2018 World Cup: Germany vs. South Korea odds, expert picks, insider predictions

On the brink of elimination from the World Cup, Germany showed poise and resilience just in time in its dramatic 2-1 comeback victory against Sweden. Now, the defending champs can put themselves in position to move on from Group F with a win Wednesday against South Korea 10 a.m. ET. Sportsbooks situs judi online have Germany as a massive -700 favorite bet $700 to win $100, while South Korea pays 16-1 to win outright as an underdog in the latest 2018 World Cup odds. The draw is priced at +750 bet $100 to win $750, and the over-under for total goals scored is three.

Before you enter your 2018 World Cup picks, you need to see what European football expert David Sumpter has to say. Sumpter is an applied mathematician who wrote “Soccermatics,” a book that explains how math works inside the sport. Together with other experienced analysts, Sumpter developed the powerful Soccerbot model.

The Soccerbot reads current odds and all team performance data, calculates key metrics and predicts upcoming matches. In nearly three seasons situs judi online since its inception, the Soccerbot is up an incredible 1,800 percent on bookmakers’ closing odds.

The Soccerbot has already nailed draws for Argentina-Iceland +385 and Brazil-Switzerland +360. It also correctly predicted Iran upsetting Morocco at +275, just to name a few of its big calls. Anyone who has followed it is way up.

Now, Soccerbot has digested the film, crunched the numbers and broken down every single player on the rosters for Germany and South Korea. The model has released a very strong money-line pick, which it’s sharing over at SportsLine.

The model is aware Germany is likely to be motivated and galvanized following its dramatic 2-1 victory over Sweden that was sealed with a spectacular goal from situs judi online Toni Kroos in stoppage time.

Germany was upset by Mexico in its opener and risked elimination from the World Cup against Sweden, which it trailed 1-0 at the break. Before the tournament, Germany was among the betting favorites to win, and it has now returned to the top four with odds around 6-1 at most betting outlets.

The model knows Germany needs a win to avoid being bounced from the first round of the World Cup for the first time since 1938.

South Korea could spoil Germany’s comeback story with an unlikely one of its own. South Korea has lost its past four World Cup matches and has scored just one goal combined in losses to Mexico and Sweden.

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But the team could advance if it beats the four-time world champions and situs judi online Sweden loses to Mexico. However, South Korea will be without captain Ki Sung-yueng, who was ruled out with a left calf injury.

So which hungry nation wins Wednesday? Or does it end in a draw?  SportsLine now to see the strong Germany-South Korea money-line pick, all from a European soccer expert whose powerful model is up 1,800 percent in less than three years.


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