Online Sports Betting Giant Bodog Posts Odds on World Cup Final

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Online Betting Leader has posted the odds on the FIFA World Cup Final. Sports betting, online poker and online casino games at Bodog sportsbook.

After one month of scintillating soccer action, millions of soccer fans around the world will be tuning in to Sunday's FIFA World Cup final to see which team will be crowned champion. Online gaming giant has posted the odds.

France will take on Italy in what promises to be a fantastic affair. Les Bleus last hoisted the World Cup Trophy in 1998; the Azzurri last captured the honors in 1982. Ironically, the two nations recently competed for hardware on the continental stage, as France knocked off Italy 2-1 in an extra-time thriller at the 2000 European Championships. Sunday's World Cup final promises to be an equally engaging match.

"This year's World Cup action has exceeded our wildest expectations," says Calvin Ayre, Founder and CEO of "We saw some heavy betting on the quarterfinals, semifinals, and we expect this trend to continue as we roll into this weekend's finals. With the style, passion and sportsmanship demonstrated throughout all of these games, it is easy to see why this tournament is one of the most exciting sports spectacles in the world."

A France-Italy finale was a far-fetched notion at the commencement of the World Cup. Right before the tournament kicked off on June 9th, bookmakers had listed the French and Italians to win the World Cup at 13/1 odds and 15/2 odds, respectively.

Both teams have, however, earned their place in the final. The Italians have been remarkably consistent throughout the tournament and France rallied after a mediocre start. Special attention will be paid to French captain Zinedine Zidane, who is set to retire from football at the end of the tournament.

With a massive North American fan base watching live, has posted its odds for the final match between France and Italy:

France +200
Italy +150
Draw +180

For bettors looking to wager on Saturday's game with Portugal taking on the home team Germany, has posted the odds. FIFA World Cup, Germany 2006 - Third Place:

Portugal +380
Germany -143
Draw +245

Among its many offerings, also includes a poker room, a racebook and a casino. 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 BodogNation (an online magazine) and Bodog Beat (a blog).

About Morris Mohawk Gaming Group

Morris Mohawk Gaming Group is located on the Kahnawake Reserve outside of Montreal, Canada, and is licensed there to offer gaming services from Kahnawake to users worldwide. Morris Mohawk Gaming Group is led by noted Canadian sportsman and First Nations' leader Alwyn Morris. The Bodog brand is operated for gaming in North America by Morris Mohawk Gaming Group under License. For more information please see

About Bodog

Bodog, with its head office located in Antigua, is licensed in the United Kingdom and Antigua. Bodog Entertainment Founder Calvin Ayre, recognized as a world authority on branding in digital entertainment, was featured on the cover of Forbes magazine's best-selling 2006 "Billionaires" issue. Bodog ( offers a host of entertainment services, comprising: online gaming which includes Poker, Casino and a host of other gaming products; an international record label, Bodog Music; a million-dollar band search competition and accompanying TV series, Bodog Battle; a publishing division (with an online magazine, Bodog Nation, and blog, Bodog Beat; and an international television division, Bodog TV which produces reality series, such as Bodog Fight and Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker. For more information, contact Media Relations at                                                                            
BODOG is a registered trademark. All Rights Reserved. Bodog Gaming is operated in North America under License by Morris Mohawk Gaming Group.

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