Followers of the news.bwin.com/en/ tipping service will have been on our pick of our yesterday’s Combi+ enhanced odds multiples that copped at a handsome 7/1.
Today it’s once more into the breach in search of further profits with a 12/1 wager.
Yesterday the international aristocracy booted in an over 2.5 goals wager thanks to Brazil, the Netherlands and Argentina.
However, for our next bet we turn to more niche fare, with denizens of the lowest rungs of the FIFA world ladder providing the meat for a Uruguay v Costa Rica sandwich.
The Combi+ Double Chance is our weapon of choice, with Qatar, Yemen and Costa Rica 12/1 to avoid defeat in their encounters with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the two–time World Cup winners respectively.
Here’s why today’s bet will join our previous recommendation in the winner’s enclosure…
Qatar to avoid defeat against Saudi Arabia @ 3/5
The Maroons sit nine places above the Gulf Cup host nation in the FIFA world rankings and they ride a four match-winning streak into this contest.
A recent draw in Morocco was their fourth clean sheet in six outings and they should have enough to frustrate a Saudi side have shipped in three of their last four.
Yemen to avoid defeat against Bahrain @ 21/10
Bahrain may be heavy favourites for this but they had a shocking Gulf Cup last time out, losing three of their five outings, culminating with a 6-1 mauling from Kuwait.
For such heavy favourites it’s surprising that Adnan Hamad’s men have failed to find the net in seven of their last ten games too.
Their rivals may not be prolific winners but they’ve been hard enough to beat to believe their chances of frustrating their opposition have been underrated.
Al-Yemen A’Sa’eed’s last time out loss to Oman was their first for six games.
Costa Rica to avoid defeat against Uruguay @ 27/20
Without Luis Suarez this ageing Celeste side looked pedestrian at the World Cup and he’ll only be in Montevideo in a cheerleading capacity thanks to his biting ban.
Having beaten Uruguay in Brazil this trip will hold few fears for Los Ticos, who have won their last three games.