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Simon Hopper previews the World Cup top scorer market and thinks a couple of South American strikers offer the best value. Get all the best World Cup betting at easyodds.com.

FIFA has said it will scrap plans for a minimum of six “home-grown” players in clubs’ starting line-ups.

The so-called “6+5” rule had been expected to be brought in by 2012 but has now been abandoned.

FIFA, at its congress in South Africa ahead of the World Cup kick-off, said it will now look at “other eligibility” options.

The 6+5 rule has on numerous occasions been described as illegal by the European Union and was rejected by the European Parliament on 9 May 2008.

Simon Hopper previews the World Cup top scorer market and thinks a couple of South American strikers offer the best value. Get all the best World Cup betting at easyodds.com.

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