World Cup 2010 Qualifying Action on Bet365

10th November 2009 | World Cup Betting category: Football World Cup News
Football World Cup News

With Saturday’s all important European Qualifying first legs kicking off, there is again the opportunity to catch all of the action on the internet. With the Brazil v England friendly in Qatar being broadcast on ITV, and Sky Sports having the rights to show the crucial Ireland v France match from Croke Park, you may want to see some of the other action. Perhaps you want to see how Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal fares against Bosnia-Herzegovina, for example. Though do not hold your breath waiting to see the great man, for he will be not taking part in either leg because of injury. That could make for a really interesting match.

On Saturday, aside from the Ireland v France game, there are three other European qualifier matches happening around the same time, plus the second leg of New Zealand v Bahrain. Sunday sees the CONCACAF play-off between Uruguay v Costa Rica. These are the final showdowns to book a place at World Cup 2010, with the first legs being played on Saturday, November 14th and the second legs on Wednesday 18th. While you are going to be hard pushed to pick up on any of these alternative live actions games on TV, you can be comforted that you can still get to see the action.

Once again it is Bet365 who has come to the rescue of the armchair football fan, as they will be streaming these games live on line through their internet serivce. Unlike for the Ukraine v England game which Bet365 had exclusive rights to, there is not need to even have a funded account with the online Bookmaker. Just by having an account, you can gain access to their excellent online broadcasting service.

To boot, Bet365 offer punters the chance to gain a 100% Initial Deposit bonus, which is a great incentive to make a deposit and have Bet365 reward you for your new loyalty by matching the initial deposit that you put into your account. Bet365 offer an excellent sports book, great live-in play betting, as well as showing thousands of sporting events on their website. They are a great choice to follow not only the remaining World Cup qualifiers, but for the entire South Africa 2010 tournament.

Here are the list of dates and games which can be seen on Bet365
Saturday, November 14
Russia v Slovenia – 4pm
Greece v Ukraine – 6pm
Portugal v Bosnia-Herzegovina – 7.45pm

Wednesday, November 18th
Slovenia v Russia – 7.45pm
Uruguay v Costa Rica

There are restrictions to broadcasting areas, with none of the European games being shown available in Italy, the Middle East or the USA along with the two countries which are involved in the specific game being broadcast. So, if you want to keep up with all the action, open a Bet365 account today, and enjoy the games and the services which this excellent online bookmaker has to offer.

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