Betting Tips

13/1 Acca of the Day: Thursday November 11


And just like that… the International break is upon us once again.

To cure your footballing woes we’ve put our focus towards the European World Cup Qualifiers on Thursday, as we try and dodge the minefield of potential dead-rubbers!

It’s a healthy 13/1 shot today with this treble tickling our fancy:

  • Germany -4 handicap v Liechtenstein
  • North Macedonia to beat Armenia
  • Slovenia to beat Slovakia

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Thursday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Germany -4 handicap v Liechtenstein

Germany are safe at the top of their qualification group, cantering towards the World Cup without really breaking a sweat.

Liechtenstein – as to be expected – are toast, gathering just the one point across their eight qualifiers.

The Germans only won this reverse fixtures 2-0, but we are expecting a healthy, hungry squad from Die Mannschaft ready to impress in Wolfsburg.

-4 looks a safe enough handicap to plonk on the hosts.

North Macedonia to beat Armenia

Both sides are still within a big shot of sneaking second spot in their qualification group, but three points is a must on Thursday evening.

North Macedonia are averaging just shy of two goals a game in their group and can take plenty of positives from their campaign.

Armenia simply don’t score enough, meaning backing the away side to get the W holds value.

Slovenia to beat Slovakia

Neighbours and rivals Slovakia and Slovenia go head-to-head on Thursday night in Trnava fighting for nothing but national pride.

They’ve both been beaten to the qualification punch by Russia and Croatia in a testing group.

Slovakia and Slovenia have shared 1-0 wins and a 1-1 draw in their last three meetings, but the form of Josip Ilicic sees us edge towards the visitors.

Ilicic has bagged seven in his last nine for club and country and will be confident of adding to this tally against a Slovakian defence that is leaking a goal a game at home.

Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.