Masters Odds & Betting

AUSTRALIA - A LEAGUE (1 Open Events)

AUSTRALIA - A LEAGUE - Apr 26

01:30:00
- CENTRAL COAST MARINERS +½+110 o2½+120 +415
- WESTERN SYDNEY -½-140 u2½-150 -140
Draw - - +250

BELGIUM - JUPILER LEAGUE (1 Open Events)

BELGIUM - JUPILER LEAGUE - Apr 25

11:30:00
- KRC GENK +½EV o2½-120 +350
- SV ZULTE WAREGEM -½-130 u2½-110 -130
Draw - - +265

BRAZIL - COPA DO BRASIL (1 Open Events)

BRAZIL - COPA DO BRASIL - Apr 24

15:30:00
- J. MALUCELLI PR - o2½-165 +850
- VITORIA BA - u2½+135 -330
Draw - - +335

UEFA - CHAMPIONS LEAGUE (1 Open Events)

UEFA - CHAMPIONS LEAGUE - Apr 30

ADVANCE TO FINAL

11:45:00
- CHELSEA FC - ADV TO FINAL PK-115 - -
- ATL MADRID - ADV TO FINAL PK-105 - -
Draw - -

COPA LIBERTADORES (2 Open Events)

COPA LIBERTADORES - Apr 24

17:15:00
- UNION ESPANOLA +½+110 o2-135 +415
- ARSENAL DE SARANDI -½-130 u2+115 -130
Draw - - +245

COPA LIBERTADORES First Half Lines - Apr 24

17:15:00
- 1H UNION ESPANOLA +½-175 o1+125 +320
- 1H ARSENAL DE SARANDI -½+150 u1-145 +150
Draw - - +125

CZECH REP - GAMBRINUS LIGA (1 Open Events)

CZECH REP - GAMBRINUS LIGA - Apr 25

11:15:00
- FK TEPLICE +1-105 o2½-135 +625
- FC VIKTORIA PLZEN -1-125 u2½+105 -225
Draw - - +300

CROATIA - HNL LEAGUE 1 (1 Open Events)

CROATIA - HNL LEAGUE 1 - Apr 25

09:00:00
- NK OSIJEK PK-115 o2½-115 +155
- NK ISTRA 1961 PK-115 u2½-115 +155
Draw - - +215

DENMARK - SAS LIGAEN (1 Open Events)

DENMARK - SAS LIGAEN - Apr 25

09:30:00
- SONDERJYSKE +½-115 o2½-108 +300
- RANDERS FC -½-105 u2½-112 -105
Draw - - +250

DENMARK - 1ST DIVISION (1 Open Events)

DENMARK - 1ST DIVISION - Apr 25

09:30:00
- LYNGBY BK -½EV o2½-125 EV
- HVIDOVRE IF +½-130 u2½-105 +245
Draw - - +245

ENGLAND - PREMIER LEAGUE (17 Open Events)

ENGLAND - PREMIER LEAGUE - Apr 26

04:45:00
- EVERTON FC PK-130 o2½-130 +145
- SOUTHAMPTON FC PK+110 u2½+110 +185
Draw - - +250
07:00:00
- HULL CITY PK+140 o2½+110 +245
- FULHAM FC PK-165 u2½-130 +120
Draw - - +235
07:00:00
- TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR PK-145 o2½-105 +130
- STOKE CITY PK+125 u2½-115 +210
Draw - - +250
07:00:00
- ASTON VILLA +½+135 o2½+105 +500
- SWANSEA CITY -½-160 u2½-125 -160
Draw - - +280
07:00:00
- WEST HAM UTD +½-105 o2½-140 +320
- WEST BROMWICH ALBION -½-115 u2½+120 -115
Draw - - +275
09:30:00
- NORWICH CITY +1½-130 o3EV +825
- MANCHESTER UTD -1½+110 u3-120 -275
Draw - - +400

ENGLAND - PREMIER LEAGUE First Half Lines - Apr 26

07:00:00
- 1H HULL CITY PK+125 o1+105 +290
- 1H FULHAM FC PK-145 u1-125 +195
Draw - - +115
07:00:00
- 1H TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR PK-140 o1-105 +200
- 1H STOKE CITY PK+120 u1-115 +285
Draw - - +110
07:00:00
- 1H ASTON VILLA +½-165 o1-105 +370
- 1H SWANSEA CITY -½+140 u1-115 +140
Draw - - +125
07:00:00
- 1H WEST HAM UTD PK+170 o1-135 +345
- 1H WEST BROMWICH ALBION PK-200 u1+115 +165
Draw - - +115
09:30:00
- 1H NORWICH CITY +½+105 o1-170 +650
- 1H MANCHESTER UTD -½-125 u1+145 -125
Draw - - +160

ENGLAND - PREMIER LEAGUE - Apr 27

04:00:00
- CARDIFF CITY +½-110 o2½-115 +320
- SUNDERLAND AFC -½-110 u2½-105 -110
Draw - - +260
08:15:00
- MANCHESTER CITY -1-140 o3EV -235
- CRYSTAL PALACE +1+120 u3-120 +660
Draw - - +385

ENGLAND - PREMIER LEAGUE First Half Lines - Apr 27

04:00:00
- 1H CARDIFF CITY PK+165 o1-115 +350
- 1H SUNDERLAND AFC PK-195 u1-105 +170
Draw - - +110
08:15:00
- 1H MANCHESTER CITY -½-110 o1-165 -110
- 1H CRYSTAL PALACE +½-110 u1+140 +550
Draw - - +150

ENGLAND - PREMIER LEAGUE - Apr 28

12:00:00
- NEWCASTLE UTD +1½EV o3-120 -
- ARSENAL FC -1½-120 u3EV -
Draw - -

ENGLAND - PREMIER LEAGUE First Half Lines - Apr 28

12:00:00
- 1H NEWCASTLE UTD +½+110 o1½+130 +600
- 1H ARSENAL FC -½-130 u1½-150 -130
Draw - - +180

ENGLAND - CHAMPIONSHIP (12 Open Events)

ENGLAND - CHAMPIONSHIP - Apr 25

11:45:00
- YEOVIL TOWN +1½-135 o2½-130 +685
- BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION -1½+105 u2½EV -260
Draw - - +400

ENGLAND - CHAMPIONSHIP - Apr 26

07:00:00
- NOTTINGHAM FOREST PK+135 o2½-135 +235
- AFC BOURNEMOUTH PK-165 u2½+105 +120
Draw - - +230
07:00:00
- LEEDS UTD PK+160 o2½-130 +245
- BIRMINGHAM CITY PK-190 u2½EV +110
Draw - - +230
04:15:00
- IPSWICH TOWN PK+130 o2½-105 +225
- BURNLEY FC PK-160 u2½-125 +125
Draw - - +225
07:00:00
- BLACKBURN ROVERS PK-130 o2½-123 +145
- CHARLTON ATHLETIC PKEV u2½-107 +195
Draw - - +230
07:00:00
- WATFORD FC +½-125 o3+105 +285
- DERBY COUNTY -½-105 u3-135 EV
Draw - - +245
07:00:00
- READING FC PK-165 o2½-120 +120
- DONCASTER ROVERS PK+135 u2½-110 +220
Draw - - +245
07:00:00
- LEICESTER CITY PK-180 o3EV +110
- HUDDERSFIELD TOWN PK+150 u3-130 +260
Draw - - +235
07:00:00
- BARNSLEY FC +½-135 o2½-125 +270
- MIDDLESBROUGH FC -½+105 u2½-105 +105
Draw - - +240
07:00:00
- MILLWALL FC +½-119 o2½-125 +315
- QUEENS PARK RANGERS -½-111 u2½-105 -111
Draw - - +253
07:00:00
- BOLTON WANDERERS PK+120 o2½-125 +220
- SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY PK-150 u2½-105 +125
Draw - - +240
07:00:00
- BLACKPOOL FC +1+105 o2½-130 +685
- WIGAN ATHLETIC -1-135 u2½EV -225
Draw - - +335

ENGLAND - LEAGUE 1 (12 Open Events)

