Uruguay can count on Suarez goals in Jordan
Luis Suarez has been on fire for Liverpool in the Premier League since coming back from a 10-game suspension at the end of September.
The former Ajax forward has scored eight goals in six English top-flight matches this season, which puts him joint-top of the Premier League scoring charts with teammate Daniel Sturridge and Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero.
Suarez is in action for Uruguay in the first leg of their 2014 World Cup play-off against Jordan in Amman and has to be backed to grab the first goal at odds of 11/4, with PSG forward and international strike partner Edinson Cavani an injury doubt for the match.
The 26-year-old is 8/13 to score at any time against the Brave Gentleman, who have never made it to a World Cup and are 12/1 to emerge victorious from this two-legged tie.
However, a good way to boost your winnings here may be found in the to score two or more and hat-trick markets.
Suarez is 5/2 to grab at least a brace, as he has done on three occasions so far in his short time on the pitch for the Reds this season against Sunderland, West Brom and last time out against Fulham.
The controversial hitman struck once more to claim the match ball against the Baggies and he is 10/1 to score a hat-trick against Jordan, who slot in 64 spots below FIFA’s 6th-placed team in the official world rankings.
Uruguay have Premier League stars Gaston Ramirez of Southampton and West Brom’s Diego Lugano to call upon for this fixture, as well as veteran former Manchester United forward Diego Forlan.
Three of the South American side’s last five fixtures have produced three or more goals and at 13/20, that looks like an absolute steal of a bet here against far weaker opposition than they usually face.