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Win BIG With Our World Cup Acca


With World Cup qualifiers taking centre stage and club football on hold, Freebets.com have selected an attractive accumulator with Ladbrokes with a bid to making huge profit for our customers.

Belgium v Gibraltar over 6.5  goals

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The first selection of our fourfold is for Belgium v Gibraltar to have over 6.5 match goals. Roberto Martinez’s side have already smashed eight goals past Estonia in a home qualifying match, while they put six away in Gibraltar last time these sides met. With more time to adapt to the Spaniard’s tactical approach, Belgium should dominate the lowly minnows once again on Thursday. At odds of 4/7 with most bookmakers, Belgium should be absolutely free-flowing at home and we firmly expect they will surpass the six goals they scored in the reverse fixture.

Cristiano Ronaldo to score first 

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Our second selection is for Cristiano Ronaldo to score first against the Faroe Islands for Portugal. The main man for club and country, Ronaldo’s goalscoring record speaks for itself. His international record is better than one goal every two games and a home match against the lowly ranked Faroe Islands offers CR7 a chance to build upon that. He scored in the 6-0 win last time these sides met and we believe he’s most likely to break the deadlock on Thursday. At a price of 6/4 for the world’s greatest players to score first, why not get on it?

England to win 5-0

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Nextly, we are looking at England’s trip to Malta on Friday night. Malta are bottom of their qualifying group with no possibility of qualifying for the World Cup, while England are currently top and looking to reaffirm their chances. The Falcons have already conceded five goals at home to Scotland in this campaign, so we’re opting for a dominant 5-0 England win. With 7/1 on offer at Ladbrokes, we believe this is very possible at a large price.

France to draw

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Our final selection is for the Netherlands to earn a draw away at France. The Oranje have improved drastically since Dick Advocaat took the management job from Danny Blind and France are currently sitting in second place behind Sweden in their qualifying group. France already slipped up against Sweden in their last competitive game, so they’re not free from blips. Netherlands must be competitive to stay in touching distance of second place and we believe they have the strength to grind out a point in France – odds of 11/4 finish this bet off.

Altogether, this bet offers goliath odds of 117.8/1 – a £10 bet on this acca could win you £1178.57 and would certainly make the international break a lot more interesting!