New Zealand v England Test Match Betting – Cricket Odds
A two-match Test series doesn’t offer a great deal of scope for punters and rather gives the impression it’s been tacked on to the Ashes Tour to fill a gap between that and the start of the English domestic season. However, both New Zealand and England will be taking it seriously and, on paper and in recent history, look closely matched.
The last two Test series between the teams have ended all-square. Odds of 9/4 are available for the draw in the First Test at Eden Park and 11 of the last 16 meetings between the Kiwis and the Three Lions at that venue have ended without a positive result. England, in fact, have lost just once in Auckland in the same time period, winning four.
Joe Root’s men look the value bet at 29/20 with Unibet, therefore, unless the weather intervenes. New Zealand’s climate can be even more temperamental than that in England and they have concerns over the fitness of Ross Taylor. He is one of only two really world-class batsmen that the hosts possess. The other is captain Kane Williamson, who can be almost impossible to dislodge if in the mood. However, that pair can’t do everything on their own. New Zealand’s attack is not as quick or devastating as Australia’s but they are experienced and know how the get the best out of home conditions.
England will certainly have to be wary but they’ve had a major boost with Ben Stokes able to bowl in the nets having struggled in England’s ODI win against the Kiwis. Jimmy Anderson will lead the line for England’s bowling attack but his long-time new-ball partner Stuart Broad might find himself relegated. The 31-year-old Nottinghamshire quickie has been away and modified his bowling action having been poor over the last 12 months – he only picked up 11 wickets in that Ashes debacle. His place could be taken by either Mark Wood or the ever-improving Chris Woakes.
Captain Root scored an untroubled century in England’s final prep game and it’s hard to get away from the Yorkshireman being top scorer in the First Test at 11/4 with Betway, though fellow Yorkie Johnny Bairstow has been in equally good form and the wicketkeeper is an attractive 17/2 with Unibet to be Top England Batsman. Williamson will be targeted by England’s bowlers but, with Taylor a possible absentee, the 3/1 with Betway for the Kiwi skipper to be Top New Zealand Batsman looks good.
Marin Cilic Could Be The Each Way Play In Miami Open Tennis Betting
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ATP Miami Open
The Sunshine swing of the ATP Tour rolls into Florida this week for the Miami Open and it is a fascinating market on the men's side with a number of key names still missing. Rafa Nadal and Andy Murray remain on the sidelines whilst Novak Djokjovic has looked rusty since returning from surgery and is hard to fancy as a result.
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Federer Remains The One To Beat
The year is 2018 but yet it is still Roger Federer (6/4 with Ladbrokes) who is the main man in men's tennis as he continues a fairy-tale last 18 months.
The Australian Open Champion only lost his first match of 2018 on Sunday when going down to Juan Martin Del Potro in the Indian Wells Final, and he will go to Florida as the one to beat. The Swiss is the defending champion in Miami but by his standards it has been a tough venue given his success elsewhere.
Fed was the in the final for the first time in 11 years 12 months ago when dispatching Nadal and although he is the one to beat, a deep run in Indian Wells is hardly the ideal prep for a man heading towards his 37th birthday.
Del Potro Looking To Back Up Indian Wells Win
The man in form heading into Florida is Juan Martin Del Potro (9/2) and he is going to be full of confidence.
The popular Argentinian beat Federer in a stunning Indian Wells Final on Sunday afternoon as he once again proved that on his day, he is capable of beating anyone. His long history of injury problems is however a slight worry and especially when you are thinking of tipping him to win back-to-back tournaments.
Federer looks in pole position in the top half of the draw which leaves the bottom half looking much more open.
One man who could take advantage of that is #2 Seed Marin Cilic who has the game to beat anyone in these conditions. The Croat has been to two of the last three Grand Slam Finals, including the Australian Open, and at 18/1 with Coral there is some each-way juice in his current price.
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*Odds correct as of 20th Mar, 09:58. Odds are subject to change.
Jason Day Tipped To Land Third WGC Match Play Title In Austin
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We are counting down the days until the Masters at Augusta, and all the top golfers in the world will want to be sharpening up their games ahead of the first Major of the year, and this week the PGA Tour heads to the Austin Country Club as the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play takes centre stage, and there's a star-studded field of 64 doing battle for the prize.
