Final Matches of European Group Qualification

5th October 2009 | World Cup Betting category: World Cup Previews & Predictions
World Cup Previews & Predictions

Next weekend sees a return to the World Cup Qualifying stages across Europe, and once and for all, scores will be settled, and victors will be breathe a sigh of relief sat atop their groups. With only three of the groups being settled so far, by the Netherlands, England and Spain respectively, there is a lot to play for, and a lot of big names waiting to see whether they can grab one of the few remaining spots, or whether or not they will have to do things the hard way through a runners-up playoff. During the build-up week, we take a look through the groups in Europe, to see the permutations of what may, and what should happen group by group. We will also take a look at the best odds to work with, and where sensible bets can be laid.

All across the World, the final guaranteed places for participating in the 2010 World Cup are up for grabs. Will the likes of Lionel Messi, Michael Ballack, Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo be there? Will France do better than a runner’s-up spot? Will either of the Irish teams be joining England in South Africa? Will the Czech Republic be making the trip to South Africa? Who will prevail out of the Russia v Germany battle? Can San Marino score a goal? Will Spain and England keep up their 100% records?

There are a lot of questions which will be answered over the next week or so. Saturday sees an important round of matches, with the culmination of European qualifying coming on Wednesday night. Europe is often the spotlight of qualifying competition, because of the wealth of talent and the amount of teams participating. Over the next week, we will take a look at the state of qualifying not only in Europe, but across the globe.

It is all to play for now with the final World Cup 2010 qualifying showdowns happening. It is time for the patriotic crowds to cheer their nations home, and see their names set in the list of odds to lift the famous trophy next year.

Brazil – 5/1 at Coral
Spain – 5/1 at Coral
England – 7/1 at Coral
Germany – 11/1 at Expekt
Argentina – 12/1 at Expekt


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