The current betting prices for the World Cup 2010

11th June 2010 | World Cup Betting category: World Cup Betting & Odds
World Cup Betting & Odds

One of the most important, yet one of the most difficult tasks when it comes to World Betting, is not sifting through the 32 teams and picking out a winner as an ante-post bet, it is keeping up to date with the current betting prices for the World Cup 2010. Once the tournament  has kicked off, the markets on football betting can rapidly change, and one bit of breaking news could massively effect what odds you can pick up. Naturally, the earlier you bet on a team ahead of a tournament such as this, the better the odds you will be able to get. Take European challengers Holland at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Their odds have shortened significantly, thanks to a very good build up to the tournament, and obtaining a 100% record in qualification. They have shortened from around 13/1 down to 10/1 at Bet365 at the moment, and shows the significant movement which can happen with football betting. So there is a need to stay up to date and informed to fortify your betting.

So how do you stay on top of the current betting prices for the World Cup 2010? Simply head to our Odds page in our Tips and Recommendations section and you will find all of the current odds the market for the World Cup Outright Winner, currently headed by Spain at a price of 5/1 at Bet365. The current odds are scoured from a wealth of online bookmakers, and are constantly updated to give you the latest live and best prices that you can get on the World Cup. So, if you are looking for the best current prices as you pick the nation who you think will lift the coveted Julies Rimet trophy on July 11th in Johannesburg at the World Cup final, then help is at hand. But while the Outright Winner market may not rapidly change, one of the main markets which will, is the current betting odds on the individual World Cup matches. These can be a lot harder to keep a track of, but not when you follow the 2010 World Cup right here, as all the prices you need is available in one place.

Now you can find all of the best prices for the upcoming World Cup matches from South Africa 2010, so that you do not have to worry whether you are picking up the best price for your wager or not. England v USA is one of the most intriguing matches of the first round of opening group fixtures, and a quick glance at the table showed that England are firm favourites to take maximum points from the fixture, with Paddy Power offering decimal odds of 1.53 at the time of writing. This is the advantage of being able to see the current betting prices for the World Cup 2010, right at your fingertips. After the World Cup outright odds, the individual match fixed odds outrights will be where the majority of wagers go on with online bookmakers covering South Africa 2010. It is hard to ignore the odds in individual match odds, as that is where a lot of profit can be picked up. Whether you back the favourites in a match heavily, or whether you put a wager on a tip for an outsider, you will need to know the best and latest prices to make the most of your money.

Our current betting prices for the World Cup 2010 are presented in decimal odds, in easy to read tables. If you are not familiar with how to read decimal odds, then all that you need to understand is that the figure you see, is the figure that the bookmaker will be paying out to you, stake included. Think of them simply as fractional odds plus one. So, fractional odds of 5/1 will be represented as 6.0 in decimal terms. Evens (1/1) would be represented at 2.00 and so on. So, if you put a bet of £1 on odds of 5/1 then you would get your £5 winnings plus your £1 stake back. It is exactly the same as in decimal terms of 6.0. You play £1 and you get a total of £6 back, just the same as the factional odds, as the stake is included. They can be easier to read, and all you have to do is multiply your stake by the odds and the result is what will be handed back to you by the bookmaker if you win.

The thirty two nations have gone through a lot of preparation to make the most of their World Cup chances? How have you, as punter prepared? Having the right information to hand can make a big difference in terms of profit and even more profit. World Cup odds of 4/1 will see your bookmaker handing over less than profit than if you had managed to pick up the same bet at 5/1. A £10 bet on that would make a big £10 difference in your potential winnings. Fortunately you do not have to visit every online bookmaker yourself, as you can find all the information of latest World Cup odds right here, in order to make your World Cup betting go more smoothly and more efficiently.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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