There will be 16 groups of four players all doing battle over the first few days, while only the top player from each group will qualify for the last-16, and it will then be straight knockout until a winner is crowned, and with the Match Play format sure to produce some tense finishes then we are set for an epic tournament in the United States.
Rory McIlroy won the Bay Hill Invitational last week
Rory McIlroy produced some stunning golf to win the Bay Hil Invitational at the weekend, and the Northern Irishman will be aiming to record back-to-back wins, and he was a winner of this event in 2015, and at 8/1 with Ladbrokes has to set the standard here, as he looks to build on some fine rounds of golf last week.
Reigning champion Dustin Johnson is sure to be a leading contender for this year's tournament, and the hard-hitting American is a point bigger at 9/1 with Ladbrokes, and he should cruise through the group stages before going deep into the competition, and he could be a lively adversary to McIlroy.
Jon Rahm was defeated by Johnson in last year's final, and the Spaniard will be looking to make amends for that loss, and is 14/1 with ***, while Justin Thomas is another prominent figure in the betting at 12/1 with Unibet, and has to be considered another star that should go deep into the competition.
Day The Selection
Jason Day is a player with a fine record in this tournament having first lifted the trophy in 2014, while two years later the Australian got the better of Louis Oosthuizen in the final, so it's surprising to see a man with huge pedigree in the event as big as 14/1 with William Hill, and if he can find his best form then has to be one to watch out for, and it's ironic that he will face Oosthuizen (66/1) in the group stages.
Best Of The Rest
Jordan Spieth is a 20/1 shot with ***, and those odds could prove very generous if the American wizard can produce his best golf, while the likes of recent winner Paul Casey (22/1) and Phil Mickelson (25/1) add more depth to a contest that is a who's who of the golfing world, but it's Jason Day that can come out on top, and he can land a hat-trick of wins in the event.
2018 WGC Dell Technologies Match Play Odds
*Odds correct as of 19th Mar, 14:43. Odds are subject to change.
The Saint Greg Browning’s Tips: Stats says take goals in Dundee
I DON’T disagree too much with anything Mr Fixit has said on his Scottish preview.
There are a couple of games that look really tough to call.
Elgin v Stirling
Elgin have collected 30 of their 40 points at home – this isn’t an easy game to predict. Elgin aren’t in great shape overall but on home soil they are hard to oppose. Stirling Albion are a decent team and will fancy leaving here with three points – they may do so and have only lost one of their last eight meetings against Elgin. Goals could be the best shout.
Edinburgh v Clyde
Can understand why Mr F has gone for Clyde not to lose rather than the straight win – Edinburgh are on a good run at the moment and are tough to beat at home but Clyde themselves are in fine form and have David Goodwillie so always have a chance. Both to score the best shout here.
Dundee United v QoS
This is where my bet will be coming from – these two met last Tuesday with United tuning out 3-1 winners in Dumfries. The last six meetings between these two have ended 3-1, 2-1, 4-2, 2-3, 3-3 and 4-1 and wouldn’t be surprised to see both sides sides score. United have scored in 26 of their last 29 at home while Queens have found the net in 13 of their last 15 away games.
ONE of the most iconic sights in sport in the 1990s was a triumphant Tiger Woods marching up the 18th fairway having blown away all-comers.
He always wore a red Nike polo shirt and usually had several shots in hand.
It’s five years since the Big Cat purred in the winner’s circle but the former world No.1 is back on the prowl after successful back surgery cured his chronic pain and lack of movement.
He’s no swinging defective any more and a second-placed finish in the Valspar Championship sparked panic among the bookies.
Woods’s Major wins have stalled on 14 but he’ll head to Augusta next month believing he can lift a fifth Masters – and you can never have enough Green Jackets in your wardrobe.
He loves Augusta (who doesn’t) but at a best 10-1 with Ladbrokes it would take a lot of faith to back him when you consider he was 100-1 a few weeks ago.
His price has crashed after a he followed a second-place finish in the Valspar Championship with fifth in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
At one point on Sunday he was outright favourite for Augusta but then dropped three shots in two holes as Rory McIlroy launched a birdie blitz to storm to glory.
