chance to qualify for the next round. That being said, will the Brazilians manage to find their way forward, or will they leave the tournament humiliated?
11/08/2016 – Salvador
Their opponents are not very easy to play against. Nordic teams are well-known for their discipline and hard-working attitude, at all age levels. Denmark just managed a 1-0 victory over South Africa, although their opponents dominated them for most of the game.
Their goalkeeper and defense seem to be in fine form, while their quick counter-attacks can make short work of any opponent. And the best news for them is that they don’t need a win – a draw is enough to ensure their qualification and 90% enough to secure 1st place.
Meanwhile, after two 0-0 draws, Neymar and company are desperate to clinch a victory which will take them forward in the tournament.
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This is an absolute must and no way to go around it – nobody in the Brazilian press is gearing up for anything else than an attacking storm, meant to put a few goals past the Danes. If they succeed or not remains to be seen.
If there is one bet we back up 100%, is that Brazil will score in this game. They play good attacking football, have great players and only bad luck and bad finishing were to blame for their previous fails.
Since they play on home ground, we also back them to win this game – since everyone from the crowd, referee and neutrals will be pushing them forward. This is, in our opinion, one of the easiest games to predict for this round.
Brazil To Win & Under 3,5 Goals: 2.00
Rio 2016 Olympic Football Predictions & Betting Tips
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