Need a Bookie, Pay Per Head in Newark, NJ for the FIFA World Cup

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Apr/15/2018

East Newark bookies in particular will have their hands full this FIFA World Cup series as the region is considered the 4th largest Brazilian community within the United States (Newark itself once had the largest Portuguese community in the U.S.).  And Brazil is the co-favorite to win this summer's World Cup at 5/1.

The Guardian provided this preview of what should be one of the most dangerous Brazilian teams in years:

Tite has not had 20 games in charge but Brazil’s transformation from a rudderless wreck to World Cup contenders has been astonishing. Tite has implemented a 4-1-4-1 and carefully navigated the lack of club playing time for some of his players. He has accommodated Neymar on the left, Casemiro in front of the backline, Gabriel Jesus in the centre of attack and has got the best from the full-backs Dani Alves and Marcelo. Renato Augusto is another performing at his peak, and Paulinho, one of Tite’s favourite players, has managed the transformation from the Chinese league to Barcelona remarkably well. The process has risks attached to it, too. Apart from the regulars in the starting XI there is not much depth – Willian and Roberto Firmino aside, Tite does not seem to have faith in many other players.

Newark is home to large concentrations of South Americans whose own teams will participate in this year's World Cup.

But Portuguese by far represent the brunt of Newark's population (close to 20,000 or nearly 7% of the overall population center).

From the Guardian:

“Brazil, Argentina, Spain, Germany and France are the favourites to win the World Cup,” says the Portugal coach, Fernando Santos, before adding: “Then we have other candidates, who want to get as far as possible, and win the tournament if possible, and Portugal are in this second group.” Santos is cautious, despite winning Euro 2016 but he is looking forward to the World Cup with optimism and does so with good reason: Portugal seem stronger now than a year and a half ago, having added creativity to the defensive organisation that underpinned the 2016 title. Bernardo Silva and André Silva have been important factors in this attacking upgrade and in general the team have more depth. The one area which is perhaps weaker is the defence, where it has been hard to find replacements for Pepe (who will be 35 next summer), José Fonte (34) and Bruno Alves (36).

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