Coral spokesman Harry Aitkenhead said: “We’ve taken a lot of bets over the last week or so on Tiger. He was 33-1 before his second at the Valspar and after tying for fifth at Bay Hill he’s gone from 14-1 to 9-1 second favourite. He’d be a hugely popular winner for golf fans and punters alike but not for bookmakers,”
McIlroy is now outright favourite for the Masters at 9-1 with Unibet while world No.1 Dustin Johnson is 10-1 at Unibet.
If McIlroy plays as he did on Sunday he’ll take some stopping and he looks to have his A game back.
But the Irishman is yet to conquer Augusta – it’s all he needs for a career Grand Slam – while Woods has 13 top-10 finishes but has played just once since 2013.
I followed him round that year and it was an incredible experience even though I knew he couldn’t catch Jordan Spieth.
I’d love to see Rory or Justin Rose win but if Tiger’s the man being hailed on the last I’ll be applauding like everyone else.
BOXING has been on a high in recent years and this spring and summer should see some real blockbuster bouts.
I asked contributor Danny Cox to give me some tips on forthcoming big fights for a betting pullout I had to do for the Record last week. In case you missed the article here it is.
Danny says: First stop on March 31 in Cardiff is a mouth-watering heavyweight unification fight as IBF and WBA champion Anthony Joshua attempts to add Joseph Parker’s WBO crown to his collection.
This should be a belter with a bout against WBC champion Deontay Wilder and a chance to be the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis awaiting.
Parker could cause Joshua problems but the Brit’s power should produce a stoppage in the latter half of the fight.
Joshua to win by KO/TKO/DQ is 1-3 with Betfair. To finish it in rounds 7-12 appeals at 9-5 with Ladbrokes, as does rounds 10-12 at 11-2 with William Hill. Rounds 9-10 at 11-2 with Hills and round 9 at 12-1 at McBookie also tempt.
Both fighters to be knocked down may also be worth a look at 10-1 with Paddy Power.
Be sure to clear the diary on the weekend of May 5 as a double bill of rematches hits our screens. David Haye seeks to avenge his defeat by Tony Bellew last year.
If the former is fit he should edge it in the middle rounds.
Haye to win is 7-15 at Marathonbet and win by KO/TKO/DQ is 4-5 at Ladbrokes. Higher value picks can be found on Haye rounds 5-8 at 3-1 with Ladbrokes, rounds 7-12 at 16-5 with Paddy Power, rounds 5-6 at 6-1 with Ladbrokes while rounds 5, 6 and 7 can be had on their own at 12-1 with various firms.
You can then set your alarms for the rematch between Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin in Las Vegas in the early hours of May 6.
A draw in the first fight deprived Golovkin of his perfect record but not his WBA, WBC and IBF middleweight titles, which are on the line again. He will want to cement his reputation as one of the finest-ever middleweights by defeating Alvarez whose only loss so far was to Floyd Mayweather.
I fancy a Golovkin points win. He’s 8-13 at Marathonbet and the points win is 9-4.
The fight to go the distance at 8-11 with Paddy Power is attractive and for those who fancy history to repeat itself the draw/technical draw is 20-1 with Hills, *** and others.
Billy Joe Saunders, James De Gale, Amir Khan, Terence Crawford, Manny Pacquiao and Carl Frampton should all win in April/May. Adonis Stevenson and Badou Jack do battle on May 19 for the WBC light heavyweight title.
Special mention goes to a featherweight rematch where Leo Santa Cruz will be looking to repeat his 2015 majority decision win over Abner Mares on June 9 in LA.
There’s so much to look forward to when the first bell sounds.
Betfair have become the second online operator to team up with stats site WhoScored.Com to launch a Man of the Match market. BetVictor partnered up with the site to do the same thing and reported a high return of popularity in the market.
This isn’t a Man of the Match award based on the opinion of a random pundit, it is stats-based. WhoScored.Com is a revolutionary stats-based website and how they rate the Man of the Match is based on statistical data.
It based on a rating system which analyses over 200 different stats on players in a match. The Man of the Match market will be available at Betfair for the remainder of the Premier League season.
Cristiano Acconci, WhoScored.com’s Co-Founder and CEO, said: “Having our Man of the Match market on two bookmakers really shows the quality and credibility of our ratings system.
