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Wales v Israel Betting Preview

The Welsh really need to come out of the game with something. A win in Israel on Saturday would set them up wonderfully for a genuine shot at qualification. They go into the game in second place in their qualification group, trailing leaders Israel by just one point but have already played one game more than their opponents, so can’t afford to lose ground in this one. Tough game for Chris Coleman’s men though with Israel in a good streak of form.

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Wales v Israel Betting Tips

It has been a reasonably good start by Wales in Euro 2016 qualifications, remaining unbeaten after their first four games. There were disappointing wins against Andorra and Cyprus, disappointing because Wales failed to impress in those games, but then good solid, hard working draws against the big guns of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Belgium. So it looks as if they have the ability to dig in, but performances do need to be raised. They really can’t afford a defeat in Israel on Sunday, with Cyprus and Belgium breathing down their necks. Wales have lost just one of their last nine international matches (W4 D4 L1) but do they have the goals in them to make a really charge at qualification?

They need the input of Gareth Bale who is a 2/1 quote in the anytime goalscorer market. They really need him to turn up, but he hasn’t been in great club form with Real Madrid and is longer priced in the anytime goalscorer market than a clutch of Israeli players. Wales have only returned the four goals in qualifying so far (Bale with two of them) and they may have a hard time breaking down an organised Israel defence. Wales have gone up against Israel four times before in their history and it is the Welsh who hold a 2-0 head to head lead with two draws alongside that. The last time they met in Israel was back in 1989 in a 3-3 interintal friendly draw, while their last competitive meeting was back in the 1958 World Cup qualifiers.

Israel have scored nine goals from their opening three qualification matches so far, shipping two. There could be decent value in both teams to score for a price of even money with online betting site Bet365, because clean sheets are few and far between for the Israelis. Israel’s last 26 matches have all seen at least two goals scored in the game. Israel are rightly favourites for this one on home soil, especially after breezing to 3-0 home win over Bosnia-Herzegovina in their only other home game so far. Israel are on a four match winning streak, scoring thirteen goals in those four games.

Wales v Israel Betting Odds

Israel 10/11, Draw 23/10, Wales 3/1

Wales v Israel Predictions

It does look likely that Israel are going to get on the scoresheet as they have been pretty positive going forward. Do Whales have the response? They will probably get chances and still worth pushing towards both teams to score, but if you are looking for a winner, then the home side Israel look the better value.

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25th March 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Sports Betting

Wales v England Six Nations betting kicks off the 2015 championship on Friday night. It is a massive confidence booster to open the championship with a win, and for England, taking one on the road in South Wales would set them up nicely and confirm them as front runners alongside Ireland to win this season’s Six Nations.

England (6/4 at Paddy Power for the win) have been struggling with injuries during their build up (with around a dozen players out, such as Owen Farrell and Brad Barritt) and coach Stuart Lancaster has had to replace six of the starting fifteen who beat Australia in their last match of the Autumn Series last year. Five of England’s starting fifteen in Wales will be lining up for their first ever Six Nations start. Luther Burrell and Jonathan Joseph have the new look role in the centre for England.

Wales (8/15 at Paddy Power) have received a boost in their starting lineup, as big George North comes back onto the wing. Coach Warren Gatland called him out for not having played that well for his country recently, so he will be expecting a lot from the powerhouse on his return. The Welsh may have an advantage, especially early on the in the game, as they have a settled back row to call on, with captain Sam Warburton earning his 50th cap for his country of Friday night.

England won the showdown with Wales in last season’s Six Nations at Twickenham , but that snapped a three match losing streak against the Welsh. England have lost their last two trips to Wales without having managed to get into double figures. They were trounced 30-3 there on their last Six Nations visit in March 2013.

Wales v England Six Nations 2015 Odds

Wales 8/15, England 6/4

Overall, the head to head in Wales v England Six Nations betting is tight. England have won 57 of 125 previous meetings, the Welsh having taken 56 wins with 12 drawers in there. England have averaged 13 points per game against Wales, while the Welsh have averaged 11.6 points per game against the English. Very tight margins and online betting site Paddy Power have a Wales -4 Handicap at a quote of 10/11.

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4th February 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Euro 2016 Betting

England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland have all made reasonably positive starts to their respective campaigns in the Euro 2016 qualifiers, and online betting site William Hill are offering odds of 25/1 that there will be a full house of Ireland and the UK nations at France 2016.

England look to be certain attendees as Roy Hodgson’s men have posted four wins from four so far in their group, have Danny Welbeck as the joint top scorer in qualifying and have conceded just the one goal so far.

Scotland eased some qualification pressure of themselves by digging out a 1-0 win over Ireland in Group D on the weekend. That was a big three points for Gordon Strachan’s men and it has left both Ireland and Scotland level on seven points with Germany (three points behind leaders Poland) in Group D. The top two from each group qualify automatically, with the third placed sides going to a play off round.

Even though Northern Ireland suffered a defeat in Romania over the weekend, it was their first loss of the campaign, and they are still in the top two. The Irish posted three wins from three to open their qualification account, so Michael O’Neill’s men have a solid foundation to work off towards qualifying.

Wales did themselves a favour as they overcame a big roadblock in holding out for a draw under heavy pressure in Belgium. That keeps the Welsh undefeated and in second place behind Israel in Group B.

So will all five make it through to the finals?

