SPORTSBETTING. Online sportsbooks have released odds for the title game.Sports fans all over the world are less than 96 hours away from dealing with a painful withdrawal as World Cup 2010 wraps up. The Dutch earned a berth by defeating Uruguay in a 3-2 thriller in the semifinal, while the Spanish played their best game of the tourney in defeating the Germans 1-0. The Dutch have scored 12 goals, which is good enough for second amongst all the teams in this World Cup (Germany currently is the highest scoring team with 13). As a side note, Uruguay and Germany will play the third-place game on Saturday and sportsbooks have the Uruguayans listed as heavy +410 underdogs and the Germans as -188 faves with a Total of 2. Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder leads the squad with five goals, like Villa, but has had more support. Despite being listed as underdogs by sportsbooks, the Netherlands have come through to the final game boasting a nicely balanced manager Brian Taylor gave us some insight into the World Cup betting for the final, it’s been pretty even action so far, with 41% on Spain, 36% on the Netherland and 23% on the Draw after regulation option.5. The Spanish, however, have been slightly one-dimensional on their offensive attack. The Dutch have had the honor of going through South Africa 2010 without conceding a loss thus far (6-0-0 SU) but then the question is, will they finish with a perfect record or are they due for a loss? They have 4 Overs and 2 Unders to go with the six wins. On the other hand, goalkeeper Iker Casillas has been Glass Bottles brilliant, allowing only two goals and making 12 saves thus far. But there is one thing left to do crown a champion! All eyes will be on that championship game in Soccer City Stadium on Sunday, featuring the all European matchup between the Netherlands and have the Dutch at +198, while the Spaniards have been established as -111 favorites. In fact, looking at the World Cup odds heading into the 2010 tournament, Spain was the favorite to win it all at odds of +400.