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Olympics Soccer Betting: Great Britain favorite against Senegal

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 03:53

Soccer Betting: Great Britain favorite against SenegalThe action is now heating up as the world’s top athletes join in London for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. Many consider this event the most prominent and leading one of the year. Sports fans that enjoy the Olympic Games will get a chance to see action in Soccer, Boxing, Tennis, Basketball, Swimming, Football and much more. This is a time where people around the world from countries of all sizes get together to cheer and wish for a gold medal to be brought home by their fellow representatives. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

The first round of the Under-23 men’s football matchups is set to begin on July 26 and will be extended until August 1st. It will be a total of 16 delegations that will battle it out on the field giving it their very best each for their own country to be considered the best in the world. Grouped into four groups, typical in football tournaments, they are all looking to survive this intense competition.
On July 27th the Old Trafford in Manchester will be the battling grounds in a dispute that will be between two great teams, Great Britain and Senegal. This will be the first match that will take place in from Group A.

Handicappers know for a fact that Great Britain will have field advantage as the fans will stay true to the UK being at the home of the Manchester United team. Many sportsbooks have Great Britain to be the favorite to beat Senegal. The betting line at William Hill Sports is Great Britain 8/13, Draw 13/5 and Senegal 4/1.

One of the most important and popular players in Great Britain is being held partially responsible for the fact that the odds are favoring them. Their head coach named Ryan Giggs midfielder of their Olympic squad. Being one of the most important players in the history of English football, and a principal asset to the Manchester United, we know for a fact that the Old Trafford will get extremely loud when he gets out on the field.

''It is a tremendous honour to be part of the Olympics. Stuart has given me the captaincy, which is even better. I'm really looking forward to it,'' Ryan Giggs said. ''It's a unique experience and one from the start that I wanted to be part of when I got the opportunity.''

It´s only a matter of a few days and the entire world will see these two teams trying to take each other down on the field. All odds are against Senegal however, in the world of sports and last minute calls, fans know that anything can happen.

 
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