Germany vs Portugal World Cup 2014, Odds, Predictions, and Pick

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Germany vs Portugal World Cup 2014, Odds, Predictions, and Pick

The names Germany and Portugal are certainly uttered with a high amount of respect in the world of soccer. Both these teams play some of the most attractive and high quality soccer out there and both are among the favourites for the Brazil 2014 trophy, Germany in particular. Joachim Low, Germany's coach, is certainly looking for the trophy as a crown of his achievements and success. As do Mesut ozil, Mario Gotze, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Manuel Neuer.

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The Portuguese, on the other hand, have, according to many, the best soccer player of our time, the famous Christiano Ronaldo and they are surely not going to give up. These teams played an opening game against each other in the Euro 2012 and the Germans managed to win that one 1-0. The goal was scored by Mario Gomez, who will be absent from the squad this year. The Germans were much more successful in the Brazil 2014 qualifications, by winning 9 of their 10 matches. Portugal had to go through the play-offs in order to qualify.

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Despite the fact that this is match is a true clash of the titans, so to speak, one team has to be the favorite, at least on paper. In this match, that is German with odds -110 for a win. The odds for the Portuguese are +300 and the draw is at +240. Both teams play attractive soccer and it's hard even to predict the number of goals that will be scored.

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The odds for a 1-0 victory are +650 and +1000 for Germany and Portugal respectively. Betting that both teams will score could earn you $8 if you bet $10, i.e. the odds are -125, whereas a bet that both teams won't score has -110 odds. A bet that two or more goals will be scored in the game has quite low odds, only -350, i.e. one could earn only less than $3 if s/he bets $10. Of course, besides the traditional and more or less common bets, there is a number of unconventional bets that you could make on such an exciting game. You can bet on who is to score the first goal, or whether a player is to score a goal at all. Then, you can bet that at a certain point of the game the result will be 1-1, without having to bet on the final result. Another interesting betting option is to bet that both Ronaldo and Ozil will score. In the end, it's a game of soccer and anything can happen, right?