With plenty of soccer yet to be played in the World Cup betting competition it’s hard to say which team will win it all. But with the quarterfinals fast approaching and the semi-finals in the week ahead we’ll surely have a clearer picture of what the World Cup odds competition will look like. And after this weekend’s games are over with there could many surprises in store for World Cup betting fans as at least one of the semi-final matchups will be composed up underdogs.
Both Holland and the Uruguay are teams that no one expects to make it to the semifinals but both of these teams will be there when the dust from the quarterfinals betting action finally settles.
Both teams will win their quarterfinal matchups to the surprise of many World Cup betting fans and will advance to within one game of the World Cup betting title.
Uruguay has been solid all tournaments long and while not the flashiest side or the most talented side this group of players simply plays mistake free soccer and wears its opponents down. And no other team in the soccer betting tournament has finished better around the goal either than this South American team.
But it’s also benefitted from one of the easiest draws in the World Cup betting action and it hasn’t seen a team anywhere near the caliber of Holland yet in this tournament. When it faces off against the Clock Work Orange in this potential semi-final matchup it will likely be the team’s last World Cup betting contest for 2010.
Holland is simply too talented for the Uruguayans to beat in a soccer betting matchup. Even if the Uruguayans played 100% mistake free the talent disparity is simply too great. The Dutch midfield and attack is like a Murderer’s Row of scoring talent. With Snjieder in the middle with the likes of Vander Vaart and others, and Robben and Van Persey up front there is no way a defense can contain all of this fire power.
In the end the Uruguayans should be proud of what they’ve accomplished in the World Cup betting with so little but the Dutch will advance to the Final.