World Cup Odds & Betting Stats

The 2014 FIFA World Cup will surely be one that will be remembered by history. The host country always Brazil has to be considered a World Cup favorite, and the World Cup odds reflect this. Brazil has not hosted the World Cup since 1950 when they came in 2nd losing to Uruguay in the finals. Can Brazil become the 6th host to win the World Cup? Future betting odds suggest it will be.

No real long shots have won the World Cup since 1986, but there have been some long-shot winners of the Golden Boot. Brazil holds the record for the most Golden Boot winners with three with Ronaldo winning most recently in 2002 when he had odds of 16/1.

Here at World Cup Odds we have odds comparison and betting stats for all World Cup matchups, so you can get the best odds value or find those stats that can give you and edge on your world cup wagers.

Our World Cup Odds are gathered from some of the most reputable online sportsbooks in the industry, so you can bet with confidence on all the World Cup excitement from Brazil. Our writing team of football entusiasts will be covering a range of other World Cup bets leading up to and during World cup. Look out for odds articles covering everything from top scorer odds, team specials, proposition odds, plus free bets alerts when a book is offering them.

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Three Key World Cup Strikers Dealing With Injuries

As the World Cup is less than a month away there are three world-class strikers that are dealing with injuries. While the player with the best betting odds to win top goal scorer this summer in Lionel Messi seems to be fit the same cannot be said about Christiano Ronaldo, Diego Costa, and Radamel Falcao.

Here is some info on those players and their injuries and their odds to win the top goal scorer at Bet this summer at Bet365.
Christiano Ronaldo (Portugal) +1200


Ghana Flying Under World Cup Odds Radar

The Group of Death always gets a lot of press, but even though that is the case Ghana us flying under the radar. Germany and Portugal are the two teams in the groups expected to progress with many thinking the Americans have a shot. However, Ghana is a solid squad that narrowly missed out on becoming the first African team in the World Cup semifinals after losing to Uruguay in 2010 in the quarters.


More World Cup Bets at Bet365

Bet365 is one of the leading online sportsbooks in the world and they may be THE best when it comes to wagering on the beautiful sport. They added a few new World Cup bets last week and this week they added a few more and you can be sure they are not done. There are so many wagering possibilities on the site and now there are three more, so you are covered for all of your World Cup Betting.


New World Cup Bets at Bet365

Bet365 is one of the best online sportsbooks and they really have the World Cup covered with all of the soccer bets they have. They have had many best up for a long time, but as the World Cup draws near they have just added four more in Group Forecast, Team Group Points, Team Exact Group Points, and To Finish Bottom of Group.

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Group Forecast


World Cup Injury Update – May 2014

The World Cup betting odds have not changed much in the last couple of months, but there have been some key injuries where players have had their dreams of playing in Brazil dashed. Here are some key players that have been ruled out of the World Cup due to injuries.

Victor Valdes GK – Spain – While Iker Casillas is now healthy and Valdes would have been Spain’s second keeper, but he will still be missed. He is a world-class keeper and if Casillas is inured Spain may be in trouble.


In Depth Look at World Cup Odds Favorite Brazil

Brazil is set to host their second World Cup and the host is the betting favorite to win it all. They have betting odds of +275 followed by Argentina at +450 and Germany at +550.

Brazil kicks off the tournament in the first match in a Group A encounter facing Croatia where they are HUGE betting favorites posted at -400 with the Croats at +1100 and a draw line of +450. Speaking of Group A Brazil is the big favorite to win it posted at -400 with Croatia at +600, Mexico at +800, and Cameroon at +2500 at Bet365.


Breaking Down USA World Cup Odds and Fixtures in Group of Death

The Americans were solid in World Cup qualifying, but were a little deflated when the draw came out and they were put in the Group of Death. The USA not only has long shot odds to win the World Cup at +15000, but have the third worst odds to win Group G at +1100.


World Cup betting: Portugal faces Group of Death Odds

Ok, there is no double that Portugal has a good squad led by, arguably, the best striker in the world in Cristiano Ronaldo, but can he lead his squad to World Cup glory?

The Portuguese have a tall task this time around, as it will be their second World Cup in a row playing in the Group of Death.

Ronaldo and company advanced to the round of 16 in the last World Cup and they have a tall task getting there this summer with the likes of Germany, USA, and Ghana in their group.


World Cup Betting Tips: Messi resting for Brazil?

The World Cup is not far off and here are some interesting things happening with some of the favorites as well as their odds to win it all. Odds available at Bet365 Sportsbook.

Brazil +275 – Brazil is loaded for the World Cup, but can the young Neymar, who has the second best odds to win the top goal scorer, lead the squad this summer? Much of the World Cup news as of late has been about the construction of some of the stadiums and how they are very much behind schedule.


Big Blow for Belgium – World Cup Injury Report

Belgium has been hailed a dark horse to win the World Cup in Brazil, but they suffered a huge blow with the recent injury to Christian Benteke. He injured his Achilles and has been ruled out for the tournament. He will be missed, big time, as he is one of Belgium’s best players.

Benteke plays for Aston Villa and in 60 matches this season he has scored 29 goals. While the Belgium midfield is still the strength of the squad the world-class striker’s injury hurts their chances to hoist their first World Cup trophy.