The news.bwin.com/en/ tipping team has been in flying form with bwin’s Combi+ enchanced odds multiples and goes in search of a third win in four days at a healthy 4/1.
Only the scarcely-creditable Faroe Islands victory in Greece stopped James “Midsy’ Middleton following up winning accumulators of 7/1 and 12/1 in recent days.
However it’s time to board the gravy train once more, with an enhanced double-chance treble that will call upon all the opposition-repelling prowess of Bosnia’s Premier League defensive duo Muhammed Besic and Asmir Begovic.
Read on for the 4-1-1…
Bosnia Herzegovina to avoid defeat against Israel @ 12/25
Israel’s home record is sufficiently sub-standard to suggest that Safet Susic’s men should be going in search of a win here, with just two wins in their last ten attempts.
However, the Dragons are without any recognised strikers as both Vedad Ibisevic and Manchester City’s Edin Dzeko are out injured, prompting their manager to suggest the draw is the limit of their ambitions in Haifa.
It’s hard to imagine the hosts having the quality to break down a purposefully pragmatic Bosnia outfit that can still call on quality players such as Miralem Pjanic.
Croatia to avoid defeat against Italy @ 3/5
Vatreni are undoubtedly one of the Azzurri’s bogey teams and one that has yet to be picked, rolled and flicked in six meetings since Croatia returned to the footballing fold in 1994.
Italy have won four games straight under Antonio Conte, but the bulk of them were narrow successes against poor sides.
Their victory over the Netherlands in his first match in charge has retained its glow about as long as a funfair goldfish given the Oranje’s subsequent struggles.
In the meantime Croatia’s creditable 2-1 defeat against Argentina last week brought to an end a run of four straight wins to nil that suggest they can extend their record of frustrating the Italians.
Azerbaijan to avoid defeat against Norway @ 9/10
The Azeris’ may have lost four on the bounce but just one of those losses came at home, where they are surprisingly formidable.
That 2-1 reverse at the hands of Bulgaria was their first loss in the Land of Fire for seven outings and only their second reverse in a whopping 13 such games.
Anyone who saw England’s friendly against the Norwegians will know that they are far from the most incisive attackers.
The same Estonia team unable to penetrate San Marino but a day ago beat them 1-0 at in their own backyard last time out.