πŸ† Tuesday cheat sheet: All of our best World Cup Qualifier bets in one place
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πŸ† Tuesday cheat sheet: All of our best World Cup Qualifier bets in one place

Get our football experts' best bets for tonight's decisive European World Cup Qualifiers.

Let's get right into our four picks on betPawa. Use our booking code AEF7BCB which auto-fills your slip.

💰 Recommended bets

  • France win & BTTS
  • Wales and Belgium to draw
  • Under 2.5 goals in the Netherlands vs Norway
  • The Czech Republic win to nil

📊 Mini previews

Finland vs France

France has already won Group D, so could be lacking some motivation here but the same certainly cannot be said for Finland, who is currently occupying a playoff spot and are two points clear of Ukraine. Didier Deschamps will be able to field a strong team regardless of who he picks, but it should be a competitive encounter.

Wales vs Belgium

Wales bid to secure second place in World Cup qualifying Group E when Belgium come to Cardiff for a huge game. Romelu Lukaku is missing for the visitors. In 2021, Roberto Martinez's men have been held by the Czech Republic and Greece while they also drew with the Ivory Coast not too long ago. It's tempting to back the Welsh to claim the point they so desperately need.

The Netherlands vs Norway

This was expected to be a final clash between the top two in Group G. Instead, Norway has dropped down to third with a 0-0 draw with Latvia. In all likelihood, they now need a win to even claim a play-off spot. The Dutch could have already qualified, but let a lead slip against Montenegro. With so much at stake, this is likely to be a tense affair. Five of Norway's last six outings have gone under 2.5 goals.

The Czech Republic vs Estonia

The Czech Republic is guaranteed a place in the playoffs regardless of whether they move up from third place to second. That's thanks to the fact that both they and second-placed Wales, won their respective Nations League groups and whoever finishes third, will go into the playoffs via that route. The pressure is off here and they should claim a routine home win. 

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