“This market also allows all football fans to join without being betting experts, it’s a fun market to bet on with very favourably odd margins.”
Look out for the Colorado Avalanche, as they’ve been paving a path towards the playoffs. There’s no denying the Winnipeg Jets as a comeback story, but if I’m name a team to win that award, it has to go to the Avs who have gone from last to competing for a playoff spot in a year. No, I didn’t forget about the Golden Knights. There was nothing for them to comeback from as an expansion franchise, but they should get an award for their amazing story. That’s quite amazing, and the Avalanche’s season has been quite amazing.
Out with Duchene and in with a competitive hockey team. Others have taken on more of a role without Duchene around. Nathan MacKinnon has evolved into a superstar, while Tyson Barrie is finally earning a paycheck this year. The Avs said goodbye to a pretty good player, Ryan O’Reilly, to be able to afford Barrie. It looked like a one-sided trade for a couple of years, but Barrie has been a solid contributor in 2017-18. MacKinnon is coming off a 2 goal performance over the Detroit Red Wings, a 5-1 win for the Avs.
The 25-year-old captain, Gabriel Landeskog, has also been finding it easier this season. These are all guys who should be playing on this level. They weren’t last season, though, and the result was an ugly campaign at the back of the pack. With the talent on their roster, it came as a frustrating year for Avalanche fans. They’ve been trying to make up for lost time with a solid effort here, though. The Avs currently have the second wild card with a record of 39-25-8. They play the visitor role against the Blackhawks in Chicago tonight. Head below for our free Avalanche vs. Blackhawks pick.
Colorado Avalanche vs. Chicago Blackhawks Pick
It’s been a comeback story for the Avalanche this season. And on the other side of the game, it’s been a disaster for the Blackhawks. It’s a year they best forget and move on from. I can’t say this team was playing at their best before Corey Crawford went down, but that was pretty well the dagger that solidified the beginning of the end. The Hawks have bounced between several netminders since and have landed on J-F Berube most recently. Berube enters with a lackluster save percentage of 0.897 and whopping 3.7 GAA. He saw 14 appearances with the Islanders a year ago and allowed 30 goals. In only 10 starts this season, Berube has already surpassed that with 32 goals allowed.
The Hawks may be better off playing with an empty net lately. In their last ten games, they’ve allowed 4.4 goals per game. Conversely, the Avalanche have scored 4.1 per game. The offence has been impressive in Denver all year long, with plenty of playmakers to be had on the Avalanche. In five of their last six games, they’ve scored at least 4 goals in each. Good luck to Berube, but I don’t see this going over very well. The Blackhawks have been adequate offensively, but pylons in net are not going to work out too well. I’d take a look at the OVER in Chicago, with something like a 4-3 final looking on target.
Mr Fixit’s Top Tips: TV or not TV – that is the question?
ANYONE bored yet with no top-class footie on the box? What about a lack of betting opportunities?
Everyone went the stretch on Monday to find something to punt on with varying degrees of success.
I picked out Doncaster against Bradford but Greuther Furth, who were flagged up as Bundesliga’s form side, lost at fellow strugglers Aue.
Jordan went down the Israeli route and picked a cracker while Greg’s tip was on Liberec v Dukla reserves was also a winner.
Well done to everyone who profited on a quiet night and went to the bother of posting tips.
There are more games to look at on Tuesday and I’ve posted a separate preview on the Scottish lower-league matches including Dundee United v Queen of the South and Brechin v Dunfermline.
In Tuesday’s Daily Record I’ve advised a Top Treble and going for it here today.
There are a few games in England and I may add a goals tip in the morning.
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2pts Top Treble
Dundee Utd draw no bet
Clyde not to lose
March Super Singles Total: +3.5pts
March Advised Accas Total: +10.85pts
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Scottish Football Tips: United can reign over Queens
DUNDEE UNITED need to pick up points from their games in hand to have a chance of finishing second in the Championship.
St Mirren have all but clinched the title and runners-up spot, which means fewer play-off matches, is between Livingston and United.
Surprise guys Livi are seven points clear but Csaba Laslzo’s side have three games in hand so need to make inroads starting tonight.
