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Spain v Portugal

This sports betting tip was written by Sandy on June 29th, 2010 at 16:36

under 2.5 goals.

obviously spain are one of the teams to watch at this world cup. favs before it kicked off, euro champions, and a side with so many top class stars playing for the best domestic sides and one or two abroad. on paper it is possibly the strongest side at this world cup but as we all know they have a terrible record at world cup so will be highly motivated to win this one.

they did lose to the swiss on day 1 but were never going to lose the other 2 matches in the group and deserved to go make it through.

portugal smashed 7 past a very poor korea side but then they didnt manage to score in the other 2 games. i dont believe they have enough quality to go that far but i suppose in ronaldo they have a world class star and they are one of those sides that are very tough to break down.

this wont be a great game of football, im expecting dull and boring with plenty of fouls and a busy night for the referee. at this point in the tourney attacking football is pretty much forgot about as sides dream of making the quarters or even the final and are scared of making mistakes.

tight game, may even go all the way to pens, so go for under.

under2.5 goals with bet 365 at 1.58

Pick : under 2.5 goals

Odds : 1.62 @ Boylesports - {click here to get a €200/£200 BONUS}

Stake: 5/10


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