Who Will Win The 2018 World Cup? Odds, Prediction, And Favourites For The Outright Winner


THE World Cup is finally here and Sun Bets have their prices on outright winners for the opening day of the tournament in Russia.

Brazil and Germany are stand out favourites, while Spain have dropped off since their shock managerial change but the Three Lions are priced at 16/1 to bring the biggest trophy home.

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Sun Bets: Top Price on 2018 World Cup outright winners

Brazil – 4/1

Germany – 5/1

Spain – 6/1

France – 13/2

Argentina – 10/1

Belgium – 11/1

England – 16/1

For the full list of odds CLICK HERE


When is the World Cup 2018 draw?

TAKING place in Moscow, the draw will decide the group stages for the tournament which runs from June 14 to July 15, 2018.

The draw itself will be held on Monday, December 1, 2017.

The draw will take place at 3pm UK time, in the Kremlin.

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A typically lavish ceremony will take place in the State Kremlin Palace, which was built in 1961 and has a capacity of 6,000.

It is typically used as a music venue and has played host to Pavarotti, James Brown, Eric Clapton, Whitney Houston, Elton John and Sting.

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How does it work?

THERE will be 32 teams featuring at the 2018 World Cup, 31 of them coming through a qualifying campaign and Russia, as the hosts, qualifying automatically.

According to the FIFA rankings, the 32 teams will be split into four pots, which will be used to decide their groups.

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In the first pot will be Russia and the seven top rated teams, Pot 2 the next seven best and so on.

A team will be drawn from each pot in turn, resulting in eight groups of four teams – and our World Cup schedule.

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