Germany Listed at 6.00 To Win 2018 World Cup

Published on July 13th, 2014 6:40 pm EST

Earlier today, Germany defeated Argentina 1-0 in extra time to take home the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Germany, which was clearly the better team on Sunday, found themselves in the finals following a historic 7-1 rout of host nation Brazil. Argentina, on the other hand, managed to get by the Netherlands in penalty kicks.

Lionel Messi, who had a magical tournament, wasn't able to penetrate the German defense, though he did come close. In the end, an extra time goal from Mario Gotze was the difference as Germany clinched their fourth World Cup title.

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With the 2014 World Cup now in the books, the world can now look forward to the 2018 World Cup, which is currently slated to take place in Russia.

It shouldn't surprise you to hear that Germany are the current favourites to win in 2018, as they are currently listed at 6.00 to win.

The next five teams:

Argentina, 8.00
Spain, 8.00
Brazil, 9.00
France, 11.00
Belgium, 13.00

There are a few interesting teams in the group that was listed above.

Will Spain be able to regroup following an embarrassing performance this year? After all, Spain won the 2010 World Cup but failed to make it out of the Group stage this year.

Brazil, which was the favourite to win the 2014 World Cup, will also be looking to regroup following a Semi-Final rout at the hands of Germany.

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Host nation Russia is currently listed at 17.00 to win.

Here are some other nations of interest:

Holland, 13.00
England, 17.00
Italy, 17.00
Columbia, 26.00
Portugal, 26.00
USA, 51.00
Uruguay, 51.00
Sweden, 81.00

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Who do you think will win in 2018?

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