DAILY TREBLE FOOTBALL BETTING TIPS
Greetings to all and welcome to this section of football predictions. In this thread we’ll be bringing you three best football selections on daily basis. For Saturday’s picks, Belgium looks a good shout to score at least 2 goals against Ronaldo-less Portugal, and in Sweden struggling Varnamo should drop yet another 3 points when they travel Degerfors. And lastly Mexico are absolute favourite to clinch a win against Scotland.
- Belgium vs Portugal
Belgium and Portugal clashes at Stade Roi Baudouin in one of the warm up games in preparation for the World cup. The host have scored in 19 of their last 20 non-competitive matches, while they racked up 43 goals in 10 matches during qualifying, and surely they will be looking to add to the good stats against the Portuguese who conceded twice against Tunisia just recently. Belgium to net two or more goals is surely a solid value pick here priced at 1.95 odds.
Pick: Belgium over 1.5 team goals
- Degerfors vs Vanarmo
Degerfors are in pretty decent shapes coming to this game. They have won 2 of their last four matches with two draws which came against Brage and Jonkopings Sodra(both 2-2). They look good Value to continue the good scoring form against the struggling visitors. Vanarmo’s 4-1 defeat last time at home against Falkenborgs made it their third consecutive defeats. To make matter worse for the visitors, they have conceded total of nine goals in their last three games. Its going to take something extraordinary for the visitors to get anything from this game. Therefore, we will be jumping on 1.80 odds offered for the host to claim the three points.
Pick: Home win
- Mexico vs Scotland
Mexico have been very tough side in front of the home crowd and they’ve impressed at the back in their recent games. They will be looking to claim victory in what is their last home match prior to the World Cup.
Scotland have had troubles regularly scoring goals and this could prove another struggling day in the attacking third, after they failed to find the net in three of their last four outings, netting just one along the way.
Scotland Boss Alex McLeish misses a number of first team regulars here and its hard to see how this young Scottish side could ruin Mexico’s plans on raising the confidence ahead of the World Cup. El Tri will also have an electrifying atmosphere at Estadio de Azteca behind them and we truly expect the Mexicans to clinch an easy victory here.
Pick: Home win