It has all come down to this: Argentina and Germany will face each other for the World Cup title on Sunday, July 13. A win by Argentina would give the country its third tournament title – it’s first since Diego Maradona was roaming the pitch in 1986. Germany seeks a fourth title, which would tie it with Italy for second all-time. For a complete look at the World Cup odds in this one, check out the below preview.
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