The latest 2018 World Cup Futures have Germany and Brazil both at +450. After that, it’s Spain ay +600, France at +700, and Argentina at +900. What do all of these nations have in common? They are five of the just eight nations that have won at least one World Cup. Brazil has won five and German own four. Argentina has collected two championship wins and France and Spain one. Plus, the sum total of finals all of these teams have made comes to 23. That means in in 20 World Cups, these five teams have been to the final match 23 times.
Italy, which has won four World Cups and been runners-up twice, did not make it into the Group Round. The last time they won the event was 2006. The other two nations that have each won the event, Uruguay (2 wins) and England (1 win), are ninth and seventh respectively, The odds on Uruguay are +3300 and England +1600.
Futures Offer Sweet Payouts
The thing about 2018 World Cup Futures is that they offer very sweet payouts. They really allow smart soccer bettors to hedge their bets. Consider the type of football betting system where you spread your futures bankroll amongst a range of teams. It allows for a profit ranging from about 9% up to almost 50%. (Please note: the below betting outlines DOES NOT guarantee a profit. It serves as an example of how to hedge your bets.)
If you are wagering on futures, consider spreading your bets around. There are various ways to do so. The above table serves as one example that has a lower risk than simply playing long shots. One common wagering strategy is to place small wagers on various teams that have especially high odds. Something important to remember about the World Cup is that teams that appear to be top clubs, more often than not, perform up to or near to expectations. Visit our hub for more information from Betting Brain on the 2018 World Cup and wagering on this huge event.
Current 2018 World Cup Futures
Below are the latest futures. Remember that odds do shift and vary from sportsbook to sportsbook. You may be able to use various books to garner an 5-to-15 percent edge.