Euro Cup Soccer Betting Preview

November 30, 2010 Football Soccer

One team has already booked a spot in the soccer betting finals at the 2008 Euro Cup.

The other spot remains open with Russia and Spain set to battle in the soccer betting semi-finals to see which team will face the Germans in what will be the biggest soccer bet of the year. Regardless of who wins the Russia-Spain semi final match, one thing is certain: the potential for a terrific soccer betting final is very high.

The Germans have clinched with some very strong play in the knockout stages of the soccer betting and have only gotten stronger game after game. After a slow start this team has started to fire on all cylinders and has impressed much of the soccer betting audience. With tough wins over Portugal and most recently Turkey, this team has silenced its soccer betting doubters and made it a hot ticket to place a soccer bet on.

On the other side of the bracket Spain has glided to the soccer betting semi-finals and proved its toughness with a gutty win over the world champion Italians -one of the pre tournament soccer betting favorites. Russia, the other team vying for soccer betting birth in the finals is the odd man out in this group. Most soccer betting fans had written the team off even before the tournament started. But some fantastic strategy by Coach Gus Hidink and stellar play in the soccer betting competition from its young forwards has put Russia just a game away from being in finals soccer bet.

So which team will win soccer betting’s ultimate match? Spain.

This looks to finally be Spain’s year; God knows they’ve suffered enough in the soccer betting world. It used to a take a brave soul to pick Spain in a soccer bet at the Euro Cup, and that could still prove to be true. But Spain is no doubt the most talented of the three remaining teams in the soccer betting. And if they can get by the crafty coaching of Hidink they can beat the Germans in a head to head battle. Soccer betting fans should place their schillings on Spain and get ready celebrate the country’s first major trophy in half a century.

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