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The Best Odds on World Cup Qualifiers in Europe

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Bored of club football a bit? International games are back so make sure you check out the best odds on World Cup Qualifiers!

The race for World Cup 2018 Qualification continues tonight with tons of exciting international football games. Our goal was to try and come up with the best ideas to bet on international football and also to help you find the best odds on World Cup Qualifiers at the best online sportsbooks. Good luck and enjoy the best odds for tonight and tomorrow night!

Bet on Morata to score!

Spain will host Lichtenstein, an encounter which seems like one of the most one-sided battles of the entire Qualification stage: the odds for Lichtenstein to win are 101.00 (100/1) at the most famous online sportsbooks, such as Unibet, for example. One does not need great betting abilities to predict an easy win for Spain.

However, the game can still be interesting for those who enjoy betting on sports in Spain. You can predict the first goal scorer of the game who can easily be the new Real Madrid and the former Juventus star Alvaro Morata, who seems to be in a great form at the Royal Club, and was good enough at Euro 2016 as well. The odds for him scoring the first goal are 3.30 (23/10) at Coral Sportsbook.

Bet on Faroe Island v Hungary

After a successful participation in the Euro 2016, Hungary are ready to kick off the World Cup Qualification stage as well, in hopes of being able to secure a place for themselves in Russia. Their opponents will be Faroe Islands and obviously they will be clear favourites: Bet365 set the odds for Hungary to win at 1.40 (2/5) while those for the home team are 9.00 (8/1).

If you want to bet on Hungary to win, that’s the best odds you can find. However, you might want to take more risks and bet on the correct score. Since both teams build on safe defensive games, you might want to go for under 2,5 goals for 1.91 (10/11) at BetVictor! Hungary’s sports betting laws are rather restrictive so before trying to sign up for a new account, make sure you check out our list of the best online sportsbooks in Hungary!

Netherlands need to prove their class against Sweden

The most disappointing team at Euro 2016 Qualification stages were without a doubt the Netherlands, who failed to qualify themselves among the top 24 teams in Europe. The time has come for them to prove that it was just a minor setback and they are ready to play among the best international football teams once again in 2018. They’ll need to start against Sweden.

The Swedes were not much better: they qualified for the tournament but were knocked out in the group stages. They finished last in Group E with only one point. By now, they also lost their greatest star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who announced his retirement from the national team after Euro 2016. As he is not Lionel Messi, we can take his words seriously.

Both teams will be in desperate need of showing the football world that they are not about to become an insignificant team, and hence we can expect a tight battle. It’s likely that both teams will want to win the game and hence it could be a good idea to bet on both teams to score for 2.05 (21/20) at Betfair.

Bet on the current European Cup holders to win!

The reigning European champions are hoping to prove that they still are the best team in Europe. They will play an exciting battle in Switzerland in hopes of clinching the 3 points. These two teams are the favourites to qualify from Group B but Hungary might cause some surprises for them.

Portugal will miss their biggest star, Cristiano Ronaldo, who is still out due to his injury that he has been suffering from since Euro 2016 Final. Online sportsbooks expect the home team to be favourites, although the odds are really close to each other: NetBet Sportsbook offers 2.65 (28/17) for Switzerland to win, while the odds for Portugal to win are 2.90 (19/10).

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