Spain wrap up their Group G 2018 World Cup Qualifiers at the Teddi Malcha Stadium on Monday night where they face Israel.
The Blue and Whites have had a miserable campaign. Though they were able to triumph over Liechtenstein by a narrow 1-0 scoreline, Israel had lost their last four qualifiers. They sit in fourth place and have no chance of making it to the global showpiece next year and coming up against the impressive Spaniards makes them underdogs at odds of (7.90) with Bet9ja.
La Roja have booked their place in Russia thanks to a commanding 3-0 win over Albania last Friday. Julen Lopetegui’s men have only dropped points once all through the campaign and odds of (1.38) by the same firm suggest that they will end this with a victory.
A draw is quoted at (4.75).
The 2010 world champions have scored a mouth-watering 35 goals in their nine qualifiers. That’s and average of 3.89 goals per game and considering they thumped Israel 4-1 earlier, punters can back a repeat of four or more goals at odds of (2.76).
Spain have scored 60% of their goals in these qualifiers after the break. Backing the second half for most goals is available at odds of (2.00).
Both teams finding the back of the net is priced at (1.75).