Brazil 5-6 to bag most Olympic last-eight goals
BRAZIL are 5-6 favourites in bet365's special on which team will score the most goals in Saturday's men's Olympic football quarter-finals.
Great Britain, who meet South Korea at the Millennium Stadium, are next in the list and then it is Japan at 7-1 and Mexico at 8-1.
Mexico will tackle 10-1 Senegal while Japan's opponents Egypt are 11-1. South Korea are 14-1 shots and Honduras, who face the the U-23 A Selecao, are unsurprisingly 33-1 outsiders of eight.
The firm have also priced-up lines on how many goals will be scored in the four matches - seven or fewer can be backed at 5-2 while it is 5-6 over or under 9.5 and 9-4 is chalked up about 12 or more.
Daniel Sturridge, who scored the sole goal of Team GB's final group game against Uruguay, is a 5-1 favourite with Hills and Ladbrokes to notch first in Cardiff.
Team GB's women were knocked out at the last-eight stage on Friday night after losing 2-0 to Canada.
Canada's semi-final opponents will be North American neighbours USA while France and Japan will do battle on Monday for a final berth.
Bet365 believe it will be a Super Saturday for Team GB in terms of more gold medals. Five or more can be backed at 5-4, six or more is 7-2, seven or more is 14-1 and a 80-1 is available about a whopping eight or more.
Hills's oddsmakers seem to share their thinking.
The firm have GB as favourites for all three remaining rowing finals - 9-2 for three golds - and 4-11 for three rowing medals of any kind.
They also make Mo Farah an 11-8 favourite for the men's 10,000m on the track and Helen Jenkins a 6-4 jolly in the women's triathlon.
Andy Murray is 7-4 with Hills to avenge his Wimbledon final defeat by Roger Federer and grab gold when they meet on Sunday. Federer is 2-5.
Read Saturday's Racing Post for all your latest Olympic betting news, previews, prices, recommendations and views as well as SPL live game and Scottish League Cup advice and rugby league and rugby union match verdicts