My first spread bet, best ways watch the World Cup, and your chance to win a share of £800,000

This article was first published to the Ultimate Stats Betting Pack, World Cup group
A copy of the Ultimate Stats Betting Pack for the 2018 World Cup in Russia available here.

It's so close I can almost taste the vodka, although that might be more to do with last nights entertainment rather than the fact the 2018 World Cup in Russia officially starts tomorrow.

This is the last update(but a packed one) in our daily World Cup countdown but we will be providing regular newsletter updates during the tournament. However, if you want to keep in touch with the latest daily news and insights, receive all of our pre-tournament recommended bets, plus our best bet every day during the tournament then you need to make sure you have our “Ultimate Stats Betting Pack” – grab your copy today and remain in the box seat for the whole tournament

Spread Betting the World Cup

Yesterday was my first real experience of Spread Betting and it was quite the in-doctrine!

I'd had Max Revilo's “Sports Spread Betting” service recommended to me for quite a while, yet I just had not chance to sit down and give it a proper go. Well yesterday was the day I finally got around to taking the plunge and I am so glad I did!

Armed with my £25 free bet from Sporting Index off i went and took Max's advice to bet goal minutes at 116 (I was a bit late, so it was actually 120 by the time I placed the bet) in the game between Japan and Paraguay. Well six goals later (two of which were in the 90th minute) and I was staring at a profit over a thousand pounds! Pretty chuffed with that – I've now gone and adapted some of our recommended World Cup tournament bets and used those winnings to follow a few on the spreads.

Spread Betting is certainly not for the uninitiated as you can lose far more than your original stake. While yesterday was my first proper bet, I had been doing my research for sometime and I would recommend anyone thinking of doing this to do the same. Max has a wealth of information on his site to help you get started – if you would like to learn more about Spread Betting and Max's service, you can do so here

Don't miss your chance to potentially win a share of £800,000

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How To Watch The Wold Cup

Whether you are planning to watch the World Cup at home, in the pub with your mates or sitting by the beach with a Pina Colada, this guide will ensure you never miss a minutes action, thanks to ExpressVPN.

Country by Country Guide to which stations are showing the games

Fifa World Cup 2018 TV Channels List
United Kingdom BBC, ITV (both networks set to share 2018 world coverage in the UK)
Ireland RTE (exclusive coverage rights for all world cup matches on TV, Radio and online)
Australia SBS, Optus Sport (Australia matches on SBS while other matches on SBS’s subscription channel Optus)
New Zealand Sky Sport (exclusively on SkySports, all matches live, repeat and highlights)
Oceania Countries Sky Pacific (Sky NZ will also provide coverage to adjacent iceland countries.)
France TF1, beIN Sports (France matches on TF1 while other games on beIN Sports)
USA FoxSports (exclusive English rights in the US), Telemundo (Spanish coverage)
Canada CTV, RDS, TSN
Mexico Televisa, TV Azteca, SKY México
Costa Rica Teletica, Sky, Movistar
Panama Sky, Movistar
India & South Asia Sony Pictures Network (Sony has exclusive rights in south asia and sub continent countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afgahanistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives etc)
Middle-East & North Africa beIN Sports (exclusive rights in middle-east and some north african countries)
South Africa & Other African countries SuperSports (South African based network, SuperSports has live rights in South Africa and some of the other african countries.) Participating countries in World Cup will have their matches on their national channels.
Germany ARD, ZDF (Coverage to be shared between ARD and ZDF)
European Countries EBU (most of the european countries will have live coverage on Free to air local channels, specially the matches involving the nation team of that country)
Portugal RTP, SIC, SportTV
Spain Mediaset España
Netherlands NOS
Ireland RTE
Italy MediaSet
Belgium VRT, RTBF
Austria ORF
Switzerland SRG SSR
Sweden SVT, TV4
Finland YLE
Denmark DR, TV 2
Norway NRK, TV 2
Poland TVP
Czech Republic CT
Ukraine Inter
Russia Perviy Kanal, VGTRK, Match TV
Turkey TRT
Greece ERT
South American Countries Unlike the previous world cups, every South American country has seperate deals with FIFA and below is the list of channels broadcasting in latin countries.
Brazil Globo, SporTV, Fox Sports
Argentina TV Pública, Telefe, DirecTV, TyC Sports
Uruguay Monte Carlo, Canal 10, Teledoce, TyC, DirecTV
Colombia Caracol TV, RCN TV, DirecTV
Chile Canal 13, TVN, Mega, DirecTV, Movistar
Ecuador RTS, DirecTV
Paraguay SNT, Telefuturo, TyC, DirecTV
Peru Latina, DirecTV

Watch the 2018 World Cup on BBC or ITV (Free)

  1. Get ExpressVPN
  2. Connect to a UK server location. If you need help on choosing a location, contact Support
  3. Go to to access the BBC and ITV channels (no registration or payment required)
  4. Watch the stream!

This article was first published to the Ultimate Stats Betting Pack, World Cup group
A copy of the Ultimate Stats Betting Pack for the 2018 World Cup in Russia available here.

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