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Monday Betting Guide: 5 international football tips 18 11 19

18 Nov | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Monday Betting Guide: 5 international football tips 18 11 19

We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for Monday's Euro 2020 qualifiers.

Gibraltar (+4) v Switzerland (19:45)

Switzerland know that a draw will guarantee them a place at Euro 2020, so are unlikely to be too cavalier against Gibraltar.

They won the reverse fixture 4-0, but haven’t beaten this handicap in their last 27 away games, dating back to a 4-0 win at San Marino in 2014.

Gibraltar have only lost two of their last eight home games by more than three goals, including holding Republic of Ireland to a 1-0 defeat.

Finland to win or draw v Greece & under 4.5 goals (19:45)

Finland have qualified for Euro 2020 after only losing two of their last eight matches, one of which was to Italy.

Only one of those eight games have featured more than four goals, while they have won their last two matches 3-0.

Greece have won just one of their last five home games, failing to beat Estonia, Armenia and Liechtenstein on that run.

Ciro Immobile (Italy) to outscore Armenia (19:45)

After being rested against Bosnia & Herzegovina on Friday, Immobile should return to the Italy team here.

The 29-year-old is in good nick, scoring eight goals in his last seven games for Lazio.

Armenia were beaten 3-0 at Finland in their last away game, and have scored one goal in their last three overall.

Republic of Ireland v Denmark half-time correct score: 0-0 (19:45)

It has been 0-0 at half-time in four of Republic of Ireland’s seven Euro 2020 qualifiers, including the reverse fixture against Denmark.

Mick McCarthy’s side have to win this game to qualify, but will be content to still be level going into the last half an hour.

Denmark only need a point to secure their place at Euro 2020, so will be equally happy with a slow start to the game.

Alvaro Morata (Spain) to score v Romania (19:45)

Morata has scored in his last seven games for club and country, including in Friday’s 7-0 win against Malta.

The forward has now scored four goals in his last four games for Spain.

Romania lost 2-0 to Sweden on Saturday, and have only kept clean sheets against Malta and Faroe Islands in their last nine.

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