Printable free World Cup 2010 fixtures Wall Chart to download

4th May 2010 | World Cup Betting category: Football World Cup News
Football World Cup News

June 11th is the kick off for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and with a printable World Cup fixtures chart, you can plan a route to the final. Naturally there is a desire to back your own nation with betting on the World Cup. Why? Patriotic betting is always a pleasure, as it furthers the excitement and dreams of seeing your nations captain lifting the World Cup. Out of thirty two teams in with a chance at the start of the tournament, the first stage in supporting your nation is cheering them on through the group stages. That means there are at least three guaranteed matches for all teams, but it is once your team has either won the group, or finished second in order to qualify for the second round, it is always good to see just who your nation could run in to.

2010 World Cup Fixtures Wall ChartWhen you have a World Cup Wall chart laid out in front of you then you see the two alternative paths which your nation could take to the World Cup final. It is going to either go one of two ways. Either your team wins the group and plays the runner’s up of the neighbouring group, or the situation will be reversed. This is all important in the grand scheme of things, as it could send your team to either half of the draw. By looking at a FIFA 2010 World Cup Wall chart, which you can download here, your betting chances can be enhanced. For example, are England likely to run into European Champions and World Cup favourites Spain, or will Fabio Capello’s men be on a collision course with the mighty Brazil? These are the things which can be worked out with a printable World Cup fixtures chart.

Of course there are no certainties, but if a team is likely to have to play both Spain and Brazil before the semi finals of the competition, then their odds will be extended. By looking at the favourites in each group, you can surmise who will be progressing, and at what point your nation will come up against opposition that is invariably tougher than some of the group opponents. While a wall chart planner will aid you in seeing your favourite nation progress through the tournament, it is also a good way to try and spot those underdogs. For example, a second placed team who may come up against the likes of France in the first knockout stage, a side who are often on shaky ground, will have an increased chance of progressing to the quarter finals than if they were playing someone like Holland. Can one of the strong South American contingent find a secure route to the latter stages?

So here is the link to your printable World Cup fixtures chart, which is in PDF format and downloadable for free. From the group stages, with a full list of dates and matches, you can start planning who will end up against who, and start getting your bets down on the 2010 FIFA World Cup if you have not already done so!

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