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Two of the biggest powerhouses in the world are going to be squaring off in soccer betting action in the finale of the Confederations Cup on Sunday night, as Brazil takes on Spain.
Two of the best European soccer nations in the world will collide in Brazil on Thursday in the second semifinal for the Confederations Cup, as Italy and Spain go to battle.
SPAIN vs. FRANCE Sportsbook.ag Line & Total: Spain -133, France +400, Draw +250 & 2.5 Goals (Over +130, Under -181) The EURO 2012 quarterfinals continue on Saturday as current champions Spain take on France in what should be a close …
The last two World Cup champs meet up in their first match in Euro 2012 betting action on Sunday afternoon, when Spain hook up with Italy. The Spanish are the favorites to win Euro 2012 at +240, and it should …
After 63 matches, the 2010 World Cup comes down to this! The champions of the world will be named on Sunday afternoon at Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, as Holland faces Spain in World Cup betting action.
The all-European final between Netherlands and Spain is as good as it gets in World Cup soccer. Here’s the preview and odds from BroburySports.com.
One day after the Netherlands punched its ticket to the World Cup Final in Soccer City, two more European teams will fight for their right to join soccer’s grandest stage as Germany faces Spain in World Cup betting action.
One last ticket to the Final Four of the World Cup betting festivities will be handed out on Saturday at Johannesburg’s Ellis Park Stadium when upstart Paraguay faces Spain in World Cup betting action. No matter whether Germany or Argentina advances from the other quarterfinal played on that day, the winner of this match is going to have their work cut out for them in the middle of next week.
The day of reckoning in 2010 World Cup betting action is upon the favorites to win this event from Spain. Having watched both Italy and France fall to the wayside and knowing how close Germany was as well, the Spanish cannot afford a slip up to Chile, a team that has taken the maximum six points from two matches but still has to feel weary knowing that a defeat will most likely knock it out of the World Cup.
Injuries are rearing its head in the World Cup once again. German captain Michael Ballack will miss the tournament with an ankle injury. The midfielder had an MRI which revealed ligament damage. This is a big blow to the German team that is 4/5 favorites to win Group D, and one of the favorites (12/1) to win the whole thing. Other key injury news is as follows: