England – World Cup Odds 2010

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Dec/04/2009

Now that England has drawn in what is perceived to be the weakest group, their World Cup odds for 2010 have been slashed only slightly and still remain very appealing.

England was at 11/2 or 6.50 odds across the board Friday evening, including at Sports Interaction, which was rewarding Gambling911.com readers with FREE CASH when opening an online betting account.

England is absolutely delighted with Friday's World Cup draw and will meet the USA first next summer.

"That's as good as we could have expected," former national coach Terry Venables said after England avoided both France and Portugal in the group stage. "You could have hand-picked that and been happy with it."

"I think it's one of the more well-balanced groups," said England coach Fabio Capello, who attended the draw in Cape Town. "We're going to have to be careful. All the games are difficult and we may start with the toughest game, since the United States will have a lot more time to prepare for the World Cup."

Capello said he knew nothing about Algeria, which beat African champion Egypt in a one-match playoff to earn one of the 32 spots at the tournament. Slovenia beat Russia in a two-leg playoff to qualify.

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Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com 

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