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Spain defend World Cup and any Spanish team win CL 2014/15

| 21.05.2014

Coral present spectacular odds of 22/1, as part of the World Cup countdown, for Spain to defend their crown in Brazil and any Spanish team to win the Champions League next season (2014/15).

To put this bet into this perspective, national head coach Vicente del Bosque’s men are the reigning Word Cup champions, and fourth-favourites this time to triumph once more at 13/2.

Of the 23-man squad that went to the 2010 finals in South Africa, 17 of them have been picked again for the initial roster of 30 this time around again. The group is riddled with winners and the majority of them are still well in their prime.

If this is not enough to tempt you to go with Spain, they have even brought in Brazilian-born star striker Diego Costa to lead their line, and he will know the conditions well.

The other half of the bet is for any Spanish club to win the Champions league next season, and, by looking at this campaign’s final lineup of Real Madrid and bitter-rivals Atletico, it’s hard to back against that outcome again.

Four Spanish sides have already qualified for the tournament next term, with Real (7/2 favourites to win in 2014/15), Barcelona (5/1), Atletico (16/1) and Athletic Bilbao (80/1). A team from that country would have remarkably won the tournament seven times in the last 17 years – counting this season.

Come back tomorrow for another Coral World Cup countdown special, to take advantage of these one-off deals.



Sam Barnard

Sam has been writing for Coral since January 2014, and is the assistant editor of the news site. As well as the main betting sports, football, tennis and cricket, he covers the likes of golf, F1 and darts too, the latter of which has become a particular favourite. Sam enjoys playing as much as writing about sports, but niggling injuries have limited his participation in recent years, so is happy to mainly watch the pros such as Manchester United, Yorkshire CCC, Raymond van Barneveld and even Gibraltar national football team instead.