Multi-bet banker alert! If you’re considering putting together a World Cup qualifying five-fold you’ll want to include a France win against Belarus.
They may not be in vicious scoring form having gone five games without a goal, but including them as the longest price in our 2/1 ‘favourites five-timer’ is worth it because – as bwin’s multi-bet bankers – you’ll get your stake back if they’re the ones that let down your wager.
France to beat Belarus @ 53/100
The French were comfortable 3-1 victors against Belarus when the sides met in Paris and although their form since then has been uninspiring, the quality they possess going forward should see them past Group I’s most generous defence.
Greece to beat Latvia @ 7/25
The Greeks are joint-top of their group with Bosnia and Herzegovina having shipped just four goals and they host a Latvia side on a run of ten away games without a win, having already bested them in Riga.
Sweden to beat Kazakhstan @ 7/25
After their win in Dublin the Swedes will know that they can go some way to assuring the Group C play-off spot is theirs with a win in Astana.
As a result there will little chance of this one ending in stalemate against foes that have conceded 16 goals in seven games so far.
Bulgaria to beat Malta @ 33/100
The Bulgarians are another side that have a play-off place to cement with closest pursuers Czech Republic likely on a hiding to nothing in Italy.
All the better then that Group B whipping boys Malta, whom they beat 6-0 in Sofia, are their opponents.
Poland to beat San Marino @ 1/100
The closest thing to a certainty in international football rounds off our five-timer and with the blood-thirsty likes of Borussia Dortmund’s Jakub Błaszczykowski hoping to fill their international satchels in the Polish side there will be no hope for the San-Marinese.