Tuesday’s football schedule serves up a selection of international matches and FA Cup first round replays, so it should be an entertaining night across the continent. We’re looking to land a huge early week winner thanks to the BTTS & Win market.
We’ve picked three team to all win their respective matches, but think the losing teams in all three games will find the target too. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for the massive winner.
Morecambe V Dagenham
In the FA Cup, League Two rivals Morecambe and Dagenham meet at the Globe Arena with hopes of progressing to a second round match against Whitehawk. The winner will therefore be fancied to reach the potentially lucrative third round, and we should expect plenty of drama at the Globe Arena.
As far as the league is concerned, Dagenham are in real trouble and currently sit rock bottom with just nine points from a possible 48. Ten of their 17 goals have come on the road, however, so Wayne Burnett’s men can be optimistic about finding the target.
Meanwhile, Jim Bentley’s men will be in good confidence after winning their last match against Rochdale in the JPT. With the likes of Tom Barkhuizen, Paul Mullin and Shaun Mullin all scoring goals, there’s no reason to doubt their attacking prowess. Nevertheless, it’s hard to overlook the fact the hosts have leaked
Last weekend’s league fixture was postponed due to international call-ups, meaning both teams will be fresh. That should hopefully lead to a game of goals. On this occasion, though, we’ve got to fancy the Shrimps.
BTTS & Morecambe Win @ 13/5
Austria V Switzerland
Marcel Koller’s Austria were magnificent in qualifying for next summer’s tournament in France, and they’ll be eager to end 2015 on a positive note as they welcome Switzerland to the Ernst-Happel Stadion. However, they shouldn’t expect things all their own way against their fellow Euro 2016 participants.
The hosts won nine of their 10 qualifying matches, scoring an impressive 22 goals. If they can get the ball to David Alaba and Marc Janko, there’ll be no doubts about their chances of scoring here – especially as we saw Switzerland’s defensive frailties on multiple occasions in qualifying.
However, the visitors are a decent outfit and the attacking strength of Eren Derdiyok and Xerdan Shaqiri should see them score for a 12th match in 13. Whether that’ll be enough to see them avoid defeat remains to be seen.
We’d fancy a 2-1 or 3-1 win for the hosts. So the odds of 15/4 for this selection cannot be ignored.
BTTS & Austria Win @ 15/4
Italy V Romania
Another two teams that will continue their Euro 2016 preparations on Tuesday night are Italy and Romania. Both teams will be eager to end 2015 on a high, and there’s every reason to think this can be a decent contest.
The visitors enter the clash in pretty strong form thanks to a 14 game unbeaten streak. The trip to Bologna will be a step up in quality, though, for Anghel Iordanescu’s men, so this could well be the end of their run.
Having said that, this Italian defence isn’t as strong as you might think. They’ve conceded in each of their last three international fixtures while they enter this match on the back of Friday’s 3-1 loss in Belgium.
Nevertheless, Gli Azzurri should have enough quality to win on home soil. Antonio Conte will expect a big response from the likes of Graziano Pelle and Eder. On the balance of things, we expect them to provide it.
BTTS & Italy Win @ 4/1
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