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Tuesday Betting Guide: Our 5 best football tips 15 10 19

15 Oct | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Tuesday Betting Guide: Our 5 best football tips 15 10 19

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

Half-time/Full time: Georgia/Georgia

Gibraltar are on a nine-match losing streak and haven’t scored a goal in their last eight games.

They have been at least a goal down at half-time in five of those matches, but haven’t been ahead in any of them.

Georgia come into this on the back of a goalless draw with Republic of Ireland on Saturday and have lost just one of their last five matches – a run that includes a 3-0 victory at home to Gibraltar in June.

Eran Zahavi (Israel) to score two or more v Latvia

Zahavi’s goalscoring record is ridiculous.

The striker has netted 35 goals in his last 28 matches for club and country, including 12 in his last nine for Israel.

He stuck three past Latvia in the reverse fixture in June and should be fancied to do well again against a side that has conceded 21 unanswered goals.

Over 2.5 first-half goals in Liechtenstein v Italy

Italy put four past Liechtenstein in the opening 45 minutes of the reverse fixture in March.

The Azzurri followed that by scoring three goals scored in the first half against Greece in June, and are currently on an eight-match winning streak.

Liechtenstein have conceded three or more first-half goals in three of their last four matches against top-15 ranked sides.

BTTS in Sweden v Spain

Spain drew 1-1 with Norway on Saturday, conceding from a stoppage-time penalty to ensure that BTTS has landed in six of their last seven away games.

The only clean sheet La Roja have kept in that sequence came against Malta, while they have shipped goals against Romania, Faroe Islands and Wales.

Sweden haven’t failed to score in any of their last six home games, so should find the net.

Switzerland to beat Republic of Ireland to nil

Republic of Ireland have not scored in five of their last nine away games, failing to have more than three shots on target in any of those matches.

Mick McCarthy’s side have managed one victory in that sequence – a 1-0 win at Gibraltar.

Switzerland thumped Gibraltar 4-0 last month and haven’t lost any of their last 14 competitive home games.

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