Best Odds on Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 Winner!


Posted: April 29, 2017

Updated: October 6, 2017

The Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 has started on 27 April and will last until 7 May. But which teams will make it till the end of the beach football tournament in the Bahamas?

There are 16 teams divided into 4 groups participating in hopes of winning the Beach Soccer World Cup 2017. The biggest names in the competition, according to online betting news in the Bahamas, are Brazil, Portugal and Italy. They are all drawn in different groups so they will most likely meet in the Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 Playoffs only.

Bet on group winners!

Group A consists of Senegal, Switzerland, the Bahamas and Ecuador. Switzerland and Senegal are favourites to win the group with 1.35 (7/20) and 2.99 (199/100) odds to win Group A. Group B’s biggest name is definitely Italy, whose odds to win the group are 1.99 (99/100), while those for Iran are 1.75 (3/4) at Marathonbet. Nigeria and Mexico are also in Group B.

It’s pretty easy to make some Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 betting predictions based on the odds to win Group C: Portugal has it at 1.10 (1/10), Panama at 201.00 (300/1), Paraguay at 51.00 (50/1) and the UAE at 7.50 (13/2). Group D is something similar: the odds are basically the same, but here Brazil is the clear favourites, Tahiti and Poland are in such impossible situation as Panama and Paraguay and Japan has 7.00 (6/1) odds to win Group D.

Outright odds for Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 Winner

Marathonbet offers many awesome betting lines for Beach Soccer World Cup 2017. You can bet on which teams will qualify for the semi-final or the final, and you can also bet on Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 winner. If you want to make a safe bet, online sportsbooks in the Bahamas believe in a Brazilian victory: 1.65 (13/30). Portugal’s odds to win Beach Soccer World Cup 2017 are 2.50 (6/4) while those for Italy are 7.80 (34/5). Do you believe in miracles? Bet on Switzerland to win Beach Football World Cup 2017 Bahamas for 10.00 (9/1)!

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