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Daily Tips – Crucial win for the Dutch and a Portuguese stroll

Daily Tips – Crucial win for the Dutch and a Portuguese stroll


European champions Portugal could do with a victory on Saturday as they seek a spot at the 2018 World Cup in Russia and they should cruise past Hungary.

The Hungarians managed a 3-3 draw with Portugal last summer in France on the way to topping the group but their Euro 2016 efforts were overshadowed by both their hosts this evening and also Iceland, who qualified from Group F alongside Hungary and Portugal.

The visitors are well-placed to challenge for World Cup qualification and are unbeaten in two away games, having drawn with the Faroe Islands and beaten Latvia.

Portugal, however, should provide a much sterner test as in their two home qualification games they’ve managed 10 goals in total and conceded just once.

Portugal have a strong record at home and they’ve picked up some big wins recently. They haven’t lost a competitive match on home soil since 2014 and in their last five home games they’ve managed an incredible 25 goals.

With that in mind, the handicaps look to be the way to go in this qualifier and Portugal -2 at 2/1 is my top bet for this clash.

The Netherlands missed out on the 2016 European Championship and so will be desperate to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.

They face a tough task in Bulgaria but should be able to grab what would be a huge win as the two sides are separated by just a point after four games in a competitive Group A that also includes France and Sweden.

The Dutch are unbeaten in nine away games and as they’ve only managed one clean sheet during that time, the 23/10 on an away win with both teams to score appeals in this fixture.

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Gareth Freeman Gareth is our daily tipster, who has years of successful sports betting behind him and is always on hand to offer a value bet. As well as a passion for Football (UK and European), he also has in-depth Tennis, Boxing, Snooker and Basketball knowledge.