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Sport bad luck in the World Cup fight

21:21  08 august  2022
21:21  08 august  2022 Source:   sport1.de

2022 FIFA World Cup odds, picks, groups, draw: Expert reveals best bets, top sleepers, long shots to back

  2022 FIFA World Cup odds, picks, groups, draw: Expert reveals best bets, top sleepers, long shots to back Martin Green has analyzed the World Cup draw and locked in his best bets, group winners and top sleepers for Qatar 2022Ronaldo will lead Portugal against Ghana, Uruguay and the Korea Republic in Group H at the 2022 World Cup. Can Portugal make a deep run and win its first World Cup, or should you back a favorite like Brazil, France, Argentina or England? According to the latest 2022 World Cup odds from Caesars Sportsbook, Portugal is listed at 12-1 to lift the trophy. Before you lock in your 2022 World Cup picks, you need to see what SportsLine's soccer insider Martin Green has to say.

The Spanish motorcycle driver Aleix Espargaro has suffered a broken heel.

Verletzungspech im WM-Kampf © provided by Sport1.de injury bad luck in the World Cup fight

The Spanish motorcycle pilot Aleix Espargaro, second in the World Cup in the premier class MotoGP, contracted the right heel on Saturday for the Grand Britain's Grand Britain. This was announced by his Aprilia team on Monday after incoming investigations.

"Since the injury does not require surgical treatment, Aleix was prescribed for seven days of absolute calm, during which he has to go on crutches," said the racing team.

The 33-year-old Espargaro took ninth place despite his injury in the race, the next run in Spielberg/Austria will increase on August 21. After twelve out of 20 races, Espargaro is only 22 points behind the French defending champion Fabio Quartararo after twelve out of 20 races.

New York Giants legend Eli Manning joins ownership group of NWSL team Gotham FC .
Eli Manning is the latest in a number of big sports names to join the ownership group of National Women's Soccer League franchise Gotham FC.The National Women's Soccer League club announced on Wednesday that the former Giants quarterback, along with Pete Guelli, a current Giants executive, have joined the franchise as their newest minority investors. They join a growing ownership group that includes some of the biggest names in sports, including the legendary Sue Bird.

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