Best Bets and Predictions | World Cup Qualifying | 4th September

Gabe Morency

Sunday, September 3, 2017 12:04 AM UTC

Sunday, Sep. 3, 2017 12:04 AM UTC

Tipster Stuart from delivers his best bets across this weekend’s World Cup Qualifying matches from 4th September. There won’t too many shocks in the last round of European Qualifying for the 2018 World Cup Sweden losing.
<p><em>Tipster Stuart from delivers his best bets across this weekend’s World Cup Qualifying </em><em>matches from 4th September.</em></p><p></p><p>There won’t too many shocks in the last round of European Qualifying for the 2018 World Cup, Sweden losing to Bulgaria and the Faroe Islands actually scoring against Portugal might be it.</p><p>I’m not expecting a lot of upsets in this next round either which does make finding good value bets a little bit more difficult. I have found 3 for Monday's games and I’ll share those with you now.</p><p>First up is the Armenia v Denmark game. This is one of the few games where I think that we can find value at short odds in the Match Odds market. In my eyes Denmark are n excellent bet for this game, not only do they have solid International players for now in the shape of Kjaer, Christiansen and Cornelius, they also have a good young generation coming through with that being headed by the likes of Kasper Dolberg from Ajax.</p><p>Armenia has nothing like that level of quality across the board even if they do have one of this games outstanding players in the shape of Henrikh Mkitaryan.</p><p>I really like the straight away win here and you can back <a href=";book=Bet365"><strong>Denmark at odds of 1.73 with bet365</strong></a>. I think that stands a really solid chance of being a winner and is my first choice of the day.</p><p>Up next is the Montenegro v Romania match and this one is more based on the failings of the away side than the strengths of the home. Montenegro has done pretty well so far and find themselves sitting in second place in Group E. Romania haven’t fared so well and are down in 4th, not yet out of it but not looking likely.</p><p>I was initially tempted by the straight home win and I still think that has a good chance of winning. I’m going to be a bit more cautious though and will instead be going for Montenegro +0 (Asian Handicap) at odds of 1.9 with BetVictor.</p><p>My final bet of the day is in the Germany v Norway game. Whilst Germany may have lost a couple of players to retirement since their last major tournament win, this is still an excellent side and looking at the players coming through, they could be expected to challenge for all major honors over the next decade (along with France).</p><p>For all their resilience, Norway is not a side that is likely to win this game and I think that is reflected in the very low odds for the home team.</p><p>I’m going for Both Teams To Score (No) in this one at <a href="">betting odds</a> of 1.7. There are a couple of other tempting bets but this is the one I’ve settled on and I’m very happy to stick with that.</p><p> </p><p> </p>
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