ENGLAND - LEAGUE 1 - Apr 25

12:00:00
- SHEFFIELD UNITED PK-145 o2½-105 +125
- PORT VALE PK+115 u2½-125 +220
Draw - - +215

ENGLAND - LEAGUE 1 - Apr 26

07:00:00
- CRAWLEY TOWN PK+110 o2½-110 +205
- BRADFORD CITY PK-140 u2½-120 +130
Draw - - +240
07:00:00
- CREWE ALEXANDRA +½-135 o2½-140 +260
- BRISTOL CITY -½+105 u2½+110 +105
Draw - - +250
07:00:00
- OLDHAM ATHLETIC PK-110 o2½-105 +175
- CARLISLE UNITED PK-120 u2½-125 +160
Draw - - +230
07:00:00
- BRENTFORD FC -½+105 o2½-116 +105
- COLCHESTER UNITED +½-135 u2½-114 +265
Draw - - +245
07:00:00
- WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS -½-120 o2½-132 -120
- COVENTRY CITY +½-110 u2½+102 +330
Draw - - +265
07:00:00
- TRANMERE ROVERS +½-105 o2½-120 +350
- LEYTON ORIENT -½-125 u2½-110 -125
Draw - - +260
07:00:00
- SWINDON TOWN PKEV o2½-118 +190
- NOTTS COUNTY PK-130 u2½-112 +140
Draw - - +240
07:00:00
- GILLINGHAM FC +1EV o2½-135 +620
- PRESTON NORTH END -1-130 u2½+105 -205
Draw - - +315
07:00:00
- MILTON KEYNES DONS +½-110 o2½-135 +330
- ROTHERHAM UNITED -½-120 u2½+105 -120
Draw - - +265
07:00:00
- PETERBOROUGH UTD -½-125 o2½-125 -125
- SHREWSBURY TOWN +½-105 u2½-105 +340
Draw - - +265
07:00:00
- WALSALL FC PK-140 o2½-105 +140
- STEVENAGE FC PK+110 u2½-125 +195
Draw - - +230

ENGLAND - LEAGUE 2 (12 Open Events)

ENGLAND - LEAGUE 2 - Apr 26

07:00:00
- MORECAMBE FC PK+140 o2½+105 +230
- AFC WIMBLEDON PK-170 u2½-135 +120
Draw - - +230
07:00:00
- PORTSMOUTH FC PK+155 o2½EV +270
- BURY FC PK-200 u2½-130 +105
Draw - - +230
07:00:00
- NORTHAMPTON TOWN PK-130 o2½+115 +155
- DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE PKEV u2½-145 +190
Draw - - +210
07:00:00
- SCUNTHORPE UNITED PK-180 o2½+110 +120
- EXETER CITY PK+150 u2½-140 +240
Draw - - +220
07:00:00
- SOUTHEND UNITED PK+155 o2½EV +255
- FLEETWOOD TOWN PK-185 u2½-130 +110
Draw - - +230
07:00:00
- TORQUAY UNITED PK+115 o2½+105 +210
- MANSFIELD TOWN PK-145 u2½-135 +135
Draw - - +220
07:00:00
- ACCRINGTON STANLEY +½-135 o2½+120 +295
- OXFORD UTD -½+105 u2½-150 +105
Draw - - +215
07:00:00
- HARTLEPOOL UNITED PK+135 o2½+105 +230
- PLYMOUTH ARGYLE PK-165 u2½-135 +120
Draw - - +230
07:00:00
- CHELTENHAM TOWN +1-135 o2½-105 +475
- ROCHDALE AFC -1+105 u2½-125 -163
Draw - - +275
07:00:00
- BRISTOL ROVERS PK+115 o2½+115 +210
- WYCOMBE WANDERERS PK-145 u2½-145 +135
Draw - - +220
07:00:00
- NEWPORT COUNTY +½EV o2½+105 +375
- YORK CITY -½-130 u2½-135 -130
Draw - - +250

ENGLAND - LEAGUE 2 - Apr 27

07:00:00
- CHESTERFIELD FC PK-135 o2½+105 +150
- BURTON ALBION PK+105 u2½-135 +185
Draw - - +225

ENGLAND - FA CUP (2 Open Events)

ENGLAND - FA CUP - May 17

REGULATION TIME ONLY

09:00:00
- HULL CITY +1-115 o2½-110 +565
- ARSENAL FC -1-105 u2½-110 -185
Draw - - +305
09:00:00
- HULL CITY TO WIN THE FA CUP PK+285 - -
- ARSENAL TO WIN THE FA CUP PK-345 - -
Draw - -

FRANCE - LIGUE 1 (10 Open Events)

FRANCE - LIGUE 1 - Apr 25

11:30:00
- OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE PK-140 o2-120 +145
- FC NANTES PK+120 u2EV +220
Draw - - +210

FRANCE - LIGUE 1 First Half Lines - Apr 25

11:30:00
- 1H OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE PK-130 o1+135 +220
- 1H FC NANTES PK+110 u1-160 +275
Draw - - +105

FRANCE - LIGUE 1 - Apr 26

11:00:00
- VALENCIENNES FC +½-115 o2½+125 +345
- EA GUINGAMP -½-105 u2½-145 -105
Draw - - +230
11:00:00
- AS SAINT ETIENNE PK-190 o2-143 +115
- EVIAN THONON GAILLARD FC PK+162 u2+123 +275
Draw - - +225
11:00:00
- FC LORIENT +½-125 o2½-107 +285
- FC STADE RENNES -½+105 u2½-113 +105
Draw - - +240
11:00:00
- FC TOULOUSE PK+155 o2½-110 +255
- HSC MONTPELLIER PK-180 u2½-110 +115
Draw - - +241
11:00:00
- STADE DE REIMS +½-120 o2-130 +325
- OGC NICE -½EV u2+110 EV
Draw - - +227

FRANCE - LIGUE 1 - Apr 27

05:00:00
- PARIS SAINT GERMAIN -1-135 o2½-150 -220
- FC SOCHAUX +1+115 u2½+130 +650
Draw - - +350
08:00:00
- SC BASTIA +1-107 o2½-135 +600
- OLYMPIQUE LYONNAIS -1-113 u2½+115 -195
Draw - - +325
12:00:00
- FC GIRONDINS BORDEAUX +½EV o2½+125 +390
- OSC LILLE -½-120 u2½-145 -120
Draw - - +245

FRANCE - LIGUE 2 (10 Open Events)

FRANCE - LIGUE 2 - Apr 25

11:00:00
- AC ARLES AVIGNON -½EV o2-125 EV
- CA BASTIA +½-130 u2-105 +300
Draw - - +215
11:00:00
- OLYMPIQUE NIMES +½-140 o2½-105 +250
- DIJON FCO -½+110 u2½-125 +110
Draw - - +230
11:00:00
- LB CHATEAUROUX +½-110 o2½-115 +340
- FC ISTRES -½-120 u2½-115 -120
Draw - - +245
11:00:00
- AS NANCY LORRAINE PK+140 o2½-105 +240
- RC LENS PK-170 u2½-125 +115
Draw - - +225
11:00:00
- CLERMONT FOOT PK+175 o2-113 +315
- STADE BRESTOIS 29 PK-235 u2-117 EV
Draw - - +215
11:00:00
- CHAMOIS NIORT FC PK+125 o2½+105 +225
- STADE LAVALLOIS MFC PK-155 u2½-135 +135
Draw - - +215
11:00:00
- ES TROYES AC PK+125 o2½-130 +215
- TOURS FC PK-155 u2½EV +125
Draw - - +230
11:00:00
- AC LE HAVRE PK+120 o2½-115 +210
- US CRETEIL PK-150 u2½-115 +130
Draw - - +205

FRANCE - LIGUE 2 - Apr 26

05:00:00
- FC METZ PK-120 o2½+105 +155
- AJ AUXERRE PK-110 u2½-135 +175
Draw - - +220

FRANCE - LIGUE 2 - Apr 28

11:30:00
- SM CAEN PK-140 o2½+105 +140
- SCO ANGERS PK+110 u2½-135 +210
Draw - - +220

GERMANY - BUNDESLIGA (9 Open Events)

GERMANY - BUNDESLIGA - Apr 25

11:30:00
- VFB STUTTGART PK-120 o3+115 +150
- HANNOVER 96 PKEV u3-135 +180
Draw - - +250

GERMANY - BUNDESLIGA First Half Lines - Apr 25

11:30:00
- 1H VFB STUTTGART PK-115 o1-145 +235
- 1H HANNOVER 96 PK-105 u1+125 +250
Draw - - +110

GERMANY - BUNDESLIGA - Apr 26

09:30:00
- BORUSSIA DORTMUND PK-145 o3-113 +130
- BAYER 04 LEVERKUSEN PK+125 u3-107 +215
Draw - - +247
06:30:00
- 1. FC NURNBERG +1-130 o3EV +425
- FSV MAINZ 05 -1+110 u3-120 -153
Draw - - +305
06:30:00
- EINTRACHT BRAUNSCHWEIG +½-109 o2½EV +325
- HERTHA BSC BERLIN -½-111 u2½-120 -111
Draw - - +260
06:30:00
- EINTRACHT FRANKFURT +½-110 o3½-107 +280
- TSG 1899 HOFFENHEIM -½-110 u3½-113 -110
Draw - - +295
06:30:00
- SC FREIBURG +1½-135 o3½+110 +600
- VFL WOLFSBURG -1½+115 u3½-130 -225
Draw - - +385

