International Friendlies Betting Tips and Odds - Football

The World Cup in Brazil is almost upon us and teams will be making their final preparations and honing fitness and tactics as managers attempt to decide upon their best XIs.

There are loads of international friendlies taking place in the weeks prior to the big party and main event that is Brazil 2014 and whilst some our distinctly lower key than others – those being played between sides not competing in Brazil – there are also one or two really enticing games to get our betting teeth into.

Whichever games you’re interested in, be sure to use our live betting odds comparison to ensure you get the best odds and the biggest profits as quickly and easily as possible for your winning bets.

International friendlies are always tough games to predict as you never know what side the managers will field, nor how seriously either side will take the clash. Those teams that are going to the World Cup may play experimental sides and test fringe players or alternatively they may try to build morale, confidence and cohesion among their intended starting XI.

No side will want to head to the World Cup after a run of defeats in these international friendlies but, by the same token, picking up injuries to key players would be a bigger price to pay.

England face a couple of games, against Peru – real tough challenge that – and then against Ecuador and Honduras as they prepare for their games against South and Central American opposition at the World Cup whilst other big games include Denmark v Sweden, Russia v Slovakia and France v Norway. And we’ll have the best betting odds right here.

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