Colombia and Brazil play on Friday, July 4

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World Cup Betting: Brazil and Colombia Set for Historic Semi-Final Showdown

Brazil and Colombia had very different expectations going into the 2014 World Cup. As we enter the quarterfinals, the two countries will battle each other, the favored team being Brazil (-130).

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As the host nation, a lot is expected from Brazil, but after struggling in the round robin and squeaking past Chile in the Round of 16, doubt is spreading nationwide.

Meanwhile, Colombia’s performance has been surprising spectators, thanks largely to James Rodriguez. He has scored five goals in four games and has been named man of the match three times. Still, Colombia is +350 to win the match, so they still face an uphill battle.

Colombia is making history at the World Cup, but they will have their hands full with Brazil. They have only ever beat Brazil twice, and the last time was in the 1991 Copa America.

Can Rodriguez continue his incredible streak, or will the Brazilians flood their streets in celebration?

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World Cup Odds: Rodriguez Looks to Continue Being Hottest Player in the Tournament

Brazil may be one of the favorites to win the 2014 World Cup, but now they have to go through James Rodriguez and the Colombians. Rodriguez has been a man on fire and set the soccer betting world aflame.

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Rodriguez has been named man of the match in three of his four games so far. He has scored five times, with at least one goal in each match. He netted both goals in a 2-0 win over Uruguay, and now Colombia will see its first-ever quarter-final appearance in the World Cup.

Will Rodriguez be able to continue his hot streak, or will the hometown Brazilians shut him down? The two countries will face off on Friday.

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World Cup Odds: Brazil Looking to Keep Locals Happy in Match against Colombia

Brazil has struggled thus far, and a match against the headline-making Colombians does not bode well. Brazil is the favorite at -130, so can they avoid the upset and advance to the semi-finals?

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Colombia has hardly been tested so far, but a quarterfinal match against the host Brazilians may be too much. James Rodriguez has been incredible, but how much gas does he have left? The Brazilians want to make a statement to turn around their lackluster performances, and a dominant win over a weaker Colombian side may show the world why Brazil was chosen to host the 2014 World Cup.

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With five goals in the tournament, James Rodriguez has taken Colombia on his shoulders and advanced his country to their first quarter-final appearance at the World Cup. Their next challenge will be the tough Brazilians, who will be eager to win the tournament on home soil. Can Rodriguez continue impressing the world, or will Brazil put an end to the magic?

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Will Brazil continue to benefit from home pitch advantage, or can Colombia take down the hosts and advance to the semi-finals?

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<p><em>Colombia and Brazil play on Friday, July 4</em></p>
<p>Write-up (200 words) </p>
<p><strong>World Cup Betting: Brazil and Colombia Set for Historic Semi-Final Showdown</strong><strong> </strong></p>
<p>Brazil and Colombia had very different expectations going into the 2014 World Cup. As we enter the quarterfinals, the two countries will battle each other, the favored team being Brazil (-130).<br />
<br />
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<p>As the host nation, a lot is expected from Brazil, but after struggling in the round robin and squeaking past Chile in the Round of 16, doubt is spreading nationwide.</p>
<p>Meanwhile, Colombia’s performance has been surprising spectators, thanks largely to James Rodriguez. He has scored five goals in four games and has been named man of the match three times. Still, Colombia is +350 to win the match, so they still face an uphill battle.</p>
<p>Colombia is making history at the World Cup, but they will have their hands full with Brazil. They have only ever beat Brazil twice, and the last time was in the 1991 Copa America.</p>
<p>Can Rodriguez continue his incredible streak, or will the Brazilians flood their streets in celebration?<br />
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<p>Write-up (100 words) </p>
<p><strong>World Cup Odds: Rodriguez Looks to Continue Being Hottest Player in the Tournament</strong> </p>
<p>Brazil may be one of the favorites to win the 2014 World Cup, but now they have to go through James Rodriguez and the Colombians. Rodriguez has been a man on fire and set the soccer betting world aflame.<br />
<br />
<span class="style1">Bet on the World Cup at Bovada and get a free 50% bonus.</span> </p>
<p>Rodriguez has been named man of the match in three of his four games so far. He has scored five times, with at least one goal in each match. He netted both goals in a 2-0 win over Uruguay, and now Colombia will see its first-ever quarter-final appearance in the World Cup.</p>
<p>Will Rodriguez be able to continue his hot streak, or will the hometown Brazilians shut him down? The two countries will face off on Friday. </p>
<p class="style1">Bet on the World Cup at Bovada and get a free 50% bonus. </p>
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<p>Write-up (50 words) </p>
<p><strong>World Cup Odds: Brazil Looking to Keep Locals Happy in Match against Colombia</strong> </p>
<p>Brazil has struggled thus far, and a match against the headline-making Colombians does not bode well. Brazil is the favorite at -130, so can they avoid the upset and advance to the semi-finals? </p>
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<p>Colombia has hardly been tested so far<a name="_GoBack" id="_GoBack"></a>, but a quarterfinal match against the host Brazilians may be too much. James Rodriguez has been incredible, but how much gas does he have left? The Brazilians want to make a statement to turn around their lackluster performances, and a dominant win over a weaker Colombian side may show the world why Brazil was chosen to host the 2014 World Cup.</p>
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With five goals in the tournament, James Rodriguez has taken Colombia on his shoulders and advanced his country to their first quarter-final appearance at the World Cup. Their next challenge will be the tough Brazilians, who will be eager to win the tournament on home soil. Can Rodriguez continue impressing the world, or will Brazil put an end to the magic? </p>
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<p>Will Brazil continue to benefit from home pitch advantage, or can Colombia take down the hosts and advance to the semi-finals? </p>
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