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Wednesday Euro World Cup Qualifiers Treble & Value Bets

Tuesday Euro World Cup Qualifiers Treble & Value Bets. We’ve created a lovely treble for Tuesday nights action.

Euro 2020 Betting

We have another round of World Cup qualifiers this week starting today with some interesting matches on the road to Qatar next year.

20:45 – England v Poland

England have had a pretty impressive record in qualifiers since Gareth Southgate took over, they’ve also had a great start to this qualifying campaign winning their first 2 games. Poland are second in Group I behind England on 4 points, which makes this an important game for both sides. This will be England’s toughest assignment so far, Mason Mount was a doubt for tonight but Gareth Southgate confirmed that he would be available for this game. Poland will be without their talisman in Robert Lewandowski which will make getting a win over the Three Lions even more difficult. The last time these two teams met England won 2-0 in a world cup qualifier in 2013.

England are a team in great form with great players in every position. With Harry Kane most likely to lead the line, you would back England to come out on top in this game.

Suggested Bet: England to win a 1.31

Value Bet: Kane to score first at 3.30

20:45 – Bosnia v France

Bosnia will have a tough task in trying to end their 10-game winless run when they take on reigning World Champions, France. The last time these two teams met was in 2011 in a Euro qualifier, the game ended 1-1. France drew their previous game against Ukraine and will be looking to get back to winning ways, they sit on top of Group D on 4 points while the Bosnians lie in 4th place. They will be relying on Edin Dzeko and Maralem Pjanic to win this game, the latter will become only the second player to reach 100 caps for Bosnia after Edin Dzeko.

Les Bleus will be without Anthony Martial and N’golo Kante who both suffered injuries in the previous game while Olivier Giroud and Kylian Mbappe are expected to return to the starting lineup. For Bosnia, the likes of Amer Gojak, Rade Krunic, Gojko Cimirot and Eldar Civic should all return to the starting lineup.

Bosnia would love to end their 10-game winless run but unfortunately, the French will have too much for them. I expect Didier Deschamps’ men to win this game comfortably.

Suggested Bet: Over 2.5 goals at 1.90

Value Bet: Over 3.5 goals at 3.25

20:45 – Austria v Denmark

Denmark are coming into this game in great form, they have lost just 1 of their last 9 matches in all competitions while Austria are unbeaten in their last 8 games. This has the makings of a quality football match with both teams in good form and both teams possessing good players.
The Danes sit on top of Group F on 6 points with Austria just behind them on 4 points. Denmark won the last meeting between the two sides 2-0 in an international friendly match in 2018.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Martin Braithwaite and Christian Eriksen all started the previous game on the bench which means that they will be fresh for this crucial encounter, Sasa Kalajdzic has been in fine form for Stuttgart and should retain his place up top alongside Marcel Sabitzer for Austria.

This is a game between two good teams which both have good players so it will be an interesting game that I expect to be tightly contested with Denmark nicking it by the odd goal.

Suggested Bet: Under 2.5 goals

Value Bet BTTS at 1.95 or Draw at 3.20

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