The Spain vs Netherlands World Cup Final is expected to be one heck of a match and it’s always good to take a look back at how both teams have played so far in the 2010 tournament before making betting predictions. Our actual 2010 World Cup Final predictions will be up roughly two hours before the 2:30 PM ET start time but it’s never too early to point out certain things from previous contests to get the ball rolling in the right direction.
The Spain vs Holland odds have the Spanish squad as the +110 betting favorite with the Netherlands coming in at +240, the draw at +225, and the “Under 2.5 Goals” a strong -208 favorite. We are definitely leaning a certain way with our World Cup Final betting predictions but you’ll have to wait for tomorrow to get a peak while you settle for some thoughts about how each team has played so far in the tournament.
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Spain’s 2010 World Cup Schedule:
0-1 loss to Switzerland – Spain dominated this game but their offense didn’t convert multiple chances
2-0 win vs Honduras – Spain against had plenty of corners and dominated possession
2-1 win vs Chile – The Spanish offense controlled the ball and didn’t allow Chile many chances
1-0 win vs Portugal – Shut down defense, ball control, and lots of off-target shots from Spain
1-0 win vs Paraguay – Almost exactly like the Portugal match but with more Spanish corners
1-0 win vs Germany – Smothering defense didn’t allow Germany to do anything
Netherlands’ 2010 World Cup Schedule:
2-0 win vs Denmark – Holland controlled and limited Denmark’s chances at scoring
1-0 win vs Japan – Netherlands rarely gave the ball up but rarely generated chances
2-1 win vs Cameroon – Holland’s defense was poor but they got scoring chances in an open game
2-1 win vs Slovakia – This one could have gone either way and the Netherlands showed defensive errors
2-1 win vs Brazil – Brazil had more scoring chances but Holland did more with less
3-2 win vs Uruguay – Both teams showed weaknesses but the Netherlands again finds ways to score.