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Brazil Vs South Africa

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BRAZIL VS SOUTH AFRICA CONFEDERATIONS CUP BETTING TIPSJune 25, 2009 - A.J Ryder���If you're betting on today's 2009 Confederations Cup clash between Brazil and South Africa, you should check out William Hill because they've got a stellar promotion for new and existing customers.

Simply make a �20 single bet on the outright 90 minutes market and you'll get a free �5 bet for the live correct score market- How's that for a solid deal? With Brazil at 2/7 dropping �20 on them is hardly a shot in the dark and once they start running up the score, you'll be thanking the money gods for that free �5.

WILLIAM HILL HAS A BET ONE GET ONE FREE PROMO FOR THIS MATCH!South Africa carries a price of 11/1 and the draw has increased to 4/1 from 7/2.

The lowest-price correct score is 2-0 to Brazil at 9/2 but I think that the margin could be more than that if Brazil are firing on all cylinders.

We know that upsets can happen in the Confederations Cup (see: yesterday) but I'm unsure if lightning will strike twice in the same place.

3-0 to Brazil pays 13/2 while 3-1 Brazil pays 9/1.

The Bofana Bofana are 16/1 to secure a 1-0 victory and 66/1 to match the United States score of 2-0.

If they score three goals or more and win, you're looking at 100/1.

The Samba Boys to win both halves pays out at a generous 8/11 and Draw/Brazil pays 3/1.

Brazil/South Africa is the big payout at 66/1.

South Africa can also be backed at 11/2 on a draw no bet.

Brazil's price is a microscopic 1/16.

Over 2 goals is listed at an odds-on price of 8/13 compared to under 2 which is listed at 16/5.

Exactly 2 goals is 14/5.

Luis Fabiano is the likely first goalscorer at 10/3 and he also carries an anytime price of 4/5.

He is 20/1 to hit a hat trick.

Kaka is 9/2 first and last and 6/5 anytime, the same odds as Manchester City's Robinho.

Chelsea target Alexandre Pato is 5/1 first and last and he carries a 5/4 anytime price.

Kleberson (remember him?) is somehow on this team and he's listed at 20/1 first and last and 7/1 anytime.

Thembinkosi Fanteni is 11/2 anytime and 14/1 first and last.

Katlego Mashego is listed at an identical price, as is Bernard Parker.

Katlego Mphela is 16/1 first and last and 6/1 anytime.

Everton's Steven Pienaar is 25/1 first and last and 8/1 anytime.

This one could easily go down 4-0 or 4-1 Brazil, but I am definitely backing the South Africans to put up a good fight and put points on the board.

3-2 Brazil or even 3-2 South Africa is not out of the question.

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