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Klaas Jan Huntelaar (Holland)

Netherlands v Spain Betting Preview

Both of these are still looking to discover themselves at the moment. The Netherlands are in all sorts of a mess having won just two of their last six games played. Spain are a side in transition after last year’s World Cup and have lost two of their last six which is uncharacteristic of La Roja. Big European heavyweight clash in a friendly at the Amsterdam Arena on Tuesday night. Who will come out on top?

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Netherlands v Spain Betting Tips

Tough times it would seem for the Netherlands at the moment. The Oranje have only managed a W2 D1 L2 record from their opening five matches in Euro 2016 qualification. In their latest match over the weekend, they needed a last minute equaliser at home against Turkey to salvage something. They just aren’t clicking in any department at the moment, especially at the back. They already have a lot of ground to make up to group leaders the Czech Republic and second placed Iceland in Euro 2016 qualification Group A. It has been a downward spiral since the World Cup from the Dutch who have posted a poor W2 D1 L4 record since Brazil 2014.

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar is a 7/5 quote for the Dutch in the anytime goalscorer market for the game against Spain, and that is the same quote on offer from Bet365 on Bas Dost. The goals are there for the Dutch, but they are unreliable at the back, having managed just the one clean sheet in their last seven international. It has been pretty poor from them and that will only invite pressure on themselves from Spain. The Dutch hammered the Spaniards 5-1 at the World Cup but they are nowhere near that level at the moment and have a long way back to get there.

The Spaniards are not running at the top of their form at the moment. They were damaged at the 2014 World Cup and since the tournament ended they have only managed a W4 L3 record. That’s not the Spain that we all know. But two of the defeats were against France and Germany in international friendly matches, but there was a shock 2-1 loss against Slovakia in the European Champions 2016 qualifiers which rocked them. They are transitioning but a positive 1-0 win over the Ukraine in the Euro 2016 qualifiers will have done them good. The goal was netted by Alvaro Morata who is a 9/4 anytime goalscorer for the Italy game. A bit light up front, but will likely dominate position still.

Netherlands v Spain Betting Odds

Spain 8/5, Netherlands 7/4, Draw 12/5

Netherlands v Spain Predictions

There are likely to be big changes to starting elevens in this one. A good chance for both to experiment a little. Coming so soon after the Euro 2016 qualifiers, it is likely to peter out into a low scoring draw.

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30th March 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Coral

England return to Euro 2016 qualification duties on Friday night as they host Lithuania at Wembley. This is the first time that the two nations have met and the Three Lions will be hoping to continue their 100% record in qualification so far, having won their opening opening group games. England, who have scored 11 goals and conceded just one so far, should find the going easy against the Lithuanians, who have failed to score a single goal in their last three matches played (D1 L2).

After their World Cup 2014 horror show, Spain are a nation in transition, but with thirteen goals scored so far in their four qualification matches (eight of them at home), they will be confident of picking up maximum points against the Ukraine. The two are locked on nine points, three back of surprise group leaders Slovakia heading into the weekend. But Spain have won each and every one of their last 14 European Championship home matches, and will be expected to break down the Ukraine’s solid defence.

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27th March 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Euro 2016 Betting

Football Betting

Spain v Germany Betting Preview

A heavyweight clash for this international friendly. It should be one of the highlights of midweek fixture list. Both of the giants have been a bit below par since the World Cup though and this one has a little added factor of each trying to prove to the other that they are still a force to be reckoned with. The last time they met was back at the 2010 World Cup as La Roja marched to the title. Can they bank a win over the current world champions?

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Spain v Germany Betting Tips

There is a bit of the feeling that the Spaniards are still in a bit of transition after their horrific World Cup 2014 campaign. They are making decent strikes towards Euro 2016 as expected, but they did suffer a shock loss against Slovakia in their qualifying group. A bad day at the office perhaps? Well it was their second loss in their last six matches played (W4) so there are vulnerabilities there clearly. They have won their last two matches played with a clean sheet in tow, but victories of Luxembourg and Belarus are expected to be routine.

From 21 previous encounters between Spain and Germany, the Spaniards trail 7-8. However, they are on a three match winning streak against the Germans and are edging this as favourites at the bookmakers. They are still packed with quality of course and have match winners in their ranks, the current team just looks as if they need a bit more time together. In the anytime goalscorer market Paco Alcacer is a 6/4 favourite, with Alvaro Morata at 2/1 behind him. Alcacer has scored in two of his last three internal appearances.

