International friendly fivefold acca features Germany and Republic of Ireland
Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | August 31, 2016
International friendly action as European teams prepare to embark upon World Cup qualifying next week gives an extra football betting edge to transfer deadline day this year.
International friendly fivefold acca
To celebrate, Coral experts have come up with a fivefold accumulator, featuring world champions Germany and British Isles outfit the Republic of Ireland among others to win this Wednesday.
Remember punters, this bet will be covered by our acca insurance, which means if one result lets you down you’ll get your money back as a free bet. How generous is that?
A £4 wager on this fine fivefold will return more than £17 at current odds (better than 13/4*), so read on to learn more about each leg of this awesome international friendly fivefold acca…
Czech Republic to beat Armenia
All three of the Czech Republic’s wins over Armenia in four fixtures have come by three-goal margins, so that suggests it should be plain sailing at home for them here.
Derby County’s recent record signing Matej Vydra struck twice in the March 2013 meeting, giving the Czechs (1/2*) a proven threat in their ranks for this opposition.
Norway to beat Belarus
With Norway (4/5) unbeaten in their last three battles with Belarus and a plethora of Premier League and Championships players past and present in the Scandinavian side’s squad, another home win looks on the cards here.
Denmark to beat Lichtenstein
Sticking with national teams from Scandinavia, the Danes recorded 4-0 victories home and away when facing minnows Lichtenstein in Euro 2008 qualifying in their only previous meetings.
Premier League new boys Viktor Fischer and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg will be looking to impress their club bosses with good performances if involved for Denmark (1/12) here, and their qualities will be too much for the opposition.
Germany to beat Finland
While World Cup winners Die Mannschaft have struggled in this fixture, with five draws in the last seven since the late 1990s, that great Finnish football generation that often thwarted them have all finished playing.
Germany (1/6) will want to give outgoing captain Bastian Schweinsteiger a winning send-off as he is to retire from international football following this fixture, and their roster to a man is better than Finland’s.
Republic of Ireland to beat Oman
Speaking of saying goodbye to greats, Ireland skipper Robbie Keane is calling time on representing his country, and there is every reason to back a home win on what will be an emotional night in Dublin’s Aviva Stadium.
Not only have the Irish (1/4) won both of their previous games with Oman, but defender Alex Pearce scored in each. Striker Shane Long and Ireland’s top Euro 2016 performer Robbie Brady have also netted in this fixture before, so there’s guaranteed threat from all over.
You’ll find more worthy wagers on Coral’s football tips page.
*All quoted prices correct at time of publishing.