Tuesday’s World Cup Qualifying acca returns more than £195 from a £5 stake
Portugal and Netherlands feature
The group stage of UEFA World Cup qualification comes to an end tonight.
Three more groups will conclude proceedings, and there’s an intriguing mix of dead rubbers and crucial clashes.
The Coral News Team have chosen five selections from tonight’s action.
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The Netherlands to beat Sweden
In theory the Netherlands can still make the play-offs, but they have to win this game by an implausible margin.
So Sweden can play freely, while the Dutch are under tremendous pressure as they head towards another failure to reach a major tournament.
The home side simply must win to retain any sort of momentum, and with Sweden already focusing on the play-offs, a Dutch victory kicks off the acca at 4/5.
Hungary to beat Faroe Islands
There’s nothing to play for between Hungary and the Faroe Islands, except pride and momentum.
Whatever happens this has been the Faroes’ most successful qualifying campaign ever.
But they’ve only scored four goals, which should allow Hungary to prevail at 2/9.
Latvia v Andorra – Draw
Sticking with Group B and the clash between Latvia and Andorra, where the loser will be ending the campaign bottom.
Again there’s nothing to play for. And with Latvia failing to score at home, while Andorra haven’t netted on their travels, a draw looks good at 19/5.
Bosnia to beat Estonia
Over to Group H, where Bosnia and Herzegovina must win in Estonia to have any chance of a play-off.
It will probably all be for nothing with Greece likely to win at home to Gibraltar, but Bosnia represent good value at 1/2 to keep the acca ticking along nicely.
Portugal to beat Switzerland
Back to Group B, where it’s all to play for between Portugal and table-topping Switzerland.
The Swiss need only avoid defeat to go straight to Russia, but victory for Portugal would see Cristiano Ronaldo and co kick them into the play-offs.
Since a surprise loss in Switzerland in their opening game, the Euro 2016 champions have been in excellent form, scoring 30 times en route to eight straight wins.
With that form Portugal look set to top the table at the very last opportunity and round out tonight’s acca at 6/10.
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