spacer.png, 0 kB
MyBookie Sportsbook
Join today.
spacer.png, 0 kB
spacer.png, 0 kB

Germany and Holland the New Favorites in the World Cup Betting Odds

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Wednesday, 16 June 2010 21:22

2010 World Cup OddsGermany, which won 4-0 against Australia, and Holland, who won 2-0 in a difficult Denmark dominated from start to finish, are the favorites for best picture have left at the end of stage premieres the 2010 World Cup odds on Wednesday.

In contrast, Brazil and Spain Top Favorited cast doubt, especially in the case of Red Vicente del Bosque, who surprisingly fell 1-0 to Switzerland in a match that drove but could not finish in front of goal.

Meanwhile, eleven lackluster Dunga was imposed by a narrow 2-1 win against the Cinderella of the 'Group of Death', North Korea, and should improve towards the clash with Ivory Coast and Portugal, which saw a rebirth without Cristiano Ronaldo's goal and it was not the draw (0-0).

"We are not satisfied with anything that is over we always want more," but "the important thing is to win," Dunga pointed the way to the conquest of the 'hexa' in the world cup betting.

For its part, Argentina, a rank lower on the batch of candidates for the title, celebrated his debut with victory over Nigeria (1-0), its greatest celebration was the "return" of Leo Messi to the summit with the Albiceleste, his great unfinished business when compared with what he did at Barcelona.

"I want to be champion, I have a (Leo) Messi," said optimistic Wednesday with Argentine Diego Maradona DT.

"Mesut fits perfectly to our style of play, since it gives more fluidity. He is a player so young with a vision of the game and is easy to pass with deadly accuracy," said Low on the boy of 21 years.

In addition, Miroslav Klose scored a goal and added his eleventh in the World Cup odds after a lean season at Bayern Munich, regaining the confidence and the Brazilian Ronaldo aiming, maximum arillero history with 15 goals.

The English, who debuted with a 1-1 draw that left the United States under coach Fabio Capello, who stressed that "everything was good except the outcome" after a monumental failure of their goalkeeper Robert Green, tried to tarnish the image of the Mannschaft ball with the theme of Jabulani.

The England defender Jamie Carragher said directly that Germany has been the best because it "takes advantage with the ball", which is used in the Bundesliga for weeks. "For all teams do, too. Probably with the exception of Germany," said the man in Liverpool. "Wayne Rooney? Gentle.

For its part, the champion and world runner-up Italy and France, respectively, has left a dull picture, with draws against Paraguay (1-1) and Uruguay (0-0), relying mostly on their scrolls and a genuine lack of ideas.

The Squadra Azzurra for Marcello Lippi watches his "old guard" led by Fabio Cannavaro decays with a slow and boring football. That image was the loss of their goalkeeper 'Gigi' Buffon, who left injured with a sciatic nerve problem in his back and will be sidelined indefinitely.

Raymond Domenech's Bleus still rely on Franck Ribery and little else. Thierry Henry is a luxury that no alternate provided when entering the second half against the Uruguayans.

Excluding the unexpected setback of Spain, who kept his football philosophy and "had bad luck in front of goal," as analyzed Sergio Ramos, the "new wave" of Europe seems to starring in the Netherlands.

Sports betting at

spacer.png, 0 kB
spacer.png, 0 kB
spacer.png, 0 kB
spacer.png, 0 kB
Copyright © 2009-2017 - - spacer.png, 0 kB