World Cup 2018 Third Place Match Betting » Find the Best Odds Here

The third-place play-off signals the home stretch of the World Cup tournament. The tension of fans and bookmakers will have also increased exponentially. Football World Cup - an excellent opportunity for bookmakers to turn profits as passionate fans back their teams no matter what. Decent bookies not only earn profits on this significant event but also give the opportunity for bettors to turn a tidy profit. We have compared the odds of the best bookmakers for you the punter to make an informed choice and increase your chance of a profit. Compare the coefficients and increase the chances of profit.

When and where will the third place play be

The third-place playoff, match №63, will take place at the stadium St. Petersburg Stadium at 1700hrs local time, between the two losing semi-finalists (matches 61 and 62). This is probably the most difficult match for the players to get motivated for after the disappointment of failing to reach the final. Prize money awarded to the third place team is a reported $24 million while fourth take home a reported $22 million. More detailed schedule of matches you will find on the schedule of matches.

Betting Odds and rates

Fans of the rates make their own predictions as to who will reach the final and fight for the title of World Champions, and study the opinions of experts. Bookmakers also carry out forecasts for all stages of the World Cup and the closer the final the hotter it becomes. We compiled a comparative table of odds from the best and most reliable bookies. Having studied the table, not even an experienced player can make the right bet, which in turn will bring profit. Odds will be available after the semi-final stage.

Interesting information

  • Since the 1998 championship, the winners of the third place play off receive bronze medals with the losers going home empty handed – less the $22 million in prize money that is.
  • The first World Cup back in 1930 was held in Uruguay did not feature a third-place play off
  • At the 2002 World Cup the third place play off Hakan Sukur scored the fastest goal in the history of World Cup Final Tournaments, which was recorded at 11 seconds
  • In 1934, the match for third place Germany – Austria went down in history as a “Naples miracle”, and became a triumph for the Germans: a young team of Otto Nerz stunned the Austrians from the start of lightning attacks and scored three times at the end of the first half, double took Ernst Lehner.