Since winning the World Cup in the summer, Germany have won just two of their five games. They are another of the European giants that are in transition as well, and their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign hasn’t really come to life. With a defeat in there against Poland, a draw against Ireland and hard-earned win over Scotland, Die Mannschaft are not quite at the peak of efficiency that they were in the summer. Even their 4-0 win over Gibraltar on the weekend, really wasn’t as good as you would have expected from them, punters having backed the Germans to potentially reach double figures in that one.

Like Spain, they are blessed with immense talent and Thomas Muller is always worth a shot in the anytime goalscorer market for a price of 2/1 with William Hill. Germany though have failed tos core in either of their last two matches against Spain though and just one in the last three meetings. Given the fact that they don’t look at their best at the moment, punters may just backing them for a victory in the game in Spain. There is enough firepower on both sides to suggest that the game is going to go over 2.5 goals though.

Spain v Germany Betting Odds

Spain 23/20, Germany 12/5, Draw 9/4

Spain v Germany Predictions

Neither are really on top form at the moment and both having been showing a bit of frailty at the back. Both will want to a prove a point in this one, but at the moment the Spaniards probably just shade it a little bit if you are shooting for a win. Reason enough though to bank on parity coming out of this one at the end of the day.

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17th November 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Football Betting

France v Spain Betting Preview

Another big European friendly clash on Thursday night, as France and Spain come together. They were paired together in the World Cup 2014 qualifiers and the French pushed the Spaniards hard, but still came out second best. But with their respective performances at the finals, Les Bleus are running as 6/4 favourites with online betting site Bet Victor for this one, leaving Spain handing out an unfamiliar price of 2/1.

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France v Spain Betting Tips

The French were clearly the better of the two sides at the 2014 World Cup, with Spain embarrassingly crashing out in the group stage as defending champions. They played each other twice during World Cup qualification, with France losing 1-0 at home after taking a 1-1 draw out in Spain. So very tight margins between the two and would expect that to continue as well by backing the game to go under 2.5 goals for a price of 4/7 with online betting site Bet Victor. The last five meetings have all gone under the mark.

So how much value are France, considering that they haven’t won any of the last five games against the Spaniards. Quite a bit, despite that run of form. They will have more of the settled squad as Spain look to rebuild themselves after their World Cup humiliation. France will be without Olivier Giroud so it could be to new Chelsea man Loic Remy at 2/1 or Karim Benzema for the same price that punters will look to for value for the French to get on the scoresheet. Games like this are going to be important for France now, who won’t have competitive qualification matches as they are the hosts of Euro 2016. So Didier deschamps has to keep momentum going with friendly wins.

Where do Spain go after World Cup 2014? Vicente del Bosque has remained in his job, which is nice after all that he has done for them. Three is a much younger looking squad in attendance, with the likes of Xavi, Fernando Torres, David Villa and Xabi Alonso out of the picture. They still have an envious midfield, with the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Andres Iniesta, Isco and Koke in there. It is to the youngsters that Spain really have to look now to fill the hole. They do still look a bit short up top, with just Pedro and Diego Costa being joined by the uncapped Paco Alcacer for this one. Costa, with his great early form for Chelsea, is a 2/1 shot in the anthem goalscorer market.

France v Spain Betting Odds

France 6/4, Spain 2/1, Draw 11/5

France v Spain Predictions

Punters have to be looking forward to this one, just to see what becomes of Spain. They really have to turn to their youngsters, and they could be there for the taking by France, as it could take some time for the new Spanish set up to come together. More than enough value on France to take the win at 6/4, but don’t expect Spain to give this game away, so it will probably be tight.

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2nd September 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Mesut Oezil (GER)

Well, Germany became the first European nation to win a World Cup in South America, and that followed Spain becoming the first European nation to win a World Cup outside of their own continent four years ago in South Africa. It is back to Europe in four years time as the biggest tournament in the world heads to Russia. Of course, with controversy running around the organisation of just about every World Cup that comes along, the market as to whether or not Russia will actually host it or not, will probably kick up over the next four years.

So, with a long four years to go until the World Cup 2018 betting kicks off, you can actually get some good ante post bets down on the outright winner market right now at online betting site Ladbrokes. Germany will be defending champions and after a good decade of investment in their youth and development, it all came to fruition at Brazil 2014 for them. Boss Joachim Low suggested that Germany can rule the world for years to come now as they have such a strong foundation in place.

