Top World Cup Qualify Betting Odds For Today

Qatar 2022 qualifiers for this week are live in Europe; Our World Cup qualifying betting tips for today’s matches are as follows.

Football betting tips: World Cup qualifiers

  • 1pt Belgium to win and Under 2.5 Goals at 9/4 (Sky Bet)
  • 2pts Croatia to beat Slovenia at 4/5 (General)
  • 2pts Slovakia to beat Cyprus at 19/20 (Sky Bet, Betfred)
  • 2pts Montenegro to beat Latvia at 4/5 (General)

Belgium v Wales

This match has been tipped by pundits to be won by the home team, however, less than three (3) goals are expected in the game. The Wales team has been described as a stubborn team. They have remained one of the teams that is difficult to breakdown in international qualifications in recent times. We anticipate the current manager, Robert Page, would lead his charges and play a defensive-minded game.

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Gareth Bale and Daniel James will have a lot to do on the day to keep the Belgiums far from goal mouth exchanges. A breakthrough for the home leading to a lead will be very difficult for Wales to overturn on the day.

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World Cup qualifying betting tips – Belgium 2-0 Wales

(Sky Bet odds: 5/1) for the game favours Belgium who are playing at home. BELGIUM TO WIN AND UNDER 2.5 GOALS at an enticing price of 9/4.

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Score prediction for the World Cup qualifier is: Belgium 2-0 Wales

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World Cup qualifying betting tips: Slovenia v Croatia

Kick-off time: 19:45 GMT, Wednesday

Croatia is not a bad team, however, Slovenia is in top form. The opposition by Croatia on the night will determine the game Slovenia will play. Croatia’s last five wins have come against Kosovo (twice), Moldova (twice), and in a friendly against San Marino. They manage a draw each when they played Greece and Azerbaijan. They have a slim chance of winning against Slovenia and a draw will be their best.

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