World Cup Qualifiers – Sunday September 3rd – Best Predictions and Tips

Gabe Morency

Saturday, September 2, 2017 2:23 AM UTC

Saturday, Sep. 2, 2017 2:23 AM UTC

Belarus vs. Sweden Sweden were the negative surprise of group stage round 6 losing away in Bulgaria 3-2. They lost their group A top spot to France being 3 points behind them. Sweden are now in.
<p><strong>Belarus vs. Sweden</strong></p><p>Sweden were the negative surprise of group stage round 6 losing away in Bulgaria 3-2. They lost their group A top spot to France being 3 points behind them. Sweden are now in the second position with 13 points just 1 point clear of 3rd place Bulgaria. They will try to bounce back when they travel to play Belarus on Sunday night. Belarus failed to win their away match in Luxembourg City losing 1-0. Sweden have won all their last 4 mutual encounters against Belarus keeping two clean sheets in the process. The reverse match saw Sweden winning 4-0 in their turf in a match dominated from start to finish by the Swedish team. Despite losing in Bulgaria and playing their 2nd away match in a row, Sweden are huge favourites to win this fixture and secure their 2nd spot in the group. Sweden are by far the better side having more experience than their opponents and they will put their best effort to return home with the 3 points. Best pick for the match: Sweden to win with -1 AH at 2.20 with Unibet.</p><p>https://youtu.be/myupEa5MgjA</p><p><strong>Greece vs. Belgium</strong></p><p>Despite failing to win on Greek soil being held to a goalless draw by 5h place Estonia, Greece are still 2nd in the standings. Belgium trashed Gibraltar 9-0 and they are leading the group with 19 points after 7 matches, scoring 33 goals and conceding just 2. Greece have won 3 out of the previous 8 mutual encounters, drawn 3 and lost just twice to Belgium. Greece at just two points clear of Bosnia &amp; Herzegovina and they will try to secure their playoff spot by winning against Belgium on Sunday. PSG right back Thomas Meunier was the man of the match against Gibraltar scoring three goals. Greece are unbeaten so far in the group stage winning 3 games from their 7 fixtures. Belgium were unlucky in the reverse match being held to a 1-1 draw home by Greece. Belgium will try to revenge that results and win this away game. Belgium enter this match really confident, with a great morale and ready to win the three points and automatically qualify at the World Cup in Russia. Lukaku is in great shape with a brilliant start of the season for Manchester United and if you like the “anytime goalscorer” market, he is priced at 2.0 with Bet365. Best pick for the match: Belgium to win at 1.87 with 10Bet.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Hungary vs. Portugal</strong></p><p>Hungary have a disappointing campaign so far with no chances to finish the group stage in top 2 and qualify at the World Cup. For Portugal, the win is crucial as they are three points behind 1st place Switzerland with 3 rounds to go till the end of the group stage. Cristiano Ronaldo is the top scorer of the World Cup Qualifiers campaign with 14 goals scored in 7 matches. He now has 4th highest goals in international football after taking his tally to 78 goals and passing Brazilian legend Pele. The reverse match saw a 3-0 comfortable home win a brace from Cristiano Ronaldo. This match is the kind of game that one team has everything to fight for (Portugal for securing the 2nd place and closing the gap on Switzerland) and the other team with nothing to fight for (Hungary with no chances to qualify at the World Cup). Portugal should easily win this match by covering the -1 AH (Asian Handicap). Best pick for the match: Portugal to win Haft-Time/Full-Time at 2.1 with Betfair.</p><p><strong>Extra Tips:</strong></p><p><strong>France vs. Luxembourg – France to win with -4 AH at 1.74 with Unibet</strong></p><p><strong>Latvia vs. Switzerland – Switzerland to win with -1.25 AH at 1.87 with Bet365</strong></p>
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