World Cup Football Betting: Spain 13/2 to retain title

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Updated: October 16, 2013

With the Republic of Ireland failing to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Boylesports is offering 18/1 that neighbours England can win a second World Cup whilst hosts Brazil are all the rage, shortening to 3/1 from 7/2 to land a 6th World Cup title.

Germany, who were impressive winners in Ireland’s group in the qualifiers are currently 5/1 to win a 4th title whilst Argentina who last lifted the trophy in 1986 are also on offer at 5/1.

Punters can avail of 13/2 if they think that Spain will retain the World Cup whilst Holland who were runners-up in 2010 and have yet to win the World Cup can be backed at 22/1 with Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker.

Leon Blanche, Head of Communications at Boylesports said “The Germans are no strangers to winning World Cup titles and we have already seen plenty of interest in the current 5/1 available after a successful qualifying campaign.

He added “ England who qualified after a win over Sweden on Tuesdaynight are on offer at 18/1 to repeat the success that last came in 1966.

 

World Cup 2014

Brazil 3/1

Germany 5/1

Argentina 5/1

Spain 13/2

Belgium 12/1

England 18/1

Italy 22/1

Holland 22/1

Colombia 25/1

Uruguay 33/1

France 40/1

Portugal 40/1

Chile    50/1

66/1 Bar

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