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England and Scotland included in this seven-fold
There’s plenty to play for during this international break. There are only two World Cup qualifiers left and the penultimate round of European fixtures starts on Thursday.
You can add even more excitement to the action with today’s accumulator, carefully selected by the Coral News Team from the 19:45 kick-offs.
Stake £5 on this seven-fold accumulator and you could win £100.05 if all seven selections win. Prices and returns correct at the time of writing.
England to beat Slovenia
England just need one more win to confirm their place in Russia. They’re unbeaten in Group F so far and haven’t lost a qualifier since 2009. Slovenia don’t look likely to end that streak as they haven’t scored in their last three away games.
The Three Lions are odds-on at 1/3 and shouldn’t have too many problems at Wembley.
Scotland to beat Slovakia
Scotland were the only Home Nation to miss out on Euro 2016. But if they beat Slovakia they can climb from fourth into the second-placed play-off spot in Group F.
Gordon Strachan’s team held England to a draw at Hampden Park and they’re unbeaten at home during qualifying. They’re slight favourites here at 27/20.
Lithuania to beat Malta
Lithuania’s only win in Group F so far came in a 2-0 home victory against Malta. Edgaras Jankauskas’ side are even-money to win the reverse fixture too.
Malta have lost all eight of their fixtures so far, scoring two goals and conceding 19. The international minnows are likely to finish with no points from ten games when the qualifiers end.
Germany to beat Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland have had a sensational campaign and already have a top-two spot sewn up. The only goals Michael O’Neill’s side have conceded in Group C came in a 2-0 defeat to Germany.
Now the World Cup winners head to Windsor Park and their superior quality should see them continue their perfect record with another win. Germany are 1/4 on to win.
Norway to beat San Marino
San Marino have an even worse record than Malta. They’ve lost eight out of eight in Group C and have a goal difference of -36.
Norway aren’t a particularly good side, but they don’t need to be to triumph here. They’re overwhelming favourites at 1/28.
Denmark to beat Montenegro
This game could decide which of these two sides reaches the play-offs at least. They both have an 16 points and an identical record after eight games in Group E. But as Montenegro beat Denmark away from home, they are in second, with the Danes third.
The Coral experts have tipped Denmark to win this time around at 11/10. Denmark have won three on the spin, scoring at least three in all of them. They can also count on Christian Eriksen to pull the strings.
Romania to beat Kazakhstan
Neither side have anything to play for here but Romania are in better form and have fared better in qualification.
Romania have won two of their last three and picked up nine points in Group E. Kazakhstan have lost each of their last six games and conceded at least two goals in all of them. They’ve yet to win a group game, making Romania the obvious choice at 1/5.
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