You won’t be surprised to know that when you see Germany sit right among the top bookies favourites for the World Cup. The fact that they are Germany and the archetypal ‘tournament team’ is probably enough for most punters to place a bet, but the form books show that the confidence in Die Mannschaft is well placed. The holders breezed through qualifying with ten wins out of ten (scoring 43 and conceding just four) and tasted success in the Confederations Cup on Russian soil last summer, at the same time as their under-21s swept to glory in the European Championships in Poland.
The World Cup 2018 has thrown up a different winner in each of the last five years with Germany, Spain, Italy, Brazil and France all taking home football’s biggest international crown. But the last time a team won back-to-back World Cups was in 1962 when Brazil followed up their triumph of 1958.
So who’s your choice for which team is going to lift the World Cup in Brazil – Germany or Argentina?
This has been a remarkable World Cup in so many ways – the most obvious being the unbelievable capitulation by the host in the semi-final. The 7-1 result on Brazilian soil truly may have changed the face of international football forever. But we know all about the result now and there’s nothing we can really say that hasn’t been said already.
FIFA have announced the Group table of 32 teams which are categorized into 8 groups with 4 teams each.
Five times world champions, Brazil is in Group A, whereas defending champions, Spain is in Group B.
Brazil, Croatia, Mexico, Cameroon
Spain, Netherlands, Chile, Australia
FIFA have announced 32 teams, who are successfully qualified for the World Cup 2014. So lets talk about Team pots, who are going to which pot.
World Cup 2014 Draws Pots
FIFA have categorized 4 pots for 32 teams. Each pot has eight teams.
According to FootballShoot.com prediction, In each Pot there will be two best teams.