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World Cup 2018 odds: Brazil trails Germany on early tournament betting lines

Brazil and Spain are among the teams looking to bounce back strong from the 2014 World Cup, while Germany leads the early odds for the event at the sportsbooks. Brazil's dreams of winning the World Cup as the host country were dashed in 2014 by a disastrous 7-1 blowout loss in the semi-finals to Germany. The team will try to bounce back and win the World Cup in 2018. Brazil is going off at +500 on the odds to win the World Cup in Russia at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.
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