Tuesday night signals the end of a dramatic 2015 for international football, and we’re hoping to celebrate its climax in style with an impressive 11/2 Betfred treble on the BTTS market.
We’re backing six teams to all end the calendar year with a goal. While football might not be the main focus of the evening, it’s still set to be a great night on the pitch. We’re hoping that will show and help us to some early week profit.
Confidence is high after Saturday’s BTTS treble win. Come on!
Denmark V Sweden. 7:45PM
A late consolation in Stockholm on Saturday has given Morten Olsen’s men a lifeline as they look to overlook a 2-1 deficit against Sweden, and the Danes will certainly be eager to attack from the off in Copenhagen.
Denmark might not be the strongest outfit in the world, but they’ve got more than enough quality to score. The firepower of Christian Eriksen and Nicklas Bendtner should help them get amongst the goals on home turf. We’re just not sure it’ll be enough to bring the desired result.
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After all, Sweden have scored in four consecutive matches and will be looking to Zlatan Ibrahimovic to fire them to next summer’s tournament in France. With a number of quality midfielders in support, it would be surprising if Erik Hamren’s men were to fire a blank.
The Danes should score, but we still fancy the Swedes to progress.
BTTS Yes @ 10/11 with Betfred
Poland V Czech Republic. 7:45PM
Both Poland and the Czech Republic began their respective preparations for Euro 2016 in stunning style with comfortable wins on Friday night. And we’re predicting another big night for these two sides as they meet at the Stadion Mijeski.
In qualifying, Poland’s Robert Lewandowski outscored every other player with an incredible return of over one goal per game. The Bayern Munich star also scored twice against Iceland on Friday night and will be expected to lead his side to another good result here.
However, Poland do like to concede too. Their past five matches have ended in BTTS winners, which can also be said for four of the away side’s too. In fact, Pavel Vrba’s men will be equally optimistic about building momentum with a win and should be equally confident about goals.
Anything can happen in a friendly, but everything in this one suggests goals. That’s exactly where we’re placing our money.
BTTS Yes @ 5/6 with Betfred
England V France. 8PM
Following Friday’s tragic events, it goes without saying that football isn’t the most important thing about Tuesday’s match at Wembley. Nonetheless, both countries will be hoping to make progress as they continue their preparations for next summer’s tournament.
Both teams have plenty of quality. For England, the return of Wayne Rooney should bring a boost. Meanwhile, the injury to Michael Carrick could benefit the Three Lions as they’ll have to adopt a more direct approach. If Roy Hodgson’s men can unlock the pace of the attacking third, then they’ve got a great chance of scoring.
Les Bleus will be desperate to put on a great showing of solidarity, though. Didier Deschamps’s side boasts some very talented players in the form of Paul Pogba, Antoinne Greizmann and co. If their heads are focused, there’s no reason to believe they’ll struggle for goals.
Matters off the pitch are more important. But as far as on-field issues are concerned, a score draw wouldn’t be the worst result for either nation.
BTTS Yes @ 10/11 with Betfred
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