World Cup 2010 Odds and Prediction

The World Cup 2010 groups have recently been announced, and with that came betting odds for the tournament.  The FIFA World Cup 2010 tournament is being held in South Africa, and will begin on June 11th, 2010.  Betting on the World Cup is one of my personal favorite things to do, as it makes watching the matches a lot of fun.  Below we will list the early World Cup 2010 Odds and our World Cup predictions.  Bookmark The Sports Geek as we will have full World Cup coverage during the tournament, including predictions on each game.

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World Cup 2010 Odds:

Odds on top 15 countries to win the FIFA World Cup 2010:

Brazil +450
Spain +450
England +550
Argentina +900
Germany +1100
Italy +1200
Holland +1200
France +1400
Ivory Coast +2500
Portugal +2500
Chile +4000
Paraguay +5000
Serbia +5000
Ghana +6600
Denmark +8000
USA +10000

World Cup Predictions:

Brazil +450 – One of our favorites to win this World Cup 2010 is Brazil.  If you placed a $100 bet  on Brazil it would pay out $550 total.

Portugal +2500 – Another pick of ours is an underdog in Portugal.  They drew a very tough group, but I thnk they will advance and make it deep in the tournament.  Worth a look with the odds given on them to win it all.  If you bet $100 on Portugal to win it would pay out $2600 total.

USA +10000 – We had to throw the USA in there for a long shot.  They are in a weak group and should be able to make it on to the knockout rounds, after that anything can happen.  A $100 bet on the USA would pay out $10,100 total if they won.

The World Cup is approaching fast, get your bets in early to get the best odds ->


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