The odds gurus at bwin.com have used the deluge of international fixtures taking place this Sunday as opportunity to line the pockets of their loyal patrons, with a typically vast array of enhanced multiples served up for the punting masses.
Of this smorgasbord of great value bets, the pick of the bunch has to be the 9/2 about Brazil, Germany, Portugal and France to record victories.
The foursome must fell Chile, Georgia, Serbia and Denmark respectively in order to see the bounty landed, but there are plenty of factors saying they will, starting with Brazil’s fantastic form.
Brazil to beat Chile @ 7/10
Few international factions are in as fine a knick as Dunga’s men, who have won seven from seven following their World Cup semi-final drubbing against Germany.
Foes as mighty as Colombia, Argentina and, most recently France have been bested on this run.
With just two goals rippling the Canarinho net across this period, Arsenal ace Alexis Sanchez stands a small chance of getting on the scoresheet at the Emirates Stadium.
His Chilean outfit lost 2-0 to Iran last time and are nailed to suffer the same fate here.
Germany to beat Georgia @ 7/50
The world champions have been in woeful form of late, winning just two of their four Euro 2016 qualification games to date, but they’re sure to improve this run in Eastern Europe.
Coach Kakhaber Tskhadadze takes charge of the hosts for the first time aiming to end a run of five winless competitive matches on the homestead, four of which resulted in defeat for the former Soviet state.
Portugal to beat Serbia @ 57/100
A surprise 1-0 reverse at home to Albania in the first match of this qualification campaign will give the Serbs hope of besting Cristiano Ronaldo and co.
This almighty shock, however, is the only defeat Portugal have suffered at home in 18 competitive clashes.
Radovan Curcic’s troops are just as reliable on the road, but in the opposite respect – they’ve won just of their last seven away matches when there have been spoils for the snaring, which was against a Wales side with nothing to play for in World Cup 2014 qualifying.
France to beat Denmark @ 53/100
Les Bleus were comprehensively beaten 3-1 by Brazil last time out, but they did have enough opportunities to have earned a draw.
They were unbeaten in six prior to this, winning eight of the previous ten at base camp.
With one win in four on the road, the Danes are not the sort of force capable of toppling Didier Deschamps’ side in the Saint-Denis.