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Accumulator Betting Tip
Scotland to beat Georgia 8/11:
Could this be the year when Scotland qualifies for a major international tournament? Some people seem to think so under Gordon Strachan and the team he holds. This team may have opened their campaign with a 2-1 defeat away to World Cup winners, Germany, but the courageous effort they represented cannot be ignored when they face the other challengers in Group D. Next up for Scotland is a home tie against Georgia, simultaneously to Scotland, Georgia lost their opening game 2-1. Scotland will also be blossomed with confidence because Georgia have failed to win a competitive game in 19 away games now, drawing four and losing fifteen. These two teams last clashed in their bid to make Euro 2008, which proved to be a failed campaign for both, but on home soil, both teams came out with a vital three points. In March 2007, the Scots were victorious beating the Georgians 2-1, but later in October revenge was sweet for Georgia beating Scotland 2-0. Before Scotland’s showdown with the World Cup champions, they were on an impressive four game unbeaten run, featuring impressive away spells, beating Norway and Poland. At Hampden Park, their form could be better, but a win against Georgia could ignite things again. Their last game on Scottish ground was a bore draw against USA towards the end of last year. Then in October 2013, Scotland gained an impressive victory against Croatia, beating the Croats 2-0.
Northern Ireland to beat Faroe Islands 2/7:
Northern Ireland got off to the best possible start when they faced Hungary in their opening game in Group F by defeating Hungary, away from home with a 2-1 victory. Now they face expected strugglers of the group, Faroe Islands in a bid to try and knock off Finland standing at the top of the group. Northern Ireland will be strong favourites arriving into this match, not only after the great performance against Hungary, but Northern Ireland have stood firm against the Scandinavian islanders five times, winning four and drawing one. A win is also a must during this fixture, as Greece and Romania will be their next batch of opponents, and these two teams, when performing well, can cause a threat. Faroe Islands will need to bring something else when they travel to face Northern Ireland, they have only won once in their last five travels, by beating UEFA newcomers, Gibraltar 4-1.
Romania to beat Hungary ¾:
Romania’s last adventure into a Euro International tournament was during Euro 2008 and now they will be hungry when facing Hungary, after defeating expected group challengers, Greece, 1-0 away from home. Romania will also look to continue with their unbeaten run against their neighbours, Hungary, hoping to improve on the number seven. Romania have only lost once in their last five games, this was against Algeria, but during these fixtures, they have beaten Greece, Albania and even held Argentina to a 0-0 draw. Hungary, on the other hand will be hoping to change their mentality after losing to Northern Ireland 2-1 at the Puskas Ferenc Stadion. The defeat against Northern Ireland, dampened their three game unbeaten run, that featured an impressive 2-2 draw against Denmark. However, Hungary still seem to be a bit weak on the attacking front and I strongly feel their neighbours will be making more of the noise come Saturday evening.
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