World Cup Q'final Odds

The 2010 World Cup is down to its final eight team and with the Quarterfinals set to begin on Friday, the newest odds are out as to which team will win it all.

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The remaining eight teams will compete in four separate matches with the winners moving on to the semifinals. Matches are 90 minutes long and in the event of a draw, two 15-minute periods are played to determine a winner. If the match is still tied after that, the winner is determined by penalty kicks.

Brazil is favored to win the World Cup at this point and has been given 5/2 odds win according to the online sports book SPORTSBETTING.com. Other short odds to win are Spain (14/5), Argentina (9/2), and Germany (7/1)/

Brazil has won five World Cup championships, with the last coming in 2002. In group play won Group G with a 2-0-1 record. In the round of 16, Brazil dominated Chile 3-0. Brazil will now face Holland in the quarterfinals, which is easily the toughest match of the remaining games.

Spain has never won the World Cup, and their best finish in the tournament was fourth place back in 1950. Spain went 2-1-0 in group play to win Group H. Spain defeated Portugal 1-0 in the round of 16 in a very competitive game. Spain will now face Paraguay in the quarterfinals.

Argentina has won two World Cups, taking the 1978 and 1986 titles. They won Group B as it went 3-0-0, scoring seven goals and allowing just one. In the round of 16 Argentina defeated Mexico 3-1 with a sound offensive display. Argentina will now face off with Germany in the quarterfinals.

Germany has won the World Cup three times, the last coming in 1990. It won Group D with a 2-0-1 record and then went on to beat England 4-1 in the elimination round. Germany will now face Argentina in the quarterfinals.

The quarterfinals of the World Cup start Friday, July 2 at 10AM ET and two games will be played each day for two days until the semifinals are set.

For complete odds to win the 2010 FIFA World Cup from South Africa, see below.
Odds To Win the 2010 FIFA World Cup – July2-July 11 – South Africa

Brazil 5/2

Spain 14/5

Argentina 9/2

Germany 7/1

Holland 15/2

Uruguay 18/1

Ghana 40/1

Paraguay 50/1

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Posted: 6/30/10 7:01AM ET

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