£10 Friday football acca pays £105
Frank Monkhouse | 24 March 2017
Five-fold from Friday’s World Cup qualifiers
Coral’s football punters have a gripping weekend of World Cup qualifiers ahead, and we get up and running with some fascinating contests on Friday night. None more so than Ireland vs Wales at the Aviva Stadium, live on Sky Sports.
It’s the weekend – let’s celebrate with a winning acca. Click here to place all your football bets, or read on as we detail our International five-fold. Every £10 invested pays £105.90, with prices and returns correct at the time of writing.
Ireland beat Wales
Let’s start with what we have marked down as game of the night. We have previewed this one in a bit more detail elsewhere on the site, but for the purposes of our football acca we’ll get straight to the point. Republic of Ireland to beat Wales at a cracking 7/5. The hosts are on top of Group D, having won each of their last three. They already have the look of a side going to the World Cup. Wales will have other ideas, but three draws in their last three makes them difficult to trust.
Serbia beat Georgia
This was one of the easier legs to fill, and we must support an unbeaten Serbia against a Georgia without a win. The Crusaders go in second bottom of Group D, showing a record of two defeats and two draws. They drew 1-1 with bottom-club Moldova last time – Serbia spanked the same side 3-0. Georgia is never an easy trip to make, but Serbia are picked out at 8/11.
Croatia beat Ukraine
This has all the ingredients of a big match, and with Sky Sports showing the game live, it’s a contender for your watch-list. Top vs second in Group I, but we give the nod to Croatia. Home advantage should prove the deciding factor here, but they also boast the better form, winning each of their last three, all without conceding a goal. Coral go 8/15, and that’ll do a job in our acca.
Iceland beat Kosovo
This has got to be one of the more obvious selections of the five, but it’s certainly worth having, as Coral are giving a decent 4/11 on Iceland. That’s not a bad price at all, made to look all the bigger by the fact Kosovo have picked up just one point, lost their last three, and have -11 in their goal-difference tally. Iceland will know the value of picking up the ‘free’ points and should be professional enough to get the job done.
Italy beat Albania
This one speaks for itself, but it goes in based on the fact Coral are trading 2/9, and that looks ideal. I made the Italians, at home, much shorter as they have been fielding strong sides and scoring lots of goals. The locals are joint-top of Group G with France, remain unbeaten, and brushed past Lichtenstein 4-0 last time.