Betin Kenya – Best bets for UEFA World Cup Qualifiers

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Despite an annoying international break, Betin Kenya has the best odds to lock in nice profits from World Cup qualifiers

Despite an annoying international break, Betin Kenya has the best odds to lock in nice profits from this weekend’s World Cup qualifiers. Browse these value tips below and get your bets on early!

At combined odds of 23.57, you could win KSh 12,374 from a KSh 500 bet!

Use the code J8J2C to place the below as a multiple bet.

Bulgaria vs Netherlands (2 – 1.53)
The Dutch are second in Group A, having lost only to unbeaten table-toppers France thus far. This is by no means the strongest Dutch setup of all-time but is a side slowly picking up results and beginning to express themselves. The away win is a good value bet.

Montenegro vs Poland (GG – 2.00)
Both of these sides have made good starts to their qualifying campaigns with Poland top of the group with 10 points, followed by Montenegro on seven points. History has not produced a winner between these sides so far so this will be closer than the odds suggest. Back both teams to find the back of the net.

Gareth Bale (Anytime goalscorer – 2.50)
The Republic of Ireland meet Wales this weekend in what should be a highly charged clash. The Irish will clearly target Bale because he is the prime source of Welsh goals. However, this is the strategy of every side to face Wales and Bale seems to find a way through with regularity. Back him to score anytime this weekend.

Northern Ireland vs Norway (1 -2.37)
Northern Ireland have a strong record at home in recent times and come up against a Norway side in poor form. Norway have lost three of their four World Cup qualifiers and their one victory has come against lowly San Marino. Take the home win at a good price.

Belgium vs Greece (1 – 1.30)
Belgium have already flexed their muscles in World Cup qualifying with four wins from four matches, scoring 21 goals and conceding just one. It is thought that Greece have little to offer away from home. Don’t look past the home win here.

*Please note all odds are correct at the time of publication.

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