Offer of 11/1 on Argentina to win World Cup 2014 at 888Sport
A quick glance at the World Cup outright winner odds, and the strength of the challenge that is likely to come in from Argentina is pretty clear. They have been trading at 5/1 joint second favourites (alongside Germany) for a long time in the antepost market. After topping the CONMEBOL qualification zone, Argentina, who have one of the most enviable attacking line ups heading to Brazil 2014 (Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Gonzalo Higuain) have taken some heavy backing.
A price of 5/1 on them looks to be a very valuable wager, but customer at online betting site 888Sport can get an massively enhanced price, over double the regular odds, at 11/1 on Argentina.
Bag yourself some big odds with online betting site 888Sport with this fantastic offer. Not only can new customers registering an account with the highly popular bookmaker get the enhanced odds, but there is also £88 worth of free bets up for grabs for joining.
There are just three steps for new customers with 888Sport to get the big 11/1 odds on Argentina.
*Head to online betting site 888Sport and open an account with them
*Bet on Argentina at the normal odds in the World Cup 2014 outright winner market
*The day after the bet is settled, should Argentina lift the trophy, you will be credited the extra winning
The regular 888Sports welcome package is packed full of value, because after registration and having deposited your initial account, you can go and place a bet of at least £10 with them and just keep betting until you get a maximum of £88 worth of free bets back. The more you bet, the more you get! Along with the free bet offer, new customers can also get a free £5 casino bet and a £5 no lose bet on mobile.
So what are Argentina’s chances at Brazil 2014 looking like? They are pretty strong and only their great rivals Brazil are trading at a shorter price than them in the outright market (at 3/1 favourites). So this is tremendous opportunity to snap up a big price on one of the front runners. La Albiceleste were handed an easy group stage draw, going up against Iran, Bosnia and Nigeria and winning their group they would face with Switzerland or France in the round of sixteen and then their toughest challenge may not come until the semi finals where a potential clash with reigning champions Spain is on the cards.
Four years ago no-one could figure out what manager Diego Maradona was doing with them tactically. Four years on an with new man Alejandro Sabella in charge, with a very well rounded squad and one of the strongest looking teams heading to the 2014 World Cup, Argentina have a great shot at winning their third title.
Lionel Messi (who failed to score at South Africa 2010) is trading as 7/1 favorite in the Goalscorer market, with Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero at 16/1.