Spain Netherlands Odds & Betting Tips
Spain and Netherlands rekindle their love
for each other as they repeat their 2010 finals and open their tournaments of the 2014 World Cup
. The Group B match happens on June 13th, 2014 at 16:00 local time at Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador, Brazil.
Group B features Chile and Australia as well and it is expected that Chile will be the difficult team for Spain and Netherlands so if these 2 teams are expecting to win, they will need at least a draw over Chile and are expecting to beat Australia. The 2010 finals featured around 48 fouls and the game was considered one of the worst in terms of sportsmanship, or rather the lack-there-of. You can expect a few yellow cards in this game and probably more goals scored compared to the finals match which was tight but did feature enough scoring chances.
Spain vs Netherlands Odds at Bet365
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which is one of the best sportsbooks around.
- Spain win 4/5
- Draw 12/5
- Netherlands win 19/4
- Over 2.5 goals 7/5
- Under 2.5 goals 8/15
- Van Persie to score 10/3
- Arjen Robben to score 5/1
- Diego Costa to score 7/4
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More tips to come soon. Spain are strong and they are great odds but Netherlands will be wanting to avenge their finals lost. At 19/4 odds this is almost a good enough return to call. Also it is tough to bet on which player will score for Spain considering they have so many strikers and we don't know if Diego Costa will start the first game as well as he is recovering from an injury.
Overall this is just a tough match to call. Spain are the favourites to win and perhaps the odds might be good to call a Netherlands victory and the Dutch are one of a few teams that can beat the best in the world.
So at least who will win the game? Roxy our World Cup Predicting Dog is picking a draw between Spain and Netherlands.