May 11, 2010

2010 World Cup Division Odds

The World Cup begins June 11th from South Africa and no one has more odds and props than BroburySports.com. We start our award-winning coverage with a look at the group odds.

Group A

South Africa is the home country, but they’ll have a very hard time advancing as the long shot here. France made the final in 2006 before losing to Italy.

France 1/1

Mexico 10/3

Uruguay 7/2

South Africa 5/1

Group B

Argentina always has plenty of talent and this year is no exception. Greece is looking for payback after missing the 2006 World Cup.

Argentina 4/9

Nigeria 4/1

Greece 7/1

South Korea 9/1

Group C

This is a very favorable draw for England, who has the Americans as the second-favorite in the Group. Team USA needs to advance to the second round to keep making strides.

England 3/10

USA 21/5

Slovenia 10/1

Algeria 14/1

Group D

The Germans are a solid all-around team once again. They finished in the top-3 in the last two World Cups. Serbia, Ghana and Australia look to battle for the other spot.

Germany 4/5

Serbia 10/3

Ghana 4/1

Australia 13/2

Group E

Netherlands has never won the World Cup, last finishing as runner-up in the 1970’s. The other three teams aren’t conceding anything and Netherlands advancing is not a given.

Netherlands 4/7

Denmark 15/4

Cameroon 9/2

Japan 11/1

Group F

Italy is the defending champs, but this team is not as strong as prior versions. Paraguay hasn’t had much prior World Cup success, but they should advance this year.

Italy 7/20

Paraguay 7/2

Slovakia 13/2

New Zealand 50/1

Group G

Brazil has the most World Cup titles with five, last winning in 2002. Portugal and Ivory Coast are fortunate that early-exit North Korea is in this draw.

Brazil 1/2

Portugal 10/3

Ivory Coast 15/4

North Korea 100/1

Group H

Spain is the favorite in the whole tournament and thus the heaviest favorite out of any Group. Chile looks like the toughest competition out of the rest.

Spain 1/4

Chile 9/2

Switzerland 9/1

Honduras 28/1

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