United face a QoS side they beat 3-1 last midweek and the Dumfries men also went down3-1 to St Mirren on Saturday.
The Tangerines are 9-10 at McBookie to win and should do so while a third 3-1 loss in a row for Queens pays 15-1 at McBookie.
Elsewhere in the Championship Brechin are still winless and just about down as they prepare to entertain a Dunfermline side battling with Morton for the final play-off slot.
Brechin’s best chance of a first win came and went on Saturday when they were beaten 3-1 at home to second-bottom Dumbarton. The Pars are a best 8-15 at Betway and I’d consider them minus one at 7-5 with BetBright.
Ayr have surged into a three-point lead at the top of League One and can extend it to six by winning at Albion Rovers. They are 5-11 at 188Bet.
Airdrie tackle Alloa after earning a 2-2 draw at Recreation Park at the weekend. Both to score again pays a best 4-6 at ***.
In League Two Clyde continue to impress and will expect to win at Edinburgh City at 31-20 with Black Type. Edinburgh though picked up a good point at home to Stirling at the weekend so it might be right to keep the draw on side by going Clyde draw no bet at 5-6 with Betfair.
Stenhousemuir welcome a Cowdenbeath side whose win at home to Elgin on Saturday was their first this year. Can’t see them making it a second and Stenny are 6-10 at Marathonbet.
Jordan’s US Sports Tips: Brooklyn can Net you a winner
PHILLY have a day’s rest over Charlotte and with Philly in good form and climbing the eastern conference, they should get the W tonight.
They’ve actually been the second best team in the east over there last 30 games, and the best team at home over their last 15 winning 13. Simmons will undoubtedly by rookie of the year, accomplishing what only two other rookies have done in NBA history. Over 500 boards, 500 assists and 1000 points. He and Embiid will get this done.
I’m going to say that Memphis’ win against Denver was an absolute fluke, but you can’t quite trust a team with a losing record. However, somebody has to lose and the Nets are rested over the one win in twenty games-Grizzlies.
The Nets have beaten Dallas and Charlotte over their last five, while beating the Bulls at home. All of these wins have come against teams with a higher win % than Memphis so I’ll happily take a chance on Brooklyn in this spot.
Russia v Brazil Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd March 2018
Russia v Brazil Betting Preview – International Friendly 23rd March
Brazil make the trek to Russia to get their warm-up campaign ahead of the World Cup 2018 going. It will be interesting to see how the hosts handle this game as they really need to kick on because their 2017 was really poor. Brazil were comfortable World Cup qualifiers and they will explore their options without the injured Neymar.
Russia v Brazil Betting Tips
Are Russia going to be poor hosts at the World Cup in the summer? Judging by how their 2017 went, they look as if they may struggle to even get out of the group stage. The Russians went W3 D4 L4 in their eleven internationals played last year which included the Confederations Cup. The wins for the Russians were over Hungary, New Zealand and South Korea while they failed to beat the likes of Chile, Ivory Coast, Mexico and Iran. They pulled off something of a surprise in their last friendly though, playing out a 3-3 draw at home against Spain in Saint Petersburg which was a shock. Just back before that though they played Argentina and lost 1-0. They should easily end up being second best to Brazil in this one and both teams not to score at 8/11 odds with William Hill* (Betting Odds taken at 03:54 p.m. on March 19th, 2018) has some appeal.
Russia and Brazil have met twelve times before and Russia are yet to win one against the Selecao. Brazil are W8 D4 then against Russia from their previous meeting scoring 23 and conceding just the seven. Their last friendly was back in 2013 at Stamford Bridge when the two played out a 1-1 draw. The last friendly that they played together in Russia ended in a 1-0 victory for Brazil. In the William Hill correct score market a 1-0 option is at 5/1 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 03:54 p.m. on March 19th, 2018).
Brazil have a good test ahead of them all the same in this one. They are without the injured Neymar and so this will be a primer for them to see how they may cope if he’s not fit at the World Cup. Qualification was easy for the Brazilians this time around to get to the World Cup and in 2017 they suffered just one defeat, which was against Argentina in the Superclasico in Melbourne Australia. They played England in their last friendly, which ended in a 0-0 draw at Wembley and of the seven wins that they banked in 2017, six of them were with a clean sheet. Brazil to win to nil at William Hill is at 8/5 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 03:54 p.m. on March 19th, 2018). Even without Neymar, Brazil are not really short on goal scoring threats, even though he is the one who carries the can for them. With the likes of Gabriel Jesus, Willian, Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho they will probably be just fine.
