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Both Teams To Score 12th October – World Cup Qualifiers Can Supply Some Goals

Goals GaloreWe’re missing out on top flight action this weekend due to the huge number of World Cup qualifiers on Friday, so why not get your betting tokens on both teams to score tonight?

It could be an excellent way of building up the bank for tomorrow’s lower league games, including the conference of course, which has been fantastic for goals galore so far this season.

Here is my both teams to score treble for Friday night:

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Serbia v Belgium 7.30pm
btts odds: 10/11 Sky Bet

Serbia have lost just 1 competitive game on home turf in the last 6 years (a shock 1-3 loss to Estonia in 2010), and have held their own some elite European nations. However, Belgium visit the Red Star Stadium in Belgrade tonight, and I’m taking it to be a tight game in which both teams will grab at least a goal a piece.

Belgium are beginning to emerge as a force, and with talent like Eden Hazard, Vincent Kompany, Marouane Fellaini etc. goals will never be far away.

Albania v Iceland 6.00pm
btts odds: 10/11 Sky Bet

One of the lower profile games here, but nonetheless it looks a great goals galore opportunity. Albania, while being classed as minnows, do manage to score consistently, and I’m confident that they will both score and concede against an Iceland team who also get amongst the goals.

Iceland have scored 8 goals in their last 5 games, which also includes a 1-0 loss. Albania have failed to score in just 3 of their last 15 home games.

Wales v Scotland 7.45pm
btts odds: 10/11 Sky Bet

This tip is less based on stats and more based on the opponents, and the proximity of what is likely to be a huge battle. Chris Coleman has had an absolutely terrible start to his international managerial career. 5 games and 5 losses since taking the reins at Wales, he really needs something here, and I’m predicting that the occasion will at least see them battle and score a goal or two.

Scotland have much the better form, with just 3 defeats in 15 games since February 2011, which also includes a 3-1 win over Wales in the Nations Cup last year.

Scotland could well take the points here, but I can see Wales grabbing at least a consolation.

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