Best betting tips to bank on for Wednesday
The international break continues, and exciting matches are on display, meanwhile, we have come up with games that can best be banked on by punters for good returns on Wednesday.
URUGUAY vs BRAZIL
There’s a reason that Selecao are still the team with the most number of World Cups after all these years. After the utter embarrassment they suffered at home in the 2014 edition, critics had written them off for the next two decades.
But ever since they have been nothing but phenomenal. They brought some insane players to the team in that short period, and at present, only the ridiculous French squad could be termed better in terms of raw talent.
Note that even with star player Neymar Jr being injured, they cruised through the Copa America 2019, and won the title. In fact, they had conceded a total of one goal all through the tournament, and it had come in the final nonetheless, and that too via a penalty.
As of now, they are the toppers of the table, and they had also been the toppers in the previous edition of the CONMEBOL qualifiers. They have also scored the most number of goals so far, and have conceded the least.
Most importantly, they also have a great h2h record against the Sky Blues over the years. Moreover, Oscar Tabarez’s men have not been that hot lately as well.
Tabarez’s men had recorded a 0-3 win on the road the last match-day, against Colombia. In the meantime, Selecao registered a 1-0 win at home against Venezuela.
Going on, Tite’s men are on a four-fixture winning run, and they had recorded a combined scorecard of 13-2 in the process.
Moreover, the five-time world champions are also on an unbeaten run away from home since October of 2016, barring their loss against Belgium in the 2018 WC Quarter Final.
On the other hand, the Sky Blues were winless in six of their last twelve overall match-ups, and most importantly, they have a total of two h2h wins against this opponent since 1957.
For the reason, count on the in-form Brazil to be the better team on the pitch.
Brazil win or draw is priced at 1.44 odds by 1xbet.
ENGLAND vs ICELAND
The Three Lions, despite having a monster of a team at the moment, have failed to make any kind of an impression in this competition. They have secured a total of just seven points from their five games so far, and with Belgium already having posted 12 points, promotion is now mathematically impossible.
Gareth Southgate is also under intense scrutiny, for having underperformed on such a huge scale. In fact, the team is being put through humiliating ridicule right now – and most of it have some truth behind it as well.
Remember the days when the English boasted of a magnificent midfield quartet of Paul Scholes, Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard, and David Beckham – and still they could not bring back one meaningful trophy.
Southgate better deliver a phenomenal game this Wednesday, or his days at the dugouts will start to get numbered.
He does have the fortune to take on the worst team in the group this match-day – Erik Hamren’s men.
In fact, Strakarnir Okkar have a 100% losing record in the tournament, and they also have a 100% losing record in h2h encounters in English soil.
As such, expect the desperate and hurt England to record a convincing win at the Wembley Stadium.
Southgate’s men lost 2-0 on the road the last match-day, against Belgium. In the meantime, Strakarnir Okkar lost 2-1 on the road the past game week, against Denmark.
Going on, the Three Lions were unbeaten in 19 of their preceding 22 overall fixtures, and they had won ten of their former eleven appearances at home. They had also scored a total of 34 goals from their past ten home fixtures.
By all means, count on Southgate and his men, who have a chip on their shoulders now, to deliver a memorable win this Wednesday, which makes us go for the Over 1.5 team goals by England priced at 1.40 odds by Betwinner
BELGIUM vs DENMARK
Les Diables Rouges are at the top of the table, and have a lead of two points. And this Wednesday they are pitted against their closest competitor, the Danish Dynamites.
As such, Roberto Martinez’s men need just a draw to ensure that they become group champions, and thus progress to the semis of the competition. On the other hand, Kasper Hjulmand’s men need a win at any cost to get to the final-four of the tournament.
By all means we can expect a fierce game at the King Baudouin Stadium.
However, it needs to be understood that Les Diables Rouges are currently ranked first in the world, and have been one of the absolute best teams in the world for the past few years.
They had also defeated this same opponent in the reverse fixture, and that too on the road with a clean sheet.
Likely, expect Belgium to continue their dominating run this game week as well.
Les Diables Rouges recorded a 2-0 win at home the last match-day, against the impressive England side. In the meantime, Hjulmand’s men registered a 2-1 win at home against Iceland.
Going on, Martinez’s men are not only at the top of the table, but they had also scored the most number of goals. They are also the first-ranked team in the world by FIFA, and they had actually cruised to the top of the table in their Euro qualifying campaign with a 100% win record.
Likely, expect a high-scoring thriller this Wednesday as we go for the over 2.5 option priced at 2.00 odds by 22bet.
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