Russia v Brazil Betting Odds*
Brazil 3/5, Draw 11/4, Russia 19/4* (Betting Odds taken at 03:54 p.m. on March 19th, 2018)
Russia v Brazil Predictions
Brazil are good enough to land a win in this one. Russia just look as average as you can get right now and lack any kind of star quality. Even without Neymar Brazil have it in spades and they can land themselves a victory.
Germany v Spain Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd March 2018
Germany v Spain Betting Preview – International Friendly 23rd March
This is one of the big highlights of Friday’s list of international friendly matches. Germany are going to the World Cup’s the joint-favourites alongside Brazil and given the form of the Germans, they are going to receive plenty more backing. Spain are up there in the leading pack as well though, but which one of these can make a nice bold statement for themselves in this Friday night friendly fixture?
Germany v Spain Betting Tips
Germany, who are the current World Cup holders, went through 20127 without suffering a single loss with a W11 D4 record. They played back to back friendly matches against England and France last November and they were held to a draw in both of those games. So it will be interesting to see how they deal with the Spaniards. Timo Werner is Germany’s shortest-priced option with *** at 7/4 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 07:27 p.m. on March 19th, 2018) in the anytime goalscorer market and the youngster could be a big star at the World Cup. Germany have rattled off thirteen goals in their three home fixtures and just back in the summer they sent a youth team to the Confederations Cup and won the tournament still.
Spain and Germany have met 22 times before and from those games, Germany are 9-7 ahead with sixteen drawn games. Thirteen of those games have been friendly fixtures and from those, the Germans are 5-4 ahead. The last time they were together in a friendly was in November 2014 which Germany won 1-0 away from home.
Spain also had an unbeaten 2017 which may have gone unnoticed as their progress was pretty much under the radar. That is because most of their matches were winnable ones as they had a really easy World Cup qualification group aside from Italy, who they took four points off anyway. Spain were W8 D2 last year across their matches. They were held to a 3-3 draw against Russia in their last match, an international friendly so they are needing to go out and test themselves against higher quality oppositions. They will go on to face Argentina on March 27th in another big match for them. The Spaniards have found the back of the net regularly enough, and it is Diego Costa who is the 21/10 *** outright anytime goalscorer favourite, the former Chelsea man getting called up ahead of Alvaro Morata. Even though they had a lot of easy games last year, they did take a 2-0 win away at France in a friendly.
Germany v Spain Betting Odds*
Germany 7/5, Spain 19/10, Draw 23/10* (Betting Odds taken at 07:27 p.m. on March 19th, 2018)
Germany v Spain Predictions
There may not be too much to choose between them at the end of the day, but of the two, Germany are the ones who carry a greater threat. They are more likely to find the end product at the end of the day as Spain just haven’t had those big tests against better quality opponents for a while.
Netherlands v England Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd March 2018
Netherlands v England Betting Preview – International Friendly 23rd March
England really start to turn on their World Cup preparations now as they head out to the Amsterdam Arena for a friendly against the Dutch on Friday night. The Netherlands didn’t manage to make it to the tournament Finals after another poor qualification for a major tournament. England have ambitions for the summer and this is a good chance to see how they can cope without Harry Kane.
Netherlands v England Betting Tips
The Netherlands may have failed to get to the World Cup but they are a team in form, having won their last five games on the bounce and each of the last three with a clean sheet as well. With England going without Harry Kane, the Netherlands to win to nil are 3/1 odds at Ladbrokes* (Betting Odds taken at 08:04 p.m. on March 19th, 2018). Their last friendly was against Romania back in November which they won 3-0 and the Dutch have a bit of quality up front in Bas Dost who is the 7/4 outright favourite in the anytime goalscorer market* (Betting Odds taken at 08:04 p.m. on March 19th, 2018). The Dutch have won their last four games at home, scoring fifteen goals and conceding just the one in that sequence. Their last was a 2-0 win over Sweden who are going to the World Cup.
