The odds on Holland to win the 2010 World Cup have continued to drop in recent days and supporters were given a boost today with the news that Arjen Robben is determined to play a part in the finals .
Despite a small tear to his hamstring , Robben has confirmed that he will undergoe intensive treatment in order to play a role in the 2010 World Cup.
Dutch coach Bert van Marwijk has also confirmed ahead of an official statement later today from the Dutch FA that he does not intend to call up a replacement for Robben .
Holland were unbeaten in qualifying and have remained in great form beating Hungary 6-1 on Saturday and bookmakers are now running for cover as punters have latched onto their chances .
Group E looks a comfortable section for the Dutch and they are now a best priced 4/7 with Boylesports .
Meanwhile in outright betting for the World Cup Holland are now best priced 10/1 with William Hill having been 14/1 only a few weeks ago .
The Dutch campaign kicks off on June 14th against Cameroon .