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World Cup: Brazil Preview

Brazil is the odds on favorite to win Group G, which has been called the Group of Death, but they are not a lock to make it out with the very strong teams of Portugal and Ivory Coast in the group.

Brazil is in Group G with Portugal, Ivory Coast, and North Korea.

Bovada has Brazil at +500 to win the World Cup and at -222 to win Group G.

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World Cup: Group G Preview

Brazil is the favorite to win Group G, but winning it will not be easy, as in this World Cup this is the Group of Death.

Brazil (-222) has the best odds to win Group G and they recently overtook Spain as FIFA’s top-ranked team. It is interesting that Group G is the group of death since North Korea is the lowest ranked team by FIFA playing in South Africa.

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World Cup: Italy Preview

Italy is the defending World Cup champion and they have won the event four times and they have one of the best defenses in the tournament and are also in one of the easier groups.

Italy is in Group F along with Paraguay, Slovakia, and New Zealand.

Bovada has Italy at +1200 to win the World Cup and at -333 to win Group F.

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World Cup: Paraguay Preview

Paraguay finished third in the South American World Cup qualification and their defense is solid and they are one of the best teams in the tournament in taking advantage of opponents’ mistakes.

Paraguay is in Group F along with defending World Cup champion Italy, Slovakia, and New Zealand.

Bovada has Paraguay at +5000 to win the World Cup and at +350 to win Group E.

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World Cup: Group F Preview

Italy is the defending World Cup champion and they were lucky to be in one of the easiest groups of the tournament.

Italy (-333) won the World Cup in 2006 and they are the major favorites to win Group F. The Italians did not do well at the European Championships is 2008 or at last June’s Confederations Cup, but they have a good squad with a great defense.

Italy did not have a tough time in World Cup qualifying and they are trying to repeat as champions for the second time.

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World Cup: Cameroon Preview

Cameroon is FIFA’s highest ranked team from Africa, have one of the best players in the world, and may have the best team the country has ever had so they have a decent shot to make it out of Group E.

Cameroon is in Group E with Netherlands, Japan, and Denmark.
Bovada has Cameroon at +25000 to win the World Cup and at +450 to win Group E.

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World Cup: Japan Preview

Japan is FIFA’s highest ranked team from Asia, but they are the lowest ranked team in their group and a long shot to make it to the playoffs.

Japan is in Group E with Netherlands, Cameroon, and Denmark.
Bovada has Japan at +25000 to win the World Cup and at +1000 to win Group E.

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World Cup: Slovakia Preview

Slovakia is making their first World Cup appearance and while they have the third best odds to win their group they are a squad that has a strong defense and led their European qualifying group in goals.

Slovakia is in Group F along with defending World Cup champion Italy, Paraguay, and New Zealand.
Bovada has Slovakia +20000 to win the World Cup and at +1000 to win Group E.

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World Cup: Denmark Preview

Denmark looked great in qualifying finishing ahead of such teams as Sweden and Portugal, but winning their group with Netherlands in it is no easy task.

Denmark is in Group E with Netherlands, Cameroon, and Japan.
Bovada has Denmark at +12500 to win the World Cup and at +375 to win Group E.

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World Cup: Netherlands Preview

Netherlands has a great offense and if they can play decent defense they will be tough to beat in group play.

The Netherlands is in Group E with Denmark, Cameroon, and Japan.
Bovada has Netherlands at +1200 to win the World Cup and at -175 to win Group E.

The Netherlands is not in the toughest group and they have a great offense, but Cameroon and Japan are the highest ranked teams in their respective continents and Denmark looked great in qualifying winning their group ahead of Portugal and Sweden.

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