World Cup 2014 Outright Tournament Winners Odds

World Cup 2014 is sure to be as exciting as ever and the betting will continue to hot up as the tournament gets ever closer as Spain look to retain the title they won in 2010.

An extra-time goal from Andres Iniesta handed the Spaniards their first World Cup victory and they will be looking to hold on to the trophy in Brazil 2014.

Brazil will certainly be a country to watch out for as their World Cup pedigree speaks for itself as they look to win the tournament for the sixth time having not won the competition since 2002. 

Argentina's hopes will be hanging on the performance of Lionel Messi, who has blossomed into one of the best footballers to grace the pitch and if the team around him can perform to his high standard will definitely be a nation to watch out for.

Apart from Spain, a plethora of European clubs will be in the punter's minds when deciding who to bet in the 2014 tournament.  2010 runners-up The Netherlands will be looking to go one better, whilst Germany, Italy and England will be another three worth taking into account.

As we look forward to the competition the qualification groups will certainly have some bearing on the bookmakers market.  So make sure you keep coming back to this page to see the latest odds on the World Cup 2014.

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