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£5 International acca pays over £67

Five picks from the 17:00 and 19:45 kick-offs

The World Cup 2018 Qualifiers are in full swing this weekend and that means another Coral accumulator.

There are nine fixtures to choose from over Sunday evening with some cracking-looking match-ups ahead.

Coral’s team of football tipping experts have been delving into their statistical notebooks and have produced their best five-fold punt for the day.

A £5 wager could potentially land £67.80. Prices and returns mentioned correct at time of writing.

So, let’s get stuck in.

Sweden to beat Belarus

Sweden suffered a surprise midweek defeat in Bulgaria and subsequently lost top spot in Group A to France.

Janne Andersson’s team will be looking to get back on track with a win against Belarus in Barysaw. They’re 4/6 to get the job done.

Considering the home side are totally out of contention, with just one win in seven games, all motivation lies with the Swedes.

Belgium to beat Greece

Fresh from thrashing minnows Gibraltar 9-0, Belgium can virtually seal automatic qualification with a win against Greece in Athens.

The Greeks have only won just one of their last five home games.

The Red Devils, on the other hand, have lost just once in their last nine competitive away fixtures and will be buoyed further by the return of Eden Hazard.

Coral’s odds of 3/4 on Roberto Martinez’s side enhances this Coral acca nicely.

Switzerland to beat Latvia

Switzerland have built up a surprising head of steam in Group B, with seven wins from seven games.

Vladimir Petkovic’s team are in a battle with Portugal for automatic qualification and will more than likely need a win against Latvia to stay ahead.

Thankfully the Schweizer Nati have never lost against the Latvians before with two wins and a draw from three fixtures.

The 4/11 on the Swiss win is the third selection to this International acca.

Estonia to beat Cyprus

Cyprus had a fantastic win in midweek against Bosnia on home soil, but Pambos Christodoulou’s side don’t seem to be as potent away from Nicosia.

The Cypriots travel to Estonia with just three away wins under their belt in the last ten fixtures.

On the flipside, the Estonians have lost just three of the last ten in Tallinn. The 6/4 on Martin Reim’s men is our fourth selection.

Portugal to beat Hungary

Portugal lie just three points behind Switzerland in Group B and will need a win against Hungary to stay in the hunt for automatic qualification.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick in a 5-1 midweek win against the Faroe Islands and will be eager to add to his tally in Budapest.

The Seleccao das Quinas have never lost to Hungary, winning seven of their last eight meetings.

And they complete our Coral International acca.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing