Brazil was made a 3-1 favorite to win the 2014 World Cup it will be hosting.
The Brazilians remained at the same odds after Friday’s draw as they held going into it.
Argentina was next at 9-2, barely up from 5-1 odds, according to the professional oddsmakers Keith Glantz and Russell Culver. Germany was 5-1, followed by defending champion Spain at 7-1.
The United States, placed in a difficult group with Germany, Portugal (30-1) and Ghana (175-1) for the first round, dropped from 60-1 to 150-1.
“We’re excited,” U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard said. “We’re looking forward to the challenge and we think we’re a good team. We think we’re a good team that can get better in a lot of areas. That’s going to be the challenge for us and the motivation for us in the next six months.”
France, at 20-1, sneaked ahead of top seeds Uruguay (25-1) and Switzerland (100-1) in the odds.
Other highly touted teams were Belgium (14-1) and Colombia (20-1).
The longest odds are 1,500-1 for Costa Rica, Honduras and Iran.