The return of domestic football kicks off April this weekend, but we managed to round off a strong showing in March with a 7/1 winner on Wednesday night’s World Cup qualifying action.
Our latest accumulator win came alongside more Bet of the Day success, giving us two winners to toast on the final day of another strong month for our tipsters. Read below for more on our latest winning selection.
7/1 Handicap Accumulator winner!
- Andorra 1-4 Hungary (Hungary -2)
- Moldova vs Israel (Israel -1)
- Lithuania 0-2 Italy (Italy -1)
- San Marino 0-2 Albania (Albania -1)
With plenty of potential mismatches across Europe on Wednesday we backed three teams to win by two clear goals and Hungary to win by three. The Hungarians continued their fine form with a thumping 4-1 win over Andorra.
Israel had to come from behind in their win over Moldova, but four strikes in 21 minutes saw them also run out 4-1 winners. Things were tighter for Albania and Italy, with the Albanians drawing a blank for over an hour against their group minnows before making the breakthrough.
Italy left things even later, as they scored a 94th minute second through a Ciro Immobile penalty to win 2-0 at Lithuania. While the result looked wrapped up for the Italians before that strike, their second covered our final handicap tip and landed us a 7/1 winner!
Wednesday night’s Bet of the Day tip also landed in style, with our over 2.5 goals prediction in Austria’s clash with Denmark landing with 23 minutes to spare. The Danes pulled off a thumping 4-0 win in a game which we predicted to be high scoring, landing our 6/5 BOTD tip.
How to follow our predictions
Don’t worry if you missed out on these two winners. We have this weekend’s games all covered on our match predictions page, while we’ve got another round of football tips for tonight.
Today’s 26/1 accumulator can be found over on our football tips hub, while it’s best priced with Betfair. New Betfair customers can claim up to £100 in free bets.
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