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FIFA World Cup
FIFA World Cup
Germany has won the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Both countries were early favorites with Argentina the second favorite at 3-1 after only the host country Brazil. Germany was coming in at 4-1 odds early.
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Lionel Messi and Thomas Muller were both favorites to score the first goal and either would pay out US$32.50 for every US$10 bet.
It is being called a “Day of Destiny” for Lionel Messi.
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Gambling911.com has your Germany vs. Argentina World Cup Finals odds and predictions courtesy of our friends at BetDSI.com here.
Sunday, July 13th – 3:00 PM ET
World Cup Odds: Germany +135, Argentina +225, Draw +215
Brazil vs. Holland World Cup betting odds had Brazil paying slightly better than EVEN odds despite their embarrassing loss against the Germans. Holland would pay around 2-1 odds. The Draw would pay out just shy of 3-1. All odds courtesy of BetOnline here
Germany vs. Argentina betting odds for the 2014 World Cup Final had Germany as a 6/4 favorite while Argentina will pay US$21 for every US$10 bet. The Draw opened at 2/1 odds. All odds courtesy of BetDSI.com here.
Germany destroyed the host nation Brazil with an unprecedented 7-1 win to advance to the Final.
An anti-gambling advert which featured a man putting his son's life savings on Germany winning the World Cup was widely panned by Singaporeans online Wednesday after it was shown during Brazil's crushing defeat.
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Both Argentina and the Netherlands had to battle through tough quarterfinal matches to get to the semifinal of the World Cup in Brazil, setting up a massive clash for Wednesday.
For the edification of PPH bettors at WagerHome.com, there is good news and bad news with regard to Neymar, one of the world's premier players, who has figured so prominently in the success Brazil has had in the World Cup process, from the Confederations Cup, where his team looked so utterly dominant and he signaled himself as a full-fledged member of the elite, to the finals tournament itself, where he has scored four goals.
Holland v Argentina World Cup betting odds for the Semi-Finals had Argentina with a payout potential of near US$15 on a US$10 bet, the Netherlands with a payout potential of US$23 and the Draw offering a payout potential of US$22. All odds courtesy of BetDSI.com where you can claim up to US$2500 in free cash.
60% of the action at the Euro books was on Argentina, which says quite a bit. They were at 3-1 odds of winning the FIFA World Cup outright heading into June.
Brazil vs. Germany World Cup betting odds for the semi-finals had both sides paying just shy of 2/1 odds and the Draw paying just over 2/1 odds. Sportsbook.com was offering betting on this World Cup game. Place your 1st bet, get your 2nd bet FREE up to US$100 here.
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Netherlands was coming in around 1/2 odds while Costa Rica was listed at between 6/1 and 7/1.
Gambling911.com has your Argentina vs. Belgium World Cup predictions and all the latest odds courtesy of BetDSI.com here.
Saturday, July 5th – 12:00 PM ET
World Cup Odds: Argentina +115, Belgium +260, Draw +235
Argentina vs. Belgium World Cup betting odds were available at AceSportsbook.com here.
Argentina would pay out approximately US$12 for every US$10 bet. Belgium would pay out US$28 while the Draw would pay out US$22. Both sides are getting almost identical backing of around 40%.
Argentina have won three of their four encounters with Belgium, scoring 10 goals and conceding four.
You can bet on the Brazil vs. Colombia World Cup quarter-finals at BetDSI.com here.
FIFA has cast doubts on allegations made by a German magazine that a World Cup group game between Cameroon and Croatia had been fixed.
FIFA is demanding that Der Spiegel provide details of all its conversations with convicted match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal to prove the June 18 game had been fixed. Cameroon lost 4-0.
Costa Rica is definitely the feel good story of this year’s World Cup. And there will likely be a handful of sports bettors feeling especially good should this Central American team advance and somehow find a way to win.
Uruguayan footballer Luis Suarez has finally apologized for biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini during a group stage elimination match that saw Uruguay advance but ultimately lose.
The Uruguayans were knocked out in the Round of 16 by Colombia. They played without Suarez, who has been suspended from playing for four months.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - FIFA remained silent on Tuesday regarding allegations that Cameroon players played a part in fixing the results of their World Cup group matches.
FIFA spokeswoman Delia Fischer would not confirm or deny that soccer's world ruling body was investigating the claims, adding that even if it was, it would not reveal that information.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter, met by reporters at his hotel in Rio, said: "Yes I have been told about this but let them do their work on this investigation."
Okay, so PPH World Cup bettors aren't complaining anymore about Landon Donovan being left off the U.S. team. Except for Donovan himself, that is. he is sore enough about his snub from the 23-man roster that he actually took to rooting against the team afterward. he was quoted as saying that when the U.S. conducted a tune-up match against Azerbaijan, "I thought, if we get a 1-0 win and the team doesn't perform well, that would feel good."
Gambling911.com has your Argentina vs. Switzerland World cup betting odds and predictions courtesy of our friends at BetDSI.com.
Gambling911.com has your USA vs. Belgium World cup betting odds and predictions courtesy of our friends at BetDSI.com.
Belgium came into the World Cup as a darkhorse, but they received so much attention that they went from underhyped to overhyped and they labored to the top spot in Group H.
We’ve said it before and we will say it again, Costa Rica has come into the 2014 World Cup as the biggest underdog at better than 100-1 odds and now they have qualified to enter the quarter-finals. This is indeed one of the biggest stories of this year’s World Cup.
Gambling911.com has your Germany vs. Algeria World Cup betting odds courtesy of our friends at BetOnline here.
The Netherlands vs. Mexico World Cup 2014 betting odds and predictions are courtesy of BetDSI.com here.
World Cup Odds: Netherlands +106, Mexico +246, Draw +227, O/U: 2.5
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