Russia - 40/1 - Perhaps a surprise addition, considering they failed to qualify for the 2010 tournament, but Russia has a very strong team and will be looking to prepare ahead of their home World Cup in 2018.
Mexico - 50/1 - One of the dark horses at almost every World Cup tournament, it is easy to forget just how strong the Mexican national team is.
Paraguay - 50/1 - After some good performances in the 2010 World Cup, bookmakers have offered shorter odds on Paraguay becoming the fourth South American nation to win a World Cup.
USA - 50/1 - A rapidly developing team, USA has been performing strongly over the last few World Cup tournaments and have a solid youth team coming through as well.
Chile - 50/1 - Like Paraguay, Chile had a good showing at the 2010 World Cup and proved that Argentina and Brazil aren't the only flair-filled South American countries.
Ghana - 66/1 - A fan favourite at the 2010 World Cup, Ghana are the favourites to become the first African nation to win a World Cup, and with a young talented squad, they could be in for a surprising run in 2014.
Ivory Coast - 66/1 - Largely regarded as the strongest African nation before the 2010 World Cup, they may have slipped behind Ghana, but their squad is still particularly strong.
Australia - 66/1 - Despite missing out on the knockout rounds of the 2010 tournament, Australia has proven themselves a nation deserving of a regular World Cup place and they have a good youth with youngsters such as Tommy Oar coming through.
Japan - 66/1 - Another one of the World Cup nations who are deserving of their regular place in the tournament finals, Japan currently holds the crown of Unofficial World Champions.
Serbia - 66/1 - Having only played in the 2010 World Cup as an independent nation, Serbia has proven themselves tough competitors to even the biggest teams in World Football.