There is plenty of history between these two as they have met twenty times before and it is the Dutch who narrowly lead 6-5. Fifteen of their previous meetings have all been friendly matches and they are tied at four each from those. Their most recent friendly meeting was 2012 clash at Wembley which the Dutch took a 3-2 victory in.
England will see what life without the injured Harry Kane is like in this one. England have struggled in front of goal under Gareth Southgate it’s fair to say. They only managed to come up with 18 goals in World Cup qualifying but were solid at the back conceding just three times. Both teams not to score at Ladbrokes is a 5/6 option* (Betting Odds taken at 08:04 p.m. on March 19th, 2018). The Three Lions have drawn their last two friendly matches, big tests against Germany and Brazil, both games ending goalless. In The Ladbrokes correct score market a 0-0 draw is at 7/1 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 08:04 p.m. on March 19th, 2018). There’s a big chance for the likes of Marcus Ashford and Raheem Sterling to shine in attack for England, while it will likely be Jamie Vardy leading the line for them.
Netherlands v England Betting Odds*
Netherlands 29/20, England 7/4, Draw 2/1* (Betting Odds taken at 08:04 p.m. on March 19th, 2018)
Netherlands v England Predictions
The Dutch don’t look a bad bet in this one. They have no pressure on them and are on a good winning streak of form. England are lacking goals and could struggle on the road against a confident side, so a home win looks favourable in this fixture.
Argentina v Italy Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd March 2018
Argentina v Italy Betting Preview – International Friendly 23rd March
This should be a pretty interesting contest between two of the giants of international football. Unfortunately only Argentina will be at the World Cup as the Italians had that blow out against Sweden in the play off round. So they are looking to get themselves a bit of confidence back, while it is momentum that Argentina needs.
Argentina v Italy Betting Tips
It was not a great World Cup qualification campaign from the Albiceleste at all. They struggled to put things together as an attacking unit and only Bolivia, who finished second bottom of their CONMEBOL qualification, managed to score fewer goals than Argentina did. But Argentina got across the line after Jorge Sampaoli came in to finish off the managerial job with them in the qualifiers. His inclusion as head coach makes Argentina a fascinating prospect. While he didn’t change a lot in trying to get Argentina over the qualification finishing line, he likes his sides to generally play a more open, attacking game. This will be a test for them against a side who keep the ball away from them, and Argentina lost their last friendly, a 2-4 defeat against Nigeria in Russia last November.
Even though this is a talented Argentina side this will probably be a low scoring duel and under 2.5 goals at *** is at 3/5 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 3:31 p.m. on March 19th, 2018). Argentina really didn’t give up much defensively in World Cup qualification so they can hold their own at the back. They are stacked with offensive talent and Lionel Messi is the 21/10* (Betting Odds taken at 3:31 p.m. on March 19th, 2018) anytime goalscorer market for the fixture. Italy have a striker in brilliant form as well this season as Lazio’s Ciro Immobile who is the current Serie A top scorer. However, again with all of the attacking might that could be on show, if either land a victory in this fixture you would imagine that it would be with a clean sheet and both teams not to score is at even money. This game is being played at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.
Italy are W2 D2 L1 in their last five games and they have all gone under 2.5 goals. Their World Cup qualification campaign came to an end with a play off defeat against Sweden so they will be putting their feet up for the summer. Serving as the caretaker head coach is Luigi Di Biagio at the moment, with rumours that Chelsea’s Antonio Conte is favourite to take over full time. Italy will face England on March 27th and are good friendly opponents for the big teams heading to World Cup. The Italians have lost their last two games against Argentina. The two of them have met 14 times before with Argentina 6-3 ahead. This is their first friendly since 2013 when Argentina won 2-1 in Rome.
Argentina v Italy Betting Odds*
Argentina 19/20, Draw 23/10, Italy 3/1* (Betting Odds taken at 3:31 p.m. on March 19th, 2018).
Argentina v Italy Predictions
The draw looks to be a decent option to roll this with. This is on neutral territory between two sides who are generally hard to beat and so there probably won’t be too much to give between them. Will Argentina be that adventurous after their loss against Nigeria last time out? It looks even, back the draw.
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