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World Cup Winner Odds - Brazil $3.75 favourites ahead of quarter-finals

Gary Emmerson 4 Jul 2018
  • Brazil top the betting to be crowned champions
  • England, France and Belgium next in the market
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Brazil are the $3.75 favourites to win the World Cup for a sixth time ahead of the quarter-finals of the 2018 finals in Russia.

The five-time winners were last crowned world champions in 2002 but top the betting market with Ladbrokes as they prepare to face Belgium in the last eight.

Brazil booked their place in the quarter-finals with a 2-0 win over Mexico, while $6.00 fourth favourites Belgium came from two goals behind to defeat Japan 3-2.

In the same half of the draw, France at joint second favourites to win the tournament at $5.00 odds. The French won a dramatic Round of 16 contest against Argentina 4-3 and now face $15 shots Uruguay, who defeated Portugal 2-1.

Fresh off a penalty shoot out win over Colombia, England are also $5.00 to win the World Cup ahead of a quarter-final against Sweden, who are the $23 outsiders following a 1-0 win over Switzerland in the last 16.

The other quarter-final sees Croatia ($7.00) and hosts Russia ($19) clash after both needed a penalty shoot-out to progress to the last eight as the knocked out Denmark and Spain respectively.

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Ladbrokes Market

Brazil $3.75
England $5.00
France $5.00
Belgium $6.00
Croatia $7.00
Uruguay $15.00
Russia $19.00
Sweden $23.00


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