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Football

27 August 2010

Premier League and Euro 2012 the highlights of football betting odds

It is a three-horse race for the Premier League title, while Spain lead the Euro 2012 betting

Premier League and Euro 2012 the highlights of football betting odds

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Although the English domestic season is well underway, there is no shortage of football betting odds opportunities on offer.

The Premier League has wasted little time in panning out the way that many people would have expected, with Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea all being the leading challengers in the title picture.

Meanwhile, all three teams have players that are likely to make a big impact throughout the whole season.

Manchester United have seen Nani start to show his potential, while Wayne Rooney looks well on track to win the Premier League Golden Boot for the first time.

Both Manchester City and Chelsea will be delighted with the way that some of their new signings have bedded in to English football, with Sergio Aguero and Juan Manuel Mata respectively showing signs that they will prove astute signings.

The same three clubs will also expect to reach the latter stages of the Champions League, with Chelsea still waiting for their first ever trophy in the competition.

However, with Manchester United reaching three of the last four finals in the competition, they may prove a safer selection in the Champions League odds.

Other popular football betting odds markets include which teams will not only qualify, but potentially win Euro 2012.

Having triumphed at Euro 2008 and the 2010 World Cup, it is unsurprising that Spain are the favourites in the Euro 2012 odds at 3/1.

Holland have been rivalling Spain for top spot in the football world rankings and certainly make easy work of qualifying for major tournaments.

They are 6/1 to win Euro 2012, with Germany separating the pair at 4/1.

Patriotic punters hoping England can win a first major tournament since 1966 can back them at 8/1.

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