Germany to lift the World Cup at odds of 4/1 with William Hill

12th July 2014 | World Cup Betting category: World Cup Betting & Odds
World Cup Betting & Odds

It was a display of greatness which sent Germany to their eighth World Cup final. A ruthless, tactically brilliant display in the semi final saw them beat Brazil 7-1, and that immediately put the Germans as odds-on favourites to beat Argentina in the World Cup Final on July 13th.

The final will be in Rio at the Maracana of course.

For the third time in the history of the World Cup we will see a Germany v Argentina final. The honours stand even at 1-1 from those two previous finals. They have actually gone up against each other in six World Cup matches and in that sequence, Germany have lost just the one.

Can Germany see off more South American opposition to get their hands on the World Cup for the fourth time in their history? Die Mannschaft are now 4/6 shots in the To Lift The Cup market with online betting site William Hill.

By why settle for 4/6 when you can get a massive price boost of 4/1 on Germany to lift the cup at online betting site William Hill? That is what is on offer to new customers thanks to a fantastic promotion running from them.

Their World Cup enhanced odds offer applies exclusively to new customers only, who use the special bonus code GER4 by clicking through the link here. Do that and place the first wager on your new account on Germany to lift the cup at the regular odds. If Joachim Low’s men win the final on Sunday, then your bet will be settled and then adjusted to reflect the incredible enhanced odds of 4/1 on offer by William Hill.

Read the latest world cup news:
Football World Cup News
Prince Ali Al-Hussein even money favourite to win FIFA election
World Cup Betting & Odds
England 25/1 to bank 100% World Cup 2018 qualification campaign
World Cup Betting & Odds
CONMEBOL World Cup 2018 Qualification Begins
Football World Cup News
Platinti to face challenge from Prince Ali for FIFA Presidency
Football World Cup News
Will there still be venue changes for 2018 and 2022 World Cups?
Football World Cup News
Three England Lionesses make World Cup All Stars Squad
Football World Cup News
Platini stands as favourite for FIFA Presidency
World Cup Betting & Odds
England faces Scotland in World Cup 2018 qualifiers

World Cup Betting's Top 5 Online Bookmakers
Bet365 Logo Bet365 £200 Bonus
William Hill William Hill £25 Bonus
Paddy Power Logo Paddy Power £50 Bonus
Sportingbet Logo Sportingbet £25 Bonus
Coral Logo Coral £20 Bonus