After England were in action on Friday night, Saturday may feel a bit quiet on the interest stakes, but with plenty more international action to come, there’s no need to get the Euro blues.
We’ve put together a trio we feel can deliver against their qualification rivals and add some extra coinage to your coffers at odds of 13/2.
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But for now we are sticking with these three…
Lars Lagerbeck’s side almost made it to the World Cup in Brazil, but fell at the final hurdle in the play-off. Since then, they’ve made it their mission to make the Euro’s.
Three wins in four, including a victory against the Netherlands will go some way towards that and they can continue that good run against a Kazakhstan side that have lost their last three competitive fixtures, conceding 10 goals in the process.
They will be without Gylfi Siggurdson, who has netted four goals in his last four competitive internationals, but with Strákarnir okkar not failing to score in 10 games, the goals could come from anywhere.
A draw against Croatia is the only mark on the Azzurri’s 100 per cent record since the World Cup. Since Antonio Conte has taken charge, Italy have been able to secure victories in both convincing fashion, as well as scraping home when necessary.
The world’s laziest footballer (according to our recent poll) Mario Balotelli has been left out of the squad for the away side, with Southampton’s Graziano Pelle continuing his late-blooming international career up top.
Opponents Bulgaria are winless in four, and having been held by Canada and Malta in recent weeks, should have nothing to trouble their visitors.
Much of the intrigue will be on whether Gareth Bale can put his well documented poor performances at club level behind him as Wales head to the Middle East.
But he will do well to dazzle against an Israeli side that are generally very good on their own patch.
Eli Guttmann’s side have only lost two of their last ten competitive fixtures at home, winning five, including victories against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Georgia, and are on a winning run of four straight games.
Chris Coleman’s men may be unbeaten in qualification so far, but the fact that they have lost two-thirds of their games outside Wales since 2010, that run looks set to end in Haifa.
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