World Cup 2014 fixtures and results are important factors to look at when planning your Brazil 2014 betting.
When you are eyeing up your football betting for any tournament, it is not just always about picking the best team out of the bunch.
That would all be a little too predictable and obvious and the world of sport just doesn't work that way.
One of the most important factors to look at is the draw for the World Cup and the potential fixtures down the line.
Every one of the 32 participating nations have to go through three group matches, and eyeing up who your favoured team to back
is going to be facing in the first stage, can give an indication of how comfortably they are going to get out of the group.
But looking further ahead is even more important than that, especially if you are not backing an outright favourite.
World Cup 2014 Fixtures and Results - Group Stage Matches - Round 1
World Cup 2014 Fixtures and Results - Play-Off for 3rd place
Sa 12th July
Brazil v Holland
World Cup 2014 Fixtures and Results - Final
Su 13th July
Germany v Argentina
All times are GMT
A bit of planning and taking some time to plan out the most likely route to the final of the competition can help you
gauge your World Cup 2014 bets even better. If you are backing a team and they are likely to run into Spain or Brazil in the quarter finals,
than that is going to diminish their chances of going all the way.
Similarly, if there is a good chance that the draw is going to open up in front of your selection all the way to the semi final stage,
then that is going to make them even more valuable. So a bit of forward planning,
and even seeing the scenarios should your backed team finish first or second in their group,
and what paths that may lead them down respectively, will go a long way.
So World Cup 2014 Fixtures and Results are important to keep a track of.
The Brazil 2014 festival of football all starts on June 12th. Host nation Brazil will be in action and hoping to get their
challenge off to a positive start as they take on Croatia in Sao Paulo. The following day should see one of the games of
the first stage of the 2014 World Cup kick off, as reigning World Champions Spain take on the Netherlands,
in what could be an early group decider in Group B. England get their campaign underway in Manaus on June 14th
as they take on European rivals Italy in a tough looking match.
A tough fixture list in the group stage alone awaits the Three Lions as they take on Uruguay and Costa Rica too.
Lionel Messi's Argentina start their World Cup title challenge in Rio on June 15th as they take on Bosnia in Group F.
Then another cracking looking fixture in the group stage of 2014 World Cup betting, highlights the action on June 16th,
as one of the favourites at the head of the outright winner market Germany, go up against Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal.
Will the deadly goalscoring exploits of the Real Madrid star be able to guide the Portuguese to an upset?
A Germany win there should see them cruise on to win the group.
So again, looking at the fixtures and plotting a chart to the World Cup final is an important aspect of your football betting
to weigh up. So too is keeping a track of results. You don't want to miss a result which affects the standings in the competition,
and you will want to take information from results to carry forward to a particular nation's next match.
These are the little nuances of football tournament betting.
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