The match up for Sunday is the Final of the World Cup 2010, on July 11th, 2010 and it will be Netherlands playing Spain at Soccer City Stadium at 2:30 PM EDT in Johannesburg, South Africa. Check out the World Cup Odds and World Cup Betting lines on this World Cup Final Match-up!
Surprisingly these two teams Spain and the Netherlands have never played each other in World Cup play. The Netherlands have not been to a world cup since back in 1978 and this weighs have on their broad shoulders. The main reason their task of winning this Cup is that they face the best team in the World Sunday, the European Champions from Spain who have moved on beyond the quarter-finals for the first time in Spain’s history in World Cup play! They maintain the ball well with the expertness of Xavi, Iniesta and Alonso who provide the feeds to their star strikers Villa and Torres. On the Netherlands side t hey depend on Bommel to get the ball, pressing and causing confusion for the opponent and feeding the ball to Robben and Sneijder. Spain is expected to win this one but in World Cup play anything can happen. This should prove for some real interesting movement in the World Cup Odds and the World Cup Betting Odds on the World Cup Championship game this Sunday!
At Present the Odds makers have Spain at PK (-200) and Netherlands at PK (+140) with the Over 2 (-120) and the under at 2 (-110) and on the Money Line Spain at (EV) with the Netherlands at (+ 240) and the Money line for the draw at (+220). Check with your Odds Maker for the World Cup Betting and World Cup Odds! There will be 1st half and 2nd half lines on these games. On the World Cup Props – the following Money lines are available: 1st team to score in 90 minutes + Injury time, Last team to score in 90 minutes + Injury time, Half with most Goals in 90 minutes + Injury time, First Half Goals in 45 minutes + Injury time, Will their be a Red Card in the Game in 90 minutes + Injury time, Will their be a Penalty kick awarded in 90 minutes + Injury time, and Player to score anytime Goal in the Match – Graded on regulation time only ( 90 minutes + Injury time) No extra time or Penalty shootout goals included.