Portugal v Spain
Portugal v Spain Odds
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One of the biggest games of this World Cup takes place at The Sochi /Fisht Stadium on 15th June, when favourites Spain take on fierce rivals and European Champions Portugal...
With both teams featuring as top contenders to take the famous trophy home, a win for either could have a large impact on how this years World Cup progresses.
Sportsbooks offer Spain as favourites to win this Group B clash, but if Portugal are on form it could go either way, and you’ll find some decent odds on the outcome of this crucial game.
Portugal may be the the current European Champions, but they made hard work of qualifying for the World Cup, and have to face rivals Spain in their opening match of the competition.
Without a doubt it’s set to be a tough match and Portugal really need to give it their all if they want to keep their hopes alive of doing well at the World Cup.
Santos’s men look in god form, beating Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland and Andorra in international friendlies, although they lost their last game against the Netherlands.
Portugal have some of the best talent in the world, and with captain Ronaldo’s experience playing with several of the Spanish players, they may just have enough to grab a win.
A win in this opening match is fundamental to where they end up heading into the next round of the tournament, as the runner up position in the Group stages may put them against teams they would rather avoid in the Round of 16.
Lopetegui’s men are up there amongst the sportsbooks favourites to win the World Cup, after a successful qualifying campaign that saw Spain top their group.
Spain last won the World Cup back in 2010, and will surely be confident that they have a strong chance of taking the title again this time around.
They look good, having beaten Argentina 6-1 in their last friendly, and with a strong track record against Portugal, it’s easy to see why sportsbooks offer Spain as the favourite to win this one.
They should easily progress, but their performance against Portugal will determine their finishing position, and a win would give them a more certain chance of topping Group B.
Lopetegui has a fantastic team, and given Spain has won 3 of the last 5 games against Portugal, they can’t mess this one up if they want to win their opening game of the World Cup.