Yesterday saw, for the second time in a week, the news.bwin.com tipping noses sniff out the Combi+ enhanced multiple most likely to land and, like noble bloodhounds, pointed the punters towards the source of the scent.
Those who acknowledged the advice would’ve pocketed a 9/2 payday having backed Brazil, Germany, France and Portugal all to win and we’re expecting our white-hot streak to net an even bigger bounty today.
There’s a beefy 9/1 on offer about Cameroon, Colombia, Slovenia and Australia all to win and we’re all over it.
Although this quartet are anything but the fearsome foursome you’d ideally to be investing your hard-earned in, the calibre of their opposition is even more measly.
Thailand, Kuwait, Qatar and Macedonia are the respective quartet of adversaries these must tackle – four minnows for these mid-ranging nations to devour.
Cameroon to beat Thailand @ 1/2
The Indomitable Lions have enjoyed mixed fortunes since they returned from a disastrous World Cup; a winning spree that yielded four victories from five ensured African Cup of Nations qualification, then five straight draws followed before a 1-0 reverse against the Ivory Coast eliminated them from said competition.
Despite this humdrum form, they haven’t conceded more than one goal in a game since their shambolic South America showing and snared the spoils in the first part of their Far Eastern double-header, besting Indonesia 1-0 on Wednesday.
Completing a two-timer against a Thailand side who lost 5-2 to Uzbekistan Under 23’s recently should be a formality.
Colombia to beat Kuwait @ 1/5
Los Cafeteros’ first match of their two-game Middle Eastern sojourn brought a 6-0 victory over Bahrain, which was their fifth consecutive victory.
A strong side that featured Manchester United’s Radamel Falcao (who scored twice) and Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado demolished Al-Ahmar and a similarly star-studded line up will encounter no difficulties here.
Kuwait have lost their last three and haven’t tasted success since victory in the Gulf Cup opener with Iraq.
Slovenia to beat Qatar @ 5/4
A shock 1-0 win over Algeria snapped a three-match losing run for Al-Annabi, who had been defeated by UAE, Iran and Kuwait prior to toppling the Fennec Foxes.
Slovenia are the only team to have scored a competitive goal against England in Euro 2016 qualifying and have also felled Switzerland this season – they’re clearly the superior side here, as they exemplified in their 4-1 triumph when the sides last met.
Australia to beat Macedonia @ 95/100
Few national factions are playing as badly as the Former Yugoslav Republic, who have lost six of nine, with their only win coming at home to Luxembourg.
The Socceroos’ form is in direct contrast to this – prior to their friendly with Germany last time (which they drew 2-2), they had recorded five victories from six, shipping no more than one goal across this fruitful half-dozen.