Latest 2010 World Cup Betting OddsPosted on 22/12 by T J Dilfer
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Serbia (5.00) and Ghana (5.00) make up the rest of the four team group, which looks sure to be closer than the futures betting markets imply.
Germany are going through a resurgence at the moment and are worthy favourites. Sportsbet has the Germans at just 13.00 to win the whole competition, which looks skinny. The Aussies are probably a true 7.50 shot to win Group D, and If Tim Cahill is injured, you could double those odds. Serbia look the most underrated team in the Group, and many shrewd betting judges will be interested in the Serbs at 67.00 to win the tournament. And even bigger prices with Betfair.
Australia's World Cup chances are not great according to the bookies, Sportsbet rate the Socceroos at 101.00, whist Sportsbet offer a more realistic 126.00.
The winners of Group D will play the 2nd place team in Group C, likely to be either the USA or Slovenia. England are big favourites for Group C, generally priced up at 1.33.
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