Five World Cup qualifiers tips for Sunday starring Wales, Republic of Ireland and Italy
Lee Gormley | 9 October 2016
Five World Cup qualifiers tips for Sunday
With the international action continuing with a host of exciting fixtures, Coral have picked five World Cup qualifiers tips for Sunday that punters can enjoy during the upcoming encounters.
Both the Republic of Ireland and Wales feature in our top tips for super Sunday, while we have also picked out a promising fivefold acca to get involved with too.
So, sit back, relax and read on for our best World Cup qualifiers bets for a busy Sunday of international football…
Wales to put three or more past Georgia
Chris Coleman’s Dragons earned a 2-2 away draw with Austria in their last qualifying outing, though they were disappointed not to come away with all three points in a game which they had led twice and largely dominated.
They now have a chance to bounce back immediately with success on home soil against Georgia, who were toppled by the Irish most recently. With the likes of Gareth Bale in fine form as usual, back Wales to rack up three or more goals in Cardiff at a tasty 6/4.
Ireland to lead Moldova after 30 minutes
Ireland skipper Seamus Coleman struck the decisive goal to hand his nation a narrow 1-0 victory over Georgia on home soil last time around. Martin O’Neill’s Boys in Green have made a habit of grinding out crucial qualifying results in the past and will be confident of gaining further success on the road to Moldova.
The Irish will be looking to make a quicker start on their travels here and they can be backed at a promising 15/8 to lead proceedings after 30 minutes played. Shane Long, Wes Hoolahan and Jeff Hendrick will all be threats and should be able to craft the Georgians open in the early stages.
Spain to win both halves against Albania
Following their 1-1 stalemate with Italy, Spain will arrive in Albania with the intention of comfortably securing three group points. With Chelsea frontman Diego Costa among others in top form of late, Julen Lopetegui’s men should gain the upper hand.
The 2010 World Cup winners boast a wealth of attacking talent in their ranks, with Manchester United’s Ander Herreraa having been recently called up for the first time too. Therefore, the Spanish are available at 21/10 to win both halves on their latest international outing.
Italy to score their first goal inside minutes 11-20
It took a late penalty against Spain to ultimately secure a draw, but the Italians should have a much easier task of breaking down the Macedonia backline this time out.
Giampiero Ventura’s Azzurri will take to the pitch at 11/2 to bag their first goal of the match within minutes 11-20 at the Philip II Arena in Skopje. With forwards such as Ciro Immobile, Eder and Andrea Belotti enjoying solid domestic campaigns, Macedonia could see their rearguard breached early on.
Iceland and Turkey to share spoils
After winning over the hearts of many football fans with their showings at Euro 2016, Iceland have started World Cup qualifying strongly. The Nordic nation last drew with a talented Ukraine side, following a hard-fought win over Finland.
On the back of that stalemate and, with Turkey having drawn their last three consecutive games, backing another sharing of the spoils at 11/5 here could prove beneficial.
Fancy a promising super Sunday acca too?
If you’re still hungry for more tasty selections after our five World Cup qualifiers tips for Sunday, then look no further than this awesome acca.
Placing a £5 stake on the following five selections will see you pocket a lovely £60.25 (at the time of writing) if successful! Plus, if just one team lets you down then you are covered by our brilliant acca insurance.
So, a fiver punt on all of Wales, Republic of Ireland, Austria, Spain and Italy to win their respective games would provide you with just over a tasty £55 profit. Not too shabby!
The Welsh are massive favourites against Georgia and the same goes for Ireland in their clash with Moldova, Spain on their travels to Albania and Italy against Macedonia, while Austria must overcome Serbia.
So enjoy a potentially profitable weekend with our five World Cup qualifiers tips for Sunday and also acca selections, as the international break continues!
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