World Cup finalists betting

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Sky Bet are offering 5/4 for Spain and Holland to meet in the 2010 World Cup final on Sunday.

Bookmaker offers odds on who will reach the World Cup betting final

Sky Bet are offering 5/4 for Spain and Holland to meet in the 2010 World Cup final on Sunday. In-form Germany are 13/8 to meet Holland in online bookmaker's World Cup betting markets. Holland take on the surprise package Uruguay in the first of the semi-finals and it's 4/6 for Bert van Marwijk's side to win in 90 minutes (9/2 Uruguay and 13/5 Draw). It's 2/7 for the Dutch to qualify with the South Americans 5/2 to progress into the final. Wednesday sees the 15/8 favourites to lift the World Cup Spain take on Germany for a place in the final. It's 13/8 for Spain to overcome Germany in 90 minutes (7/4 Germany and 11/5 Draw) and 4/5 for Vicente del Bosque's men to qualify (evens Germany qualify through to the final).

Shoot-out

It's 4/5 for both semi-finals to be decided in normal time and 33/1 that both matches go to a penalty shoot-out. Having already scored a total of five goals already, the current World Cup top scorer David Villa is the 4/9 favourite to claim the Golden Boot. The Spanish striker is also the 5/2 favourite to be the World Cup Golden Ball winner. Wesley Sneijder is the 3/1 second favourite to be named Player of the Tournament, while Germany's Bastian Schweinsteiger is 4/1 and his captain Philipp Lahm is 6/1. For Sky Bet's latest World Cup betting markets, click here.

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