World Cup qualifying always throws up some ‘David v Goliath ties’ so we’ve gone hunting for some value in three matches featuring some of European football’s minnows.
So read on to see Saturday’s 38/1 Acca of the Day.
- Serbia to beat Luxembourg & both teams to score
- Austria to beat the Faroe Islands & both teams to score
- Sweden to beat Kosovo & both teams to score
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Saturday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Serbia to beat Luxembourg & both teams to score
Serbia cruised to a 4-1 defeat over Luxembourg last month and they look set to do it once again and confirm their superiority in Group A.
But Luxembourg have scored in each of their four qualifiers to date while the Serbs have conceded in seven of their last eight internationals overall.
Austria to beat the Faroe Islands & both teams to score
Austria are in serious trouble in Group F after back-to-back defeats but they can wrap up three points in Torshavn with victory over the Faroes.
It wouldn’t be a shock to see the hosts get on the scoresheet though – the Faroes have scored in three of their last six, while the Austrians have conceded in all but one of their six Group F qualifiers.
Sweden to beat Kosovo & both teams to score
Sweden stuttered to a 2-1 defeat against Greece last time out but they can get back to winning ways in Group B with a comfortable victory over Kosovo.
The Swedes won the reverse fixture 3-0 but both teams have scored in the hosts’ last five matches, while Kosovo have also been amongst the goals – scoring in all but one of their last eight outings, including three of their last four qualifiers.