With Brazil lifting a 4th Confederations Cup on Sunday night, Boylesports are now offering an industry top price of 7/2 that Luiz Scolari’s team can win the 2014 FIFA World Cup and become the first side ever to win the Confederations Cup and World Cup back to back.
Current holders Spain remain at 5/1 with Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker, but after last night defeat to Brazil, they will need to raise their game in order to retain the World Cup.
England who won the World Cup in 1966 are available at 20/1 with Boylesports whilst Argentina are on offer at 5/1.
Leon Blanche, Head of Communications at Boylesports said “Brazil were very impressive against Spain in the Confederations Cup Final and clearly are worthy 2014 World Cup favourites.”
He added “Germany who last lifted the World Cup in 1990 and were third place finishers in 2010 have a very young and upcoming side and are a best Price at 5/1 with Boylesports.”