We all watch football because we want to see one thing: goals. Lots of punters also want to see goals if they have been betting on the Over 2.50 betting market. This market has become more and more popular in recent years, and the reason is that you don’t have to guess how the match will finish but only if it will be goal-rich. It is similar to the Both Teams To Score betting market but in the Over 2.50 it doesn’t matter who will score the goals. You just need to have at least 3 goals in a match, and you win the bet. Even if a single team scores those.
Placing accumulator bets on the Over 2.50 market is very popular and to satisfy your needs for goals, our experts are providing you every few days with a list of games we expect they will have at least 3 goals.
You can use our analysis to try to beat the bookies on those goals markets. Always remember to gamble responsibly. It is completely fine to take a break from gambling if you see that results are not coming your way. Gambling should be fun, and you should never bet what you cannot afford to lose.
Get here our latest Over 2.50 selections
Albania vs France
The hosts have been in scoring mood recently having netted eight times in their last three home encounters. They will be keen to continue this trend when they face World Champions France. The visitors have scored 23 goals in nine matches, and surely they have enough talents to keep their streak today. Albania were involved in over 2.50 goals in four of their last matches so backing this option looks the way to go.
Andorra vs Turkey
Andorra have drawn 2-2 in Albania earlier this week and have nothing to lose in this match so they will probably experiment and field a competitive squad. Turkey have already secured the points they needed to grab one of the automatic qualification places in Group H, so they don’t have much pressure coming into this match. Given the circumstances, we expect an open and entertaining affair today.
Moldova vs Iceland
Moldova have had a terrible qualification campaign, and in midweek they conceded another defeat (2-1 away against France). Overall they have only won one of their nine matches played in this campaign. When those two teams met in September, Iceland defeated Moldova for 3-0. In that match the difference in quality between the two sides was evident, and we expect more of the same on Sunday night with Iceland that should get comfortable away win with the total goals that will be, once again in this fixture, over 2.50. Moldova have a very porous defence and have conceded 2 or more goals in five of their last six encounters.