Yesterday’s NAP and only tip landed at around the 30 minute mark – with the Icelandic game picked being 2-1 at that point (BTTS + Over 2.5 Goals @ 23/20). Today looks vaguely similar, with just a couple of tips:
Value Double @ 3.2/1
1. Zalgiris HT-FT @ 1/1 vs Suduva (Lithuanian A Lyga, 1800 KO) (NAP)
Zalgiris are among about 2 teams that really challenge in their league, the rest squabble for the next spots. Form is difficult to read into, as there are 2/3 truly shocking teams at the foot of the table that take a battering most games, so if say Suduva had won 5 in a row, three could be very easy wins. Zalgiris are joint top of the league, and in the last 2 meets against Suduva they have won 3-2 and 2-0, both HT-FT wins too. They have won 8 of their 13 wins by this method. Suduva have lost 3 of their last 5 games, so are in poor form.
2. IK Frej Win @ 11/10 vs Brommapojkarna (Swedish Superettan, 1745 KO)
Since appearing in the Europa League, Brommapojkarna have dropped like a stone. Relegated from the top league, now bottom of this one. IK Frej have won 3 of their last 5 home games, all 1-0 and conceded just once at home all season. Brommapojkarna have lost 5 in a row away from home, and are looking devoid of confidence.
Risky Double @ 15/1
Two other bet’s I see potential high value in, one we have already mentioned and one from the Euro U21’s:
1. IK Frej + Under 2.5 Goals @ 16/5
Conceded one at home all season, and that was the first game of the season which they lost 1-0. Since then, 5 games – 3 wins and 2 draws. Brommapojkarna have lost 5 in a row away, and scored in 4 of those – but no team in the league has a home defence like Frej do!
2. Germany Win + BTTS @ 5/2
Germany, unlike their senior team – are struggling to keep clean sheets. Conceded against Serbia, who look poor and then beat a decent Denmark side 3-0. With the likes of Hofmann and Volland up front, they should be good for goals. Czech side are dangerous, with the likes of Vaclav Kadlec and Ladislav Krejci very dangerous. I’d think the Czech’s will score, but Germany’s quality will shine through.
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