Friday Betting Guide: Our writers' 5 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and anytime goalscorers into one bite-size betting preview for Friday's matches.
Andorra to win or draw v Moldova (19:45)
Both of these teams are being outclassed in Group H, but Andorra’s home record against teams of a similar standard isn’t too bad.
The hosts drew all three of their Nations League home matches against Kazakhstan, Georgia and Latvia last autumn.
Moldova’s only away win in the same competition was a 1-0 victory at San Marino. That was one of only two goals that they have scored in their last 14 games on the road.
On that basis, a 0-0 correct score bet could prove worthwhile at .
England to win or draw v Czech Republic & over 2.5 goals (19:45)
England have scored five, five, four and five in their four qualifiers so far, and anything like a repeat will see them win or draw with over 2.5 goals here.
The Three Lions’ ropey defensive performance in September’s 5-3 win against Kosovo should mean that Czech Republic with contribute to the goals as well.
The hosts have scored in 10 consecutive home matches, including against Germany and Brazil.
A 2-1 or 3-1 England victory are your best correct scoreline bets.
Portugal v Luxembourg: Second half to have most goals (19:45)
This bet would have landed in all of Portugal’s last four matches.
Fernando Santos’ side were being held 1-1 by Lithuania at half-time before winning 5-1 last time out, while a 1-0 half-time lead turned into a 4-2 victory at Serbia in the match before that.
Luxembourg haven’t conceded more than once in any of their last five away games. They can frustrate the European champions before succumbing to defeat as they tire in the second half.
Turkey to beat Albania & over 1.5 goals (19:45)
Turkey have won all of their last five matches, with over 1.5 goals landing in four of them.
Senol Gunes’ side won 2-0 at Albania in March, and 4-0 in their last game at Moldova.
Albania have lost five of their last seven away games, with at least two goals being scored in six of them.
Roman Yaremchuk (Ukraine) to score v Lithuania (19:45)
Lithuania have conceded at least twice in six of their last seven away games, shipping four in three of them.
Yaremchuk has scored in all of Ukraine’s last three home matches, so is the obvious candidate to take advantage.
The 23-year-old has scored nine goals in 15 appearances for club and country overall this season.
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