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Sunday Confederations Cup Betting Previews, Tips: Chile-Australia, Germany-Cameroon

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Jun/24/2017

Gambling911.com has your betting action for Sunday’s lopsided Confederations Cup matchups.

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Chile was coming in at 1/3 odds in their game against Australia, which was listed at 9/1 odds.  The Draw had odds of 4/1.

The Germany vs. Cameroon game had similar odds.

Germany has not lost in their last six.  Germany have conceded just 0.42 goals per game since Euro 2016 while Cameroon have scored a mere 8 goals in their last 10 matches.

Both teams have scored in four of Australia's last 5 Confederations Cup matches and, with Chile heavily favored here, both teams should score at 4/5 odds.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

 

 

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