5 Weird Football Bets for the 2018 World Cup That Can Earn You Money

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Weird Football Bets for the 2018 World Cup

The world’s biggest sporting event, the FIFA 2018 World Cup is scheduled to kick off in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium with a match between host Russia and Saudi Arabia on the 14th of June. During the “most beautiful month in four years”, billions of football fans will follow the world cup matches and place a bet on their favorite teams. We collected some odds for those who like to bet on weird things in football.

Odds on any team to boycott the FIFA 2018 World Cup

England has threatened to boycott the 2018 FIFA World Cup after the Salisbury incident. Given England’s long history of World Cup disasters it might actually be a safe way for them to avoid losing face again… Anyway, there is considerable political pressure over the globe, so a boycott is possible. 1xBet Sportsbook offers 7.2 odds on any football team boycotting the Football World Cup in Russia.

Odds for penalties at the 2018 World Cup

The World Cup will feature a number players notorious for their violent or reckless behaviour on the pitch. Just think of Diego Costa, aka the ‘Butcher’ (Spain). Or Pepe (Portugal). Or maybe Dele Alli (England)? Now, consider Mr. Sergei Karasev, a referee from Russia, well-known for his tough discipline and quick hand to draw a card. He is confirmed to be the referee on several matches. 1xBet Sportsbook offers solid 3.2 odds on Sergei Karasev awarding at least one penalty at 2018 World Cup.

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Diego Costa

Odds for the first red card at the 2018 World Cup

We have some hot-blooded players and high-stakes matches watched by billions of fans. It is inevitable that someone will lose his mind on the pitch. But who will be the first? Filipe Luís from Brazil? Spain’s Sergio Ramos? Maybe even Neymar from Brazil? Check out 1xBet Sportsbook to see their odds on who will receive the first red card. You can even bet on if the total number of red cards will be over 13 during the 2018 Football World Cup.

Odds for England coach ‎Gareth Southgate to be fired after the 2018 World Cup

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Gareth Southgate

The Three Lions are in a group with Panama, Tunisia and Belgium. Seems like a piece of cake, but we are talking about a team that got knocked out by Iceland at the Euro 2016. Or scored one miserable single point in the previous World Cup. Will ‎Gareth Southgate’s young team be a total disaster? If yes, it’s all over for Gareth Southgate. Check out the odds on England reach the round of 16 on 1xBet Sportsbook.

Odds that Luis Suarez will bite at the 2018 World Cup

Suarez bit in 2010. Then in 2013. At the 2014 World Cup, it seemed that the Uruguay striker had learned his lesson and calmed down. Bookmakers even offered 175 to 1 if he was to bite again. Then he bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini, earning a small fortune for over 150 bettors who trusted his unconventional way of earning respect on the field. If you are not sure if The Vampire will bite again, check out the odds on 1xBet Sportsbook for Uruguay to qualify from their group.

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So, the best four weeks of the four years is coming up soon. Make sure you pick a favorite team and have fun while playing a bet at 1xBet Sportsbook!

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