World Cup Final Odds
The 2010 World Cup is down to its final match, which will take place Sunday and feature Holland and Spain.
Both teams enter the championship looking for its first ever World Cup Championship.
Spain is the favorite to win the World Cup at this point and has been given a betting line of +110 to win according to the online sports book SPORTSBETTING.com. Holland comes in with a line of +240 while a Draw is in at +230.
Holland has yet to lose or draw in any game thus far, as it is 6-0. Its last four wins have come by one goal and include elimination victories over Slovakia, Brazil, and Uruguay. The Dutch have been led by Wesley Sneijder, who has five goals in the tournament.
Spain has won its last five after losing to Switzerland to open the World Cup. Spain has won its last three games by scores of 1-0, defeating Portugal, Paraguay, and Germany. David Villa has led the team throughout the tournament, as he has five goals.
Along with the final, a consolation game will take place on July 10 featuring Germany and Uruguay. Germany is the favorite to win with a betting line of -167 while Uruguay comes in at +450. A draw is listed at +265.
For complete odds to win the 2010 FIFA World Cup from South Africa, see below.
Odds To Win the 2010 FIFA World Cup – July 10-July 11 – South Africa
World Cup Final – July 11 – 2:30PM ET
World Cup Consolation Game – July 10 – 2:30PM ET
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Posted: 7/8/10 8:25AM ET