Sports Interaction listed Germany as one of their favorite countries to win the 2018 FIFA World Cup. They have set their price at just +450. Although they are slightly behind their nearest rivals Brazil (+550) and France (+500), their World Cup qualification performance, and continued standing at the top FIFA world rankings may be enough to indicate that they are worthy leaders.
It is impossible to imagine Germany finishing outside the quarter-finals. This is something they have nearly always achieved. Sports Interaction offers odds of -200 that Germany will reach the quarterfinal stage. This is an incredible value for a team who almost certainly won’t be in their group, and is likely to face a weak opponent during the second round.
We predict another appearance by the Germans in the final. The stars are aligned for a Germany-Brazil rematch in this biggest game of the year. We believe that Brazil will win their revenge and beat the four-time champions. You can wager +225 on Brazil making it to the final. However, if you believe Germany will exit at the semifinal stage, then +100 is available.
No matter what you pick, Germany is one the most exciting teams in the World Cup. There will be plenty of entertainment for all ages to enjoy whether they win or lose. The team boasts some of the best young players in the world, and most of the 2014 class are still at the top. This may be another great year for Germans!
Germany is currently at 5/1 odds of winning the competition. The German Nationalelf (national eleven), have reached the semi-finals in 8 of the major competitions, including the euro and world cups. The country is extremely focused on international football. This includes the consistent use of the match ball in their national league and the presence of the same manager for 12 years.
The German football team combines experience with Mario Gomez and Marco Reus, Thomas Muller and Arsenal’s Mezut Ozil. It also features exciting youth in Manchester City’s Leroy Sane or Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger.Last Updated on October 2, 2021