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Friday 6th October – Spain vs Albania (1 & Over 3.5 – 1.85)
The pattern of this game will be decided straight away from kick-off. Spain will have plenty of the ball, while Albania will sit back in two banks of four and hope to grind out a result against some of the most technically gifted footballers on the planet. Barring an unprecedented shock Spain will win this game, the question is by how much. Back a home win and over 3.5 goals.
Friday 6th October – Turkey vs Iceland (X2 – 1.77)
An absolutely crucial game here in Group I as Turkey really need a win to be in with a hope of qualifying for Russia 2018. A draw for Iceland would probably eliminate Turkey from the equation leaving them to battle it out with Croatia for top spot on Monday night.But if they could apply pressure with a win that would be optimal as they have an inferior goal difference to the Croats. We think Iceland’s game management and defensive resoluteness will frustrate their opponents so back X2.
Friday 6th October – Georgia vs Wales (X2 – 1.22)
Wales will be missing talisman Gareth Bale for this fixture but with so much to play for, we believe other key players like Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen will come to the fore. X2 Wales seems the right call in this game as Georgia have drawn 5 of their last 6, while Wales have drawn 4 of the last 6, winning the other two.
Saturday 7th October – Nigeria vs Zambia (1 – 1.42)
A win here for the Super Eagles will send them to next year’s World Cup and we believe they are equipped to do the job here. Zambia are an improving side and will want to keep their own Russia 2018 dreams alive, but Nigeria’s home fans and Premier League quality players should see them over the line in a home win.
Saturday 7th October - Uganda vs Ghana (Under 2.5 – 1.48)
Uganda’s rise in the last few years has seen them now only 2 points behind the mighty Egypt in their World Cup Qualifying Group. They need a win here to keep the pressure on, but Ghana will provide stiff opposition. The 2 games between these sides in the last year have been 0-0 and 1-0 respectively, and out of Uganda’s last 6 games only 1 has been over 2.5. As you can see it makes sense to back under 2.5 here.