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Dutch victory could spark huge profits from Fantastic Fourfolds

| 02.07.2010

Whether you’re counting on the favourites to deliver, or hoping that the underdogs can spring a surprise, there is potential for seriously big gains with Fantastic Fourfolds.

A clean sweep of wins for the favourites of each quarter-final tie – Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Spain – is priced at 11/1.

Brazil are 5/6 favourites to beat Holland, while Argentina are 6/5 to reach the semi-finals at Germany’s expense.

Both these ties will be closely fought, however, and wins for Holland and Germany could reap big rewards if you choose to back another of the Fantastic Fourfolds.

Should Holland beat Brazil, they could pave the way for a very temptingly priced fourfold of wins for Holland, Uruguay, Germany and Spain, which is priced at 50/1.

With Holland’s quarter-final against Brazil expected to be a tight, tactical affair, the Oranje will be quietly confident of causing an upset.

They are 7/2 to beat their South American opponents inside 90 minutes, while Germany are 12/5 to overcome Argentina.

Ghana should not be discounted as mere fodder for Uruguay’s semi-final progress. The Black Stars are 16/5 to win in normal time, and they will be inspired by the chance to become the first African side to qualify for the last four of a World Cup.

Another South American side in the quarter-final draw, Paraguay, are 7/1 rank outsiders to beat Spain. Their habit of frustrating opponents (they have drawn three of their four World Cup matches) could, however, be a sticking point for Spain.

If you’re feeling bold, you can back four surprises – wins for Holland, Ghana, Germany and Paraguay – at 525/1.

Could Spain possibly miss out on the semi-finals? Brazil, Ghana, Argentina and Paraguay are 150/1 to all win their quarter-final ties. See the full Fantastic Fourfolds market.

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.