World Cup 2014 Betting Field

After the last round of qualifying, there are now 21 teams that have qualified for next summer’s World Cup in Brazil.

There are still 11 spots up for grabs in some huge home and away playoffs and one more round of qualifying in the African region. Importantly, eight teams are set to battle next month as Europe sends its final four reps to World Cup 2014.

Here are the 21 teams that have qualified for the World Cup and their current World Cup betting odds at Sportsbook as of October 21st.

Brazil +333

Argentina +500

Germany +500

Spain +550

Belgium +1400

Holland +1800

England +2000

Italy +2000

South Korea +2500

Colombia +2800

Chile +5000

Russia +5000

USA +8000

Bosnia and Herzegovina +15000

Switzerland +15000

Ecuador +15000

Japan +17500

Australia +20000

Iran +75000

Costa Rica +100000

Honduras +150000

Africa Qualifying

In Africa there is one more leg of a home and away tie. Ghana, Nigeria, and Ivory Coast are in the driver’s seat in their quest to qualify. In the first leg of their respective ties Ghana was at home and crushed Egypt 6-1, Ivory Coast was at home and beat Senegal 3-1, and Nigeria was the away team and beat Ethiopia 2-1.

Here is the schedule for the second leg of these ties.

Nov 16th Nigeria vs. Ethiopia        

Nov 16th Senegal vs. Ivory Coast 

Nov 17th Cameroon vs. Tunisia    

Nov 199h Egypt vs. Ghana 

Nov 19th Algeria vs. Burkina Faso           

Ghana is in the best shape to qualify after their 6-1 thrashing of Egypt in the first leg and they have the best odds of any team from Africa to win the World Cup at +12500 followed by Ivory Coast (+15000) and Nigeria (+2500).

European Qualifying Odds

In Europe there is a home and away series with the Sportsbook advancing to the World Cup. Here is the schedule for those ties:

Nov 15th Ukraine vs. France         

Nov 15th Iceland vs. Croatia          

Nov 15th Greece vs. Romania       

Nov 15th Portugal vs. Sweden      

Nov 19th Croatia vs. Iceland          

Nov 19th France vs. Ukraine         

Nov 19th Romania vs. Greece       

Nov 19th Sweden vs. Portugal      

All of these teams with the exception of Iceland have odds to win the World Cup. Here are the futures odds for the remaining teams in Europe.

France +4000

Portugal +4000

Croatia +17500

Ukraine +20000

Sweden +25000

Greece +40000

Romania +75000

Here is the schedule for the play-in ties between teams from different qualifying regions:

Nov 13th Jordan vs. Uruguay        

Nov 20th Uruguay vs. Jordan        

Jordan does not have odds to win the World Cup, as they are the major underdogs in this tie, with Uruguay at +3300

Nov 13th Mexico vs. New Zealand           

Nov 20th New Zealand vs. Mexico           

New Zealand does not have odds to win the World Cup, as they are a big underdog in this tie, with Mexico at +12500.

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