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  • Bodog.com Posts Odds on 2006 FIFA World Cup Quarterfinals

    Friday, June 30th, 2006 by Mike

The action continues to heat up in Germany, where the summer’s largest sporting event has hit the quarterfinal stage. As always, Bodog.com has posted the odds.

The 2006 FIFA World Cup is down to the “elite eight” – Germany, Argentina, Italy, Ukraine, England, Portugal, Brazil and France – as the month-long tournament moves into its third round.

As has been the case with all World Cup games to date, the Bodog.com Sportsbook is offering a variety of lines, futures and innovative player and team props covering all the action from Germany.

“The round of 16 provided some excellent play, compelling storylines and notable upsets,” says Bodog.com Founder and CEO Calvin Ayre. “We’re excited to provide wagering options that align themselves with the world’s biggest sporting event, and equally excited to watch the quarterfinal round.”

On Friday, the host Germans will square off against Argentina , who needed extra time to dispose of Mexico in the round of 16. In the other Friday game, Italy will take on the surprising Ukrainians, who are making their inaugural World Cup appearance a memorable one with their storybook quarterfinal run.

Saturday action includes what many perceive to be the marquee game of the round – Brazil versus France in a rematch of the 1998 World Cup Final. Saturday morning, all eyes will be on the England-Portugal game, a rematch from the 2004 European Championship quarterfinals, which Portugal won via penalty shootout.

Please visit http://www.bodog.com/welcome/858861/sportsbook for all the latest odds, props and futures on the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Among its many offerings, Bodog.com also includes a poker room, a racebook and a casino. Bodog.com has an international record label (Bodog Music), an international television division that produces television content around the world, and a publishing division that produces both Bodog Nation (an online magazine) and Bodog Beat (a blog).




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