They may well might and they are running as favourites to win the 2018 World Cup at a price of 5/1 with online betting site Ladbrokes. You can look at the main protagonists in the outright betting and see that the top four are the top four which were heading up the 2014 World Cup outright winner market. Argentina are running as 7/1 second favourites to go one better than 2014 and win the tournament, with Spain and Brazil as 8/1 shots.

France are trading at 10/1, followed by Italy, Holland and Belgium around the 16/1 mark and then comes England all the way out at 20/1 shots with Ladbrokes. That is the same price as hosts Russia, and Portugal, with Colombia trailing them at 22/1. Of course with qualification not starting for another couple of years you are taking long dark shots really behind that on teams currently trading at 50/1 or greater.

 


16th July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Australia v Spain

Australia v Spain World Cup 2014, 23rd June Betting Preview

Well this is just going to be a dead rubber. Not many punters will have predicted that ahead of the tournament. Back to back defeats for both have left them floundering and it is Spain who go into this one needing a win to avoid the embarrassment of finishing bottom of the group. Can the Australians build on their hugely positive game against Holland?

Australia v Spain Betting Tips

This will be the first meeting between the two sides. Shame it is going to be a non-event. What usually happens in matches like this, is the squad gets utilised and you don’t see the strongest startling eleven. Spain, who have never lost all three matches in the group stage of the World Cup before, became the fifth reigning champions to be knocked out of the group stage at a World Cup. Their defence has fallen apart, not helped by keeper Iker Casillas not looking very sharp, and to sum it all up, Spain won Euro 2008, the 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012 and conceded just six goals in all three tournaments. That is one less than they have suffered in their two games at Brazil 2014.

Vicente del Bosque will likely dump his old guard in this one and look to move forward and go out with a bang from his younger players. Spain just lacked clinical conviction in the final third and the experiment with Diego Costa didn’t work, the Atletico Madrid man just didn’t look to fit into the team at all, and he didn’t manage a shot on target against either Holland or Chile, and only produced five shots in total. It wasn’t impressive, but he is running as 4/5 favourite in the anytime goalscorer market. When they won the World Cup four years ago, they averaged 24 shots per game. They have produced just ten per game so far. It tells a tale, but it is their midfield and defensive collapses against Chile and Holland which has been the main cause of their decline.

Australia only need to grab themselves a draw in this one and they will avoid finishing bottom. They showed tremendous character against Holland, but they couldn’t hold onto their 2-1 lead, falling to a 3-2 defeat in the end. Still, they showed tremendous fight and that could go far against Spain. However, Australia will be without their main man Tim Cahill, who has scored five of Australia’s eleven World Cup goals. It was Cahill who produced one of the goals of the tournament against Holland. They may struggle up front without him though. They have after all only won one of their last seven World Cup match against European opponents.

Australia v Spain Betting Odds

Spain 2/5, Draw 4/1, Australia 6/1

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Australia v Spain Predictions

It’ll be interesting to watch, just to see if Del Bosque looks towards the next generation of Spanish football. Hopefully he does, because the old guard don’t have it any more. Australia, in missing Tim Cahill will likely struggle to finish any chances. So look for a Spanish win.


22nd June 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: World Cup 2014 Betting

Spain v Chile

Spain got absolutely trounced by Holland on Saturday. They started well enough but Holland gathered themselves superbly to put the defending champions to the sword in dramatic fashion. That kind of pummeling must have an affect and Vincente del Bosque will need every ounce of his experience to pick up his players again. He could make several changes to his starting XI, which from a Chilean point of view, could be perfect.

Chile began their 2014 campaign with a 1-0 win over Australia. Chile weren’t great and Australia threatened at times but the bones of a decent squad is definitely there. They’ll take heart from the trouncing imposed on Spain, realising that the Spanish are indeed human. It will give them hope, and coupled with the three points they’ve already got in the bag, they’ll walk out on the pitch on Wednesday with confidence.

