Brazil Still Favored to Win The 2014 World Cup

It still remains in almost every analysis that Brazil, Argentina, Germany and Spain are still the four top favorites to win the 2014 World Cup. No European Nation has ever won a World Cup on South American or North American soil in the six tournaments that have been played on these two continents. This is why the top to favorites are Brazil and Argentina. Brazil failed to reach the semi-finals in both the 2006 and 2010 World Cups. This year’s Brazilian squad is noted by Nate Silvers SPI Index as the best team in the world. They are overflowing with youth and talent at all areas of the field.

What is surprising is that World Champion Spain has longer odds than both Germany and Argentina. They have been the most dominate team in the last half decade winning the 2008 Euro Cup, 2010 World Cup and 2012 Euro Cup. Pundits believe because they struggled a bit through the 2014 World Cup qualifying this downgraded the team a bit. It’s a month long tournament and many games to go so lots of time for punters to bet on their favorite teams in many of the proposition bets available at various online bookmakers.

Sportsbook.ag have made their choices and below are listed the top odds to Win the World Cup

  • Brazil +250
  • Argentina +400
  • Germany +500
  • Spain +600
  • Belgium +1200
  • Italy +2000
  • France +2500
  • Colombia +2500
  • Portugal +2600
  • England +2800
  • Netherlands +2800
  • Uruguay +2800
  • Chile +4000
  • Russia +9000
  • USA +12000
  • Switzerland +12000
  • Mexico +13000
  • Ecuador +15000
  • Ivory Coast +16000
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina +18000
  • Japan +18000
  • Croatia +18000
  • Greece +20000
  • Ghana +20000
  • Nigeria +28000
  • South Korea +40000
  • Korea Republic +50000
  • Australia +65000
  • Cameroon +70000
  • Algeria +100000
  • Honduras +100000
  • Iran +150000
  • Costa Rica +150000
  • June 13, 2014 by : Posted in betting-futures No Comments

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