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Germany are champions of the world after Mario Götze's extra-time winner beat Argentina in the Maracanã. The next World Cup is scheduled to take place in Russia in 2018.

World Cup Matches

TimeHomeDrawAwayBetting

Thursday 3rd September 2015

12:00

Australia -5 (19/17)

Draw -5 (13/19)

Bangladesh +5 (59)

In Play

12:00

South Korea -7 (29/10)

Draw -7 (17/11)

Laos +7 (5/4)

In Play

12:35

China (5/19)

Draw (58/19)

Hong Kong (125)

In Play

13:30

Iraq (2/9)

Draw (17/2)

Taiwan (23)

In Play

15:00

Uzbekistan (1/6)

Draw (15/2)

Yemen (20)

All Odds

15:30

Iran (1/41)

Draw (22)

Guam (100)

All Odds

16:00

Oman (2/13)

Draw (17/2)

Turkmenistan (18)

All Odds

16:15

UAE (1/12)

Draw (12)

Malaysia (40)

All Odds

16:40

Bahrain (11/8)

Draw (11/5)

Korea DPR (5/2)

All Odds

17:00

Jordan (2/9)

Draw (6)

Kyrgyzstan (16)

All Odds

17:00

Qatar (1/41)

Draw (35)

Bhutan (100)

All Odds

17:00

Syria (1/4)

Draw (5)

Singapore (12)

All Odds

18:00

Kuwait SC (1/5)

Draw (6)

Myanmar (16)

All Odds

18:40

Saudi Arabia (1/25)

Draw (20)

East Timor (55)

All Odds

Friday 4th September 2015

20:30

Saint Vincent and The Grenadines (3/5)

Draw (11/4)

Aruba (5)

All Odds

21:15

Granada (8)

Draw (4)

Haiti (4/11)

All Odds

23:00

Curacao (13/2)

Draw (31/10)

El Salvador (1/2)

All Odds

Saturday 5th September 2015

00:30

Canada (1/5)

Draw (6)

Belize (16)

All Odds

00:45

Antigua and Barbuda (27/10)

Draw (23/10)

Guatemala (15/13)

All Odds

02:00

Jamaica (1/8)

Draw (15/2)

Nicaragua (22)

All Odds

Tuesday 8th September 2015

14:00

Tajikistan (18)

Draw (7)

Australia (1/7)

All Odds

World Cup Outrights

News

De Gea will not be frozen out

Manchester United insist goalkeeper David de Gea will not be frozen out of the team even if he refuses to sign a new contract.

Head to Iceland for value

Ben Coley previews Thursday's Euro 2016 qualifiers where Wales are worth a bet at 4/5 and so too are Iceland at 10/1.

Thursday's Paper Talk

All the best football stories from Thursday's papers, with Man Utd set to offer David de Gea a new long-term deal.