Next stop, South Africa.
From the playing side of things very few question-marks are left to be answered as the final World Cup qualifiers come into focus. But that happily does not affect our chances at winning money as we look to swell our coffers with some more lolly.
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England’s match with Belarus is almost a total non-starter, with the game likely to only be memorable should the Three Lions unexpectedly screw-up in some form or another. That said, such England fixtures appear to be the bread and butter of Peter Crouch’s international career stats, with the beanpole striker notorious for banging in the goals against world football’s lesser lights.
Looking to cash in, we are staking two separate Â£2 bets on firstly Peter Crouch to score & England win (23/20) and a second Â£2 bet on Crouch to net a brace (13/2), in which winning tickets will produce a Â£4.30 and a Â£15 return respectively.
How do they always seem to peak at just the right time? After a year of unconvincing results, Germany have won their last five back-to-back, including Saturdayâ€™s crucial match in Russia. It may not have been pretty, but in typical fashion, Germany got the job done and now Joachim Loew is looking to put the final cherry on the cake by seeing his charges run over Finland in their final qualifier.
Although wholesale changes are expected the to German line-up, anything but a home win would be a major shock. As such, we are staking three separate Â£2 bets on Germany to win 2-nil (9/2), 3-nil (11/2) and 4-nil (8/1) in which each respective winning ticket will produce an Â£11, Â£13 or Â£18 return.