World Cup qualifying is drawing to an end and accumulator punting is at its most complicated amidst the tangled web of motivations and permutations on the table.
This bwin treble banks on a double dose of home pride and three vital points for Bosnia Herzegovina to keep it simple and more than double your money.
Bosnia Herzegovina to beat Lithuania @1/4
Edin Dzeko’s countrymen continue to eyeball the Greeks at the top of Group G and they’ll know that anything less than victory will see them slip into the play-offs with their Hellenic foes facing three-point platter Lichtenstein in Piraeus.
The trip to Vilnius will hold few fears for a Golden Lilies side who only Greece have denied a road win so far, especially given the comfortable nature of their 3-0 victory over their hosts in Zenica.
Israel to beat Northern Ireland @ 2/5
Eli Guttman’s side may have nothing left to play for after their draw in Lisbon, but they can put a seal on a highly respectable campaign with a victory in Ramat Gan, thanks to Northern Ireland’s woeful away form.
Being turned over by Luxembourg was the nadir of a miserable section in which the visitors have gained just one away point and given Israel were able to record a victory at Windsor Park – where Northern Ireland are far stronger – they’re taken to chalk up the double here.
Montenegro to beat Moldova @ 3/10
The Moldovans may have excelled themselves in pinching points from under the noses of Poland and Ukraine, but they were unable to withstand the Brave Falcons in Chisinau and should be bested again in the away leg.
With Branko Brnovic’s men playing in front of their own partisans for the first time since the 0-4 humbling at the hands of Ukraine that ceded qualification destiny control to those rivals, Montenegro have much in the way of making up to do.