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All 32 Teams Now Known 2014 World Cup

All 32 Teams Now Known 2014 World Cup

The anticipation about who is going to the football world cup in 2014 is over and all 32 teams participating in the world's biggest football event are now known. In the wake of this, sports betting companies from all over the world has begun to set their odds on whom they believe will take the prestigious title, and will be known as the best football nation for the next four years.

Favorites to win the title as seen by the large British bookmaker William Hill are Brazil, who not only has the home field advantage, but also a really strong team, giving you 4,3 times your money as a winner. Following Brazil, William Hill thinks that Spain, Argentina and Germany all have an equal chance of winning, 5,0 times your money as winners of the world cup.

The 2006 world cup winners Italy who cruised through their qualification group without any major problems, gives a great odds of 20, while uncontrollable Portugal gives odds 33 should they win the title, being great odds given their great teams and their current form. Belgium, which is a country that many people don't consider to be one of the top teams in the world actually ranks higher to win the title, giving only odds 16 should they win the world cup.

Should you want to bet on any of the underdogs, you can find odds of up to 2500 if you want to put your money on Costa Rica or Honduras, while you can get odds 500 should South Korea win the championship.

You can follow the exciting group draw of the 2014 World Cup the 6th of December on FIFA’s website, where all the groups will be found.


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