Brazil versus Spain Confederations Cup Finals Soccer Betting Odds Preview

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We have reached the finals of the Confederations Cup and we have a monster matchup as the defending World Cup 2010 and European Champions Spain will battle the host country Brazil. The Spaniards and Brazilians will get things started from Brazil on Sunday June 30th at 6PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by ESPN.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the defending World Cup champion Spain favored by +138 odds with Brazil returning +168 odds for a win. The draw is lined at +215 odds.

Eight teams competed in the 2013 Confederations Cup and were placed in two groups. The Confederation Cup is contested at the host site of World Cup one year prior to the start of the tournament. It allows FIFA to test the hosts ability to stage one of the biggest spectacles in all of sports and to correct issues that hopefully won’t impact the World Cup. Both Spain and Brazil went undefeated in group play and advanced into the knockout stages which were the semifinals in this tournament.

Brazil began play in the confederations cup with group victories against Japan, Mexico and Italy. The team faced Uruguay in the semifinals and advanced into the finals with a 2-1 victory on Wednesday. In the 2010 World Cup the Brazilians made it as far as the quarterfinals where they were defeated 2-1 by the Netherlands. They posted World Cup 2010 wins against North Korea, Ivory Coast, Chile and drew 0-0 to Portugal.

Spain opened up play in the Confederations Cup with Group wins against Uruguay, Tahiti and Spain. They played to a 0-0 tie to Italy and advanced into the finals as they win the penalty kicks round. Spain has allowed just one goal total in the Confederations Cup. In the 2010 World Cup the Spaniards allowed a total of two goals in the entire tournament. During the knockout stages Spain did not allow a single goal in all four games. They engineered shut outs against Portugal in the Round of 16, Paraguay in the quarterfinals, Germany in the semifinals and the Netherlands in the Finals.

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