Every Country’s Opening Odds To Win the 2014 FIFA World Cup

Brazil's 2014 FIFA World Cup (Home) Team Are The Favorites To Win It All

Brazil’s 2014 FIFA World Cup (Home) Team Are The Favorites To Win It All

So who has the best shot at winning the 2014 FIFA World Cup? Four countries, according to Bovada’s Las Vegas Sportsbook, with the home country – Brazil – up top. Brazil’s favorite odds are 3-1.

Argentina, Germany and reigning 2010 champion, Spain, are the other three with reasonable chances.

Then, there’s the first drop off to a second group of countries – nine of them – between 18-1 and 40-1.

After that, nobody’s got a real shot – from good ol’ rivals Russia and the USA at 100-1 to the impossibles that finish off with Honduras and Iran at 1,500-1.

COUNTRY OPENING ODDS TO WIN 2014 WORLD CUP
1. Brazil 3-1
2. Argentina 4-1
3. Germany 11-2
4. Spain 6-1
5. Belgium 18-1
6. England 22-1
6. Italy 22-1
8. France 25-1
8. Netherlands 25-1
8. Portugal 25-1
8. Uruguay 25-1
12. Colombia 33-1
13. Chile 40-1
14. Russia 100-1
14. USA 100-1
16. Ivory Coast 125-1
16. Mexico 125-1
16. Switzerland 125-1
19. Bosnia-Herzegovina 150-1
19. Croatia 150-1
19. Ecuador 150-1
19. Japan 150-1
23. Ghana 200-1
23. Greece 200-1
25. Nigeria 250-1
26. South Korea 300-1
27. Australia 500-1
27. Cameroon 500-1
29. Algeria 1,000-1
29. Costa Rica 1,000-1
31. Honduras 1,500-1
31. Iran 1,500-1

Odds provided for entertainment purposes only.

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Posted on June 10, 2014, in World Football and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Brazil, Argentina and Spain look to be the main title contenders this year in Brazil. But you could never say anything in world cup there will be some shocks in the tournament.

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