For the most part, the African teams and the European teams have been a disappointment in the 2010 World Cup betting action thus far. With a handful of teams from both of these regions already eliminated from the World Cup odds completion and more just days away from the same fate almost none of these teams has lived up to their high expectations. Teams like France, Ivory Coast, England, Nigeria, etc have all failed to achieve success in the World Cup betting action.
The Netherlands is one of the few exceptions to this failure and with 2 wins in 2 games and 6 points they are the clear leader of the Group E World Cup odds action. This is a team that has held up against competition from two pretty solid teams (Japan and Denmark) and come away with victories. What’s more impressive is that this team still hasn’t lived up to its World Cup betting potential and much more is expected from this Dutch squad.
The Clock Work Orange attack boasts such international soccer betting superstars as Wesley Snjieder, Arjen Robben, Robin Van Persey and others. It has arguably the best offense in the World Cup betting action (with perhaps the exception of Argentina) but through 2 games has just 3 goals. Dutch fans, coaches, players and many World Cup betting aficionados are expecting to see more offense and against Cameroon they may just get their chance.
The Dutch have all but sealed up a spot in the knockout stage of the World Cup odds competition but need at least a tie to get through. A win would seal the deal and so you can expect Holland to come out firing and make sure they win Group E and advance.
World Cup betting fans should expect to finally see some offensive fireworks from this gifted Dutch group and poor Cameroon will likely have a very long day. Cameroon was one of the lesser-touted African teams in the run up to the World Cup odds competition and they haven’t done much in the group stage. With 0 points through two games this squad isn’t likely to pick up any points against Holland.