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World Cup odds in betting focus

The final huge blast of World Cup qualifying goes Tuesday and Wednesday with dozens of games affecting the fates of teams in Europe, South America and Africa.

World Cup odds run the full gamut this week between tight lines and one-sided action where Ukraine faces Europe’s worst side, San Marino.

The week is critical for Spain, England, France, Russia and Portugal, who are among the nations whose 2014 Brazil fates have not been decided as of yet.

Europe will send 13 teams to the World Cup, with nine group winners and then an eight-team playoff.

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Serie A Betting: Roma vs Napoli

It is a clash of the titans early in the Serie A season, as first place AS Roma hosts second place Napoli. Roma has got off to a scorching start to the season winning their first seven matches where they have only given up a grand total of one goal.

Napoli has not been too shabby either with six wins and only one draw.

In this match at Stadio Olimpico in the Italian capital, AS Roma was favored midweek at +120 at Bet365 with Napoli at +220 and the draw line at +240.

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Soccer Betting Section Launched

Betting on soccer continues to grow in popularity with the North American audience, and with World Cup 2014 right around the corner OddsShark.com has launched a new soccer odds channel.

Featuring comparative odds from all of the major international leagues and competitions, the section includes matchup data on every game every day in 26 leagues. Click here to visit the new soccer betting channel.

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FA Cup Final Odds: Man City vs Wigan

Wigan has had a season to forget in the English Premier League, but they have made an impressive run to the FA Cup Final where they face EPL giant Manchester City.

Wigan has hovered around the relegation zone for much of the EPL season and with only a few weeks remaining in the domestic schedule it looks as if they are safe from being relegated. Still, nobody gave them much of a chance in the FA Cup, especially how they started.

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Euro 2012 Final Betting Odds

Spain's road to a European Championship repeat goes through Italy on Sunday as the two teams clash in the final of Euro 2012 at Olympic Stadium in Kiev.

No team has ever repeated as Euro champion and Spain would also set another record with a victory, becoming the first international team to win three-straight Major championships. In case you forgot Spain is also the reigning World Cup champ.

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Portugal Spain Euro Betting Pick

With a place in the Euro final on the line Spain and Portugal meet up in the first semifinal on Wednesday with the the defending champions from Spain heavily favored.

Despite being accused of playing “boring football” in the tournament Spain has rolled through the tournament pretty easily so far. Through the group stage they started off with a draw versus Italy before taking our Ireland and Croatia.

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Germany Italy Euro 2012 Odds

After cruising through the Group Stage undefeated and rolling over Greece in the quarterfinals Germany looks tough to beat heading into their Thursday semifinal matchup with Italy.

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Euro 2012 Quarterfinals Betting Odds

The conclusion of Tuesday night’s action in Group D means that the matchups for the quarterfinals of Euro 2012 is now complete.

June 21st  - Czech Republic 5.50 Portugal 1.72 Draw 3.50 at Bovada

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Germany vs Holland Euro Betting

They don’t call it the Group of Death without good reason.

At least that’s what the Dutch national team is finding out as they look to bounce back from a shocking upset to Denmark in their first game of group play. Now with formidable Germany next in line, fans are rushing to weigh in on the Euro 2012 odds.

ADVERTISEMENT: Bet on Euro 2012 today and get the best underdog odds at Bovada

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Euro 2012 Odds: Spain Favored

Spain won Euro 2008 and they won the World Cup in 2010, so it's little surprise they open the Euro 2012 odds menu as favorites to win again.

The European Championships are finally here and will take place in Poland and the Ukraine.

Spain (3.50 at Will Hill) has a loaded team with such stars as G Iker Casillas, Fernando Torres, and Xavi, but the squad was dealt a blow with the injury to David Villa.

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