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Big Price Coupon: Hosts Brazil now 2/5 to beat Croatia

| 11.06.2014

After a short summer holiday Ladbrokes’ Big Price Coupon is back for the World Cup with even bigger selected price boosts.

To kick things off the bookmaker has boosted the price of hosts Brazil to beat Croatia in the tournament opener from 1/4 to 2/5 when you include the selection in an accumulator of five legs or more.

And to help you make a winning start to the campaign in Brazil our News Team have come up with a fivefold available at odds of 6/1. Read on to find out more…

Brazil to beat Croatia @ 2/5 (Was 1/4 Now 2/5)

Expectation are high among Brazil fans as Luis Felipe Scolari’s team head into their home World Cup and Ladbrokes customers will be expecting BIG things when the Selecao take on Croatia. Brazil are now 2/5 and they are great value to start the tournament with a bang and we think they’ll do just that!

Chile to beat Australia @ 4/9

Australia are expected to be the Group B whipping boys and it’s difficult to see anything but goals flying past highly-rated Socceroos goalkeeper Mat Ryan. Chile will be desperate for a big win and star player Alexis Sanchez could be the man to deliver for La Roja.

Colombia to beat Greece @ 3/4

Greece had one of the best defensive records in World Cup qualifying but Fernando Santos’ side could come unstuck against Colombia. With conditions in their favour, Colombia can get their campaign off to the best possible start with victory – but with Greece involved don’t expect too many goals!

France to beat Honduras @ 4/11

Les Bleus are one of the dark horses for the tournament and if they are to make any impact they will have to take all three points against Honduras. The Central Americans held England to a 0-0 draw in the warm-up matches but with Karim Benzema, Antoine Griezmann and Olivier Giroud all in the scoring form, France should be too strong.

Belgium to beat Algeria @ 4/9

Despite their lack of major tournament experience, Belgium have the star quality to do exceptionally well in Brazil. Algeria will be a tough nut to crack but with the likes of Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku in their ranks, the Red Devils should prove a class above their African counterparts.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Oliver Yew