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    Monday, May 17th, 2010
    10:50 pm
    Football World Cup 2010 Betting - Odds for the World Cup
    Football World Cup Betting: World Cup Champion - Group winner - Semifinal - Final ... - who will win the World Cup 2010?

    The next football World Cup in South Africa in 2010 now moves ever closer and thus the World Cup Betting offers by the bookies too grow more plentifull - So what is your World Cup tip? The football World Cup 2010 champion and successor to Italy will be..? In just over five weeks, it's that time again, the FIFA World Cup will be held for the first time in Africa, more precisely in South Africa.

    32 teams will compete in four weeks time to play in the World Cup final. Amongst them the top favorites for the title with respective low odds are teams such as Spain, Italy, Argentina, England , Germany and Brazil. Equally present however are also the "exotics" such as North Korea or New Zealand, in the extremely unlikely event that they claim victory they would multiply any lucky punters stake 2000-fold.

    The bookmakers will as always be offering almost endless 2010 World Cup betting options. Be it bets on "Who will be world champion?" to "Who progresses into the semi-finals?", to special bets such as "Which striker will be top scorer?" or "Will Holland advance further in the tournament then France or England?".

    The sportsbooks will in general be offering these type of football bet types : Single Bets (1-X-2), Combination Bets, System Bets, Over / Under Goal bets (number of goals), Halftime / Fulltime Sports Betting, Handicap Betting , Football World Cup live bets and Special Bets, for example the number of corners or yellow cards in a game.

    All online bookmakers of course already offer their respective 2010 World Cup winner odds. Punters can as such place those bets way before the opening game in June between host South Africa and Mexico. No doubt there will be many winners and loosers alike, the only question that remains is which will you and I be?