Sieger und Verlierer der Fußball-WM in Brasilien

von Christian Wickert

Die Forschungsstelle Glücksspiel der Universität Hohenheim hat auf der Basis der Wettquoten von fünfzig international tätigen Sportwettenanbieter die Siegchancen der teilnehmenden 32 Teams bei der heute beginnenden Fußball-WM in Brasilien ermittelt.

Die höchsten Gewinnchancen hat demnach Gastgeberland Brasilien, gefolgt von Argentinien, Deutschland und Titelverteidiger Spanien.

Eine detaillierte Auflistung der Gewinnchancen der WM-Teilnehmer ist der nachfolgenden Tabelle zu entnehmen. Wer Näheres über die der Auflistung zugrunde liegenden Statistik erfahren will, kann dies im Newsletter der Forschungsstelle Glücksspiel nachlesen.

Prognose: Wer gewinnt die Fußballweltmeisterschaft?

Land

Gewinnchance

Summe100,00% Brasilien22,00% Argentinien16,60% Deutschland12,60% Spanien11,90% Belgien4,70% Italien3,60% Frankreich3,70% Portugal3,20% England3,20% Niederlande2,90% Uruguay3,10% Kolumbien2,70% Chile2,00% Russland1,00% Schweiz0,80% Japan0,60% Elfenbeink�ste0,70% Mexico0,60% Kroatien0,60% Bosnien & Herzegowina0,50% USA0,40% Ecuador0,60% Ghana0,40% Griechenland0,40% Nigeria0,30% Australien0,10% S�dkorea0,30% Kamerun0,20% Iran0,08% Costa Rica0,08% Honduras0,08% Algerien0,09%
Quelle: Universität Hohenheim, Forschungsstelle Glücksspiel, Prognose: Wer gewinnt die Fußballweltmeisterschaft?, 11. Juni 2014, S. 3

Bei vergangenen internationalen Fußballturnieren lag die Forschungsstelle Glücksspiel der Uni Hohenheim mit ihrem Tipp auf eine Siegwette häufig richtig. Bei der bevorstehenden Fußball-WM, mag dies jedoch möglicherweise nicht zutreffen – geht es in Brasilien doch um weit mehr als 22 Männer auf dem Spielfeld und ihr Gerangel um den Ball ...

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