As part of their countdown to the 2018 World Cup dabblebet are adding a new price boost every day until the tournament kicks off on June 14.
The latest of these have just gone live and include a wealth of different markets from across the betting spectrum.
Not sure which nation will be crowned champions in Russia but like the look of the South American participants? This bet could be for you. Get an enhanced 9/4 (was 15/8) on the continent providing the winner of the tournament and cheer on multiple sides from below the equator.
Brazil are the obvious frontrunners to land this bet but you'll also get Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia and Peru thrown into the bargain and all for an industry best price too. The best quote available elsewhere at the time of writing is 21/10 (3.10).
Defending champions and packed with talent, Joachim Low's men are understandably towards the front of the outright winner market. Success isn't just hoped for when it comes to Die Mannschaft, it's expected and a semi-final appearance will be the minimum expected of the holders coming into this edition.
The last time Germany failed to make the semi-finals was France 98 when they were knocked out in the quarters, since then they've managed two third place finishes before going all the way in Brazil four years ago.
Having captained Real Madrid to another Champions League triumph, Sergio Ramos will be gearing up for another World Cup campaign with Spain. The defender is never far from the referee's notebook and was lucky to escape a caution for a foul on Mohamed Salah in Kiev.
Ramos has been booked 21 times in his career with the national side and with a crunch clash against Portugal to start their World Cup campaign, there is likely to be plenty of interest in this special. La Roja are expected to prove real contenders in Russia and could be involved in plenty of matches so two cards for the Champions League's most booked player looks a solid option at Evens (2.0).
While Manchester United may not have achieved as much silverware as they wanted to this season, it was another stellar campaign for David De Gea. The 27-year-old kept 18 clean sheets in 37 Premier League games for the Red Devils and will want to convert those impressive stats to the World Cup.
Spain's qualification was built on the foundation of a solid defence. Julen Lopetegui topped their group that also included Italy, conceding just three times in 10 matches. With a star-studded team in front of him the 4/1 (5.0) about De Gea keeping winning yet another award for his performances may well prove very popular.