With a host of interntional matches taking place on Friday and Saturday, there’s plenty of scope for accumulators and a shot at a hefty weekend win. Read on to see the four teams we’ve cobbled together, who could land punters backing them all together with their free £25 bet for joining bwin.com a cool £346.95 if they all triumph.
Germany to beat Ukraine @ 31/50
Ukraine host Germany on Friday looking to test their wits against one of the favourites for Euro 2012 next summer. Ukraine have shown some erratic form of late, with wins in their last two friendlies followed by four defeats on the bounce, including home reverses to Uruguay, Sweden and France. Germany come into the match off the back of a flawless qualifying campaign, with ten wins out of ten. In fact, they have not lost an away international match for over five years, making them a must for this accumulator.
Belgium to beat Romania @ 67/100
Belgium’s 3-1 defeat in Germany at the end of qualifying for Euro 2012 was their first defeat in 11 games and they have won three of their last four, scoring 12 goals in the process. Romania, on the other hand, have only won two of their last 12 away matches and wins against San Marino and Luxembourg are hardly anything to write home about. Back a Belgium win at 67/100.
Spain to beat England @ 4/5
Although this will be hard to swallow for most England fans, Spain are far superior in all areas of the pitch and in truth, they should be much shorter than 4/5. Spain’s manager Vicente Del Bosque has picked a strong squad to come to Wembley and expect the likes of Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Xabi Alonso to keep the ball under Spanish control for large periods of the game. England will be without Jack Wilshere and Steven Gerrard in midfield so they will be lucky to get the ball, never mind create chances. Spain’s record over the last four years speaks for itself and at 4/5 they are great value.
Wales to beat Norway @ 37/20
Wales are in the middle of a renaissance of sorts and the future looks very bright for boss Gary Speed. With Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale in the side they are capable of continuing their good recent form. They finished their Euro 2012 qualifying campaign well, beating Bulgaria, Montenegro and Switzerland, and were very unlucky to leave Wembley empty-handed as England edged a 1-0 victory. Norway have lost their last three matches away from home, failing to score in all three of those ties, and the disappointment of missing out on Euro 2012 will give Wales an excellent chance of victory at odds of 37/20.
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