Gambling in sports handicappers looking for an outstanding challenge that could be loaded with potential value should consider Group E in their sports book gambling research.
Group E looks to be one of the most competitive and even with the World Cup betting odds. Group E is comprised of the Netherlands, Denmark, Japan, and Cameroon to make for what most experts agree is the tightest foursome of the FIFA World Cup.
The Netherlands will open with Cameroon as a slight gambling in sports favorite to win Group E. Coach Bert van Marwijk’s team went 8 for 8 in the Group 9 European Zone as he is yet to drop a single point in a competitive match. The Netherlands scored a round of 16 appearances in the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
Their best ever finish was in the final in back to back FIFA World Cups of 1974 and 1978. They have recent wins this year over the United States, Mexico, Ghana, and Hungary on June 5 by a score of 6-1.
Cameroon has been the winningest team from the continent of Africa and was a strong qualifying team. They last saw World Cup action in 2002 and their best performance with the World Cup betting odds was in 1990 when they made the quarter finals.
Denmark returns to the FIFA World Cup sports book gambling board after missing out in 2006. They did make the round of 16 in 2002 and the quarterfinals in 1998 so there has been at least some record of success with the World Cup betting line to draw from.
Morten Olsen is one of the most respected coaches among those gambling in sports with the FIFA World Cup.
Takeshi Okada is back at the helm of Japan and their World Cup gambling prospects for 2010 as the Samurai Blue have won the last five editions of the AFC Asian Cup. They were eliminated in the Group Stage of the 2006 FIFA World Cup and boast a new generation of players that will add energy to their efforts.