Betting Tips

29/1 Acca of the Day: Friday November 12

We fell painfully short in Thursday’s World Cup Qualifying Acca, but we’re back for a second bite of the cherry on Friday.

We’re expecting a tight Italian tussle and San Marino to hang tough-ish:

Check out our treble here:

  • Austria to beat Israel
  • Italy v Switzerland Under 2.5 goals
  • San Marino +3 handicap v Hungary

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Friday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Israel to beat Austria 

Austria’s chances of World Cup qualification are dead and buried, and they’ll be fearful of Israel’s trip on Friday.

The hosts got tucked in 5-2 in September’s meeting in Haifa, with Israel racing to a 3-0 lead after 33 minutes.

Austria are far from prolific in front of goal and the away win looks to be where the value lies.

Italy v Switzerland Under 2.5 goals

Italy are Switzerland are both safe in pole position and second on the grid, but in what order will they finish in the race to the World Cup?

Both have remained unbeaten so far in the group, but neither side has displayed too many fireworks against the also-rans of Bulgarian, Northern Ireland, and Lithuania.

We’re expecting neither team to overly commit their hands on Friday in a low-scoring affair.

San Marino +3 handicap v Hungary

Fine, San Marino will be handed a defeat here, but Hungary aren’t in good enough form to rub their noses in it.

Hungary won this reverse fixture 3-0 back in March and only snuck past Andorra 2-1 at home.

Their dreams of qualification are crushed and a lifeless display in Budapest is expected.

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