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With one year to go, who is favoured to win the World Cup?

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With one year to go, who is favoured to win the World Cup?

Considering Brazil and Japan are technically the only teams qualified for the World Cup so far, some may say that it is far too early to say who will the competition. But pre-qualification is where the best value lies for any team before the final 32 teams are drawn.

The natural favourite to win is Brazil right now, with odds of 4.00 available at William Hill. As host, Luis Scolari\’s squad will have one of the most vibrant home advantages of any team in history and Big Phil has already led the nation to the promised land back in 2002.

Creeping up behind the Brazilians is their neighbour from Argentina, which comes in at 5.50 to raise its third world title. With a lineup that inclides Messi, Higuain, Tevez, and Di Maria, this team has all the goods needed to make a run to the final.

Driven by dominant club performances this year in the UEFA Champions League, Germany comes next with odds of 6.00 to notch its fourth championship. The Germans were one of the heavy favourites in 2010 but when they met Spain, Joachim Löw just could not solve the Spanish problem.

Despite being the reigning World and two-time European Cup champs, Spain is fourth in the odds with 6.50 being offered for La Roja to become the first repeat world champs since Brail did it back in \’58 and \’62.

There is a big jump for the fifth spot, which sees a lot of value at 19.00 for the Dutch to win their first title. We all know how close they came to winning in South Africa, and so far in qualifying Holland is the only team in Europe with a perfect record, having won all six of its games thus far.

Other notable teams include Italy (23.00), Portugal (43.00), Croatia (81.00), Japan (201.00) and coming in dead last is Northern Ireland with a monster 2001.00.

For those that feel history may repeat itself, the last time Brazilwas host it was Uruguay who lifted the Jules Rimet Trophy. The Uruguayans are available here at 51.00.

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