2010 World Cup Quarter Final Fixtures and Odds

The Netherlands and Brazil will begin the Quarter Finals of the 2010 World Cup at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, South Africa on Saturday 3rd July at 12:00am AEST or midnight Friday night Melbourne time.

Two matches will be played on the first day with the Ururguay and Ghana match to be held at Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg at the later time of 4:30am AEST.

The Argentina and Germany game at 12:00am AEST on Sunday July 4th at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town is creating plenty of interest for football fans around the world, while Paraguay and Spain will meet in the fourth and final knockout match at 4:30am on the same day at Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg.

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Saturday July 3rd – 12:00am

1 X 2
Netherlands Netherlands $4.00 $3.25 $2.00 Brazil Brazil
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth – 12:00am

Saturday July 3rd – 4:30am

1 X 2
Uruguay Uruguay $2.10 $3.10 $3.75 Ghana Ghana
Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg – 4:30am

Sunday July 4th – 12:00am

1 X 2
Argentina Argentina $2.30 $3.20 $3.20 Germany Germany
Green Point Stadium, Cape Town – 12:00am

Sunday July 4th – 4:30am

1 X 2
paraguay Paraguay $7.50 $3.50 $1.50 Spain Spain
Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg – 4:30am

The two Semi-Final matches will take place on Wednesday July 7th and Thursday July 8th at 4:30am AEST melbourne time.

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