Live on Setanta: Wed 21.00: Spain are 8/5 () to get an away win over neighbours and rivals, Portugal.
Portugal are looking to gain revenge for their World Cup second round exit at the hands of eventual winners Spain as the pair renew their Iberian rivalry in Lisbon. However, it’s the World and European Champions that are favoured marginally by bookmakers, quoting an away win at 8/5 and that catches the eye given the form of the hosts, whose victory at Iceland last time out came on the back of a defeat in Norway and a disappointing home draw with Cyprus.
On the back of their 0-0, Euro 2012 qualifying draw with England, Montenegro are a home banker at 2/5 (Totesport) as they entertain Azerbaijan and the defensively sound hosts can combine victory with another clean sheet, an outcome Partybets price at even money.
Also set for a win on their own patch are the Dutch although at 1/2 with Betdaq to see off Turkey, they’re a touch skinny. Instead, punters can cash-in on the clash by going for goals at the Amsterdam Arena, where Coral offer 10/11 for the scorers to be troubled on three or more occasions.
Elsewhere, Egypt are 5/4 (888Sport) to edge out Australia, chalk 7/5 against a Denmark success as they entertain Czech Republic while Sweden and Germany’s meeting is too tough to call but could yield a goal from Mario Gomez, who has been in prolific form for Bayern Munich. He’s 11/5 with bet365 to score at any point.