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Wednesday Betting Guide: Our writers’ 5 best football tips 14 10 20

We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview. The five-fold is available at 50/1.

13 Oct | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Wednesday Betting Guide: Our writers’ 5 best football tips 14 10 20

Will Rook provides his football tips for Wednesday’s action in the Nations League.

BTTS in Croatia v France (19:45)

France drew 0-0 with Portugal on Sunday evening, but BTTS had landed in each of their previous two matches.

That sequence includes a 4-2 victory at home to Croatia last month, while Didier Deschamps’ side have only failed to score once in 10 matches.

This bet would have landed in all of Croatia’s last seven matches and in 13 of their last 14.

England to beat Denmark (19:45)

England come into this game on the back of a 2-1 victory over No. 1 ranked side Belgium.

That was the Three Lions’ sixth win in seven matches and ninth straight victory at home.

Denmark’s only away wins in their last six came against Iceland and Gibraltar.

Italy to keep a clean sheet v Netherlands (19:45)

Italy’s goalless draw with Poland last weekend was their third consecutive game without conceding a goal.

The Azzurri haven’t allowed their opponents to have more than three shots on target in any of those games, while they have only conceded two goals in their last eight.

Netherlands have gone three games without a goal, including a 1-0 defeat to Italy in September.

Erling Haaland (Norway) to score two or more v Northern Ireland (19:45)

Haaland is a machine.

The striker has scored five goals in his last four appearances for Norway, while he has netted 11 in nine for club and country this season.

The Dortmund man has scored two or more on four occasions in that sequence, including a brace away to Northern Ireland in September. Alternatively, he is available at simply to score.

Scotland to win or draw v Czech Republic (19:45)

Czech Republic have won three of their last four matches, but their only defeat in that period came at home to Scotland in September.

Steve Clarke’s side have won five and drawn two of their last seven games – an unbeaten run that stretches for over an entire calendar year.

Scotland have only been beaten by Belgium and Russia in their last nine at Hampden Park, and should be trusted to take at least a point here.

*Odds subject to change.

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