Sun, Nov 13, 12:46pm by Head Editor
European Champions Portugal, lost to 14th-ranked Switzerland in their opening world cup qualifier in September to start their campaign on the wrong foot. They have since been able to bounce back and have managed to string together two consecutive victories since then, including their last start 6-0 demolition of the Faroe Islands.
Two other nations that have a rich footballing history, Belgium and the Netherlands are also expected to breeze through their match day four contests.
The Dutch are $1.10 away in Luxembourg ($17) and the Belgian’s are even shorter at $1.05 when they host Estonia. It’s important for both teams to get a result of course but especially Holland, who currently sit in third place in group A, a tough group that is currently topped by France, with Sweden sitting second.
Belgium have made a good start to their qualifying campaign with three straight wins over Cyrpus, Bosnia and Herzegovnia and Gibraltar respectively, those three wins coming without conceding a single goal.
Those three games are providing very little value so as we always aim to do at www.australiangambling.lv, we’ve managed to find some value for you elsewhere on the final day of matchday four.
The Bulgaria versus Belarus contest provides just that with both of these sides capable of scoring goals. Young Belarus midfielder Pavel Savitski has netted three goals in his first five international games and looks in good form at the moment. The odds of $4 for him to score at any time against Bulgaria represents good value.
Especially considering that Luxembourg, who are ranked 130th in the world, managed three goals the last time Bulgaria played a home qualifier back in September. The $2.16 for over 2.5 total match goals looks good to me.
In Group B, Hungary ($1.02) host Andorra ($61), needing the three points after winning only one of their first three games. Striker Ádám Szalai will be looking to add to his tally of three goals already in this campaign.
The leaders of that group are Switzerland who have a perfect nine points from nine and are looking to keep their record unblemished as they square off with lowly, Faroe Islands at the Swissporarena in Lucerne, Switzerland.
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