World Cup Qualifier Free Bets & Offers

World Cup Betting

It might be over a year away, but the long road to the 2014 World Cup in Rio is looking shorter all the time. Each round of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers gives a little more clarity as to who the 32 teams to reach the competition in Brazil will be.

World Cup qualifier free bets are coming as thick and as fast as the matches, so it’s a great time to use bookies betting offers that are aimed directly at punters betting on World Cup qualifiers.

UKRAINE v ENGLAND & AUSTRIA v IRELAND

To kick off the latest round of 2014 World Cup qualifying matches. There are nine European World Cup groups, with winners from each group going through to the 2014 World Cup and the eight best runners up fighting it out for the final four places in play-offs.

Of course at this stage of the competition the question is, who’s likely to go through from Europe and how should you use bookies World Cup qualifier free bets and offers.

Most European teams have three or four games left, so bookies are sure to have plenty more World Cup betting offers like Betfred’s promotions up their sleeves:

Qualified Teams

There’s plenty of World Cup action to come and still lots of ways to use bookies World Cup free bet offers. Of course some countries are already there. Hosts, Brazil have been joined by Japan, Australia, Iran and South Korea who qualified through from the Asian Football Confederation.

In terms of the 2014 World Cup winners betting market; William Hill offer best odds on favourites Brazil at 7/2 and 5/1 on second favourites Argentina.

For those betting on Germany then Coral offer best odds at 11/2 with Spain also in bookies top four favourites to win the 2014 World Cup final with Bwin offering best odds on Spain at 13/2.

World Cup Qualifying Groups

If you placed a free bet on Belgium in Group A, then you'll be pretty happy as their 2-0 win over Scotland pretty much secured their place in the 2014 World Cup.

In Group B a home win against the Czech Republic will secure Italy’s place. Germany, who lead Group C, should beat the Faeroe Islands.

The Netherlands are at the top of group D and will be looking for a win against Andorra. In Group E it’s Switzerland in the lead at the moment whilst Group F leaders, Portugal, look fragile despite having Ronaldo in their side.

Bosnia, who have yet to make it to the World Cup, lead group G with 16 points and England, who top Group H, could be looking at the playoffs if they fail to return from Kiev with at least a point.