World Cup Day 4 Betting Preview

By on June 14, 2010

By Joshua Poole.

Holland v Denmark

Under 2.5 goals SKYBET 4/5 Only one game has provided more than 2 goals so far. This game is an early kick off and from what I have seen the day time games have been slow paced and have lacked attacking flair. In addition players seem to be struggling with the newly designed ball in both shooting and the build-up play.  Robben will not play diminishing the Holland offensive somewhat and with the return of Sorensen in goal, Denmark will be boosted to have their number one shot-stopper back. In the last 6 encounters between these two there has been 5 draws so I do not expect Holland to run away with the game and for Denmark to look to play a tight and organised game to stifle the Dutch attack.

Corner Handicap Denmark + 4 4/5 SKYBET – This market has proved extremely successful so far. The dominate team, in this case Holland, do not necessarily win more corners as Germany v Australia exemplified and with a 4 corner head-start for Denmark there is great value in this bet.

Japan v Cameroon

Cameroon to Win 11/10 BET365 – Japan have been in awful form in the build-up to the World Cup. They lost to Serbia, South Korea, England, Ivory Coast and only managed a goalless draw with Zimbabwe. Cameroon on the other hand can expect great support and with Samuel Eto’o spearing heading their attack they will always be a danger. I really believe Cameroon have the ability to decide their own fate in this game and if they play with the same confidence and flair the other African teams have shown thus far they should come away with the victory.

Italy v Paraguay

Over 9 Corners 8/11 BET365I find this game too hard to call to back a winner. However, night time games such as this have so far been of a high tempo which inevitably leads to a higher corner count. The two previous night time games have had 11 or more corners so we can hope to gain at least 10 in this one. Both teams are well capable of attacking effectively and I expect a reasonably open game. Bet365 are offering decent odds in this market so I am feeling confident about this one.

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