Latest odds on Chile to beat Spain are 5/1

LATEST MATCH ODDS – Spain Spain v Chile Chile World Cup 2014

Spain     4/6

Draw     7/2

Chile 5/1

FIRST GOALSCORER

Diego Costa        9/2

Fernando Torres              6/1

David Villa           6/1 with William Hill

Pedro    7/1

Alexis Sanchez  9/1 with BET365

Cesc Fabregas   8/1

Eduardo Vargas 10/1

Esteban Paredes              11/1

 

CORRECT SCORE

Draw 1-1              8/1

Spain 2-1              8/1

Spain 1-0              17/2

Spain 2-0              17/2

Spain 3-1              12/1

Spain 3-0              12/1

Draw 0-0              16/1

Draw 2-2              16/1

Chile 2-1               18/1

Chile 1-0               22/1

 

TOTAL GOALS

Under 2.5            5/4

Over 2.5               4/6

 

BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE

Yes         8/11

No          6/5

 

VERDICT: This game will be a test of how mentally strong Spain are. They were hammered on Saturday and del Bosque could make many changes for Wednesday’s clash with Chile. This might upset the balance in the squad and that kind of disruption could play into Chile’s hands. They will have taken heart from the fact that Spain were walloped, and they secured three points of their own against Australia which takes the pressure of somewhat. No-one expects Chile to turn spain over, but that doesn’t mean they can’t. Take a chance with both teams to score and for Chile to win 2-1. And wouldn’t Barcelona’s Alexis Sanchez just love to put one past the country of his residence?


16th June 2014 / joe - Category: World Cup 2014 Betting

Spain v Chile

Spain v Chile World Cup 2014, 18th June Betting Preview

How will the current reigning world champions react to the hammering they suffered at the hands of Holland in their opening match? Not only do the Red Fury have to worry about picking up points now, but they have to take steps to make amends on their goal difference as well. Chile will be confident of potentially knocking Spain out of the tournament as they push on themselves towards qualification.

Spain v Chile Betting Tips

With Holland likely to beat Australia in the other group match in Group B, defeat for Spain would eliminate Vicente del Bosque’s men. The pressure is well and truly on now. However, Spain are undefeated in ten previous matches against the South Americans and will be hoping that that continues. Spain have won eight and drawn two of those previous match up. The Spaniards have also taken wins in the two matches in which they have played Chile at the World Cup. The most recent one of those meetings was four years ago, in which Spain won 2-1.

In their 5-1 loss against Holland, Spain conceded five goals in a World Cup match for just the second time in their history. What a massive blow it was to them, especially after opening the scoring. Diego Costa, who frankly looked out of place up front against Holland, is even money favourite in the anytime goalscorer market for this game, with Fernando Torres and David Villa at 7/4. If Spain need any confidence, then they can cast their minds back for years, as they lost their opener there but went on to win the World Cup. They have also not lost back to back international matches since October of 2006 either. Just to sum up how much of an anomaly that loss was against Netherlands, they conceded more goals in that match than they had done in their previous nine internationals.

But Spain have won just one of their last five internationals played a neutral venue, so will Chile have a chance. Chile are a good, brave side, with plenty to offer going forward, but are defensively vulnerable as we saw in their 3-1 win over Australia. Barcelona’s Alexis Sanchez is their star man and he has been involved in seven of Chile’s last eight international goals (six assists, one goal). Sanchez is 5/2 in the anytime goalscorer market. The Chileans have lost their two previous World Cup games against the defending champions, both occasions going up against Brazil. They will get their chances in this one.

Spain v Chile Betting Odds

Spain 4/6, Draw 3/1, Chile 4/1

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Spain v Chile Predictions

Will Chile face a Spanish backlash. It is probably not worth deserting the Spaniards just yet, although this is going to be a massive test of their resolve. The winless streak against the Spaniards doesn’t suggest that they will solve the Spanish conundrum and would lean towards the Spaniards doing something to rectify their situation.


16th June 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: World Cup 2014 Betting

Arjen Robben (Holland)

Spain v Holland World Cup 2014, 13th June Betting Preview
This is the headline act on Friday as the two European nations clash in Group B. Someone has to hit the ground running here as defeat could be costly. The runner up in Group B is likely to face Brazil in the first knockout stage, so this isn’t a match either of these are going to want to lose.

Spain v Holland Betting Odds

Spain 5/6, Draw 9/4, Holland 4/1

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Spain v Holland Betting Tips:

This is a repeat of the final match of South Africa 2010 of course, when Andres Iniesta popped up for Spain to give them their first ever World Cup title. The Red Fury have been trading as one of the four strongest nations heading to Brazil 2014, but can they mount a serious title defence? Despite thoughts of them being an aging side, they are not. Most of their squad is still under thirty years old and they have a lot to offer. Their tika-taka football is going to wear down most opposition, and their superb tactics of pressing opposition high up the pitch is going to force sides into mistake. Having strung together a nice bit of winning form ahead of Brazil 2014, La Roja are being backed as odds on favourites to win this all European clash.

