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Countdown to World Cup Brasilia
The world cup will hit Brazil in June of next year. The qualifying teams have yet to be decided courtesy of the qualifying stages. Even though we do not know the finalised line-up for the tournament, we can all be sure that the top teams will have a significant role in the tournament. Brazil, Germany and the holders Spain all field strong teams. The teams we do know have qualified include Japan, Australia, Iran and South Korea. Those looking like a ‘sure thing’ as my mate Wayne would say include team USA, Italy and Argentina. All looking like they should qualify comfortably.
Favourites to win World Cup 2014
Previous winners of the Tournament include the legendary Brazil having won the tournament no less than 5 times. The first being 1958 when they beat the hosts Sweden 5-2 in the final, played in Solna and witnessed by 50,000 supporters. This was superseded by the 1962 defeat of Czechoslovakia, a 4-1 win over Italy in 1970 and the most recent wins, again beating Italy in 1994 and the triumph over Germany in 2002, when they scored 2 and conceded 0.
The history books will tell us that the hosting nation bears a considerable advantage. This so-called ‘home advantage’ is usually attributed to the fans and the familiarity of the country. So that would include the pitches, weather and travel to and from training and the stadiums for players. Whether this home advantage will play out for the side in 2014 is yet to be seen. Although most would agree Brazil need little in the way of advantages being the most likely favourites to win the cup, as they have been the last four world cups running.
Odds as it stands for Brazil lifting the cup in 2014 are 10/3 with most bookmakers and touching 7/2 with the likes of Bet365 and William Hill. This position has perhaps been strengthened by the defeat of Spain in the Co-federations Cup in July.
Germany are another fancied team. Having made a strong impression in the last world cup and proving that they should never be ruled out. Under the guidance of head coach Joachim Löw, Germany will field a team that consists of the likes of Klose and Arsenals new signing Mesut Ozil. Having only lost two games in qualifying thus far they can book their place in Brazil if other games in their group go their way. They currently stand 5 points clear in their group, ahead of Sweden, Austria and Republic of Ireland.
Bookmakers Coral currently have Germany as the third favourites behind Argentina and Brazil at 11/2. Klose and Mueller should feature for the tournament’s top goal scorer or Golden boot, Mueller having won the title of most goals scored in South Africa 2010. Even though both these players are seemingly veterans in the squad, the Manager Low sees no reason going on form why these two shouldn’t feature in the forthcoming campaign. Ever consistent Germany will be a threat to most teams and look a good bet as outsiders to Argentina and Brazil.
The Spaniards are considered by most as the favourites for the title. Being the current holders this will come as no surprise. That is unless you are the bookies, who only feel that Spain warrant a fourth place in terms of favouritism for the title. Ladbrokes go as high as 6/1 for Spain to retain the title they took in 2010, however, across the board the picture is along the lines of 5’s.
Having dominated European football for the last few years Spain have one of the strongest teams. That being almost identical to that of the starting line-ups for both Barcelona and Real Madrid. With the likes of Ramos, Martinez, Iniesta and South Africa 2010’s second highest goal scorer David Villa all at Head coach Bosques disposal, Sapin look like a side to be feared.