2014 Brazil Quarterfinals Odds- France vs Germany

France and Germany have a lot of history against each other, and another chapter will be written this Friday when they clash for the 2014 World Cup quarterfinals at the Maracaná stadium, in Rio de Janeiro, at 12 PM ET.

France and Germany have a lot of history against each other, and another chapter will be written this Friday when they clash for the 2014 World Cup quarterfinals at the Maracaná stadium, in Rio de Janeiro, at 12 PM ET.

France has won three of their last four games, only drawing against Ecuador.  They are one of those teams that transformer their potential into reality.

“We have played a very good World Cup and we will have a major opponent in Germany who is used to these situations,” France coach Didier Deschamps said. They always seem to get to the quarter-finals, semi-finals or final so are more experienced. Our strong points are that our players are very competitive and some play for major European clubs at a top level so we have had to make them more united.

Germany is the favorite to win; their team was amongst the favorites to win the tournament since the beginning.

“But France versus Germany has always been a classic, they were always very dramatic and tense. France after 2010 and 2012 with (coach Didier) Deschamps have developed very well, they are strong and fighting, in midfield and defence. Up front they have (Karim) Benzema and (Olivier) Giroud. So Germany-France has always been played with a high tension”, said Joachim Low, coach of the German team.

The World Cup odds have France +220 to win and Germany is +160; the draw was listed at +229 in the money line.

Frank Lorenzo

MTS co-founder Frank “Let It Ride” Lorenzo has been betting on sports since he was legally allowed to do so. (Did he do so before then, too? No comment.) He enjoys very strong coffee, neon lights, and passing on his wealth of betting knowledge to anyone who will listen.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *