World Cup 2014 In Brazil | The Teams With The Highest Chances

worldcup 2014 brazilThis year’s World Cup held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil promises to be extremely interesting even from the very beginning and a very hot betting field among bookmakers that already planned to offer really competitive odds and promotions during the event. As you probably know, England’s coach Roy Hodgson’s nightmare came true during the group drawings as Gerrard and co will have to face the powerful teams of Uruguay, Italy and Costa Rica in the group phase. Fans worldwide speculate that the team that manages to move forward from England’s group D – also dubbed the group of death – has a fair chance of winning the 2014 World Cup. Group D’s teams are not the only ones with a chance of doing the Samba this summer, as you are about to find out.

Spain

With three major championship wins, including the 2012 EURO tournament, Spain is the favorite team for the World Cup. What is impressive about Spain is the seamless manner in which new players are assimilated in the team and integrated perfectly into the impeccable game. The team’s key man is without a doubt Barcelona’s midfielder Andrés Iniesta, a player who is in his playmaker prime. The only thing Spain can do wrong is have Fernando Torres execute the penalties during qualification games.

Argentina

Without denying the fact that having Leo Messi in your team grants you an instant advantage, the truth is that Argentina has another motivation to push itself this summer. The simple fact that Argentina could win the cup in their archrival’s courtyard is more than enough to satisfy even the most critic fan. Perhaps, this will determine manager Alejandro Sabella to work on the team’s weakest point, the defense.

Germany

In spite of the fact that they lost the 2012 EURO to Spain, Germany is a force to be reckoned with. Germany’s team includes numerous talented and young players who are approaching their peak this summer. Similarly to Argentina, Germany appears to present some problems in the defense lines. Then again, Germany has Mesut Özil to rely on, the Real Madrid star who will surely want to dominate games and replicate his excellent play from the 2012 European championship. Moreover, Liverpool’s talented Samed Yeşil could be Germany’s trump card.

Uruguay

Unbeaten in the qualification phases, Uruguay is the most powerful team in group D and has been rated with fairly high chances of winning the 2014 World Cup. Uruguay’s key man is none other than controversial Liverpool’s striker Luis Alberto Suárez. While a talented player, he drew the public’s attention in a negative manner by racially abusing Patrice Evra during a draw with Manchester United in 2011. Even though Uruguay is strong in attack, they are too focused on delivering balls to the strikers and can be easily caught on the wrong foot in the defense.

Brazil

Given the massive and vibrant home support they’ll surely receive, Brazil’s young squad looks complete and seems to have the ability to beat the best. The only unknown variable that can make the difference between winning and losing the World Cup is the style Neymar and co will opt for. Will they go for the pragmatic European style of football and play it safe? Will they choose to delight the world yet again with their flair and put on an unforgettable show? Only time will tell.

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