Our International Friendly week accumulator pays over 84/1, as Montenegro aim to get back to winning ways and big-scoring Belgium seek to confirm superiority over neighbours France.
Wales and the Republic of Ireland to draw @ 23/10
With both Chris Coleman and Giovanni Trapattoni missing key attacking players, following injuries to Robbie Keane and Gareth Bale, goals could be scarce in this local clash. Trapattoni’s austere Ireland side have held Sweden, Austria and England in the last six months and although there have been changes to the team for this game – with first-choice goalkeeper David Forde also injured and Hull’s Robbie Brady set to replace Aiden McGeady on the left wing – Wales are no world-beaters and a draw seems the most likely outcome in what could be a dour affair.
Spain to win both halves v Ecuador @ 13/4
Rumours of the World and double-European champions demise have been greatly exaggerated, with the 3-0 defeat at the hands of Brazil in June’s Confederations Cup final only the third game Spain have lost since the end of 2010. Vicente Del Bosque’s men have won both halves in two of their last four games and are taken to do the same against Ecuador, whose home draw with Argentina last time out followed losses to Peru and Germany.
Belgium v France – over 2.5 goals @ 5/4
This local match-up should provide plenty of attacking action, with four of Belgium’s last six games yielding three or more goals and the same stat applying to opponents France. Didier Deschamps’ team are in terrible recent form after four defeats in five games, but with Franck Ribery and Samir Nasri set to feature they will feel confident of troubling the score-sheet against their neighbours.
Montenegro to beat Belarus @ 17/10
England’s World Cup qualifying opponents Montenegro currently top Group H and were in fine form, before their 4-0 home thrashing by Ukraine in June. The exciting forward partnership of Manchester City’s Stevan Jovetic and Juventus’ Mirko Vucinic failed to fire that day, but with 24 international goals between them, the Brave Falcons should have too much for a Belarus side who have only won twice – against Estonia and Canada – in their last six games.