Wednesday’s international action sees bwin serve up another bumper selection of price-boosted ‘Combi+’ accumulators and the pick of them pays a sizeable 7/1.
In return for the odds, the Turkey v Brazil, Netherlands v Mexico and Argentina v Croatia fixtures must all produce north of 2.5 goals.
Need some convincing, beyond the natural loosening up that accompanies friendly dead rubbers? Read on for the rubric…
Turkey v Brazil
The Crescent-Stars have seen three of their four games this season post more than 2.5 strikes, with as many witnessing both sides finding the onion bag.
Penetrated by Latvia and savaged 3-0 by Iceland in that sequence the dear lord only knows what they’ll make of the Brazilian attack, dripping with riches like Mr T’s neck.
Having kicked into an altogether higher goal-getting gear at Barcelona this term Neymar, who hit four against Japan last time out, will be the ringleader of their tormentors alongside Chelsea’s Oscar.
Netherlands v Mexico
Seven of El Tri’s last ten games outside their homeland tipped the scales at three goals or more, their World Cup second-round clash with Holland included.
Mexico may even fancy their chances of a famous victory as the Oranje’s defence has taken on a porous direction under the second-term stewardship of Guus Hiddink, shipping two goals in all four of their post-World Cup outings.
Argentina v Croatia
In current form Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero could arguably surmount the goal line on his own in this clash, but it’s unlikely he’ll need to shoulder the burden in its entirety.
Admittedly they were playing against Hong Kong and Azerbaijan respectively last time out, but our adversaries’ razor-sharp forwards still helped themselves to a combined 13 goals against the small fry.
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