I started on Saturday with a tenner and so far have turned that into £38 in 2 rolling bets. There’s more International matches tonight and tomorrow which gives us the chance of two more bets to finish climbing the ladder and finish between £100-£150!
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- Anything less than a win for Russia tonight would be unacceptable in their quest to win Group H
- They’re currently in 1st place, joint on points and GD with Croatia. If they can’t beat bottom seed in their group do they really deserve a place at the World Cup?
- Malta are 5th in the group, their only win coming against Cyprus last week. They also managed a draw away in Slovakia back in March which is obviously a huge shock. Slovakia had 66% of possession 16 shots to 10, 8 corners to 1 and even 1.68 xG to 1.13 but Malta still got the result
- Russia have performed well in this international break. They managed a 0-0 at home to Croatia on Wednesday, beat Cyprus 2-0 on Saturday and now they know a win tonight will keep them in top two and depending on how many they win by, will keep them in top spot
- Aside from the 2-2 in Slovakia, the last time Malta got a result away from home in a World Cup Qualifier was beating Armenia in 2013. The last time they got a result away from home in a European Championships Qualifier was when they drew with Bulgaria in 2014
- Russia beat them 3-1 away from home back in March. This should be no problem for Russia tonight, I’m going for a 3-0 home win
- Slovakia need to win tonight to keep their dreams of top two alive after their disappointing 1-0 defeat against Croatia on Saturday night
- Stats will show Slovakia were the better team at home against Croatia. They edged it in terms of shots, corners and even xG against a weakened Croatia side, however Marcelo Brozovic grabbed the winner with only four minutes remaining to extend the gap to four points between the two sides in Group H
- Depending on other results, if Slovakia fail to beat Cyprus and both Croatia and Russia win, Slovakia could find themselves 7 points adrift of top two with only four matches remaining
- Slovakia have had some mixed results in the campaign. They began very poorly – drawing away in Cyprus then drawing at home to Malta, they the beat Russia 2-1 and got a good point away in Slovenia before losing to Croatia on Saturday. The result against Russia has kept their hopes of qualification alive but that will be gone if they don’t beat Cyprus tonight
- On paper they have a great squad, Marek Hamsik of Trabzonspor, Ondrej Duda of Koln, Milan Skriniar of Inter Milan and Robert Bozenik of Dusseldorf are all expected to start. There are no injury concerns for Slovakia
- Cyprus are bottom of Group H, they have no chance of qualification, on Wednesday they lost 3-0 against 6th seed Malta, on Saturday they lost 2-0 at home vs Russia. I can’t see anything other than a home win.
Serbia double chance vs Ireland
- It really is win or bust for the Irish tonight at home against group leaders Serbia
- The reality is Ireland are out, however, it is still mathematically possible to finish top two but they need to win tonight
- It’s been a shocking campaign which kicked off with a 3-2 defeat away to Serbia before losing 1-0 at home to Luxembourg. They’ve played four, won 0, drawn 1 and lost 3. The 1-1 draw at home to Azerbaijan on Saturday was the icing on the cake for a terrible campaign which has mounted heaps of pressure on manager Stephen Kenny
- Serbia topped the group on Saturday night after beating Luxembourg 4-1, they’re joint on points with Portugal but have a superior goal difference
- They’re yet to lose a match in the group – won three and drawn one and have scored an impressive 11 goals in the four matches
- Top spot in the group gets automatic qualification, while 2nd place has to go through two rounds of play-offs. Serbia will certainly fancy their chances of winning the group which will require a win in Dublin tonight
- Seamus Coleman will miss out tonight for Ireland, Serbia have no injury concerns, meaning Milinkovic-Savic, Tadic, Mitrovic and Sevilla’s Nemanja Gudelj are all expected to start
- What’s incredible is Ireland have only won two of their last 11 home competitive matches and those wins were against Gibraltar and Georgia. Serbia should be too strong for the Irish tonight, I predict a 2-0 away win.