International football dominates the Price Boost coupon this midweek with England the beneficiaries of the boosting treatment from Ladbrokes.
Back Roy Hodgson’s men to win at Wembley and include them in an five-fold accumulator or bigger from our special Price Boost coupon and you will get the Three Lions at odds of 10/11 from 8/13 to beat Denmark.
England’s last two performances at Wembley have left a lot to be desired after defeats to both Chile and Germany.
Denmark will also be a tough proposition at the home of football after going five games without a defeat but we are backing the Three Lions to get back to winning ways against Morten Olsen’s side.
England went 12 games unbeaten at Wembley before the two defeats at the end of last year and with the Hodgson’s men boosted to 10/11 from 8/13 as part of the Price Boost coupon they can make it a profitable night for Ladbrokes customers.
There’s something about international friendlies which does not appeal to Cameroon, who have not scored a goal in their last six non-competitive matches.
Portugal, who are unbeaten in their last five matches at home, can take full advantage against a side who have won just once in 13 matches on the road in all competitions.
The Dutch may have drawn their last three friendly internationals but they can get back to winning ways against a French side with a poor record in this type of fixture.
A 6-0 win over Australia aside, Didier Deschamps’ men have lost three of their last five non-competitive fixtures and Holland can use this to their advantage at the Stade de France.
The two sides England tasted defeat against in November clash in Stuttgart and we are backing Germany to come out on top.
Whatever side Joachim Löw chooses to put out he has an abundance of talent in his squad and they should prove too strong for a side who have just two wins in their last 13 friendlies away from home.
Martin O’Neill’s reign as Republic of Ireland boss continues against a Serbia side unbeaten in their last five fixtures in all competitions.
Despite Ljubinko Drulović’s side’s good recent form, we are backing Ireland to continue their unbeaten start to life under the O’Neill and Roy Keane partnership.
Ireland have picked up three straight victories in friendly internationals at the Aviva Stadium and look good value to continue that run.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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