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Tuesday Betting Guide: 5 international football tips 10 09 19

09 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Tuesday Betting Guide: 5 international football tips 10 09 19

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

BTTS: No & under 2.5 goals in Albania v Iceland (19:45) {ODDS:465279147:19/20}

Albania lost 4-1 to France on Saturday, with their consolation goal a stoppage-time penalty.

BTTS had not landed in their previous 10 matches, including a 1-0 loss away to Iceland in June.

Iceland lost 4-0 in France in their last away game and have failed to score in five of their last 10 on the road.

Half-time/Full-time: England/England v Kosovo (19:45) {ODDS:466747803:7/20}

This is a shorter price than I normally like to tip, but it should come in without any problems.

England have been winning at half-time in all three of their Group A games and have lost just one of their last 17 at home.

Kosovo have made an unbeaten start to their qualifying campaign, but have won just three away games in 12.

Under 2.5 goals in Luxembourg v Serbia (19:45) {ODDS:465278632:21/20}

Luxembourg have lost 1-0 in back-to-back games against Northern Ireland and Ukraine, while there have under 2.5 goals in five of their last eight matches.

Serbia were thumped 5-0 by Ukraine in their last away game, but there had been fewer than three goals in each of their previous nine matches.

Turkey to beat Moldova to nil (19:45) {ODDS:465280728:31/40}

Moldova were beaten 3-0 away to Iceland on Saturday, their third defeat in four matches without scoring.

Turkey beat Andorra 1-0 over the weekend and have won three of their last four to nil, while they also beat Moldova 4-0 in March.

BTTS in Montenegro v Czech Republic (19:45) {ODDS:465281453:17/20}

BTTS has landed in three of Czech Republic’s last four matches, including in a 3-1 loss to Brazil in March.

Their 5-0 defeat away to England is the only time in seven matches Jaroslav Silhavy’s side have failed to score.

Both teams have bagged in four of Montenegro’s last five matches and they have failed to score just twice in their last eight.

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