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South American flavour to World Cup group stage acca

| 09.06.2014

There’s only place to back a fivefold accumulator or more during the World Cup with Ladbrokes’ One Out? Our Shout!* offer back for the group stage of the tournament in Brazil.

And to help you make the most of this fantastic promotion the Ladbrokes News team have come up with their own acca featuring matches from the opening four days of the tournament.

Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Uruguay and Argentina all feature in a fivefold, which can be a backed at 6/1 with Ladbrokes, with real South American flavour and the beauty of it is if one of your selections lets you down, your stake will be refunded as a free bet!

Brazil to beat Croatia @ 3/10

There will be plenty of pressure on Brazil to perform as the hosts kick-off the 2014 World Cup against Croatia but expect Big Phil Scolari’s side to take it all in their stride as they kick-off one hell of a Samba party with victory!

Chile to beat Australia @ 1/2

Chile are being tipped up for World Cup glory by none other than expert number cruncher and Ladbrokes’ World Cup ambassador Rachel Riley. And who are we to argue with Chileans getting their campaign off to a great start against a lacklustre Australian side.

Colombia to beat Greece @ 3/4

The absence of Radamel Falcao is a huge blow to Colombia but with South American conditions in their favour they should still have enough to get past Greece in their World Cup opener.

Uruguay to beat Costa Rica @ 2/5

Uruguay will be determined to grab all three points as they open their tournament against supposed Group B whipping boys Costa Rica. With England and Italy squaring off in the other clash in this group nothing but three points will do for Luis Suarez and co.

Argentina to beat Bosnia Herzegovina @ 2/5

Bosnia’s form in the World Cup warm-up matches has seen them become dark horses in this tournament but that will not stop Argentina from claiming victory. With the likes of Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Angel di Maria and Gonzalo Higuain forming a potent forward line-up the Argies should prove far too strong for the World Cup newcomers!

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Oliver Yew