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2018 World Cup Group H Betting Odds: Colombia, Poland, Senegal, Japan

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Dec/01/2017

The 2018 FIFA World Cup draw took place Friday with Group H teams including Colombia, Poland, Senegal and Japan.  

Colombia had odds of 5/4, Poland 7/4, Senegal 4/1 and Japan 7/1.

This appears to be among the more competitive groups with even Japan not a major long shot. 

Poland, a 2016 Euro quarterfinalist, qualified for the first time since 2006 while Colombia features 2014 top scorer James Rodriguez (six goals).

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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