World Cup Quarter Finals – Easy Prediction

Brazil, Germany, Holland and Argentina. There, we said it. Now go bet on them all! :-) We have great deals available with our partner bookmakers!

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World Cup Top Scorer Statistics

  • In 7/16 World Cups where there has been one winner, the Golden Boot’s nation played in the final.
  • In 2/3 most recent World Cups a top scorer played in the final.
  • 10/13 most recent winners/joint winners reached the semi finals or played for the hosts.
  • Semi finalists play a total of 7 matches regardless of the semi final result.
  • Team who don’t reach the semi final can play a maximum of only 5 matches.
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World Cup Golden Boot Odds

Brazil and Argentina seem to have the easiest groups and best chance of reaching the final so one of these teams should produce the top scorer. Neymar was outscored in Confederations Cup by team mate Fred who looks better value than Neymar at the odds.

Meanwhile both Lionel Messi and Gonzalo Higuain make plenty of appeal for Argentina at the 2014 World Cup. Higuain’s central striking role and his goal returns both in qualifying and the last World Cup make him the best bet. Higuain scored every 95.4 minutes in qualifying whilst Messi only managed a goal every 114.3 minutes. At the 2010 World Cup Higuain scored 4 goals (one short of the Golden Boot) whilst Messi failed to score at all.

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Latest World Cup Odds

The stats are very strong for World Cup winners and we should be looking at teams playing in their own continent (preferably the host nation) that are well fancied by the bookies and have won a World Cup before. If only looking at South American teams that narrows the field to just Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia, Chile and Ecuador. Those teams are listed in odds order.

The teams to have previously won World Cups are Brazil (5), Italy (4), Germany (3), Argentina (2), Uruguay (2), France (1), England (1) and Spain (1). If narrowing those down to teams that are 7/1 or lower this year you’d only be looking at Brazil, Argentina, Germany and Spain.

The stand out picks here are Brazil and Argentina who meet the key stats with preference for Brazil as they are the host nation and generally have a better record at recent World Cups than Argentina.

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