After qualifying last match, Italy can relax a little against a home Danish side that needs to win to move up to the highly coveted second place spot.Bet today and take advantage of a sweet deal from William Hill where you can land a $100 betting bonus simply by opening a free account!
After a 2-1 comeback home win against the Czech Republic last month, Italy come into their second last match of World Cup Qualifiers already having secured a ticket to Brazil. With no pressure on his side, manager Cesare Prandelli will expect his squad to come out strong although he will be tinkering around with the roster to try new things.
Italy comes in as underdogs with odds of 3.00 available at William Hill for the outright win.
The home side are favoured at 2.40 despite having yet to win at home during the qualifying campaign. They have two draws and a 4-0 loss against Armenia on home soil which has cost them valuable points.
They must find a way to crack a stingy Italian defence that has only conceded five goals so far. Still, I expect the Danish to fully give the fight of their campaign today and the value isn't bad considering Italy's qualification is already set.
The draw is listed at 3.20 with the double draw (halftime/fulltime) at 4.50.
Nicklas Bendtner is being offered at 2.50 to score at any time in the match but only has one goal from eight matches. Daniel Agger is at 7.00 and two goals from the penalty spot.
Mario Balotelli, if playing today, is at 2.50 and leads the group with four goals including one from the spot last match. Just make sure to look at the starting lineup before placing any and all correct goalscorer bets.