World Cup Qualifier Treble: Expect goals in Tel Aviv, Bucharest and Berlin

The second round of the international break offers another opportunity for an accumulator, and Al Hain-Cole is taking full advantage with a crowd-pleasing treble worth 73/20
World Cup Qualifier Treble
Kick-off: 17:00 GMT
Tip: Israel -2 to win at 4/6 (1.67) with Paddy Power

Slightly oddly, these two teams met just four days ago in Luxembourg, when Israel romped to an easy 6-0 win to get their qualification campaign up and running.

Considering Luc Holtz's men were overrun so comprehensively in their own back yard, imagine what the long trip to to the Middle East will do for a side that has only won three of their last 118 matches on the road.

Their previous visit to Tel Aviv resulted in a 7-0 thrashing three years ago, meaning the aggregate scoreline for these sides' last two encounters reads 13-0 in favour of The Blue and Whites.

Two of Luxembourg's last three away games have resulted in 5-0 defeats, and a similar scoreline seems extremely likely here after Friday's collapse.

At odds of 4/6 (1.67), it is well worth backing Israel to overcome a two-goal handicap and record another comfortable win.

Kick off: 19:00 GMT
Tip: Both teams to score at 8/11 (1.73) with Paddy Power

With both of these sides boasting 100 per cent records after three Group D qualifiers, something has to give when they come face to face on Tuesday.

Although The Netherlands are going through something of a rebuilding process after their catastrophic Euro 2012 campaign, the likes of Robin van Persie, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Rafael van der Vaart are still sure to guarantee goals in Bucharest.

The Dutch teething problems will probably lie at the back, where four of the six defenders have only 10 caps between them.

This inexperience will undoubtedly be put to the test by the in-form strike partnership of Ciprian Marica and Gabriel Torje, not to mention Adrian Mutu, meaning goals at both ends seem inevitable.

A bet on both teams to score would have paid out in five of the last six away matches for Louis van Gaal's men, and provides excellent value here at odds of 8/11 (1.73).

Kick-off: 19:45 GMT
Over 2.5 goals at 8/13 (1.62) with Paddy Power

After subjecting Ireland to their heaviest ever home defeat on Friday, confidence will be in full flow in the Germany camp as they prepare to take on Sweden.

Joachim Low is spoilt for choice up front, where a collection of Europe's most exciting creative attacking talent are vying for places in die Mannschaft.

This embarrassment of riches means that whoever takes to the field in Berlin is sure to pose an immense threat to a Swedish back line that has only managed clean sheets against San Marino and Malta respectively in their last eight away qualifying matches.

Under Low, the hosts have been molded into an aesthetically pleasing side that is a far cry from the stereotype of quietly efficient German teams of old, and can always be depended on for entertainment.

This crowd-pleasing style has provided over 2.5 goals in each of the last eight games, and you can get odds of 8/13 (1.62) on that coming to pass yet again here.

World Cup Qualifier Treble
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Al Hain-Cole is a Liverpool fan, experienced tipster and avid follower of European football. He specialises in accumulators and if you would like to read more from Al you can follow him on Twitter here.

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