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2010 World Cup Betting – Group B Picks For Tuesday

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Monday, 21 June 2010 21:20

2010 World Cup Odds2010 World Cup betting players watching Group B can see that one team, the favorites from Argentina, have essentially clinched the top spot in the group ahead of Tuesday’s finales.  However, South Korea will hope that they play a strong lineup as they need Greece to drop points. 

Nigeria South Korea Betting – Tuesday, 2:30 PM ET

The Nigerians are out after a 2-1 loss to the Greeks, and word is midfielder Sani Kaita has been receiving death threats from people in his country after he was sent off in the 33rd minute.  The Super Eagles held out as long as they could, and got another fantastic goalkeeping performance from Vincent Enyeama, but ironically it was his mistake that sealed their fate after he spilled a shot in the 71st minute, gifting a goal to Vasilis Torosidis. The South Koreans were manhandled 4-1 by Argentina, but they can still make it to the World Cup knockout stage betting section of the tournament with a little help as they’re tied on three points with Greece.  The Taegeuk Warriors have won two and drawn one of their three meetings with Nigeria and come in as a +145 favorite, and this should be a wide-open affair as Nigeria doesn’t want to go home with no points.

Online sports betting pick: Draw +230

Argentina Greece Betting – Tuesday, 2:30 PM ET

Argentina is a -170 favorite if you’re betting on soccer, and even though Lionel Messi hasn’t found the back of the net yet, the reigning FIFA World Player of the Year has been on fire, tearing apart Nigeria and South Korea in La Albiceleste’s first two matches.  Argentina didn’t even miss the injured Juan Sebastien Veron, who should be ready for this match.  Greece won their first World Cup match ever with their victory over Nigeria, but they never really had the match under control until Kaita was sent off.  These two countries have met just once, with the Argentineans routing the Greeks 4-0, and with Greece needing a result, they’re going to have to attack Argentina, and that could be lethal for them.  Manager Diego Maradona said that he’s not going to rest his stars, including Messi, and that’s bad news for Greece.  The only worry for Maradona and the Argentineans is motivation, as in, they don’t really have a whole lot in this match.  With their goal difference, Argentina is comfortably in the driver’s seat for first place in this group, unless they get trounced, and the odds of that happening are very slim.  The Greeks will put up a good fight, but even Argentina’s second team would probably beat them.

Gambling Advisor blog pick: Argentina -170

Last Updated on Monday, 21 June 2010 21:30
 
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