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.”