2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Quarterfinals
Germany vs France
Olympic Stadium – Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Friday, June 26, 2015, 4:00 pm Eastern, TV: Fox
Spread: France + 1/2 (-119) / Germany +1/2 (+104)
Money Line: France +301 / Germany +102 / Draw +251
Odds to Advance: Germany -200 / France +170
Total: over 2 -134 / under 2 +119
All odds courtesy of 5Dimes Sportsbook

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2014 World Cup Quarterfinals
France vs Germany

Estadio Jornalista Mário Filho (Maracanã) – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Friday, July 4, 2014, 12:00 pm Eastern, TV: ESPN2, Univision
Money Line: Germany +150 / France +215 / Draw +205
Point Line: Germany -0.5 +150 / France +0.5 -175
Total: under 2.5 -142 / over 2.5 +122
Odds to advance to semifinals: Germany -145 / France +125
All odds courtesy of Bookmaker

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2014 FIFA World Cup – Round of 16
France vs Nigeria

Estádio Nacional de Brasília – Brasília, Brazil
Monday, June 30, 2014, 12:00 pm Eastern, TV: ESPN, Univision
Money Line: Nigeria +675 / France -220 / Draw +340
Point Line: France -1 -135 / Nigeria +1 +115
Total: over 3 -110 / under 3 -110
Odds to advance to quarterfinals: France -500 / Nigeria +400
All odds courtesy of Bookmaker

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2012 UEFA European Soccer Championship Quarterfinals
France vs Spain
Donbass Arena – Donetsk, Ukraine
Saturday, June 23, 2012, 2:45 pm Eastern, TV: ESPN2
All odds courtesy of Bookmaker
Point Spread: Spain -1/2 -138 / France +1/2 +118
Total: 2 over -125 / 2 under +105
Three Way Line: Spain -140 / France +400 / Draw +250
Odds to Advance
: Spain -250 / France +200
Point Spread, Total, and Three Way include regulation and stoppage time only. Advance includes extra time and/ or shootout.

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2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup Semifinals
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Semifinal #1: United States Vs. France
12:00 pm Eastern TV: ESPN
Borussia Park Stadium, Monchengladbach, Germany
Odds to win match: (courtesy of Bodog) USA -250 / France +180
Total: under 2 1/2 -130 / over 2 1/2 Even
Three Way Line: France +300 / USA -120 / Draw +240 (regulation and stoppage time only, does not include overtime or penalty kicks)
Semifinal #2: Sweden Vs Japan
2:45 pm Eastern, TV: ESPN
FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadium, Frankfurt, Germany
Odds to win match: Sweden -155 / Japan +120
Total: under 2 1/2 -130 / over 2 1/2 +110
Three Way Line: Japan +215 / Sweden +125 / Draw +215

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Spain is the heavy favorite to come out of group D
Here is a breakdown of the teams that have any chance at all of winning the 2010 FIBA World Championship. Rather than attempt to pick the actual team that will win this, I will highlight some of the best odds for placing what could be long shot bets, but could turn out to be the most profitable. Again, I am not suggesting the teams I pick to be good bets to be the best bet to actually win it, but rather the best payout with respect to the odds AND chance of winning.

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Tuesday marks the first day of the final leg in the World Cup Group stage. To avoid unfair advantages, the two remaining matches in each group will kick-off at the same time.

This means a decision will be reached in Groups A and B Tuesday. Mexico, Uruguay, France, and Argentina are the big names in competition.

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Switzerland shocked the soccer world and beat Spain 1-0 with a great defensive effort Wednes-day. The Spaniards seemed to try to play a little too cute, always going for the extra pass instead of looking for the shot. They had racked up 337 passes at halftime in a tournament were the pass total per game sat at 317. The Spanish finished with a total of 574

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The World Cup starts tomorrow with the matchup between host South Africa and Mexico. The match will be played at newly built Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg. Kick-off is at 10am Eastern Time.

History points at an upset victory by the South Africans here. Host-teams traditionally fares well if they are scheduled to play in the tournament opener. This situation has come up seven times, and the host-team has never lost in the first match of the World Cup.

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