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Betin Kenya Preview: Profitable international betting tips for this weekend

5:00 PM MYT 31/05/2018
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The team at Betin Kenya this week have taken advantage of the international break to get you back on the track of winning

Place these bets as a multiple at odds of (40.73) or use the code YNQVZ if you like these selections.

England v Nigeria (under 2.5 goals - 1.70)

The Three Lions’ home record will be put to test this weekend when they lock horns with the Super Eagles at Wembley. Also, goals have been so difficult for Gareth Southgate’s men in their last two friendlies-Netherlands and Italy. The two clashes between both countries saw two or fewer goals scored. Thus, backing a similar outcome here seems rewarding.

Austria v Germany (Away Score Both Halves - 2.32)

Joachim Low’s charges have been superior to the Austrians in their previous 11 meetings, winning 10 and drawing one. Six of the last eight encounters between both sides has seen Die Mannschaft notch in both halves and punters can back a similar feat here.

Sweden v Denmark (2 - 2.93)

Since the Swedish are winless in their last two international friendlies, they can be shocked by the Danes in this encounter. Age Hareide's men come off the back of a two-game unbeaten streak into this match and that could serve as a morale-booster for them here. This appears profitable as the visitors prepare for the quadrennial tournament in Russia.

Belgium v Portugal (X2 - 1.78)

Belgium have suffered defeat at the hands of Portugal in each of their last three clashes and have drawn one of their previous four fixtures. Owing to this, the Portuguese can be backed to either win or draw in this duel away from home. Though Fernando Santos’ men will be without their key man, Cristiano Ronaldo, they should still outclass their Belgian counterparts.

Iceland v Norway (GG - 1.98)

Iceland will be hoping to return to winning ways on Saturday when they slug it out with Norway at Laugardalsvollur. Six of the last eight showdowns between both sides has seen goal actions at both ends of the pitch. Backing a repeat here appears enticing.