Daily Double Tips | Two low-scoring ties on Saturday!
Hi all. We made it count in the daily double section last weekend thanks to a last-gasp penalty-kick winner for Liverpool in their home fixture against Leicester City. James Milner made no mistake from the spot as the Reds maintained the perfect record in the Premier League with a 2-1 victory over the Foxes.
We had much fewer problems with the second pick as PSG made it a one-way street from the very start to the end. They demolished second-placed Angers 4-0 at Parc Des Princes. The BT4Y crew backed Les Parisiens to have the lead at the half time and win the match at the end at the odds of 8/13 there. The half time score was 2-0 as Pablo Sarabia and Mauro Icardi were on target for Thomas Tuchel’s men.
We are looking to make it another winner this time around. Here are two bets for Saturday:
#1 Bosnia-Herzegovina v Finland
Finland are on the most pleasant surprises of the entire qualification process. They are on the best way to secure a spot at a major tournament being three points clear off third-placed Armenia and five points above Bosnia-Herzegovina in fourth. The rock-solid defence is the key to the Finnish success. They kept clean sheets in four of six matches so far, conceding goals only in two games against Italy.
The visitors should park the bus here and wait for their opportunities from counter-attacks. They will be boosted with the absence of Bosnia’s talismanic striker Edin Dzeko who suffered an injury in last weekend’s 1-1 draw between Roma and Cagliari.
Finland claimed a 2-0 victory when these two sides battled it out in June. We can hardly see the hosts on target past such a well-organized defence here.
The first bet is Under 2.5 goals FT at the 4/7 odds!
#2 Colombia v Chile
Colombia and Chile will meet each other in an interesting friendly in Spanish city Alicante on Saturday afternoon. It will be the replay of this summer’s Copa America quarter-final which has produced no goals. Los Cafeteros were a much better team on the pitch, but Chile advanced on penalties.
Colombia will be without their key players James Rodriguez, Radamel Falcao, and Carlos Bacca here. They drew 0-0 to Venezuela in the previous friendly played a month ago. Chile scored only two goals in the last six outings across competitions.
Each of the last two head to head clashes ended in goalless draws, while three or more goals were not seen in any of the previous four H2H encounters between these two South American outfits.
The second pick is Under 2.5 goals FT at 3/5 odds!
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Daily Double Tips:
Under 2.5 goals FT in Bosnia-Herzegovina v Finland
Under 2.5 goals FT in Colombia v Chile
Total Odds: 2.51
Recommended Stake – 40
Odds relevant as of 11th October 2019
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