World Cup Qualifiers Acca Tips: Fri 9th June

It seems like it has been a good while since I brought you my last selection of tips and these tips may well be my last until the new football season begins in August, so let’s hope I can bring to an end what has been a fantastic and hugely profitable season with another successful acca or two.

These matches are focused on the three days of World Cup Qualifier action taking place from Friday 9th to Sunday 11th June. I’ll be bringing you my tips from all the action each day and if necessary, I’ll be looking outside of the European Qualification section to try and find some great value selections to add to the bet.

I’m hoping that these last three tips of the season could yet bring in some additional profit and I hope that by following these tips, you’ll also give the bookies a bit of a caning too.

Here’s my tips for Friday’s games:

Accumulator Tip – £10 pays £131.40 or £325.60

  • Belarus v Bulgaria – Away Win
  • Bosnia Herzegovina v Greece – Home Win
  • Faeroe Islands v Switzerland – Away Win
  • Latvia v Portugal – Away Win
  • Sweden v France – Away Win

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Bet Analysis: Fri 9th June

Belarus to lose to Bulgaria – Belarus have drawn two and lost three of their five games in Group A, although one draw did come against France to their credit. Bulgaria lie in third place in a very tough Group A with France top of the table Sweden second and the Netherlands fourth. If Bulgaria are to have any chance of qualifying for Russia 2018, then a win here is a must. The Bulgarian’s beat their opponents 1-0 back in November in Sofia, but since then they have also beaten the Netherlands 2-0 and will be boosted by that outstanding result. Belarus have shipped a lot of goals of late and while Bulgaria are hardly prolific scorers, they may not need to be in order to clinch what I expect to be a narrow win here.

Bosnia Herzegovina to beat Greece – This Group H game is a very tough one to call. After a disastrous Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, Greece have found much better form in this World Cup group, winning three and drawing two of their five games to lie second in the group behind Belgium. Bosnia H are a point further back having enjoyed a decent qualifying campaign so far and in Edin Dzeko they have a really talented goalscorer who could be the difference between the two teams. Home advantage is crucial here and with Bosnia-Herzegovina knowing that nothing less than a win will take them above Greece in the table, I fancy the home side to be driven on to snatch a narrow win here and potentially give themselves the advantage of second spot in the group.

Faeroe Isles to lose to Switzerland – This is a relatively safe selection. Switzerland have been hugely impressive in Group B, defeating European Champions Portugal and winning all five of their opening games, including defeating today’s opponents 2-0 back in November. Portugal thrashed the Faroes 6-0 in their away game and while Switzerland are not as freescoring as the Portuguese side, they are a stronger all-round unit and I cannot see a way the Faeroe Islands will grab a goal against a very mean Swiss defence. That only needs Switzerland needing one goal to win it and indeed, I think that will likely be the final score here.

Latvia to be defeated by Portugal – Another Group B selection is another relatively obvious pick. With Cristiano Ronaldo back up front for Portugal, Latvia will have to be at their best but even then that may well not be enough. Portugal have to win to keep pace with Switzerland at the top of the group but the Portuguese are set up well to hit teams on the counter attack and they should be far too strong against a Latvia side that doesn’t possess any really talented players and who have won just one game in five in their group, against Andorra, losing all the other four somewhat comprehensively. I’m fully expecting Ronaldo to grab at least a couple in what should be a comfortable win for the Portuguese in Riga.

Sweden to lose to France – This is arguably the toughest result of the selections tonight to pick but I am backing France to come good although I expect it will be far from easy. Sweden gave the French a real test back in Paris in November and they’ll certainly be keen to do the same again in the Friends Arena on Friday night. However, France’s best form in recent time has come on the road where their pace on the counter attack has helped them gain some outstanding results, most notably a win in Holland against the Netherlands. Sweden lack firepower and I think will struggle to create too much against a French defence that is improving and with Kylian Mbappe likely to see his third cap, I am picking France to maintain their grip at the top of Group A by picking up a narrow win here.

Dave Jackson

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