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Bookmakers have replaced Brazil as favourites to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup, despite the host nation booking their place in the last four on Friday night.
Brazil’s hopes of winning a record sixth title were dealt a blow late on in their 2-1 quarter-final over Colombia, as Neymar was stretchered off with a spinal injury.
The injury came as a result of getting kneed in the back by Juan Camilo Zuniga and it has since been confirmed that the Barcelona forward will miss the remainder of the tournament.
Neymar has been Brazil’s most important player so far, scoring four goals and providing one assist in five games.
Now that Brazil must continue without their star man, Germany, who beat France 1-0 on Friday, are the new favourites to lift the trophy on July 13.
Germany and Brazil will meet in the first semi-final in Belo Horizonte on Tuesday. Their potential opponents in the final are Argentina, the Netherlands, Costa Rica and Belgium.
Germany are currently available at a best price of 5-2 with YouWin, while Brazil can be backed at marginally better odds – 13-5 – with Sportingbet.
Argentina are priced at 17-4 with Bwin and the Netherlands are widely available at 9-2.
BetVictor are giving the biggest odds on a Belgian triumph – 17-4, while rank outsiders Costa Rica, who began the tournament at 2,500-1, are now 66-1 with StanJames, Bet365 and Skybet.