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World Cup Free Bets and Free Betting Offers - December 6

A selection of the best World Cup free bets and free betting offers ahead of day 16 of the World Cup in Qatar.


Brazil were the headline act on day 15 of the World Cup, demolishing South Korea in the first half and laying down their credentials for a sixth world title with a comprehensive 4-1 win.

Neymar was back to full fitness, Richarlison on good form and the vibrancy and flair of old Brazilian sides was out in full force to re-establish themselves as favourites for the title.

They will face Croatia in the next round, who struggled past Japan in a drab encounter, only advancing thanks to a poor penalty shootout when the pressure seemed too much for the Japan side.

Tuesday sees Spain take on the dangerous Morocco in what could be the tie of the round, while Portugal and Switzerland meet in the evening kick-off in another tough-to-call encounter.

With a number of surprises already in this World Cup, there has never been a better time to take advantage of the best World Cup betting tips, offers and free bets offered by our trusted operators.

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Betting Tip of the Day

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TipMan's Double of the Day

1) Morocco vs Spain - over 2.5 Morocco corners +Sofyan Amrabat to commit ≥1 fouls. 2) Portugal vs Switzerland- over 2.5 cards + over 6.5 corners + Manuel Akanji to commit ≥1 fouls

This Double has been boosted to 5/2 here!

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At 5/2, a £10 bet would return £35!

December 06, 2022

Morocco Vs Spain - 15:00 Tuesday 6th December

Sofyan Amrabat to commit 1 or more fouls

Over 2.5 Morocco corners

Morocco and Spain do battle in the round of 16 with Spain seen as clear favourites but Morocco have looked a very good side so far and topped their group ahead of Belgium and Croatia.

The African side have been backed with a huge following in Qatar and they are sure to make it a hostile atmosphere for their opponents Spain.

Morocco have plenty of attacking options and Spain proved against Japan that they can be suspect defensively so the likes of Ziyach and Boufal will fancy their chances of causing Spain plenty of problems. Morocco average 3.5 corners earned per match while Spain concede on average 3.4 corners per game so the angle of Morocco picking up a few corners at a decent price looks a solid selection here.

Sofyan Amrabat, Moroccos anchor in midfield is sure to be an important player here and have his hands full with some technically brilliant Spanish midfielders. This season in Serie A he has committed 23 fouls and has averaged 2.53 fouls per game, he has committed at least one foul in 95% of his games. With his important role of breaking up play and the quality Spain have its hard to see him not making at least one foul here.

Portugal Vs Switzerland - 19:00 Tuesday 6th December

Over 2.5 match cards

Manuel Akanji to commit 1 or more fouls

Over 6.5 match corners

Portugal and Switzerland play it out in this round of 16 match in what proved to be an entertaining game. Both sides have been involved in some thrilling matches this season and it’s hard to think we’re not in for another great game here today.

Portugal will be the favourites here but this Switzerland side are by no means an easy team to beat, they have quality throughout the side and were narrowly beaten by Brazil in the group stage by 1 goal.

One thing that does look nailed on is cards, both teams have poor discipline records and have racked up the cards already in this tournament. Both teams average over 2 cards earned per match and Mexican referee César Arturo Ramos has given out on average 4.7 cards per game in his last 159 games.

Manuel Akanji recently signed for Man City averages 1.08 fouls per game this season but taking in to account he’s playing in a City side who absolutely dominate most teams they play you would expect him to be put under more pressure by the attacking players of Portugal here.

In terms of corners and similar to cards both teams have been busy with both corners earned and corners conceded this tournament and just in general. Portugal average 5.5 corners earned per game whilst Switzerland average 4.7 corners earned per game. Over 6 corners have landed in 80% of their games and both teams concede between 4 and 5 corners per game in recent times

This free tip has been provided by www.tipmantips.com

Tipman Tips are the UK’s largest subscription-based tipping service who provide their 2,000 members with daily tips across a range of sports, including Football, Racing, and US Sports.

World Cup Betting Offers for Existing Customers

Boosted Odds

One of the most popular offer types is the boosted odds offer. As well as giving you great value on a bet - you get some of the biggest odds available on the market - it benefits both new and existing customers through placing a bet on a selection, and accessing bigger odds than are elsewhere on the market.

Early Payouts

Early payout offers have grown dramatically over the past couple of seasons, so don’t be surprised to see a few more of these around during the World Cup. With these offers, if your team goes ahead, usually by two goals, then you are given an early payout.

Whatever happens during the rest of the match, you have a winner, even if your team loses, a great way to give yourself an extra bit of cover when betting on teams to win in Qatar.

Which are the best World Cup betting offers?

The most common betting offer is known as ‘Bet and Get’, which usually involves placing a qualifying bet in order to unlock your free bets. For example, in order to get a £20 free bet, you will need to deposit and stake £10 at odds of 1/2 or greater.

Another type of promotion is the enhanced odds, which offer punters better odds on a sports event than is typically available, so 1/2 odds become 20/1. The very best enhanced odds offers for the World Cup will appear here on this page during the tournament.

The new customers will indeed be able to benefit from several offers before or during the World Cup, but this doesn’t mean that the existing customers are neglected.

Many bookmakers will run loyalty programmes and weekly free bets clubs, which will provide their customers with free bets on a weekly or even daily basis.


Will Jackson

Will Jackson

Sports journalist, formerly of PA Media and latterly a PR manager within XL Media. Long-suffering Leeds United fan, born and bred in the city via stints in Glasgow and London. Can now be found behind a desk rather than a freezing press box in Dundee.



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