Wednesday’s World Cup U20 Betting advice

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Updated: July 2, 2013

Wednesday night sees the final set of last sixteen matches take place in Turkey. Portugal who are 9/1 with Boylesports to win the U20 World Cup for a third time will play Ghana in a bid to progress to the quarter-finals.

Portugal topped Group B on seven points and are 10/11 with Boylesports to record a victory over Ghana (13/5) whilst a draw is available at 23/10.

Colombia who are third favourites to win the 2013 U20 World Cup at 15/2, topped Group C and will face Korea in Wednesday’s night last sixteen match. Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker has priced Colombia at 4/6 to progress to the last eight whilst South Korea are available at 19/5 to win the match.

Group F winners Croatia will face Group E runners up Chile (16/1 to win U20 World Cup) and Boylesports is offering 9/5 that Dinko Jelicic’s men can progress to the last eight whilst Chile who finished third in the 2007 U20 World Cup are priced at 7/5 with Boylesports.

Wednesday night will also see Group E winners Iraq (33/1 to win U20 World Cup) face Paraguay (23/20) with Iraq who were Group E underdogs priced at 9/4 with Boylesports to win the match.

Leon Blanche, Head of Communications at Boylesports said “Iraq were the surprise team in Group E having topped a tough Group that included England, Chile and Egypt.”

He added “Portugal who were runners up in the 2011 U20 World Cup look very determined to go one place better this time round and are available at 9/1 with Boylesports to win it outright this year.”

Matches

July 3rd Home Draw Away

Croatia V Chile 9/5 85/40 7/5

Portugal V Ghana 10/11 23/10 13/5

Colombia V South Korea 4/6 13/5 19/5

Iraq V Paraguay 9/4 11/58 23/20

U20 World Cup Outright

Spain 13/10

France 7/1

Colombia 15/2

Portugal 9/1

Turkey 16/1

Chile 16/1

Paraguay 18/1

Uruguay 20/1

Greece 20/1

Croatia 22/1

Nigeria 25/1

Mexico 28/1

Iraq 33/1

Ghana 40/1

South Korea 40/1

Uzbekistan 50/1

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