Current holders Spain, who proved they are undoubtedly the best in the world with back-to-back World Cup and European Championship wins are only fourth favourites for the 2014 tournament. At odds of 13/2 with Coral there will be plenty of support for Spain, especially as Coral are refunding losing bets if either Argentina or Brazil win the tournament. Make sure you check out this special offer from Boylesports who are offering double odds on Spain – an incredible 13/1. Click here to get the offer.
Spain World Cup odds
Domination seems to be the Spanish aim after their U21s retained their European Championship trophy this year; the pool of talent seems to be never ending. The national side hadn’t lost a game since 2011 when they were beaten by England 1-0 in a friendly before the Confederations Cup in Brazil. Get the latest odds for all World Cup teams here.
Spain’s record of 29 games unbeaten in competitive matches came to an end as they were completely outplayed by Brazil in the final of the Confederations Cup, a tournament they looked destined to add to their trophy collection.
Although the Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid were humbled by German sides Bayern and Dortmund in Europe, they are still considered to have one of the best leagues in the world and that will continue to help their national team’s selection process.
Spain’s midfield is particularly threatening as they boast a selection of Barcelona’s finest in Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Sergio Busquets and Cesc Fabregas, with Pedro also included as an attacking threat. Juan Mata could be the man to watch come 2014, however, having had an excellent first season at Chelsea.
One problem for Spain could be their lack of in-form goalscorers with Torres having a poor season for Chelsea, Negredo tailing off towards the end of the campaign, and Costa potentially carrying an injury.
Spain betting tips for 2014 World Cup
Spain have possibly the best hopes of all the contenders for the 2014 World Cup and their odds have been helped by Brazil’s status as host nation. Odds as high as 11/2 for the current world and European champions seem too good to be true and are definitely worth the punt. We suggest you take the best odds of 13/2 with Coral who offer new customers a £20 free bet, and will refund losing bets if either Brazil or Argentina win the World Cup. This really is a great offer. Visit Coral now.