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Uruguay v England odds and tips. 2014 World Cup betting Group D

Posted on 16/05 by G Waldorf

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Match: Uruguay v England
World Cup Group D
Venue: Sao Paulo
Date: 20th June 2014
Time: 05:00
Broadcast: Live on SBS

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Market update:
The bookies have priced this game up at almost a dead heat with our tips Uruguay at odds of $2.50, England at odds of $2.60 and the draw at $3.25. We fancy Uruguay to go far in Brazil, so we are tipping Uruguay for the win in this game. Their strike force of Suarez and Cavani is the best in the world, and there is simply no way England can out gun them. England's best chance here is to sit back, defend in numbers and try and hit Uruguay's suspect defence on the counter attack. This won't be a high scoring affair, the odd goal will win it. For those punters who think there will be a few goals about though, then take a look at a great new market called both teams to score. Latest odds below for this crucial Group D clash which might prove to be a qualification decider.

Uruguay v England head to head odds
Team Odds
Uruguay $2.50 Bet Now
Draw $3.25 Bet Now
England $2.60 Bet Now

Uruguay v England both teams to score odds
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Uruguay v England Correct Score odds
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