GERMANY - BUNDESLIGA - Apr 27

06:30:00
- HAMBURGER SV +½EV o2½-120 +300
- FC AUGSBURG -½-120 u2½EV -117
Draw - - +240
08:30:00
- BORUSSIA MONCHENGLADBACH +½-120 o3EV +275
- FC SCHALKE 04 -½EV u3-120 EV
Draw - - +265

GERMANY - 2ND BUNDESLIGA (3 Open Events)

GERMANY - 2ND BUNDESLIGA - Apr 25

09:30:00
- 1. FC KOLN PK-130 o2½+110 +150
- FC INGOLSTADT 04 PKEV u2½-140 +185
Draw - - +220
09:30:00
- TSV 1860 MUNCHEN +1-115 o2½-130 +525
- SPVGG GREUTHER FURTH -1-115 u2½EV -200
Draw - - +320
09:30:00
- ARMINIA BIELEFELD +½-127 o2½EV +280
- VFL BOCHUM -½-103 u2½-130 -103
Draw - - +240

HONDURAS - PRIMERA DIVISION (2 Open Events)

HONDURAS - PRIMERA DIVISION - Apr 24

18:00:00
- CD REAL SOCIEDAD - o2½-125 +180
- CD MARATHON - u2½-105 +150
Draw - - +200
18:00:00
- CD OLIMPIA - o2½+105 +175
- CD VICTORIA - u2½-135 +145
Draw - - +210

ITALY - SERIE A (11 Open Events)

ITALY - SERIE A - Apr 25

11:45:00
- AC MILAN +½+103 o2½-130 +360
- AS ROMA -½-123 u2½+110 -123
Draw - - +265

ITALY - SERIE A First Half Lines - Apr 25

11:45:00
- 1H AC MILAN PK+182 o1-130 +365
- 1H AS ROMA PK-215 u1+110 +135
Draw - - +125

ITALY - SERIE A - Apr 26

09:00:00
- AC FIORENTINA PK-180 o2½+120 +120
- BOLOGNA FC PK+155 u2½-140 +265
Draw - - +220
11:45:00
- SSC NAPOLI PK+140 o2½-130 +240
- INTER MILANO PK-165 u2½+110 +120
Draw - - +240

ITALY - SERIE A - Apr 27

06:00:00
- SS LAZIO ROMA PK-155 o2½-140 +125
- AS LIVORNO PK+135 u2½+120 +230
Draw - - +240
11:45:00
- GENOA CFC +½-140 o2½EV +260
- ATALANTA BERGAMASCA CALCIO -½+120 u2½-120 +120
Draw - - +225
06:00:00
- FC PARMA PK-150 o2½+110 +135
- CAGLIARI CALCIO PK+130 u2½-130 +230
Draw - - +220
06:00:00
- UDINESE CALCIO +½-103 o2½-120 +350
- FC TORINO -½-117 u2½EV -117
Draw - - +255
03:30:00
- CALCIO CATANIA PK+130 o3EV +215
- HELLAS VERONA PK-150 u3-120 +130
Draw - - +245
06:00:00
- AC CHIEVO VERONA PK+125 o2-145 +223
- UC SAMPDORIA PK-145 u2+125 +145
Draw - - +210

ITALY - SERIE A - Apr 28

11:45:00
- JUVENTUS TURIN -1-140 o2½-125 -250
- US SASSUOLO CALCIO +1+120 u2½+105 +750
Draw - - +380

ITALY - SERIE B (2 Open Events)

ITALY - SERIE B - Apr 25

09:00:00
- TERNANA CALCIO - o2-135 +295
- MODENA FC - u2+105 +105
Draw - - +195
06:00:00
- NOVARA CALCIO - o2½+110 +250
- PESCARA CALCIO - u2½-140 +115
Draw - - +200

JAPAN - J-LEAGUE (6 Open Events)

JAPAN - J-LEAGUE - Apr 25

21:00:00
- URAWA RED DIAMONDS PK-145 o2½-130 +130
- KASHIWA REYSOL PK+115 u2½EV +190
Draw - - +250
22:00:00
- VEGALTA SENDAI +½-130 o2½-120 +260
- SHIMIZU S-PULSE -½EV u2½-110 EV
Draw - - +245
22:00:00
- NIIGATA ALBIREX -1½+115 o2½-140 -280
- TOKUSHIMA VORTIS +1½-145 u2½+110 +785
Draw - - +375
22:00:00
- FC TOKYO PK+110 o2½+105 +195
- YOKOHAMA F MARINOS PK-140 u2½-135 +140
Draw - - +225
23:00:00
- SAGAN TOSU PK-130 o2½-120 +145
- NAGOYA GRAMPUS PKEV u2½-110 +175
Draw - - +240
23:00:00
- CEREZO OSAKA PK-125 o2½-140 +145
- VISSEL KOBE PK-105 u2½+110 +170
Draw - - +250

MEXICO - PRIMERA DIVISION (2 Open Events)

MEXICO - PRIMERA DIVISION - Apr 25

17:30:00
- ATL PACHUCA - o2½+105 +205
- QUERETARO - u2½-125 +135
Draw - - +215
19:30:00
- CLUB LEON - o2½+105 +300
- CLUB TIJUANA - u2½-125 -111
Draw - - +230

RUSSIA - PREMIER LEAGUE (1 Open Events)

RUSSIA - PREMIER LEAGUE - Apr 25

08:00:00
- AMKAR PERM +½-115 o2-135 +300
- SAMARA KRYLIYA SOVETOV -½-105 u2+115 -105
Draw - - +235

SWEDEN ALLSVENSKAN (2 Open Events)

SWEDEN ALLSVENSKAN - Apr 25

10:00:00
- FALKENBERGS FF +1½-107 o2½-145 +785
- IFK GOTEBORG -1½-113 u2½+125 -360
Draw - - +415
10:00:00
- AATVIDABERGS FF PK+135 o2½+110 +215
- OREBRO SK PK-160 u2½-130 +120
Draw - - +215

SCOTLAND - PREMIER LEAGUE (1 Open Events)

SCOTLAND - PREMIER LEAGUE - Apr 25

11:45:00
- ST MIRREN PK+155 o2½-105 +250
- PARTICK THISTLE PK-185 u2½-125 +105
Draw - - +245

SPAIN - LA LIGA (11 Open Events)

SPAIN - LA LIGA - Apr 25

12:00:00
- UD LEVANTE +½+135 o2-120 +530
- CF ELCHE -½-160 u2EV -160
Draw - - +275

SPAIN - LA LIGA First Half Lines - Apr 25

12:00:00
- 1H UD LEVANTE PK+212 o1+140 +430
- 1H CF ELCHE PK-255 u1-165 +140
Draw - - +120

SPAIN - LA LIGA - Apr 26

13:00:00
- REAL SOCIEDAD PK-160 o2½-135 +120
- BETIS SEVILLA PK+135 u2½+115 +225
Draw - - +260
09:00:00
- CF MALAGA PK+162 o2-135 +280
- CF GETAFE PK-190 u2+115 +110
Draw - - +230
07:00:00
- RAYO VALLECANO PK+140 o2½-120 +235
- GRANADA CF PK-165 u2½EV +115
Draw - - +260
11:00:00
- CA OSASUNA +3-115 o4-130 +2750
- REAL MADRID -3-105 u4+110 -1750
Draw - - +1650

SPAIN - LA LIGA - Apr 27

10:00:00
- FC SEVILLA +½-110 o2½-140 +300
- ATHLETIC BILBAO -½-110 u2½+120 -110
Draw - - +275
08:00:00
- ATLETICO MADRID -½-125 o2½+115 -125
- CF VALENCIA +½+105 u2½-135 +375
Draw - - +265
12:00:00
- FC BARCELONA -1-130 o3-105 -220
- CF VILLARREAL +1+110 u3-115 +625
Draw - - +360
03:00:00
- UD ALMERIA +1-135 o2½-115 +475
- RCD ESPANYOL BARCELONA -1+115 u2½-105 -165
Draw - - +305

SPAIN - LA LIGA - Apr 28

13:00:00
- REAL VALLADOLID +½+105 o2½EV +365
- RC CELTA DE VIGO -½-125 u2½-120 -125
Draw - - +270

TURKEY - SUPER LIG (1 Open Events)

