Brazil vs. Germany Odds
BRAZIL (The Spread) – Two of the world’s best meet up in the semifinal of the 2014 World Cup today at 4PM ET as Brazil faces Germany.
According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Germany is the slight favorite to win, as it has odds of +160 to prevail in regulation in this match, while Brazil has been given odds of +175 to win in 90 minutes. The odds of this match being tied after 90 minutes has been set at +230 while the over/under total has been listed at 2.5 goals.
Germany is now 64-20-20 all-time in World Cup action following a 1-0 win over France in the quarterfinals. The win over France was a real grind for Germany, as it was held to just eight total just and six shots on goal in the win. Germany also split possession with France, 50-50, but it did amass 24 tackles in the win. Germany was able to score in the 13th minute on a goal from Mats Hummels, and then held France scoreless from there. Thomas Muller has four goals to lead Germany in the World Cup.
Brazil is now 70-15-17 all-time in World Cup play thanks to a 2-1 win over Colombia in the quarterfinals. Despite getting the win, Brazil suffered some big losses along the way. Star player Neymar suffered a broken vertebrae in his back during the game after taking a knee to his lower back. Neymar had four goals in the World Cup, but he is now out for the remainder of the event. Skipper Thiago Silva also got a second yellow card in the match, which means he will miss today’s game. Silva scored the first goal of the game for Brazil in the win over Colombia.