Germany look a good bet at the World Cup oddsPosted on 20/03 by G Waldorf
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Joachim Loew has created a very tough, disciplined and often exciting team, who breezed through qualifying unbeaten, doing the double over Russia on the way. It is often said that Loew was actually the brains behind the Klinsmann era as Germany coach, with Jurgen just motivating the players to 'remember who they played for'.
Attractively priced at 13.00 in the World Cup Betting odds with Bet365.com, I'm recommending Germany as a decent each way bet, and like England, certainties to win their group.
Their star men are Chelsea's Michael Ballack, Bayern's Miroslav Klose and bright young thing Mesut Oezil of Werder Bremen. Never heard of him? Remember where you read about him first, this boy absolutely oozes with class.
Clearly Germany have a World Cup pedigree that is right up their with Itlay and Brazil, and experience counts for a lot in this game. When was the last World Cup final that was not contested between two of the most experienced teams around? Germany for a top 4 placing is the bet here.
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