Football World Cup 2010 Odds Released for MVP

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Football World Cup 2010

BetUS.com is releasing numerous odds for the upcoming Football World Cup 2010 including team to win and here they break down the FIFA World Cup 2010 MVP odds.

Every four years Football World Cup rocks fans the world over and 2010 is no different. As we approach the launch date of June 11 in South Africa, there is a palpable buzz and excitement on just about every street and every pub from New York City to Cape Town and fans are looking for answers. This being the case, the largest most successful sportsbook on the web, BetUS.com posted odds on all things World Cup 2010!

"Soccer is the most popular and fastest growing sport in the world," stated BetUS.com spokesman Reed Richards. "The amount of action in unique visitors to our site is a testament to how passionate these fans are as they log in for the most accurate information, and to show support for their teams."

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Analysts at BetUS.com posted the following odds on which player will be the MVP:

 

FIFA World Cup 2010: MVP

 

David Villa (Spain)

7/1

Clemente Luis Fabiano (Brazil)

7/1

Wayne Rooney (England)

5/1

Fernando Torres (Spain)

7/1

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)

5/1

Gonzalo Higuain (Argentina)

10/1

Lionel Messi (Argentina)

5/1

Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast)

8/1

Sergio Aguero (Argentina)

12/1

Nilmar (Brazil)

20/1

Miroslav Klose (Germany)

20/1

Vincenzo Iaquinta (Italy)

25/1

Thierry Henry (France)

25/1

Ricardo Kaka (Brazil)

10/1

Alberto Gilardino (Italy)

20/1

Jermain Defoe (England)

25/1

Da Silva Liedson (Portugal)

30/1

Samuel Eto'o (Cameroon)

25/1

Robin Van Persie (Holland)

10/1

Nicolas Anelka (France)

25/1

De Souza Robinho (Brazil)

20/1

Klass-Jan Huntelaar (Holland)

40/1

Mario Gomez (Germany)

30/1

Daniel Guiza (Spain)

45/1

Luis Suarez (Uruguay)

25/1

Antonio Di Natale (Italy)

45/1

Carlos Tevez (Argentina)

20/1

Frank Lampard (England)

25/1

Giuseppe Rossi (Italy)

25/1

Lukas Podolski (Germany)

20/1

Andre Pierre Gignac (France)

50/1

Diego Forlan (Uruguay)

40/1

Humberto Suazo (Chile)

25/1

Steven Gerrard (England)

50/1

Dirk Kuyt (Holland)

35/1

Marko Pantelic (Serbia)

60/1

Roque Santa Cruz (Paraguay)

70/1

Leite Adriano (Brazil)

50/1

Arjen Robben (Holland)

50/1

Omar Bravo (Mexico)

100/1

Obafemi Martins (Nigeria)

85/1

Ikechukwu Uche (Nigeria)

100/1

Landon Donovan (USA)

15/1

 

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