Germany now 9/2 from 13/2 for World Cup glory

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Updated: June 18, 2014
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Following their 4-0 demolition of Portugal, Germany are now priced at 9/2 to win the 2014 World Cup with Brazil moving out to 3/1 after their bore draw.

The Germans had been priced at 13/2 prior to their victory and now look like major contenders to win the tournament. Following their defeat, Portugal, have been eased out to 40/1 from 28/1.

Host nations, Brazil, currently head the outright betting at 3/1 with Argentina next in the betting at 7/2.

In the World Cup Top Goalscorer betting, Germany’s Thomas Muller is now the 7/2 favourite to retain the title having been available at 33/1 prior to his hat-trick against Portugal. Muller’s nearest rival is Brazil’s, Neymar, at 5/1 with Argentina’s Lionel Messi next in the betting at 13/2.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Germany showed that they can never be underestimated in the World Cup on Monday evening. We have seen steady support now at 9/2 for the German’s but Brazil remain by far our worst result and continue to attract support at their current price of 11/4.”

He added “In the race for the Top Goalscorer both Neymar and Muller are undoubtedly the best backed players in the market with both of them now being six figure losers.

World Cup 2014 – Outright

Brazil 3/1

Argentina 7/2

Germany 9/2

Spain 10/1

Holland 12/1

France 16/1

Italy 18/1

Belgium 22/1

England 28/1

Chile 33/1

40/1 Bar

EW 1/2 1, 2

World Cup 2014 – Outright – Top Goalscorer

Muller, Thomas 3/1

Neymar 7/1

Messi, Lionel 13/2

Van Persie, Robin 7/1

Benzema, Karim 8/1

Robben, Arjen 14/1

Aguero, Sergio 16/1

Ronaldo, Cristiano 18/1

Balotelli, Mario 25/1

Higuain, Gonzalo 28/1

Fred 28/1

Lukaku, Romelu 28/1

40/1 Bar

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