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World Cup Odds for World Cup 2014 are listed below. Brazil will have a huge advantage as hosts, but so too will other South American countries. Argentina looked very good for a while at the last World Cup. Top European countries Spain, Holland and Germany have shown that they can travel to another continent and perform well.
The World Cup Golden Boot odds are discussed in full on our World Cup Top Scorer odds page. Note that there is a difference in betting on the golden boot winner and the World Cup Top Ccorer. The last World Cup was the first in which assists were used to separate the tied players and decide who would win the Golden Boot. So make sure the rules are clear if the market is called golden boot winner rather than World Cup Top Scorer.
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