There's action all around the globe on Tuesday evening with World Cup qualifiers in full swing.
Let's get right into our picks. You can take all four on a bet-builder using our booking code 4B59630 which auto-fills your slip with betPawa.
🧠 Recommended bets:
- Netherlands to beat Turkey & over 2.5 goals
- BTTS in Austria vs Scotland
- Denmark to beat Israel & BTTS
- Under 2.5 goals in Croatia vs Slovenia
- Under 2.5 goals in France vs Finland
🇳🇱🇹🇷 Netherlands vs Turkey
The Netherlands was winning at both HT/FT in six of their last eight WCQ matches. These sides both won over the weekend, with the Netherlands defeating Montenegro 4-0 and Turkey winning 3-0 in Gibraltar. It's Turkey that is top of Group G, a point ahead of second-placed Holland and they won the reverse fixture 4-2. Another high-scoring meeting is on the cards.
🇦🇹🏴 Austria vs Scotland
Expect no love lost in a rivalry that was once abandoned in 1963 due to waist-high tackles, punches and persistent fouls. Incredibly, that battle was actually a friendly match played out in front of 95,000 fans at Hampden Park. Back to the future now, and Austria’s 5-2 defeat to Israel on Saturday sees them slump to fourth in Group F and they will view this match in Vienna as a must-win. The Austrians have now scored at least twice in four of their five qualifiers though, and with just one of the 21 previous H2Hs ending goalless, this should be an entertaining contest.
🇩🇰🇮🇱 Denmark vs Israel
Denmark used their 1-0 win over the Faroe Islands to rest their key stars, which is a show of respect to an Israel side that beat Austria 5-2 at home on Saturday. Since losing 2-0 to Denmark in their opening Group F match, second-placed Israel is unbeaten in four (W3 D1), scoring 13 goals in their last three games. The visitors will make this a good contest.
🇭🇷🇸🇮 Croatia vs Slovenia
Croatia is looking to avenge their 1-0 defeat in the reverse fixture. Since then, they are unbeaten in four (W3 D1) and have not conceded a single goal. Slovenia comes into this match off the back of a 1-0 win over Malta and they'll attempt to frustrate their more illustrious opponents here.
🇫🇷🇫🇮 France vs Finland
France drew 1-1 with Ukraine at the weekend, which was their second consecutive draw in Group C. If you go back into Euro 2020, it was their fifth consecutive stalemate. Now they come up against a Finnish side that is unbeaten in three qualifiers (W1 D2) so this will be tight.
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