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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.
Historically, the World Cup usually has its best fixture on its second to last day. For the sake of the tournament, the hope is that both Uruguay and Germany put on a heck of a showcase for the right to be called the third place team in the 2010 World Cup.
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.
On Tuesday night in Cape Town, the first finalist in World Cup betting action will be determined, as Uruguay faces off with Netherlands. The winner of this match will get to play in Sunday’s finale in Johannesburg, while the loser will move on to the third place fixture on Saturday.
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.
Two teams that are vying to be called the most impressive squad in this tournament to date will sort out their differences at Green Point Stadium on Saturday, as Argentina meets Germany in World Cup betting action. The winner of this quarterfinal tie will meet up with the winner of the Paraguay/Spain duel played later that night.
For the third time in the L/5 World Cup betting events, Brazil will crack skulls with the Netherlands in a winner moves on, loser goes home situation. Brazil captured victories in the quarterfinals in 1994 and the semifinals in 1998 over La Oranje and will be looking to do the same in the quarters of this event on Friday.
After two days without any action on the pitches of South Africa, World Cup betting kicks off once again on Friday. In one of the two quarterfinal matches on the day, <a href="http://www.bangthebook.com/soccer/uruguay.php">Uruguay</a> faces off with <a href="http://www.bangthebook.com/soccer/ghana.php">Ghana</a>. The semifinals awaits for the winner of this fixture, with either Holland or Brazil waiting in the wings.
The 2010 World Cup betting action continues on Tuesday in Pretoria as <a href="http://www.bangthebook.com/soccer/paraguay.php">Paraguay</a> faces off with <a href="http://www.bangthebook.com/soccer/japan.php">Japan</a> in the Round of 16. The winner of this match will take on either Spain or Portugal over the weekend in the quarterfinals of the World Cup.
<a href="http://www.bangthebook.com/soccer/brazil.php">Brazil</a> might have the easiest road to the World Cup Finals of any team in this tournament, but <a href="http://www.bangthebook.com/soccer/chile.php">Chile</a> is going to stand in the way of the yellow and green in the Round of 16 on Monday night in Johannesburg, South Africa. These two teams met twice before in qualifying for the World Cup with the Brazilians taking both fixtures by a 7-2 aggregate score. The winner will be looking forward to a date with either Holland or Slovakia in soccer's version of the Elite 8.