Fernando Llorente, Miroslav Klose and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar will all be looking to replicate their impressive domestic form on the international stage this evening. Backing the three players to score at any time in a goalscorer treble offers odds of 37/5. This means that new customers using bwin’s £25 free bet for signing up for a new account stand to win £210 if the tip pays off. Here’s why the omens are good:
Spain’s Fernando Llorente to score against Venezuela @ 3/5
With David Villa injured and Fernando Torres dropped, Fernando Llorente could form the pinnacle of Spain’s attack against Venezuela this evening.
The 27-year-old might not quite have the pedigree of the two headline absentees – at least not when Torres is firing on all cylinders anyway – but his record of 13 goals in 21 games for Athletic Bilbao in La Liga suggests he is more than capable of finding the back of the net.
Spain scored 14 goals in their four home Euro 2012 qualifiers and with Venezuela losing each of the last three games while conceding a total of six goals in the process, Llorente looks set to make the most of his chance to shine.
Germany’s Miroslav Klose to score against France @ 11/10
Germany are scoring so many goals at present that this is as good a place as any to look for a nailed-on goalscorer. And while Mesut Ozil is a stand-out alternative given his prolific form for his country in recent matches, Miroslav Klose is the obvious choice.
The Lazio striker has an incredible record at international level, plundering 63 goals in 113 appearances – including one against Holland in Germany’s last match.
He is also in good form for his club, with 13 goals in 23 Serie A appearances and four in his last six matches in all competitions.
Germany coach Joachim Low has been cagey about his starting XI but if Klose starts, expect him to score.
Holland’s Klaas-Jan Huntelaar to score against England @ 3/2
The obvious choice might be Robin van Persie, but the Arsenal man is set to play on the right-side of a three-man attack this evening, ceding centre ground to Huntelaar.
This is not necessarily good news for England, with the Schalke man almost as prolific in front of goal as his London-based countryman.
Eighteen goals in 22 goals is indicative of a man in good form on the domestic stage and the signs are that he can replicate this at international level too.
Indeed, Huntelaar’s recent international record is better than RVP’s – he’s plundered two goals in his last three starts for Holland, while Van Persie has not scored on any of his last six appearances for his country.
With England fielding an experimental back four of Micah Richards, Chris Smalling, Gary Cahill and Leighton Baines, Huntelaar could be the man to take advantage.
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