5 tips for Saturday's internationals
Look no further than this 18/1 five-fold accumulator from the weekend's World Cup warm-up friendlies.
England to beat Nigeria (17:15) –
England have drawn three consecutive matches at Wembley, though they were against Germany, Brazil and Italy.
The Three Lions had won eight of their last nine at home before that tricky run, and have lost just one of their last 19 at the national stadium.
Nigeria were held to a 1-1 draw with DR Congo on Monday and have been beaten by Serbia and Morocco in their last four.
Sweden to beat Denmark (18:45) –
Sweden lost to both Chile and Romania during the last international break, but represent great value here.
Their last victory came against this weekend’s opponents three games ago, while they also beat Italy over two legs in November to qualify for the World Cup.
Denmark lost 3-2 to Jordan since that defeat against the Swedes, and have won only one of their last four, against 10-man Panama.
Belgium to beat Portugal (19:45) –
Belgium stepped up their World Cup preparations by beating Saudi Arabia 4-0 last time out.
That result made it 12 victories and four draws from the host’s last 16 matches, in a run that has seen them score four or more goals on six separate occasions.
Portugal blew a two-goal lead to draw with Tunisia on Monday and have now won just one in four.
USA to win or draw v Republic of Ireland (20:08) –
Ireland have lost consecutive matches to nil against Turkey and France since their 5-1 defeat at home to Denmark in the World Cup qualifier play-offs last November.
Martin O’Neill’s side have managed just two victories from their last nine matches, and look good value not to win on Saturday.
The USA have lost two of their last 22 matches after beating Bolivia 3-0 last weekend.
Norway to win or draw v Iceland (21:00) –
Iceland have lost their last two friendlies against Mexico and Peru and are unlikely to have any joy in this one.
The hosts have won just two of their last six matches, with both of those victories coming against Indonesia.
Norway beat Australia 4-1 and Albania 1-0 in the previous international break and have won four of their last six games.
*Odds subject to change.
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