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Who will win the World Cup 2018?

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Only July 15th, 2018, who will be left celebrating at the conclusion of the World Cup? The final of Russia 2018 is being held at the Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow and for one nation it will be the seventh and most important match of all. Heading into the 2018 World Cup it is Germany and Brazil who the bookmakers have as the ones to beat. Germany are the reigning champions having beaten Argentina in the final, landing Die Mannschaft their fourth title.

Germany and Brazil are joint 9/2 favourites at bet365* (betting odds taken on March 16th, 2018 at 10:10 p.m.) to land the win.

World Cup 2018 Winner Odds*

(at Bet365)

Team Odds*
France 1.44
Croatia 2.75

(betting odds taken on July 12th, 2018 at 00:35 p.m.)

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Along the way the Germans produced one of the most stunning World Cup results ever as they destroyed Brazil 7-1 in the semi finals. It was all over inside half an hour with Germany 5-0 ahead and the Brazilians on their knees. But the Selecao are the most successful team ever in the history of the World Cup and they will be back and hungry for more success on the World stage. With an embarrassment of riches like Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, Willian, Roberto Firmino, Philippe Coutinho, Fernandina, Dani Alves, Thiago Silva and keeper Alisson, they are well equipped to make a good run at the title. But arguably the Germans are more of a complete unit than the Brazilians are and have their own proven quality.

The quality of the chasing pack is pretty big this time around. There are genuinely strong challengers who are capable of dumping the favourites out of the competition. The likes of Spain, France, Argentina and Belgium all fit nicely into that category. France have one of the most talented, deep squads heading to the World Cup and at 6/1 odds with bet365* (betting odds taken on March 16th, 2018 at 10:27 p.m.) punters will be fancying them too.

Don’t forget the each way option when looking at the outright odds for the World Cup 2018. There will be two places at 1/2 odds with most bookmakers on the World Cup outright winner market (always do your due diligence and check first). That means that you can take some longer priced options with a degree of comfort. Like England out at 16/1 odds and then the European champions Portugal who are 25/1 alongside Luis Suarez’s Uruguay.

The field looks as if it is running pretty deep for the contenders at the World Cup 2018. We have all of the best World Cup 2018 winner odds right here. Just take a list below, find your team of choice and then see which bookmaker has the best price on them. You can also do this for other World Cup outrights like the Top Goalscorer and the Name The Finalists market.

Best Online Bookmakers

* All mentioned odds were valid at the time of writing. Betting odds are subject to fluctuations. Please check the current odds with the respective bookmaker!