We may have only just recovered from the last time December 25th rolled around but I’ve got news for you: Christmas is coming extra early this year.
It’s all thanks to our latest international friendly accumulator which looks a gift at odds of just over 8/1 and also features … Turkey.
Their most recent Euro 2016 qualifier in Montenegro may have been abandoned but Russia will be well-rested for this game and have something of a point to prove after recent results. Kazakhstan lost 3-0 at home to Iceland last time out and went down 6-0 in their last meeting with Russia.
Unfortunate to go down 1-0 to Spain on Friday, Ukraine should bounce back against lowly Latvia – a side that has gone five games without a victory. Ukraine have also lost just one of their last 13 home games and will be expected to see off a Latvia side that travels poorly.
Something of a banker given Luxembourg’s status as European minnows/whipping-boys, Turkey were unlucky not to leave Holland with all three points over the weekend, eventually drawing 1-1 with the Oranje. It will be a very different story this Tuesday.
One of the form teams of the qualification process so far, Austria are being backed to make light work of a Bosnia side still showing some signs of a World Cup hangover. The hosts have lost just one of their last eight at home while the visitors have won one of their last five on the road.
With a hotly-contested match likely to play out, it’s Slovakia who look the more likely victors as the only team other than England to have a 100 per cent record in Euro 2016 qualifying. With the Czech Republic lucky to escape with a draw at home to Latvia last time out, it’s the hosts who look good.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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