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Sports Gambling - England Finds New Confidence

Sports gambling excitement and expectations are reaching a fever pitch for England and their prospects in the FIFA World Cup which begins June 11.

Sports gambling anticipation is at an all time high as the English have found a renewed confidence heading into this premier online sports gambling event after bitter disappointments.

The English enter World Cup betting not as a top shelf favorite such as Brazil or Spain but as a team that is considered by everyone as a legitimate contender.  Most soccer experts and handicappers consider England to be a potentially better value than the two aforementioned favorites and as a team that could be in the Final playing for it all.

A big reason for the new sports gambling optimism and confidence with England is because of manager Fabio Capello, who replaced the disgraced Steve McClaren after England failed to qualify for the European Championships in 2008.

England, known as the “Three Lions” has regained their excellence under Capello, who was the former leader of Real Madrid, one of the elite teams in all of Europe and one that has been synonymous with success.

England mid fielder Frank Lampard is one of the key assets with the World Cup odds and has stated that they Three Lions are ready with a new mindset after their World Cup preparations and qualifying.

England is coming off a big 3-1 win over a highly respected Mexico team recently which has fueled the hopes for this passionate soccer playing country.

“We are going into this World Cup with a very good mindset, especially when you compare where we are to where we were,” said Lampard.  “There was a time when we played for England when we didn’t believe we could beat anybody, almost.  Now there is a real belief when we run out on the pitch.”

Lampard credits Capello with making England a more team oriented ports gambling commodity.

England will be in what looks like one of the most wide open groups to make a World Cup football bet with.  Group C includes England, the United States, Slovenia, and Algeria.