Monday Betting Guide: Our writers' 5 best football tips
We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and goalscorers, into one bite-size betting preview for Monday's internationals.
Hungary to beat Slovakia (19:45)
Hungary’s 1-0 win over Wales in their last home game means they come into this having won five of their last six competitive matches.
Marco Rossi’s side are also on a five-match winning streak at the Groupama Arena and will stay level on points with Group E leaders Croatia with a victory.
Slovakia have lost seven of their last nine matches on the road and were hammered 4-0 at home to Croatia on Friday.
Germany to beat Northern Ireland & under 3.5 goals (19:45)
Germany had won three Group C matches out of three prior to their 4-2 loss against the Netherlands on Friday – only their third qualifying defeat in 12 years.
Joachim Low’s side should get back on track against a side they’ve beaten in their last seven meetings, though it’s unlikely to be a rout.
There have been three goals or fewer in each of Northern Ireland’s last 17 matches, while Germany only managed a 2-0 victory over Belarus in their last away game in June.
San Marino (+3) v Cyprus (19:45)
San Marino have lost 14 home games on the spin and will almost definitely lose this one, but should at least keep it respectable.
They were beaten 4-0 by Belgium on Friday, but restricted Scotland and Belarus to 2-0 scorelines in their previous two home games.
Cyprus were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Kazakhstan on Friday, while a 2-1 victory over Gibraltar two years ago remains their only away win in 16 matches.
Belgium to beat Scotland to nil (19:45)
Belgium’s 4-0 win over San Marino on Friday maintained their 100 per cent start after five games in Group I.
Roberto Martinez’s side have conceded just one goal in qualifying and have won each of their last five games against Scotland to nil.
Scotland have lost 10 of their last 16 matches, including defeats to Russia, Belgium and Kazakhstan during this qualifying campaign.
Eran Zahavi to score v Slovenia (19:45)
Zahavi netted the opener for Israel in their 1-1 draw at home to North Macedonia on Thursday to continue his remarkable scoring record.
That was his 10th goal in seven matches for his country in a run that has included two hat tricks in his last four appearances.
The 32-year-old has also bagged 31 goals in 25 matches in the Chinese Super League this season for Guangzhou R&F.
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