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Gambling in Sports with Group C

Gambling in sports excitement is overwhelming as anticipation is at an all time high for the FIFA World Cup with sports book gambling action set to start June 11.
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Gambling in sports handicappers are quite interested in Group C of the FIFA World Cup as there are plenty of solid sports book gambling possibilities to consider.

The top two choices with the World Cup betting odds for Group C are England and the United States. Algeria and Slovenia are also in Group C and could bring value to the board as teams that are not considered top shelf contenders but still offer ability any time that they take the pitch.

England of course is the traditional gambling in sports favorite to win Group C. The English team is always considered a top contender any time they enter the international stage but they have had a long drought without a title as they last won the FIFA World Cup all the way back in 1966.

England finished the 2006 FIFA World Cup in the quarterfinals. They have yet to advance beyond the quarterfinals since that 1966 title.

The United States has high hopes with the World Cup betting odds this year as many observers believe that they are long overdue for sports book gambling success in the FIFA World Cup.

The United States totally bombed out in 2006 as they were bounced in Round 1 despite high expectations. Many handicappers also believe that the United States is lucky to be in this group as it is considered winnable.

Algeria returns to the board with the World Cup betting line for the first time in 24 years but is optimistic as they played well in qualifying for the event.

Slovenia is another gambling in sports commodity that may not have a lot of experience for the World Cup but is also feeling good about how they played in earning a spot.

England and the United States will open World Cup gambling with a much anticipated match on Saturday that will go a long way in determining control of Group C. The United States scored one of the biggest upsets in the history of soccer when they beat England 1-0 in 1950.

The result was so stunning that an English newspaper couldn’t believe it and thought it was wrong and printed that England won 10-1!