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The 2014 World Cup in Brazil has already been one to remember and we’re just entering the quarterfinal matches. Just four years ago, an all-European final saw Spain defeat the Netherlands 1-0 after Andres Iniesta scored in the 116th minute in extra time. However, it’s South American powerhouses Brazil (+300) and Argentina (+400) that remain atop…

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1. World Cup – The first of two semifinal games kickoff today at 4PM et with Germany taking on Brazil. Unfortunately, the Brazilians will be without star players Neymar (fractured vertebra) and Thiago Silva (suspension) which has clearly affected the public perception. At the time of publication, Brazil was receiving just 17% of moneyline bets…

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