- Switzerland has +320 odds to make it past Portugal in regulation on Tuesday.
- Portugal is the favorite, with -110 odds on the three-way moneyline.
- Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo has never scored in the knockout rounds at the World Cup.
LUSAIL, Qatar - Switzerland and Portugal are set to face off in the World Cup Round of 16, and the two teams will meet at 2 p.m. EST, with Portugal favored by half a goal at the online sportsbooks.
Portugal vs. Switzerland Spread Odds
- Portugal -0.5 (-110)
- Switzerland +0.5 (-110)
Note that these are full-time odds – if the game goes to extra time, or penalty kicks, the bets will still be graded as of full-time.
These two teams have played twice in 2022, as they faced off in the Nations League six months ago. They split those games, although Portugal’s 4-1 victory was far more convincing than Switzerland’s 1-0 victory.
Switzerland has never won three games at a World Cup. Ever. They’ve won two so far, and if they win this game, it will be the first time in World Cup history that they win three of them.
Portugal vs. Switzerland Three-Way Moneyline Odds
- Portugal -110
- Switzerland +320
- Draw +250
Switzerland finished second in their group behind Brazil, and they were roundly outplayed by a team that is swiftly becoming a tournament favorite.
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They didn’t get a single shot on target – although, given the beatdown Brazil just handed South Korea, a 1-0 shutout might not be that bad of a result as far as the implications on soccer betting.
Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo has never scored a goal in the World Cup knockout rounds, despite having six different matches in which to do so over the course of his career.
Cristiano Ronaldo Goals Odds
- One Goal +160
- Two Goals +850
- Three Goals +4900
Despite his lack of knockout round scoring, Ronaldo is still only a mild underdog to score a goal in this game. It might be his last chance to break his no-scoring streak, given his age and relative decline from his peak.
Who Will Win? Portugal/Switzerland
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