It’s international friendly time on Champions League Final eve and a choice card from across the globe is on hand to offer profit hunters a chance to stock their war chests in readiness.
From the United Kingdom, through eastern Europe, to South America and beyond, the coupon represents a red rag to bullish form scholars.
Read on for news.bwin.com’s thoughts on the finest gambles on offer, a trio of wagers that add up to a treble of more than 4/1 if so combined.
15:00 – Jordan v Kuwait under 2.5 goals @ 1/2
Kuwait are in rotten form heading into this fixture, having lost their last four in succession, including wide-margin reverses against Australia and Colombia.
Scoring, rather than defending, has been their major malfunction – they’ve netted more than once on a solitary occasion in their last 15 games.
Opponents Jordan are an unders dream on home turf, having reward sub-2.5 backers in all bar two of their last 14 home games.
Even by their own standards, this fixture finds the Brave Gentlemen’s attack in a funk, with no home goal to celebrate for five outings in succession.
16:15 – Syria to beat Oman @ 5/2
Unsurprisingly, the Syrians have been forced to grow accustomed to life on the road of late and they seem to have become formidable away from home as a result.
Fajr Ibrahim’s men are unbeaten in five on their travels, winning four of those and failing to net twice or more on just one occasion.
Their 1-0 victory in Jordan is probably the most pertinent of those recent results and offers them ample hope of downing hosts who have lost in five of their last eight home games.
19:45 – Scotland to beat Qatar in a match of under 2.5 goals @ 12/5
The Qataris’ battling 1-1 draw in Northern Ireland advertised the fact that they will be no pushovers for a Scotland side with one eye on their upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier against the Republic of Ireland.
Five of the Scots’ last seven in front of their own partisans have produced fewer than three goals as have three of Qatar’s last four, home and away.
However, having beaten Croatia and both Irish sides at Hampden in the not too distant past, they should have enough in the tank to down their determined foes.