£5 on Tuesday’s WCQ acca could pay out a handsome £181
Victories for Wales and Italy on the cards
There’s another flurry of crucial World Cup Qualifying games on Tuesday evening, and that means another Coral News accumulator.
The team have put their heads together and produced a tempting five-fold on the action. If it comes good, a £5 bet would produce a tidy return of £181.85. Prices and returns correct at time of writing.
Here’s the selections in question, starting with Wales’ visit to Eastern Europe.
Wales to beat Moldova
The Dragons won the reverse fixture 4-0 back in September, and are unlikely to have any trouble against a Moldovan side whose last competitive win came back in October 2013.
Unbeaten in seven games, and having beaten Austria at the weekend, Coral News can’t see past a win for Chris Coleman’s men in Chisinau.
Iceland to beat Ukraine
Euro 2016’s surprise package Iceland sit a point behind the Ukrainians in Group I, but remain virtually unstoppable on home soil. Heimir Hallgrimsson’s men have won all three of their WCQ qualifiers in Reykjavik, including a 1-0 defeat of Croatia.
With Ukraine hit-and-miss on their travels, we fancy Strakarnir okkar to take advantage of their visitors’ long trip and secure maximum points at home once again.
Italy to beat Israel
Gli Azzurri breezed to a 3-1 victory in Israel with just 10 men in the last meeting, and the pair’s contrasting form since then points to a similarly easy win.
Italy have beaten the likes of Albania, Netherlands and Macedonia in the interim, while Israel are winless in their past four games, including a 3-0 home defeat to Shqiponjat. This match is only going one way.
Albania to beat Macedonia
Christian Panucci’s charges have won two consecutive games to nil, including that aforementioned 3-0 win in Haifa. They’ve also conceded just once in the past three meetings with Crveni Risovi, winning the most recent meeting 2-1.
Speaking of Macedonia, they haven’t won a competitive home game since October 2014.
Kosovo to draw with Finland
These sides played out a 1-1 draw in Helsinki on Matchday One, and the signs suggest we could see the same again. Hosts Kosovo have endured several defeats by a narrow margin in this qualifying campaign, and the same for their Nordic visitors.
Albert Bunjaki’s men have home advantage, Huuhkajat have slightly more quality in their side. Combine those things and we think they’ll come out even in Pristina.
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