TURKEY - SUPER LIG - Apr 25

10:00:00
- BURSASPOR PK+115 o2½-120 +190
- GENCLERBIRLIGI ANKARA PK-145 u2½-110 +135
Draw - - +235

UEFA - EUROPA LEAGUE (6 Open Events)

UEFA - EUROPA LEAGUE - Apr 24

EUROPA LEAGUE SEMIFINALS 1ST LEG

12:00:00
- CF VALENCIA +½+125 o2½-115 +425
- FC SEVILLA -½-145 u2½-105 -145
Draw - - +285
12:00:00
- JUVENTUS TURIN PK+105 o2½+134 +190
- SL BENFICA PK-125 u2½-154 +150
Draw - - +230
12:00:00
- CF VALENCIA - ADV TO FINAL PK+105 - -
- FC SEVILLA - ADV TO FINAL PK-125 - -
Draw - -
12:00:00
- JUVENTUS TURIN - ADV TO FINAL PK-215 - -
- SL BENFICA - ADV TO FINAL PK+182 - -
Draw - -

UEFA - EUROPA LEAGUE First Half Lines - Apr 24

12:00:00
- 1H CF VALENCIA +½-175 o1-115 +360
- 1H FC SEVILLA -½+150 u1-105 +150
Draw - - +115
12:00:00
- 1H JUVENTUS TURIN PK-115 o1+125 +230
- 1H SL BENFICA PK-105 u1-145 +240
Draw - - +105

SOCCER FUTURES (3 Open Events)

SOCCER FUTURES - Apr 24

ODDS TO WIN THE UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE 2013/14
 
AZ ALKMAAR - -
SL BENFICA +380 - -
FC BASEL - -
CF VALENCIA +485 - -
FC PORTO - -
FC SEVILLA +455 - -
OLYMPIQUE LYONNAIS - -
JUVENTUS TURIN -105 - -

SOCCER FUTURES - Apr 26

ENGLAND PREMIER LEAGUE 2013/14
 
MANCHESTER CITY +385 - -
LIVERPOOL -600 - -
CHELSEA +3500 - -
SPIAN LA LIGA BBVA 2013/14
 
FC BARCELONA +705 - -
REAL MADRID +175 - -
ANY OHTER TEAM NOT LISTED ABOVE -125 - -

FIFA - WORLD CUP (14 Open Events)

FIFA - WORLD CUP - Jun 12

13:00:00
- CROATIA +1½-105 o2½-130 +1200
- BRAZIL -1½-115 u2½+110 -360
Draw - - +450

FIFA - WORLD CUP - Jun 13

09:00:00
- CAMEROON +½-125 o2-125 +305
- MEXICO -½+105 u2+105 +105
Draw - - +225
12:00:00
- NETHERLANDS +½-125 o2-140 +285
- SPAIN -½+105 u2+120 +105
Draw - - +235
15:00:00
- AUSTRALIA +1+105 o2½EV +765
- CHILE -1-125 u2½-120 -235
Draw - - +345

FIFA - WORLD CUP - Jun 14

09:00:00
- GREECE +½+123 o2-135 +525
- COLOMBIA -½-143 u2+115 -143
Draw - - +240
15:00:00
- JAPAN PKEV o2-125 +190
- IVORY COAST PK-120 u2+105 +160
Draw - - +215
12:00:00
- COSTA RICA +1½-135 o2½-105 +1000
- URUGUAY -1½+115 u2½-115 -285
Draw - - +375
15:00:00
- ITALY PK-130 o2-110 +160
- ENGLAND PK+110 u2-110 +205
Draw - - +205

FIFA - WORLD CUP - Jun 15

09:00:00
- ECUADOR PK+140 o2-115 +240
- SWITZERLAND PK-165 u2-105 +130
Draw - - +215
12:00:00
- HONDURAS +1½-115 o2½EV +1250
- FRANCE -1½-105 u2½-120 -365
Draw - - +440
15:00:00
- BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA +1½-145 o2½-130 +825
- ARGENTINA -1½+125 u2½+110 -255
Draw - - +365

FIFA - WORLD CUP - Jun 16

12:00:00
- NIGERIA -½EV o2-110 EV
- IRAN +½-120 u2-110 +330
Draw - - +220
09:00:00
- PORTUGAL +½-105 o2½EV +365
- GERMANY -½-115 u2½-120 -125
Draw - - +250
15:00:00
- USA PK+105 o2-125 +195
- GHANA PK-125 u2+105 +155
Draw - - +215

FIFA - WC - FUTURES (9 Open Events)

FIFA - WC - FUTURES - Jun 12

FIFA - WORLD CUP 2014 - WINNER
 
BRAZIL +285 - -
ARGENTINA +465 - -
GERMANY +625 - -
SPAIN +685 - -
BELGUIM +1815 - -
FRANCE +2250 - -
COLOMBIA +2250 - -
URUGUAY +2250 - -
ENGLAND +3250 - -
ITALY +2250 - -
NETHERLANDS +3250 - -
PORTUGAL +3250 - -
CHILE +3050 - -
ECUADOR +7250 - -
MEXICO +12550 - -
USA +14250 - -
HONDURAS +101500 - -
COSTA RICA +101500 - -
ANY OTHER COUNTRY +2050 - -
FIFA - WC - PICK WINNER GROUP A
 
BRAZIL -415 - -
CROATIA +725 - -
MEXICO +725 - -
CAMEROON +1615 - -
FIFA - WC - PICK WINNER GROUP B
 
SPAIN -125 - -
NETHERLANDS +265 - -
CHILE +325 - -
AUSTRALIA +4050 - -
FIFA - WC - PICK WINNER GROUP C
 
COLOMBIA -125 - -
GREECE +745 - -
IVORY COAST +385 - -
JAPAN +405 - -
FIFA - WC - PICK WINNER GROUP D
 
ITALY +155 - -
URUGUAY +165 - -
ENGLAND +265 - -
COSTA RICA +3250 - -
FIFA - WC - PICK WINNER GROUP E
 
FRANCE -135 - -
SWITZERLAND +305 - -
ECUADOR +385 - -
HONDURAS +2250 - -
FIFA - WC - PICK WINNER GROUP F
 
ARGENTINA -425 - -
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA +685 - -
IRAN +4550 - -
NIGERIA +805 - -
FIFA - WC - PICK WINNER GROUP G
 
GERMANY -185 - -
PORTUGAL +305 - -
GHANA +1215 - -
USA +825 - -
FIFA - WC - PICK WINNER GROUP H
 
BELGIUM -155 - -
ALGERIA +2250 - -
RUSSIA +225 - -
KOREA REPUBLIC +705 - -

FIFA - WC - STAGE OF ELIMINATION (17 Open Events)

FIFA - WC - STAGE OF ELIMINATION - Jun 12

BRAZIL - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +1615 - -
SECOND ROUND +345 - -
QUARTER FINAL +405 - -
SEMI FINAL +425 - -
RUNNER UP +525 - -
WINNER +305 - -
ARGENTINA - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +1415 - -
SECOND ROUND +385 - -
QUARTER FINAL +305 - -
SEMI FINAL +385 - -
RUNNER UP +605 - -
WINNER +385 - -
GERMANY - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +605 - -
SECOND ROUND +365 - -
QUARTER FINAL +345 - -
SEMI FINAL +405 - -
RUNNER UP +525 - -
WINNER +625 - -
SPAIN - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +485 - -
SECOND ROUND +305 - -
QUARTER FINAL +365 - -
SEMI FINAL +425 - -
RUNNER UP +650 - -
WINNER +665 - -
BELGIUM - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +525 - -
SECOND ROUND +140 - -
QUARTER FINAL +365 - -
SEMI FINAL +625 - -
RUNNER UP +1015 - -
WINNER +1615 - -
COLOMBIA - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +305 - -
SECOND ROUND +185 - -
QUARTER FINAL +285 - -
SEMI FINAL +825 - -
RUNNER UP +1415 - -
WINNER +2050 - -
FRANCE - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +345 - -
SECOND ROUND +207 - -
QUARTER FINAL +295 - -
SEMI FINAL +525 - -
RUNNER UP +1215 - -
WINNER +2250 - -
URUGUAY - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +185 - -
SECOND ROUND +285 - -
QUARTER FINAL +305 - -
SEMI FINAL +825 - -
RUNNER UP +1415 - -
WINNER +2050 - -
ITALY - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +205 - -
SECOND ROUND +285 - -
QUARTER FINAL +305 - -
SEMI FINAL +645 - -
RUNNER UP +1415 - -
WINNER +2250 - -
NETHERLANDS - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +155 - -
SECOND ROUND +195 - -
QUARTER FINAL +525 - -
SEMI FINAL +805 - -
RUNNER UP +1615 - -
WINNER +3050 - -
ENGLAND - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +105 - -
SECOND ROUND +235 - -
QUARTER FINAL +525 - -
SEMI FINAL +1615 - -
RUNNER UP +2550 - -
WINNER +3050 - -
PORTUGAL - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +185 - -
SECOND ROUND +225 - -
QUARTER FINAL +385 - -
SEMI FINAL +825 - -
RUNNER UP +1415 - -
WINNER +3050 - -
USA - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE -405 - -
SECOND ROUND +465 - -
QUARTER FINAL +1415 - -
SEMI FINAL +5250 - -
RUNNER UP +10250 - -
WINNER +15250 - -
MEXICO - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE -140 - -
SECOND ROUND +185 - -
QUARTER FINAL +1025 - -
SEMI FINAL +2575 - -
RUNNER UP +6550 - -
WINNER +8550 - -
RUSSIA - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE +105 - -
SECOND ROUND +205 - -
QUARTER FINAL +605 - -
SEMI FINAL +1215 - -
RUNNER UP +3550 - -
WINNER +6250 - -
ECUADOR - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE -105 - -
SECOND ROUND +195 - -
QUARTER FINAL +725 - -
SEMI FINAL +1415 - -
RUNNER UP +4050 - -
WINNER +6250 - -
CHILE - STAGE OF ELIMINATION
 
