World Cup 2006 Betting Information Site Launched – WorldCupAdvice.com Gives Bettors an Edge

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WorldCupAdvice.com provides bettors worldwide with all the information they need to gain an edge for betting on the biggest sporting event on the planet: the World Cup. From how-to-bet guides and bookie reviews, to in-depth, up-to-the minute odds, injuries, and predictions, WorldCupAdvice.com has something for all punters, from the recreational gambler to the seasoned pro.

The most watched sporting event in the world is ready to kick off on June 9th and betting turnover worldwide is expected to reach record levels. WorldCupAdvice.com was developed in anticipation of this quadrennial extravaganza to help bettors gain an advantage over their arch-enemies: the bookies. It has already begun to establish itself as a leading soccer information site.

World Cup betting is bigger than the Super Bowl and March Madness combined. Nonetheless, many active bettors who don’t regularly follow soccer are at a significant disadvantage when competing against the professional oddsmakers at the sportsbooks. WorldCupAdvice.com hopes to level the playing field by providing punters with the information they need to increase their chances of winning more bets.

Information on WorldCupAdvice.com includes a how-to guide on soccer betting and online bookmaker reviews to help bettors choose a safe and reputable bookie. But the site isn’t just for beginners. Also included are up-to-the-minute odds, injuries, rosters, weather and other factors that can influence a game, plus match previews and original content like professionally-written news and opinion pieces. Football fans and punters alike can access team profiles, historical World Cup statistics and chat in WorldCupAdvice’s lively discussion forum. Bettors who don’t have time to research the games themselves can sign up for the World Cup Advice Newsletter and get expert analysis and predictions on each game.

Those who are statistically inclined will love WorldCupAdvice’s exclusive stats data. It provides extensive information on each team and player in the World Cup, including how goals were scored (free kick, header, volley, etc.), disciplinary records and even goalkeeper statistics. Data is also available on domestic soccer leagues, including the Premiership, Serie A, Primera Liga and Bundesliga, among many others. All statistical information is available in PDF format as a free download, allowing punters to research player and team performances leading up to the 2006 World Cup.

Finally, as an added bonus for the punters, WorldCupAdvice.com lists several free bets and promotional offers from trusted online bookmakers.

Visit http://www.WorldCupAdvice.com now.

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