Japan v Australia World Cup Qualifier Betting Tips, Latest Odds

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Aug/30/2017

Gambling911.com has your Japan v Australia World Cup qualifier betting tips and latest odds.

Japan had odds of 5/6, Australia 3/1 and the Draw at 5/2.  Japan was seeing nearly half the action with Australia and the Draw equally divided. 

Japan will come into this one as a strong home host having won 11 of their last 15 there.  Japan makes for a good play Thursday.

Here are some more matchups for Thursday with odds:

11:34

 

Japan (10/11)

Draw (11/4)

Australia (18/5)

13:00

 

South Korea (5/6)

Draw (5/2)

Iran (22/5)

19:45

 

Portugal (1/33)

Draw (30/1)

Faroe Islands (150/1)

19:45

 

France (4/7)

Draw (10/3)

Netherlands (6/1)

22:00

 

Venezuela (19/4)

Draw (31/10)

Colombia (13/19)

23:30

 

Chile (4/9)

Draw (77/20)

Paraguay (8/1)

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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