Betting Slip Of The Day (31 Aug 2017)



France – Netherlands (Both to score + Over 2.5)

Although the French are the favourites in their group, they are currently in second place. Just behind Sweden, who have the same number of points but have a better goal difference and in the last game beat the French. French team will do everything not to make any hiccup in this game, but on the other hand they are playing against the Netherlands, who has only 3 points less than them.

Van Persie returned to the Netherland team. He and Sneijder have over 100 appearances in this team and there is also Robben who just returned after injury. This side should be able to score at least a goal.

In this game we predict a lot of goals, so we recommend both to score + Over 2.5.

Bulgaria – Sweden (Pick – Draw)

The Bulgarians had a very difficult group. They are in the group with France, the Netherlands and Sweden. After six rounds, the Swedes surprisingly hold first place with one defeat and one draw.

However, the Bulgarians are a team that often plays in big competitions and from the first two leading teams only shared 2 points. So far they have won 3 times and lost 3 times with a total of 9 goals scored. Surely, despite the heavyweight opponents, they have not yet given up their hopes for the World Cup. In view of this, Bulgaria will give her best in this game.

We anticipate a draw.

Luxembourg – Belarus (Pick – 2)

In the Group A match is the last and penultimate team that has only 6 points for now. Both teams are aware that they have nothing to do with the World Cup but will still have to play a few more matches until the end of their qualifications.

Luxembourg is definitely the team with the lowest quality in this group, but it is interesting that the only points they have won so far has been won against Belarus last year. Although it is only one point, it is difficult for Belarus to allow this to happen twice in a row.

We anticipate the victory of guests.

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