There’s a solid selection of European World Cup qualifiers to flick through this Wednesday.
We’ve whittled it down to three, as we piece together a 12/1 Acca of the Day:
- Greece v Sweden – BTTS
- Belgium to beat Belarus to nil
- Gareth Bale to score twice v Estonia
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Wednesday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Greece v Sweden – BTTS
The BTTS has rolled in across eight of Greece’s last 10 outings and five of Sweden’s last seven.
Despite being separated by six points in Group B, both sides are still unbeaten – Sweden with three wins and Greece with three draws – and there is a sense that the Greeks can hold their own in Athens.
It feels wise to avoid the winners market here and plump for both sides to find the net.
Belgium to beat Belarus to nil
Six of Belgium’s last eight wins have come accompanied by a clean sheet and it seems unlikely that Belarus will be the team to breach Roberto Martinez’s defence.
Georgi Kondratiev’s side have lost their last four on the spin and will be wary of a repeat of their 8-0 drubbing by Belgium in Heverlee back in March.
Belarus won’t even be able to rely on home comforts with Wednesday’s meeting taking place in Kazan, Russia.
Expect a canter for the Red Devils.
Gareth Bale to score twice v Estonia
Gareth Bale is cementing his legacy as Wales’ best ever player.
The Real Madrid star bagged a hat-trick against Belarus at the weekend and continues to spearhead this Welsh attack with authority.
Estonia have tasted defeat to Belgium and Northern Ireland this week leaking six goals – Wales have the minerals to punish them further, with Bale taking a starring role.