FanDuel promo code ‘No Sweat First Bet’: Go get this wonderful World Cup boost

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Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, center, celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Leicester City at Etihad stadium in Manchester, England, Sunday, Dec. 26, 2021.
Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, center, celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Leicester City at Etihad stadium in Manchester, England, Sunday, Dec. 26, 2021. The Associated Press

Boston.com readers can use FanDuel Sportsbook’s ‘No Sweat First Bet’ up to $1,000 for a nice boost on today’s betting. Take a deeper look here.

With the biggest and best soccer tournament in the world underway, it’s time to sign up for FanDuel Sportsbook and use its ‘No Sweat First Bet’ up to $1,000 for a quality boost. Keep reading for a best bet idea.

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Use ‘No Sweat First Bet’ for Belgium-Canada

Belgium has one of the best teams in the tournament. They’re experienced, talented, and smart.

Plus, as their core group gets older and older, this may be their last chance at winning the biggest tournament in world soccer. That means they’ll be coming out desperate in their first game today against Canada.

Canada isn’t a bad team. They have some talent and they play hard. They’ll be a tough opponent, but there’s just no way Belgium should lose or draw in this game.

FanDuel Sportsbook has Belgium as -195 to win the game, and I think that’s the best bet of the afternoon. With -195 odds, you’re forced to lay a lot of juice, but the juice is worth the squeeze here.

There have been a lot of weird upsets so far in the World Cup, but I don’t see this as one of them. Consider backing Belgium with your ‘No Sweat First Bet’ on FanDuel.

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