World Cup 2018 Group C – Betting Tips, Predictions & Preview

World Cup favourites France find themselves in Group C of World Cup 2018, and they are joined by Australia, Denmark, and Peru. On paper, Les Blues are far stronger than their opponents, and they are favourites to win the group. However, we predict an interesting battle between remaining three sides for the second spot in the group. Here’s a little preview of all four nations from the Group C. Australia Australia are making their fourth consecutive appearance at World Cup. However, the route to qualification was not an easy one…

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(Video) Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez DESTROYS Peru with INSANE assist

Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez is apparently not intending to let his phenomenal form of the 2014/15 season drop just yet, as his performances have helped book Chile into the Copa America final with a win over neighbours Peru. READ MORE: Arsenal News and Gossip DONE DEAL: Petr Cech SIGNS for Arsenal Arsenal offered Lyon star forward but must pay £21m And he helped out with an outrageous assist for teammate Eduardo Vargas to find the net and put the hosts through by winning 2-1. Sanchez received the ball just outside the…

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Copa America – Nine-man holders out as knockout stages begin

Just like Europe’s leading club competition the Champions League, the Copa America has become exceptionally difficult to retain over the years due to the endless conveyer belt of quality that seems to come from right across the world’s smallest permanently inhabited continent. Uruguay are the latest team to fail in their attempts to triumph for a second time in succession, losing to hosts Chile in an ill-tempered clash on Thursday morning. It was not a major surprise that the holders fell, as they never looked convincing in scraping through the group…

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Copa America – Unpredictability emphasised by Brazil loss

The second round of group matches is almost complete, and the Copa America could not be more wide open, with a couple of shock results leaving some to question where the balance of power truly lies on the international stage in South American football. Pleasingly, the less fancied sides are proving competitive and adding to the drama in what has been an entertaining first week of the tournament. It began with Chile registering a comfortable victory over Ecuador, who went on to lose disappointingly against Bolivia, highlighting their regular failure…

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Copa America Group C – Time for Brazil to prove a point

A humiliating defeat in their own World Cup will, despite their best efforts, never be forgotten by Brazil. In his second spell in charge, former captain Dunga has had to pick up the pieces of the nightmare in Belo Horizonte and his first shot at competitive redemption begins here as they take on Peru in their opening Copa America match. Performances in friendlies have at least been encouraging, with the recent 2-0 victory over Mexico the latest in a series of positive results, but those matches will not have been able…

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