This one is at the Arena Fonte Nova and the natural style of the Spanish should see them get close to posting a win to nil at 8/5 for this one. Vicente del Bosque’s men have kept clean sheets in their last three matches, and four in their last six. They head to Brazil with wins over Italy, Bolivia and El Salvador. This could be a crunch match for them in Group B and a good test for them as they going looking for their fourth major title on the bounce. Diego costa is running at 5/4 favourite in the any time goalscorer market, with David Villa, Fernando Torres, Pedro and Cesc Fabregas at the 2/1 mark. Plenty of options there, and a lot of eyes will be on Costa to see how he copes with his first taste of competitive international football.

It will be in Holland’s best interest to keep tight and that could force the game under 2.5 goals for a price of 8/15. Louis van Gaal’s men posted some strange results in their build up, with draws against Colombia and Ecuador and a loss against France. They did respond in grinding out clean sheet wins over Ghana and Wales ahead of the World Cup, but they are lacking a cutting edge. They just don’t seem to be clicking or able to find top gear. There is so much pressure riding on this one for them, and Robin van Persie is 2/1 in the anytime goalscorer market. They’ll need his big input, because they have gone a bit goal-shy since qualifying for Brazil 2014.

Spain v Holland Head To Head
Not as much history between these as you would think. There have only been the nine previous matches, with honours even at four each. Their last match was back at the 2010 World Cup of course. Prior to that, Holland had won the two previous match (both friendlies) which just goes to show that Spain deliver when it counts.

Spain v Holland Predictions

Would get behind Spain to break down the Dutch and post a narrow win on the board and definitely keep under 2.5 goals. Just because Spain keep the ball so much, their defensive record is great and hard to see Holland getting expansive. Plenty enough value in just backing Spain outright here too for the win.

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Form (all competitions)
Spain WWLWWW, Holland DDLDWW

 


10th June 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: World Cup 2014 Betting

Maracana (Brazil)

Along with popular World Cup prediction markets such as Name The Finalists, there is also some interesting wagers to weigh up in the to reach the World Cup final betting market. There are different ways to look at who is going to make it to the showcase final match on July 13th in Rio at the famous Maracana. The Name the Finalist market is the most popular of these and taking a look in there at the ante post prices, the shortest price option is a big South American clash of Brazil/Argentina, an option which is trading at 9/1 with William Hill.

Other options are Brazil/Spain, Argentina/Germany and then you get into unlikely territory of Brazil/Germany. The way to look at this is the separation of the sides in the knockout stage, if the favourites in their groups all prevail. If the big four of Brazil, Germany, Argentina and Spain all win their groups, then they will separate out into Brazil and Germany in one half, with Argentina and Spain in the other. So they are the semi finals which are most likely to be on the cards, barring any upsets along the way of course.

So immediately you can see who the four favourites are to return value in the to reach the World Cup final betting market. This is the same in the outright winner market of course, where hosts Brazil are strong 3/1 favourites, followed Argentina and Germany at 5/1 and the reigning champions Spain all the way out at 7/1 to remain on top of the world. But if you want to get down to more specifics, then can you look at each of the individual 32 teams.

England for example are massive 16/1 shots to reach the final of Brazil 2014, France are at 9/1, while a lot of people’s favourite dark horse shots Belgium are trading at a price of 7/1 and Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal are 12/1 shots to make it all the way to Rio on July 13th. They are some of the better priced options that punters will be looking to, while the individual odds on the big four are Germay at 9/4, Argentina at 5/2, Spain at 7/2 and Brazil at 6/4.

Pretty much there is some great value in backing any of the big guns in the to reach the World Cup final betting market.

 

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If you are a little unsure of just who would win out in the projected Brazil v Germany and Spain v Argentina semi final matches in World Cup 2014 betting, then you could take a dip into the to reach the semi final betting market. There Brazil and Argentina are heavy 5/6 favourites, with Germany at Even money and Spain at 11/8. This is where a dark horse shot may come in more, with France at 4/1 and the Netherlands, who could be the ones to disrupt Spain in the group stage, are at 9/2. Italy are 4/1 shots to make it to the final four, while England are 5/1 shots.

So naturally the best value is going to be found on the big guns in the field, the Brazil’s and Argentina’s of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Beyond that you are looking at the dark horse shots, those tempting propositions which you can sort of plot a route to the final for, but those who would also be punching above their weight a bit if they made it just to the final four. Fascinating options all around, but it is a World Cup 2014 betting market which offers a lot of positive value, even on the outright favourites.


24th April 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: World Cup 2014 Betting










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