GROUP STAGE -110 - -
SECOND ROUND +245 - -
QUARTER FINAL +725 - -
SEMI FINAL +1415 - -
RUNNER UP +2550 - -
WINNER +2550 - -

Euro 2012 Finals

Euro Cup Finals
  June 27 W L
Spain Flag SPAIN X  
Italy Flag ITALY   X

Euro 2012 Schedule Semi Finals

  June 27 W L
Spain Flag SPAIN x  
Portugal Flag PORTUGAL   x
  June 28 W P
Germany Flag GERMANY   x
Italy Flag ITALY x  

Euro 2012 Schedule Quarter Finals

  June 21 W L
Check Republic Flag CZECH REP. x  
Portugal Flag PORTUGAL   x
  June 23 W P
Spain Flag SPAIN x  
France Flag FRANCE   x
  June 22 W L
Germany Flag GERMANY x  
Greece Flag GREECE   x
  June24 W L
England Flag ENGLAND   x
Italy Flag ITALY x  

Euro 2012 First Round

Group A
  Opening Day June 8th Pt P
Poland Flag POLAND 1 1
Greece Flag GREECE 1 1
  Opening Day June 8th Pt P
Russia Flag RUSSIA 3 1
Check Republic Flag CZECH REP. 0 1
  June 12th Pt P
Greece Flag GREECE 0 2
Chech Republic Flag CZECH REP. 3 2
  June 12th Pt P
Poland Flag POLAND 0 2
Russia Flag RUSSIA 3 2
  June 16th Pt P
Greece Flag GREECE 3 3
Polonia Flag RUSSIA 0 3
  June 15th Pt P
Poland Flag POLAND 0 3
Check Republic Flag CZECH REP. 3 3
Group B
  June 9th Pt P
Holland Flag NETHERLANDS 0 1
Denmark Flag DENMARK 3 1
  June 9th Pt P
Germany Flag GERMANY 3 1
Portugal Flag PORTUGAL 0 1
  June 13th Pt P
Denmark Flag DENMARK 0 2
Portugal Flag PORTUGAL 3 2
  June 13th Pt P
Holland Flag NETHERLANDS 0 2
Germany Flag GERMANY 3 2
  June 17th Pt P
Portugal Flag PORTUGAL 3 3
Holland Flag NETHERLANDS 0 3
  June 17th Pt P
Denmark Flag DENMARK 0 3
Germany Flag GERMANY 3 3
Group C
  June 10th Pt P
Spain Flag SPAIN 1 1
Italy Flag ITALY 1 1
  June 10th Pt P
Ireland Flag IRELAND 0 1
Croatia Flag CROATIA 3 1
  June 14th Pt P
Italy Flag ITALY 1 2
Croatia Flag CROATIA 1 2
  June 14th Pt P
Spain Flag SPAIN 3 2
Ireland Flag IRELAND 0 2
  June 17th Pt P
Croatia Flag CROATIA 0 3
Spain Flag SPAIN 3 3
  June 18th Pt P
Italy Flag ITALY 3 3
Ireland Flag IRELAND 1 3
Group D
  June 11th Pt P
France Flag FRANCE 1 1
England Flag ENGLAND 1 1
  June 11th Pt P
Ukraine Flag UKRAINE 3 1
Sweden Flag SWEDEN 0 1
  June 15th Pt P
Ukraine Flag UKRAINE 0 2
France Flag FRANCE 3 2
  June 15th Pt P
Sweden Flag SWEDEN 0 2
England Flag ENGLAND 3 2
  June 19th Pt P
Sweden Flag SWEDEN 3 3
France Flag FRANCE 0 3
  June 19th Pt P
England Flag ENGLAND 3 3
Ukraine Flag UKRAINE 0 3

Euro 2012 Bracket Narrowed To Four:

Portugal find themselves as the surprise team in the Euro 2012 Cup. Portugal is actually a team most would consider a world power, but based on their group of death draw they were only given an outsiders chance to get by Germany and Holland.

Even more intriguing is the Cristiano Ronaldo chapter that has played out over the years with the Portuguese National Side. Cristiano's meteoric rise was initiated with his National Team performances where he outclassed many of the world's strongest defenders and demonstrated enthusiastic creativity. Chapter two of his National Team performances were slightly different. Now as one of the world's highest paid Footballers, Ronaldo's Portuguese team outings started to look a bit more like those of a player who is looking to protect his investment avoiding on field challenges and potential injuries that could sideline a profitable career. This became a point of criticism for the media and tipped the scale to Leonardo Messi getting the nod over Ronaldo as the World's best player. This criticism of Ronaldo became prevalent even in the local press.

This Euro 2012 Ronaldo made a pledge to his fellow Countrymen during a Presidential send off to the tournament. He ensured that the Portuguese team and the Portuguese people would get the best he had to offer as a player. So far he has not disappointed. Ronaldo has entered into this new chapter in his National Team playing career as he started way back when. Creating chances with creativity and finishing when called upon at the net. He currently is tied for the most goals for the Euro 2012, and may bring home the MVP honors if his play stays at this current level.

Portugal is one of the few European soccer powers to have never won the Euro Cup. Maybe this 2012 will give both Ronaldo a chance to become the World's undisputed best player and his Portuguese team their first Euro Cup championship. Portugal will take on Spain in the Euro 2012 Semi-Finals.

Spain, Germany, and Italy make up the remaining teams in the Euro Cup Semi-Finals.

Spain will get the duty of derailing Ronaldo and Portugal on their way to their first Euro Cup Championship. Spain who came in as the world's number #2 ranked team has moved through the tournament without a lot of fan fare or drama. They have put themselves in a position to win three major tournaments in a row starting with the 2008 Euro Cup and the 2010 World Cup, and now this 2012 Euro Cup. Spain is set on demonstrating their choke-hold over Global National Team supremacy.

Germany has probably been the most dominant side in the tournament. They have been able to move past opponents with relative ease (including Portugal) into their semi-final match up. The Germans do have a tough date with a very defensive and game Italian team that seems to thrive off of controversy.

Italy's last big tournament win came in the 2006 World Cup amidst a plethora of match fixing incidents. This Euro 2012 has the same overtone to it as the Italian squad has several star players in the middle of match fixing investigations. Maybe this will be the key ingredient to another major tournament championship for the Azzure.

Notes* This is the second time in the history of the Euro Cup that the host nation did not make it past the group stage of the tournament. It is also unique in that there were two host teams; Poland and the Ukraine. Neither squad was able to advance to the knock out stage of this year's tournament.

Holland came in as the World's number #1 ranked team and finished without a victory in this Euro Cup.

Spain Euro 2012 Preview

Group: C
Coach: Vicente Del Bosque

Spain's Strengths

The reigning Euro Cup champions are returning the same team from their 2008 Championship act. The very experienced Spaniards currently hold the world's number 2 ranking and come into this Euro 2012 competition as the favorite to win it all. Spain has probably too many strengths to mention in this small excerpt. They are the complete package on offense with a style that focuses on time of possession and well defined small space control. The defense consists of three of the world's top players with Sergio Ramos, Gererd Pique and goal keeper Iker Casillas of which all play for two of the world's top professional clubs.

