World Cup 2014 Predictions For Day 6

My World Cup Day 6 Betting Picks Including Who To Parlay

Welcome to day 6 of the 2014 World Cup and here is your daily betting tip sheet for who’s playing when, betting trends, the match odds, what to watch for and who to bet on. Is anyone else still recovering from the heart pumping win by Team USA last night Vs. Ghana? Just to brag, I did pick to bet on the USA to win last night.

As they say there is no rest for the wicked, not sure how it applies, but I am ready for more FUTBOL!!! So let’s get started.

Today’s World Cup schedule includes:

Belgium vs Algeria
Group H
Game Time: 12 PM ET
Location: Estádio Mineirão, in Belo Horizonte

The World Cup betting odds have Belgium as the money line favorite listed at -200 and Algeria is +800 to win the their first ever World Cup game. The draw is at +340, which immediately tells you how small a chance Algeria has to score.

Brazil vs Mexico
Group A
Game Time: 3 PM ET
Location: Castelão, in Fortaleza

Brazil is -275 in the money line to win their second game of the group while Mexico is +1200 to pull off the improbable upset. I’m not betting against the home team, at least not at this stage in the tournament; take Brazil to get the victory.

Russia vs South Korea
Group H
Game Time: 6 PM ET
Location: Arena Pantanal, in Cuiabá

The money line has Russia +130 to get the victory and South Korea +300; the draw is at 220. I’m staying with the favorite, taking the Russians to win what should be a close game.

World Cup Day 6 Betting Expert Analysis & Picks

To make it easy I recommend betting Belgium, Brazil and Russia. To get a bigger payout on today’s betting board, I would even go as far as encouraging you to parlay Belgium, Brazil and Russia all to win today.

The big game of Group A will take place on Tuesday, with Brazil hosting Mexico at the Estadio Castelao in Fortaleza. Brazil has all the star power in this clash for first place atop Group A, but Mexico is the more intriguing story.

Both nations picked up three points in their opening games, with the Brazil beating Croatia 3-1 and Mexico warding off Cameroon 1-0. Either team needs this second consecutive win to all but seal their safe passage to the next round.