After landing Friday’s 13/1 Acca of the Day despite limited action, things are looking rosy ahead of Saturday’s attempt with a set of European World Cup qualifiers.
From Holland to Scotland, via Israel, we take a trip across the continent for value!
Check out our 11/1 shot here:
- Netherlands to beat Montenegro & over 3.5 goals
- Scotland to beat Moldova to nil
- Israel v Austria over 3.5
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Saturday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Netherlands to beat Montenegro & over 3.5 goals
The Louis van Gaal revolution is slowly kicking into gear in Holland, as Oranje welcome Montenegro for a World Cup qualifier.
The visitors have conceded five in a recent loss to Israel and draw against Turkey, but despite this, Montenegro will be content in going six unbeaten on the road.
We expect this to come to an end on Saturday, but not without drama.
Netherlands could easily be drawn into a high-scoring slug-fest in Eindhoven.
Scotland to beat Moldova to nil
Steve Clarke’s side are struggling for form of late – enter Moldova.
Roberto Bordin’s side have won one of their last 22 matches, shipping 16 in their last five.
Scotland are well organised at the back and shouldn’t be troubled by a team that has scored three in 13.
Israel v Austria over 3.5
We’ve seen four or more goals in Israel’s last five outings, as Willibald Ruttensteiner’s side yo-yo in form.
Austria’s results have been just as volatile as they take small crumbs of comfort from a competent European Championship.
Both sides will fancy taking all three points here, as we look forward to some end-to-end action in Haifa.