Spain's Weaknesses

Spain has not been so Super Human over the last several months with some lack luster showings in International friendly competition including a late draw versus Costa Rica.

Injury will keep striker David Villa off of the pitch for Spain. The goal scoring antics of Villa are at their best when he is playing for his flag, but a broken leg will give opposing defenses at least one less thing to worry about this Euro Cup.

Age is another concern for the Spanish side. Many of the focal points on the Spanish team have high mileage on them. While experience is a strength, age can be a Weaknesses.

Spain's Euro Cup Outlook

Spain is the tournament favorite for all of the right reasons. They will attempt to become the first team to repeat as Euro Cup Champion ever. Look for Spain to get very deep in this competition.

Spain's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1964 Euro Cup Champion, 1980 Eliminated Round 1, 1984 Finalist, 1988 Eliminated Round 1, 1996 Quarter-Finalist, 2000 Quarter-Finalist 2004 Eliminated Round 1, 2008 Euro Cup Champion.

Germany Euro 2012 Preview

Group: B
Coach: Joachim Low

Germany's Strengths

Joachim Low has a very offensive minded philosophy. German teams have always been technical, but this German squad also has great athletes that provide a physical element that not always been a German trademark. Under this new German prototype team, the result has been impressive winning 52 of their last 75 outings.

The success of this team will rest with the creativity of Mesut Ozil. Ozil contributed to nearly half of Germany's goal scoring in Euro Cup qualifiers. Beyond Ozil you have the goal scoring prowess of Miroslav Klose and Lucas Podolski. Throw in the athleticism of Mario Gomez on the front line and it becomes a very scary affair for opposing defenses.

Germany's Weaknesses

Despite all of the talent the German side brings to the table, they seem to be in perpetual bridesmaid mode. They have lacked that extra push to win the big game when it masters most. In their Last Euro Cup appearance Germany lost in the finals with a 0-1 result versus Spain.

The other knock on the German side is on the defensive end of things. A slow backfield in Mertesacker and Badstuber makes them vulnerable to smaller quick counter attacking teams. Against German tradition, their goal keeping has also been suspect at times.

Germany's Outlook

On paper they look like a solid bet. Will that be the case on the field? Their grouping also makes for one of the more difficult paths to the Euro Cup Championship with Holland, England and France as potential pitfalls to the title. Anything less than Semi Finals appearance would be a big disappointment for this German side.

Germany's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1972 Euro Cup Champion, 1976 Finalist, 1980 Euro Cup Champion, 1984 Eliminated Round 1, 1988 Semi-Finalist, 1992 Finalist, 1996 Euro Cup Champion, 2000 Eliminated Round 1, 2004 Eliminated Round 1, 2008 Finalist.

Holland Euro 2012 Preview

Group: B
Coach: Bert Van Marwijk

Holland's Strengths

Bert Van Marwijk has brought cohesion to a talented but often unsettled Dutch side. Stars Van der Vaart, Van Persie and De Jong have learned to share the spotlight and this new attitude Holland team has catapulted to the Number 1 world ranking ahead of Spain. Holland is packed with enough talent and momentum to win the 2012 Euro Cup.

Holland's Midfield is creative and progressive with the likes of Sneijder, Robben and Van der Vaart. The Dutch squad should be able to parlay that into goals with striker Robin Van Persie and Euro Cup qualifiers top scorer Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.

The younger Dutch players bring something to the table as well. Holland is deep in talent and the quality of the side does not drop off much beyond the starting 11.

Holland's Weaknesses

If Holland has a downside it would be their defense. They have experience in the back, but age and athleticism are question marks. Van Bronckhorst, Heitinga, Boulahrouz, Ooijer and Mathijsen are all older players that will have to cope with a tough tournament schedule.

Holland's progressive mid-field play does leave them susceptible to counter attacking tactics. They will need to put up solid goal production to get deep in the tournament. This is not the type of squad that excels in grinding out close games.

Group B is a tough draw, and past round 1 the road to the Championship game most likely includes England and France. There is not a lot of room for error for the Dutch side.

Holland's Outlook

Holland may end up winning it all. They were the best looking team throughout the qualifiers and have momentum coming into the Euro Cup competition. Their key to success will be "a great offense is the best defense" mentality. This Holland team looks to be a real contender, and they could hoist their second Euro Cup trophy in 2012.

Previous Euro Cup Performances:

1976 Third Place, 1980 Eliminated Round 1, 1988 Euro Cup Champion, 1992 Semi-Finalist, 1996 Quarter-Finalist, 2000 Semi-Finalist 2004 Semi-Finalist, 2008 Quarter-Finalist.

England Euro 2012 Preview

Group: D
Coach: Roy Hodgson

England's Strengths

Talent is by far their biggest strength. The English soccer league is by far the most balanced and competitive in the world. England has the size, athleticism, and the technical ability to win any game they are in.

Hodgson needs to focus on creating from midfield to capitalize in the Euro Cup. The English side has had a tendency for low scoring affairs which has come back to haunt them in big tournaments. Using their size in the attack could get them over the top for once.

England's Weaknesses

"Under New Management" is typically the battle cry for a group trying to change an image. Will Hodgson be able to right the English national Team's ship in as little as 6 weeks is probably their biggest question mark? A chaotic locker room more often than not leads to early exits in big tournaments.

To add to England's troubles, their star Wayne Rooney will miss two group games due to suspension.

England's Outlook

England has never won the Euro Cup. Their most notable showing was Semi-Final appearance at home in 96. Close games have been their enemy with several exits in the form of penalties. England did not even qualify for the 2008 Euro Cup.

England qualified for the 2012 Euro Cup at the top of their group, but in non-exciting fashion. England did score victories over Spain and Sweden in recent friendly matches which may bolster their confidence and momentum heading into this tournament.

England will need a strong start out of the gates. Anything short of that could lead to another embarrassing exit for the notorious underachieving side. If all falls well for England they have the talent to make a finals run.

England's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1968 Third Place, 1980 Eliminated Round 1, 1988 Eliminated Round 1, 1992 Eliminated Round 1, 1996 Semi-Finalist, 2000 Eliminated Round 1, 2004 Quarter-Finalist.

France Euro 2012 Preview

Group: D
Coach: Laurent Blanc

France's Strengths

France is fielding an excellent line up of starters for this 2012 Euro Cup campaign. While they are not considered a favorite to win the Euro Cup, they do have the chops to get deep in the tournament. The team is littered with European Club star players. The midfield package consisting of Nasri, Ribery and M'Vila, combine experience and youth in a very forward attacking system. Throw in English Premier League defenders Evra and Sagna and you have a team looking to push the tempo from an offensive perspective. Lastly, the playmaking and scoring prowess of Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema gives their front line world class quality.

France's Weaknesses

Weakness number 1 is the man in the mirror. France has suffered from self destruction over the last 4 years. If the trend continues, an early exit is imminent. This puts a lot of pressure on new coach Laurent Blanc. He does not have deep coaching experience and managing this locker room is a challenge to say the least.

France does not have a true identity. Frank Ribery is often considered their best player, but he is not much of a leader and tends to be a bit selfish with the ball on the offensive side of the field.

The defensive unit of Evra, Sagna, Mexes, and Koscielny give France a quality defense, but also a very offensive minded one that will be prone to counter attacks. This defensive unit will need to keep themselves in check to keep opponents out of their goal.

France's Outlook

French soccer has imploded in the post-Zidane years. After nearly winning a The 2006 World Cup, the French National Team has flopped in Major Tournaments. Their 2008 Euro Cup and 2012 World Cup performances were not a battle first, but rather a battle for worst.

Despite the drama, France has managed to win and perform well in Euro Cup qualifiers. This team is a pure crap shoot and if you like value in a bet, their on-field experience and talent is hard to overlook. The question is can they hold it together for a month at this level of competition

Look for France to escape the first round. After that anything can happen.

France's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1960 Fourth Place, 1984 Euro Cup Champion, 1992 Eliminated Round 1, 1996 Semi-Finalist, 2000 Euro Cup Champion, 2004 Quarter-Finalist, 2008 Eliminated Round 1

Italy Euro 2012 Preview

Group: C
Coach: Cesare Prandelli

Italy's Strengths

New Coach Cesare Prandelli has the Azzurri back believing in defense. Italy has won Ugly for years and if they are looking to win this 2012 Euro Cup, it will be doing what the defensive minded Italians do best. After their World Cup run in Germany 2006, the Italian side had suffered from poor performance issues leading to a first round exit of the 2010 World Cup and a National team shake up. The shake-up has restored the boring yet successful style of strong defensive Italian soccer.

