World Cup Outright & Top Goalscorer Updated Betting – Suarez now 14/1 from 50/1

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Updated: June 20, 2014
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Following their 2-1 victory over England on Thursday night, Uruguay have been clipped into 40/1 from 66/1 for 2014 World Cup success.

Brazil remain the 3/1 favourites for victory in their home country with Argentina hot on their heels at 7/2. Germany can be backed at 4/1 to bring the trophy back to Europe whilst The Netherlands who were initially installed at 33/1 prior to the tournament commencing are now priced at 10/1.

Following his two goals against England, Luis Suarez, is now 14/1 from 50/1 to be crowned the 2014 World Cup Top Goalscorer. Germany’s Thomas Muller heads the betting at 3/1 with The Netherlands’ Robin van Persie, next in the betting at 5/1.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Luis Suarez didn’t wait long to get back to hitting the back of the net and following his two goals on Thursday night; the Uruguayan is now priced at 14/1 to be the 2014 World Cup Top Goalscorer.”

He added “The 2014 World Cup has already seen holders Spain fail to progress to the last sixteen and at present the outright betting remains wide open with Brazil still remaining our worst Ante Post loser in the book.”

World Cup 2014 – Outright

Brazil 3/1

Argentina 7/2

Germany 4/1

The Netherlands 10/1

France 16/1

Italy 18/1

Belgium 22/1

Chile 22/1

Colombia 25/1

Uruguay 40/1

Portugal 40/1

80/1 Bar

EW 1/2 1, 2

World Cup 2014 – Top Goalscorer

Muller, Thomas 3/1

Van Persie, Robin 5/1

Robben, Arjen 6/1

Messi, Lionel 13/2

Neymar 7/1

Benzema, Karim 8/1

Suarez, Luis 14/1

Aguero, Sergio 16/1

Balotelli, Mario 25/1

Ronaldo, Cristiano 33/1

Mandzukic, Mario 33/1

Higuain, Gonzalo 33/1

40/1 Bar

EW 1/4 1, 2, 3, 4

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