With league football taking a break it will be an action-packed week of Euro 2020 and 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. Here are the Top 5 Bets for the Week for you to consider. Bet on these games here.
Guinea-Bissau v Eswatini – Guinea Bissau Win – 1.75
Guinea-Bissau kick-off their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign with a home game against southern African country Eswatini. They’re aiming to participate in only their third AFCON campaign. They have a solid home record in the qualifiers. They’ve won four of their last five at home. On the other hand, Eswatini have a dreadful record away from home in the qualifiers. They’ve lost five of their last seven matches in qualification with their only win in the seven games coming in 2015 against Guinea. This will be the first meeting between these two and Guinea-Bissau clearly have the upper hand.
England v Montenegro – Marcus Rashford To Score – 1.75
England are just one step away from Euro 2020 qualification. They can qualify if they draw with Montenegro or if Kosovo lose to Czech Republic in Group A. With Raheem Sterling out of Thursday’s game following a row with Liverpool’s Joe Gomez, Marcus Rashford should start. The Manchester United forward has been sensational in the last few weeks for his club. He’s scored six goals in seven club appearances. The 22-year-old also scored in England’s last game, which was against Bulgaria in Sofia. With Jadon Sancho doubtful and Sterling out, this is Rashford’s chance to win his place back.
Czech Republic v Kosovo – Czech Republic Win – 1.70
The Czech Republic have won four of their last five Euro 2020 qualifiers including seven of their last nine at home. Kosovo lost 5-3 in their last away match in Group A. Moreover, this is a must-win match for the Czech Republic, taking into account that they will seal their spot in Euro 2020 with a victory.
Turkey v Iceland – Turkey Win – 1.80
Turkey have been brilliant in qualification. With six wins from eight matches including a stunning 2-0 win over World Cup champions France, Senol Gune’s team are just a draw away from clinching a Euro 2020 spot. They have won their last six home matches in Euro qualifiers without conceding a goal. Iceland have lost two of their last three, including a disappointing 4-2 away loss away to Albania in the qualifiers. They’ve also lost three of their last four away from home, meaning they’re going to face an in-form Turkey side whilst in poor away form themselves.
Bosnia and Herzegovina v Italy – Both Teams to Score – 1.60
The Azzurri have won eight out of eight games in Group J and sealed their place in Euro 2020. Both teams have scored in four of both of Italy’s last five qualifiers, as well as in four of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s last five games in the qualifiers. Both teams have also found the back of the net in their last two meetings.