If you are going to win, goal keeping is essential and Italy's captain Gigi Buffon is an essential piece to the puzzle for this team.

The experienced Andrea Pirlo is creative at midfield. He has the experience and ability to create opportunities for the squad in the counter attack and will be paired up with the explosive and enigmatic striker Mario Balotelli.

Italy's Weaknesses

Distraction is the number 1 issue heading into the 2012 Euro Cup. Several of the Italian footballers are in the midst of investigations for match fixing.

Offensive injuries are also a question mark. Italy has lost some players to injury over the course of qualifiers including starting striker Cassano. Balotelli and Barzagli both have some nagging injury issues and will be playing, but possibly not at 100%. This could hurt them in front of the net.

Age at mid-field could also bite the Azzurri. Andrea Pirlo is a magnificent creator, but how well he holds up to the youth and rigor of the Euro Cup schedule remains to be answered.

Italy's Outlook

Italy's defense has been impressive allowing just 2 goals over the course of the qualifying rounds. After a disappointing exit from the World Cup this team will be looking for redemption in this tournament. They recently beat Spain in a warm up, and if the Italians stay focused they can be considered a dark horse to lift the 2012 Euro Cup. Anything less than Semi-Finals will be a complete fail.

Italy's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1968 Eliminated Round 1, 1980 Fourth Place, 1988 Semi-Finalist, 1996 Eliminated Round 1, 2000 Finalist, 2004 Eliminated Round 1, 2008 Quarter-Finalist.

Portugal Euro 2012 Preview

Group: B
Coach: Paulo Bento

Portugal's Strengths

Cristiano Ronaldo is any teams' biggest strength.

Offense is key for the Portuguese side and CR7 will be joined by Man U star Nani for goal scoring responsibilities. The midfield duties go to another Premier League star in Raul Meireles. He will be paired with Joao Moutinho who will have to assume the attack creativity role. The Portuguese squad should have no shortage of opportunities to score goals in this 2012 Euro Cup competition and sports perhaps the most potent offensive punch in the tournament.

Portugal's Weaknesses

Grouping will be the Portuguese side's biggest weakness. They are in the group of death and face matches with Germany and current world #1 ranked Holland. Their easiest match will be with Denmark which is still not a push over game for Portugal.

The dependence on CR7 is great for this team, but often it looks as if Cristiano is doing more to avoid injury in National Team competitions, than to win games at any cost.

The loss of defenders Ricardo Carvalho and Jose Bosingwa to retirement before the 2012 Euro Cup leave the Portuguese defense in a weakened condition. Portugal is left with Real Madrid's Fabio Coentrao, as their defensive bright spot. Defense is not even his natural position.

Portugal's Outlook

Despite having the best player in the tournament in CR7, it is a team sport and one where defense wins games more often than not. Their group will more than likely do them no favors in round 1, but a big win and a little help might move them on to the Quarter Finals.

Portugal vs Holland may be the most exciting game of the first round matches. Expect 90% offense and 10% defense in that match from both sides.

Portugal's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1984 Semi-Finalist, 1996 Quarter-Finalist, 2004 Finalist, 2008 Quarter-Finalist.

Russia Euro 2012 Preview

Group: A
Coach: Dick Advocaat

Russia's Strengths

Russia got a great draw and their grouping may be their biggest strength.

Russian Coach Dick Advocaat will go with experienced players. He has several world class players including the Premier League duo of Andrei Arshavin and Roman Pavlyuchenko who tend to excel in international competition. Throw in Aleksandar Anyukov from Zenit and you have a formidable defender at the right back position.

Newcomer Alan Dzagoev, a 21 year old Russian playmaker who is being sought out at the major international level has great talent and could bring a fresh creative style and much needed new energy to Advocaat's experienced starting eleven.

Russia's Weaknesses

The Russians are experienced, but again with that comes the age factor. The Euro Cup has a tough schedule which could be hard for some of Advocaat's older players. Injuries to stalwart central defender Vasily Berezutsky create a lot of issues up the middle for the Russian side. They have yet to announce who will be startimng in his place which will probably be a game time decision on the day of their first match.

After an easy group phase, Russia is looking at Germany or Holland as their most likely Quarter Finals match up. Getting through to the Semis will be long odds for the Russian squad.

Russia's Outlook

The Russians went deep in the Euro Cup in 2008 before being eliminated by tournament champions Spain. Barring any First Round errors, their success in this Euro Cup tournament will hinge on their Quarter Final performance.

Russia's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1960 Euro Cup Champion, 1964 Finalist, 1968 Fourth Place, 1972 Finalist, 1988 Finalist, 1992 Eliminated Round 1, 1996 Eliminated Round 1, 2004 Eliminated Round 1, 2008 Semi-Finalist.

Croatia Euro 2012Preview

Group: C
Coach: Slaven Bilic

Croatia's Strengths

Croatia is currently ranked 8th in the world and sports a hard working and well balanced side. They look tactically perfect and field talent on every part of the pitch.

Defensively they are laden with experience which will be tough for opponents to crack.

Offensively Croatia is driven by Tottenham star Luka Modric who is capable of finding the back of the net at any level of competition. Pair him with Nikica Jelavic who scored 11 goals in 16 matches for Everton in the Premiership this past season and Ivica Olic who has the ability to create and you have a team that is going to put up some points regardless of what team stands in front of them.

Croatia has a good draw and will play Ireland first which should allow for 3 points and some goal differential in their favor. They will more than likely finish in second place in group C.

Croatia's Weaknesses

You don't see any glaring chinks in the armor. But, this team has struggled to get out of their own way at times. Despite looking great on paper and their world #8 ranking, they finished behind Greece and struggled with games at home over the course of the qualifying round.

Team defensive speed could cause Croatia some issues, especially versus the Spanish side.

Bookmakers have set odds that they will finish 3rd in the group stage. Odds makers are usually better at pricing the sport than we are at picking who wins. Their match with Italy will more than likely be the deciding game for Croatia's Euro 2012 aspirations.

Croatia's Outlook

According to popular media sources, Croatia is the tournament dark horse to win it all. With a good mix of youth and experience, the current 8th ranked team in the world should be able to slide into the knock out rounds if they handle their business.

Croatia has never won a major tournament despite being regular participants in major competition on the world stage. This might be their year for a finals run. If you like dog action, this squad may be your best bet.

Croatia's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1996 Quarter Finalist, 2004 Eliminated Round 1, 2008 Quarter Finalist.

Ukraine Euro 2012 Preview

Group: D
Coach: Oleg Blokhin

Ukraine's Strengths

Home field advantage is the Ukrainian Nation Teams' biggest strength. Support from the home crowd and packed stadiums will serve the experienced team well.

Coach Oleg Blokhin will capitalize on experience. The Ukraine side still has some remnants from their 2006 World Cup Quarter-Finalist team.

Offensively, front man Andriy Shevchenko still has a lot of influence for this team.  His ability to perform is paramount to this team’s success.  Shevchenko will be supported by talented and veteran midfielders Anatoliy Tymoshchuk (Bayern Munich), midfielder Oleksandar Aliyev, (Dynamo Kyiv) and Andriy Yarmolenko.  Young left winger Yevgen Konoplyanka looks promising and could benefit from attention paid to Shevchenko..

Ukraine's Weaknesses

Depth will be a concern for the Ukranian team. Beyond their starting 11, the side is filled with names that are not very well known in the soccer community.

Age is also of concern for the Ukraine team. Injuries and a tough schedule combined with lack of depth could be a death stroke for the home team.

Despite being the co-host country, their draw is still pretty tough with a group that is very balanced with France, Sweden and England. It will be a toss-up for any of the teams in group D to progress to the next stage.

Ukraine's Outlook

Making their first Euro Cup appearance, the Ukraine's high hopes might be just that. They are the home team, and that may be what gets them into the knock out round. Apart from that, it looks like it may be a struggle for them to do any real damage in this tournament.

The Ukraine is not the same team from six years ago. They reappointed Oleg Blokhin as the coach based on the solid result from the 2006 World Cup. Anything beyond knock out rounds in this Euro Cup would be considered a success.

Ukraine's Previous Euro Cup Performances

2012 is their first appearance.

