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In Group A, hosts Brazil (1/4 to win the group) look to be in a great position, having to face off against a Croatia side (11/2) who lost to Scotland twice in 2013, as well Mexico (7/1), who were forced to qualify through the play-offs, and Cameroon (25/1). The Africa side may be outsiders, but have a rich history in the tournament, and will look to replicate the form Roger Milla and his team showed in Italia 90.
Group B sees 2010 FIFA World Cup winner Spain (8/11) face Holland (2/1), Chile (9/2), and Australia (9/1), who are only 1/4 to finish bottom. If you think Spain may struggle, then have a look at our Stage of Elimination market, which prices Spain at 9/2 to fail to qualify from the group.
One of the most interesting groups of the 2014 World Cup sees Colombia (4/6), Cote D’Ivoire (9/2), Japan (9/2), and Greece (6/1) do battle in Group C, but with Colombia expected to finish top, our Straight Forecast market can give you 7/2 on Japan to finish runners-up.
The Three Lions of England (9/4) find themselves in a tough Group D, and will look to overcome either Italy (11/8) or Uruguay (7/4), whilst costa Rica are given little chance at 66/1.
Winners of the 1998 World Cup France are 4/5 to win Group E, but will be out to avoid the embarrassment they befell in 2010. They are up against a strong Switzerland side (9/4), Ecuador (9/2) and outsiders Honduras (16/1).
The much fancied Argentinean side are placed in Group F (1/4), alongside Nigeria (11/2), who they faced in 2010. World Cup debutants Bosnia and Herzegovina are 13/2 to win the group, but 4/6 second favourites to qualify from it. Iran make up the quartet at 50/1.
The penultimate Group, G, sees the 2014 World Cup third favourites Germany (4/7 to win the group) take on Crisitano Ronaldo and Portugal (5/2), 2010 quarter finalists Ghana (10/1), and the USA (10/1).
The fancied Belgians are placed in the final group, H, and are priced at 4/7 to finish top ahead of Russia (2/1), South Korea (9/1), and Algeria (25/1).
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