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World Cup offer! Holland’s hotshots enhanced to reach final

| 16.06.2014

Having doled out a pasting to savour against World Cup holders Spain, Holland have entered many people’s reckoning to go a long way in the tournament, if not all the way.

If you are one such Oranje enthusiast, don’t whatever you do, miss out on Ladbrokes’ latest piece of World Cup generosity.

The bookies are boosting Louis van Gaal’s mob from 7/2 to 7/1 to reach the tournament’s Rio showpiece, but only for a limited period.

When the Dutch take on Australia in their next Group B fixture, this price boost will come into action, but only until the first goal of the contest hits the net (or activates the state of the art goal-line technology).

For full terms and conditions on the offer, click here.

If Australia’s tournament seal-breaker against Chile is anything to go by, savvy punters should be poised with fingers on the buzzers in the early exchangers to cash in.

The Socceroos gave themselves a near-vertical incline to scale after letting the South Americans bag the opener on 12 minutes, before swiftly adding the second two minutes later.

Ladbrokes clearly see the result as somewhat of a procession, labelling Spain’s conquerors as 2/9 favourites with the Aussies a whopping 14/1 chance and the draw at 11/2.

If as is expected the Dutch dispatch Australia, then their odds to win the group – already at 1/4 – will only shrivel further.

It’s almost impossible to see Chile matching that result against the Spanish, meaning a point against La Roja in the last game will see Holland over the line as Group B champs.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.