Another batch of Euro 2016 qualifying games has prompted the news.bwin.com/en/ value enthusiasts to release the hounds for the second night in succession to sniff out the best bets on offer.
Welsh despair against Bosnia was the first thing they came lolloping back with (read more about that here); take a look at the rest of their findings.
Over 2.5 goals in Turkey v Czech Republic @ 21/20
Chelsea’ first choice Capital One Cup keeper Petr Cech is in for a busy night of retrieving the ball from the back of his net if recent Czech Republic games are anything to go by.
In total six of their last seven games have seen the goal line in question surpassed, which is also true of four Turkey’s last five, as well as four of the previous five renewals between the pair.
Israel to beat Cyprus to nil @ 23/10
The Cypriots had gone nine matches without finding the net until beating Bosnia last time out.
It would be wrong to assume such drastic goalscoring woes are at an end on the back of one match, meaning Israel are likely to have to score just once in order to lasso the laurels here.
They proved they’re steady travellers in attempting to qualify for the 2014 World Cup, notching in every road game, including in Portugal and Russia, and losing just once so back them to the bizzo here.
Iceland to beat Latvia @ 6/5
Cyprus were the only hosts capable of besting the Icelanders during the World Cup qualifying group stage and they’ve set about booking their place at Euro 2016 with similar intent, thumping Turkey 3-0 in their opening game.
Their Baltic adversaries haven’t fared so well though, with foes as bogus as Qatar, Lithuania and Macedonia all getting the better of the Latvians in recent months.