Czech Republic Euro 2012 Preview

Group: A
Coach: Michal Bilek

Czech Republic's Strengths

Michal Bilek took the charge of national team when the things didn't look so bright. Czech Republic missed to qualify for World Cup 2010 and started Euro qualifications with home defeat against Lithuania. He applied new system, helped his side to bounce back and guide them to Poland and Ukraine. The star of the team and certainly the biggest strength is Petr Cech. Chelsea's goalie starred in play-off game in Podgorica, pulling off a number of important saves. And of course there is Tomas Rosicky, Arsenal's experienced midfielder and skipper at this Czech squad. He has been unable to recover his best form since the long absence through injury (during 2008-2009), but he's Bilek's key player and he made six assists for Czech's 15 goals in the group.

Czech Republic's Weaknesses

Czech Republic doesn't have any specific Weaknesses, they simply lack with quality and are outsiders in group A. They're in the transitional period with some mix of veteran players and a number of under-21 who make the step to the first team. If there's anything good, public expectations are very low and Bilek's lads will be totally relaxed and focused.

Czech Republic's Outlook

Lucky even to reach the play-offs after a controversial penalty got them a draw in Scotland. The Czechs look a shadow of the side that lit up Euro 96 and Euro 2004 and it would be a major shock were they to get out of anything but the kindest of groups.

Czech Republic's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1960 Third place, 1976 Euro Cup Champion, 1980 Third Place, 1996 Finalist, 2000 - Eliminated Round 1, 2004 Semi-Finalist, 2008 Eliminated Round 1

Poland Euro 2012 Preview

Group: A
Coach: Franciszek Smuda

Poland's Strengths

Home Field Advantage is strength number 1. Only one time in modern history has the home side not passed through to the knock out rounds.

Poland coach Franciszek Smuda is considered a great coach. He has lead German teams in the past with a great degree of success.

Offensively, Dortmund stars Jakub Blaszczykowski and Robert Lewandowski can put this team in some good positions. The Polish captain Blaszczykowsi is an experienced attacker and has over 126 professional appearances in Germany. Polish striker Lewandowski scored 14 goals in Bundesliga this season and should cause some troble for opposing defenses. These two can combo up to give Poland some firepower.

Defensively, England's Arsenal's goalie Szczesny and another German Dortmund's player - right back Lukasz Piszczek add world class quality to the Polish back end.

Poland's Weaknesses

Poland did not have to qualify. This is a team that has not really been pushed hard under must win circumstances. Recent friendly losses to Germany and Italy are not confidence builders despite their win versus Argentina earlier in the year.

Defense is a concern. Besides great goal keeping and one strong outside back in Piszczek, the central defense is suspect at best and un-solidified as the opening games approach.

Depth is an issue. Outside of a decent starting 11 there is not a lot in terms of re-enforcements. The tough Euro Cup schedule or injuries could take its toll here.

Poland's Outlook

Poland is no stranger to world class competition and is a regular in the World Cup. They still have only qualified for 1 Euro Cup in 2008 and were bounced in the group stage.

A decent draw and home field advantage should give the Polish a chance to do a bit better this time around. As history has dictated for Euro Cup home teams, Poland should get out of the first round. After that it gets precarious fast as they will most likely be matched up versus Holland or Germany to get to the Quarter Finals.

Poland's Previous Euro Cup Performances: 2008 Eliminated Round 1

Greece Euro 2012 Preview

Group: A
Coach: Fernando Santos

Greece's Strengths

Santos has tried to inject young talent in Panathinaikos' striker Sotiris Ninis. Greece also has some solid veteran players in Captain Giorgos Karagounis and supporting cast Kostas Katsouranis and Theofanis Gekas from the 2004 Euro Cup Championship team.

The defense features Olympiacos star Vasilis Torosidis, and the Greek defense has good size and has demonstrated the ability to hold under pressure with a number of 1 goal margins in qualifiers.

One of the team's strengths lies in its set-pieces. They should be able to pick up some goals on free kicks and corners kicks.

Greece's Weaknesses

There is nothing real great about Greece from a soccer perspective. A lot of solid talent, but not a lot of star level talent.

Age is not on the Greeks side. They are relying on a veteran group of players from their 2004 Euro Cup campaign. Durability may be an issue in this wide open and physical group.

Greece has won the tournament in the past, but can they overcome the likes of Europe's top soccer squads again? This team is not bad, but also does not have the swagger of a team looking to go after their second title run.

Greece's Outlook

Greece could very well find themselves in the knock out stages with some momentum if they can slide past host country Poland in their first match. They have a decent draw for group play and success versus the home team will more than likely decide their fate early.

They have played well in qualifiers and rolled off a long string of victories under new coach Fernando Santos. Who knows, maybe another surprise run could see the Greeks to the finals a la their 2004 Championship campaign. More than likely a quarter finals appearance would be considered a successful 2012 tournament for the Greek side.

Greece's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1980 Eliminated Round 1, 2004 Euro Cup Champion, 2008 Eliminated Round 1

Ireland Euro 2012 Preview

Group: C
Coach: Giovanni Trapattoni

Ireland's Strengths

Coach Giovanni Trapattoni has plenty of experience in big competition and one of the reasons Ireland is in this Euro 2012 to begin with. He intends to keep it ugly. Ugly games mean Irish results. They need to make it inhospitable out there for opponents with hard defense and a compact midfield.

Irish goal keeping is usually staunch with Shay Given in the net. To add to that, Aston Villa duo Richard Dunne and Robbie Keane provide a lot of playing experience and some world class quality to the Irish squad.

Ireland's Weaknesses

Age is issue number 1. Their potential strengths are also their potentially biggest weaknesses. Goalie Shay Given is 35 years old and he's been showing some signs of slowing down. Attacking midfielder Robbie Keane did well in qualifiers, but he doesn't have real support in the front line.

Depth is also an issue, apart from 3 players with deep international experience; Ireland is a team filled with question marks.

Ireland's Outlook:

They made this years' Euro Cup with hard play and gritty wins. To make it to the knock out rounds in this tournament will take a monumental effort and anything past round 1 would be a success for the Irish side.

Ireland's Previous Euro Cup Performances: 1988 Eliminated Round 1.

Sweden Euro 2012 Preview

Group: D
Coach: Erik Hamren

Sweden's Strengths

Their biggest strength is also their biggest Weaknesses. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is one of the world's leading goal scorers and Sweden will live or die by his play. Injury or card suspension could affect the notoriously hot headed Swedish striker, and there is no real replacement for him.

Hamren's formations depend on Ibrahimovic. The whole scheme loses effect with him off the pitch.

Dressing room atmosphere is not always the best for the Swedes. This can have a negative effect on the supporting Swedish players.

Sweden's Outlook

Sweden seems to step it up in large scale international competition. Their 31 goals in qualifiers demonstrated that this Swedish side is looking to bring offensive action to the tournament. If the Ukraine can create problems for group foes England or France, Sweden could end up the biggest beneficiary. A quarter-finals appearance would be a complete success for the Swedish Squad.

Sweden's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1992 Semi-Finalist, 2000 Eliminated Round 1, 2004 Quarter-Finalist, 2008 Eliminated Round 1.

Denmark Euro 2012 Preview

Group: B
Coach: Morten Olsen

Denmark's Strengths

Denmark fields a very sound team. Their coach and former Danish National Team captain Morten Olsen gives them a chance to be competitive versus most opponents. Under his guidance for the last 11 years they have regularly qualified for major world tournaments.

The Danish team is well balanced and has some experienced players. The defense does have some world class attributes in goal keeper Sorensen and central defenders Agger and Kjaer from Liverpool and Roma.

Midfielder Christian Eriksen is expected to be a world class talent. The 19 year old Ajax playmaker has already commanded the attention of Europe's largest clubs.

Denmark's Weaknesses

The team has some age to it, and even though they have performed well over the last decade, they have not managed any major results with the current roster.

The Defense is a little beat up and lacks true definition on the flanks. Their ability to respond to the rigorous Euro Cup schedule could be a make or break situation for them in the back.

Denmark is relying on 19 year old Eriksen's talent at midfield to carry the day. That is a lot to ask of a young player in this setting. His supporting staff is aging and could create problems in mid-field continuity.

Nicklas Bendtner is the only true threat around the goal. He will need to work well with Eriksen coming out of the counter for the Danish to get results.

Denmark's Outlook

Not good at all. Denmark faces too tough of a draw for any second tier European side. Of course anything can happen, but realistically, it will take a minor miracle for them to see the knock out rounds.

Denmark's Previous Euro Cup Performances

1964 Semi Finalist, 1984 Semi Finalist, 1988 Eliminated Round 1, 1992 Euro Cup Champion, 1996 Eliminated Round 1, 2000 Eliminated Round 1, 2004 Quarter-Finalist.