World Cup 2018 | Day Two | Preview and Odds

The World Cup may kick off today, but tomorrow is when the real action starts as the bumper bundle of games begin with three group stage fixtures over the course of the day.

Egypt face Uruguay in the second Group A match, while Group B begins with Morocco against Iran ahead of the Iberian derby between Portugal and Spain to round off an action-packed day of football.

Our football betting expert gives you the best World Cup betting odds ahead of all three encounters.

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Russia open 2018 World Cup | Russia v Saudi Arabia | Preview and Odds

The wait is almost over – the World Cup is finally here and to get the 2018 tournament underway in Russia, the hosts come up against Saudi Arabia in Group A.

Will home advantage pay off or will it be a case of opening night nerves in the Luzhniki Stadium with Saudi Arabia providing a shock akin to Senegal’s win over then holders France back in 2002?

Our football betting expert runs through the best World Cup betting odds ahead of the opening encounter.

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Golf | US Open heads back to Shinnecock Hills | Preview and Odds

The second Major of the year – The US Open – is upon us and arguably the hardest test of golf returns to Shinnecock Hills for the first time since 2004.

That year Retief Goosen took the title on four under par and you would expect a similar score will be needed to take the title this year, with USGA officials unhappy at the 16 under which saw Brooks Koepka win his first Major at Erin Hills last year.

Here are our best golf betting odds ahead of the four days in New York.

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Cricket | Can England bounce back from shock Scotland loss to defeat the Aussies? | Preview and Odds

The Netherlands in 2009 and 2014. Ireland in 2011. And now Scotland in 2018.

England have made an unfortunate habit of being shocked by cricket’s lesser lights – with the latest name on their dishonour roll coming against the Scots on Sunday.

Despite making 365, their joint seventh highest ODI score ever, Eoin Morgan’s men still fell six runs short of Scotland’s score – with Calum McLeod’s unbeaten 140 proving decisive.

England must pick themselves up – with another old enemy, Australia, next up in a five-game series.

We have had a look at the best cricket betting odds and picked out the ones to  look out for.

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