WC 2014 Final
Just as the name suggests, the finals are the last matches of the competition, the last barrier separating us from finding out which team is the best in the world. This is where your outright bets, placed way before the start of the tournament, will become a reality and pay out.
If the score is even at the end of regular and injury time, then an additional 30 minutes of play are added, which gives plenty of time for both teams to score and close in the match.
If the score is inconclusive even after extra time, the match goes to penalty shootouts and the winning team is declared Champion, retaining the title for a period of four years. Since the beginning of the World Cup in 1930, four matches have found their champions in extra time and two after penalty shootouts. What kind of final would you predict for this edition of the World Cup?
July 14th, 2014
The unthinkable happened, there is a new World Champion, and while it’s not Spain, it’s still a European country. Germany won against Argentina in extra-time, at 11.00 odds to become the first European country to win the title on South American soi»read more...
July 11th, 2014
A do-over of the 1990 World Cup final is set to take place in Brazil as Germany will play against the same team that they won the title against: Argentina. It is yet unclear for which defeat Argentina wants revenge as Germany beat them also in the »read more...