Two teams of the highest pedigree add to what is set up to be one the best international fixtures of this tournament as group B gets underway with Spain facing Uruguay in what on paper looks to be the toughest tie for both in this group. The betting obviously sees Spain as the favourite as bets fly in on the World and European champions to take a morale boosting win, even the best predictors amongst us find it hard to oppose them, and a look at their recent performances tells you exactly why. Will they have the bragging right come the final whistle?
Spain as is usually the case these days are the form side of the two having not lost a fixture since November 2011. Uruguay meanwhile head into this tournament in a state of turmoil, and they are currently in a very bad position in the South American standings for the upcoming World Cup. As you would expect plenty of bets will be placed on the World and European champions to easily take the victory as they look to keep momentum going ahead of what will no doubt be a successful Confederations cup campaign, the last time these two me, the highlights reel shows that the game ended in a 3-1 win for the Spanish, with Pedro proving to be the difference between the two sides. Predictions have flown in from all over the UK that they will once again confirm the odds and take the three points against a Uruguay side currently struggling home and away. Fancy Spain to once again claim victory and confirm what the history books already tell us? Open a new account today and have you new account free bet on the Spainish repeating the 3-1 score line from February.
Spain as has been the norm for many years now have done what Spain do best; win games. Having dropped only one point so far in their quest to reach the World Cup finals in Brazil, they know more than most how to get the job done and with players like Fabregas, Iniesta and Alba they will always be a threat. With them once again the favourites to hold this the trophy aloft come the summer of 2013, another win here in will see them all but safely through to the main event and with the lesser sides in their group coming up. From top to bottom this side oozes class wherever you look and with what looks like an endless procession of talent popping up all the time, it will certainly take something huge from Uruguay to dislodge the champions from the top of their perch. With bets available on every market you could possibly imagine, there's no better place for all of your betting needs as Spain head to Brazil looking to add to their ever expanding trophy cabinet.