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Chile, Spain and Portugal in Crucial Matches at the World Cup Betting

Written by Matt Stevens   
Sunday, 20 June 2010 13:04

2010 World Cup Betting MatchesChile on Monday will try to demonstrate that the victory of Switzerland to Spain in the World Cup betting was a mirage, while the Spanish and Portugal go in search of vital points for their aspirations to advance to the second round.

The Chileans, who in his debut beat Honduras 1-0, face a Swiss team that disrupted all odds to break by the same scoreline to Spain, European champion and favorite to win his first World Cup.

Spain will seek to raise its head to Honduras and Portugal, coming off a 0-0 draw with Ivory Coast, it will face North Korea, be aware that in very fragile if not win, because in their last match of the phase initial run into Brazil.

Chile also face a difficult scenario without a hit in Nelson Mandela Stadium in Port Elizabeth as the last date will clash with Spain, while Switzerland will define his luck against Honduras in Group G.

The Chilean Humberto Suazo could recover, coming off an injury and was not to Honduras.

The presence of Suazo Pacifier increase opportunities for the Chileans to penetrate a Swiss defense that stood their ground all the attacks in Spain and will have a significant drop since the defender Philippe Senderos is out for the next two games with a sprained ankle.

The Swiss, however, will have striker Alexander Frei and midfielder Valon Behrami, who we played against Spain for being injured.

Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg could be the scene of the awakening of Spain. After the debut misstep, when Switzerland lost 1-0 despite dominating the whole match, the Spanish would use a more offensive lineup with the introduction of Cesc Fabregas and Fernando Torres, seeking a win against Honduras to confidence back.

Honduras 1-0 in the opening round against Chile and appears as the weakest selection of amazing Latin American Legion, which could place six of its seven teams in the knockout stages. Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Chile, Mexico and Uruguay are all on track.

Coach Vicente del Bosque was criticized for how they raised the encounter with Switzerland, used as a lone striker and his team struggled to realize the goal that many moves generated. It is expected that this time input then play to Torres, along with David Villa, to offset the deficit.

Enter by Sergio Busquets Fabregas to give more vitality to the midfield.

Portugal, meanwhile, knows he could be risking their classification in Cape Town, the scene of his duel with North Korea. With a single point and a game ahead in Brazil, a victory against the North Koreans to their aspirations is key in Group G.

North Korea gave fight to Brazil in his debut before losing 2-1.

The game is a rematch of one of the most memorable games in World Cup odds history, in which the North Koreans beat Portugal 5-3 with four goals from Eusebio after trailing 3-0 in 1966. That was the only presentation of North Korea in a World Cup so far.

Portugal will miss Deco, who is injured but expected to pick up Cristiano Ronaldo, who did much to Ivory Coast.

The day will close on Monday the second date. From Tuesday there will be four days of four games per day, ending with the first round.

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