Betin Kenya Preview: Expect a glut of goals that will reap rewards

With attention shifting to international football, Betin Kenya offers the best tips for a profitable weekend

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Germany v Spain (GG - 1.70)

Germany and Spain face-off in Friday’s international friendly in Dusseldorf. The two sides have sealed their place at the 2018 Fifa World Cup and will be looking to make a statement of intent ahead of the summer’s finals in Russia. Die Mannschaft have struck the back of the net 16 times in their last five matches which demonstrates their attacking prowess while La Roja - having a rejuvinated Diego Costa, are a sure bet to find the back of the net. Backing goal action at both ends of the pitch would certainly be rewarding.

France v Colombia (Over 2.5 Goals - 1.84)

Despite the fact that Le Bleus are clear favourites to claim a friendly victory over Colombia at the Stade de France, one thing that makes this encounter entertaining is the prospect of seeing lots of goals. While France have been on a high-scoring spree and also boast of an impressive run in front of their fans, the South Americans could have their hands full in Paris. To see three or more goals scored in this duel is worth backing.

Poland v Nigeria (GG - 1.94)

Both sides clash for the first time ever and having seen them perform brilliantly during their respective World Cup qualifying campaigns, backing goals at both ends of the Municipal Stadium won't be out of place. The Poles have more depth in quality upfront, but the Super Eagles equally have a lot strengh which sets the stage right for an entertaining night of football.

Italy v Argentina (GG - 2.03)

Argentina kick-off their preparations for the 2018 Fifa World Cup at the Etihad Stadium when they lock horns with an unsettled Italy side on Friday evening. The 2014 World Cup runners-up had a rough patch in the qualifiers but came through at the last minute while fortune didnt smile on the Azzurri as they failed to make it to the global showpiece for the first time in 60 years after their playoff loss to Sweden. Nevertheless, a fiercely contested clash with goals shouldn't be off the mark in the blue half of Manchester.