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The World Cup kicks start on June 14 as host nation Russia is up against Saudi Arabia.

But who have the bookies predicted will be the overall winner, top goalscorer and what are England’s chances of winning the trophy?

Here are the latest odds.

World Cup winner odds

Brazil and Germany are the two favourite to claim the World Cup trophy in Russia at odds of 9/2.

The two countries played in the semi-finals of the 2014 World Cup, with Germany beating the host nation 7-1.

The chances of France winning the World Cup is stacked at odds of 6/1, Argentina at 9/1 and Belgium with odds of 11/1.

England’s odds are 16/1.

• Brazil 9/2

• Germany 9/2

• France 11/2

• Spain 6/1

• Argentina 9/1

• Belgium 11/1

• England 16/1

• Portugal 25/1

• Uruguay 25/1

• Croatia 28/1

• Colombia 33/1

• Poland 50/1

• Russia 50/1

• Denmark 100/1

• Mexico 100/1

• Switzerland 100/1

• Egypt 150/1

• Nigeria 150/1

• Senegal 150/1

• Serbia 150/1

• Sweden 150/1

• Peru 200/1

• Iceland 250/1

• Japan 250/1

• Costa Rica 300/1

• Morocco 300/1

• South Korea 400/1

• Australia 500/1

• Iran 500/1

• Tunisia 750/1

• Panama 1000/1

• Saudi Arabia 1000/1

Top goal scorer odds

Lionel Messi tops the leaderboard along with Antoine Griezmann on the odds of winning the Golden Boot at the World Cup, an honour he has to win.

Neymar is behind the favourites with odds of 12/1 and behind him is England captain Harry Kane.

  • 10/1 Lionel Messi
  • 10/1 Antoine Griezmann
  • 12/1 Neymar
  • 14/1 Harry Kane
  • 14/1 Cristiano Ronaldo16/1 Timo Werner
  • 16/1 Romelu Lukaku
  • 16/1 Gabriel Jesus
  • 22/1 Luis Suarez
  • 28/1 Thomas Muller
  • 28/1 Edinson Cavani
  • 30/1 Diego Costa
  • 33/1 Eden Hazard
  • 33/1 Kylian Mbappe
  • 33/1 Gonzalo Higuain
  • 33/1 Robert Lewandowski
  • 33/1 Sergio Aguero
  • 40/1 Iago Aspas
  • 40/1 Isco
  • 45/1 Dries Mertens
  • 45/1 Radamel Falcao
  • 50/1 James Rodriguez
  • 50/1 Philippe Coutinho
  • 50/1 Mohamed Salah
  • 50/1 Marco Reus
  • 50/1 Olivier Giroud

England stage of elimination

  • 15/8 Last 16
  • 15/8 Quarter Final
  • 5/1 Group Stage
  • 5/1 Semi Final
  • 10/1 Runner Up
  • 14/1 Winner

The World Cup starts on Thursday, June 14 and the final is on Sunday July 15.



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