The pristine tipping copybook belonging to the news.bwin.com profit hunters was yesterday blotted by a poorly conceived Combi+ selection, but we’ve returned to the grindstone even hungrier to deliver a winner.
Our 9/1 fourfold almost went down at the first hurdle when Cameroon nearly found a way to lose to Thailand before recovering to win 3-2, then Qatar buried it with a 1-0 success over Slovenia.
It was an unmitigated disaster, no question, but don’t lose faith, today will be different.
We’ve picked out a tasty 10/1, over 2.5-goal treble featuring Italy v England, Israel v Belgium and Switzerland v USA.
There are ample arguments to be made as to why this wager is destined to land, a few of which are outlined below.
Italy v England – over 2.5 goals @ 13/10
Each of the previous three matches involving Roy Hodgson’s men have seen the keeper beaten on four occasions, while the Azzurri drew 2-2 with Bulgaria last time out.
Three of the last four dust ups between this twosome have seen the 2.5-goal barrier obliterated with 2-1 scorelines.
Israel v Belgium – over 2.5 goals @ 91/100
Looking to move level on points with Wales at the summit of Euro 2016 qualifying Group B, Belgium look good value for the win in Israel at 1/2, but backing at least three goals is the shrewder bet.
Three of the visitors’ last five have crossed the line in question, while Marc Wilmots’ men have notched at least two in three of their last five away matches.
These figures are convincing enough, but it’s those extracted from games involving the hosts that provide the most conclusive case for an overs punt.
Each of their matches this season have surpassed the 2.5-goal mark, which, when factoring in the final three games of 2013/14 campaign, contributes to a run of seven straight Israeli outings where the ball has been retrieved from the onion bag at least three times.
Switzerland v USA – over 2.5 goals @ 23/20
Another banker here, with four successive skirmishes involving the Swiss seeing over 2.5 goals scored.
The USA have been almost as dependable in this department, with four of their last five rewarding backers of the bet in question, which is also true of six of their previous seven against European nations.