With qualifiers for Euro 2016 in full flow, you might think that sometimes one-sided matches have no value for someone interested in betting. At Bookiesmash we're here to prove that idea wrong.
On Saturday night the Republic of Ireland takes on Gibraltar in what will surely be a high-scoring win for the Irish. Gibraltar don't have much experience in international football, having been accepted by UEFA last year for the first time; they also have an almost entirely amateur squad. Go for an Irish win, 7-0 is 11/1 with Betway Sports.
Meanwhile, Scotland hosts Georgia in a match that Gordon Strachan's side should win, especially in light of such a fine performance against Germany in a recent friendly. With three teams from each group qualifying, this represents Scotland's best chance of reaching an international finals. Georgia will be compact, tough and ready to defend, so the Scots will have to be patient. William Hill have 16/5 for this game to be won by Scotland after scores were level at half-time.
England takes on Estonia in Tallinn on Sunday, and though it should be an easy win for England, everyone who has watched England recently knows there is no such thing.
Roy Hodgson will warn his midfielders to be wise to the playmaker Konstantin Vassilijev, who is capable of turning defense quickly into attack. Adam Lallana is starting to show a bit of the form he skewed for Southampton, and is 12/5 with Bet365 to score anytime.
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