It is perhaps the precarious and tight scrap in Group D which could scupper that. You would expect world champions Germany to come good and Poland are looking a decent threat as well, running unbeaten and taking a win over Germany. In a four way race, it could leave Scotland and Ireland scrapping it out for third place.

It is 7-1 at William Hill that none or one of them qualifies, 7-4 that exactly two do, 6-4 about three and 4-1 four.

After the boisterous spectacle that the Scotland v Ireland fixture produced on the weekend, and with the Scotland v England international friendly being revisited this week, William Hill are also betting on the chances of the Home International tournament returning. The bookie is offering 5-1 that a tournament involving at least four of England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland is introduced by the end of 2020.

18th November 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Euro 2016 Betting

Euro 2016 Betting

Wales v Belgium Betting Preview

Big night for Wales in Euro 2016 qualification here. They head into the game top of their qualification group, but will be wary of the threat behind them from Belgium. The Belgians are three points adrift of leaders Wales, but with a game in hand over Chris Coleman’s men. So this will be a big test of the Welsh resolve as they will look to avoid defeat and consolidate their push towards France 2016.

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Wales v Belgium Betting Tips

With a solid opening start to Euro 2016 qualification from Wales, posting a W2 D1 record, things are looking good for Chris Coleman’s men. This is just their second away game in theh group though and they were very lucky to come away with a win against Andorra in their other road game. Thankfully Gareth Bale stepped up with a brace and helped Wales avoid the embarrassment of not beating the minnows. They still had to come from behind in the match though. At home, they took a somewhat disappointing draw against Bosnia, before landing a victory over Cyprus. So while the points are on the board, they haven’t been points which have not come easily for them. Still, seven points from three has left them top of the group, and as long as they avoid defeat on Sunday in Belgium, they will remain in the top two in the group.

Gareth Bale from the Welsh side, is going to dominate the options in the goalscorer markets, and you can snap up the Real Madrid man for a price of 2/1 in the anytime goalscorer market. Their last away game against Belgium was back in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers and the Welsh earned a 0-0 draw. That came after a  2-0 home defeat in Cardiff. Those two fairly recent encounters between the two sides are part of a ten-match history between them. Wales have won three of them (L5). Their most recent win over Belgium came back in 1993 during the 1994 World Cup Qualifiers.

Belgium went to the 2014 World Cup as a strong dark horse shot. After a strong qualification campaign and impressive performance, they were bathed in hype, hype which the young side failed to live up to. They just looked extremely unadventurous during the tournament. Belgium have played two Euro 2016 qualifiers so far, drawing against Bosnia and beating Andorra. So not a bad start, and a win will put them level on points with Wales, but of course with a game in hand over Chris Coleman’s men. They are a squad loaded with talent and in the anytime goalscorer market for Belgium, there are the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Divock Origi, Christian Benteke and Eden Hazard all around the 10/11 price.

Wales v Belgium Betting Odds

Belgium 1/4, Draw 4/1, Wales 11/1

Wales v Belgium Predictions

Belgium have lost one of their last twelve matches played, that being their 1-0 defeat by Argentina at the 2014 World Cup. Wales have put points on the board so far in the group, but they have had their vulnerable moments, and do rely on the star power of Gareth Bale. Tough away game for them, and backing a Belgium to win to nil wager for a price of 4/5 looks as solid bet, as the home side don’t give up a lot of goals.

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11th November 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Euro 2016 Betting

Euro 2016 Betting

It has been a tremendously encouraging start from all of the home nations involved in Euro 2016 qualification this season. With England on cruise control in their group having won their opening three matches, that level of performance has been matched only by Northern Ireland, who have made their best ever start to a qualification campaign.

Michael O’Neill’s men are now on course to make it to the European Championship finals for the first time in their history after beating Greece 2-0 on the road to make it three wins from three. It has been some hugely unexpected form from Northern Ireland, those being their only three wins in their last 21 matches. Northern Ireland are now 6/1 from 12/1 to win their group and are 5/4 to qualify for the finals.

Scotland continued their strong start to qualification as well. After losing their opener narrow in Germany, they have responded with a win over Georgia and a fantastic point out in Poland. It has left Scotland three points adrift of group leaders Ireland, but are still well in the qualification hunt. Scotland boss Gordon Strachan said that next month’s clash between Scotland and Ireland at Hampden Park will have a massive bearing on qualification. Scotland are 13/10 favourites for that match,with Ireland at 2/1.

The Irish rescued a point away in Germany thanks a John O’Shea injury time equaliser against the World Champions, a valuable point after winning their opening two matches. Germany are still 1/4 favourites to win the group involving Scotland and Ireland. Scotland are 2/1 with William Hill to reach Euro 2016 and 4/11 to fall short in what is looking like an intense campaign. Ireland are 4/5 to reach France 2016.

With Wales also getting in on the party with two wins and a draw from their opening three qualification matches, things are looking pretty rosy for the four UK Teams and Ireland. William Hill are offering 13/8 that three of the five make it through to the finals, while quote 33/1 on all five of them to make it through and 150/1 that they all miss out.

Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams said: “The more the merrier for us – if all five made it to the finals, we would almost certainly see record turnover.”

15th October 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Euro 2016 Betting

Euro 2016 Betting

Wales v Cyprus Betting Preview

The Welsh move on from their battling performance in Cardiff against Bosnia to face what should be an easier game against Cyprus. The question is, how much did their efforts against the Bosnians take out of them, and can they find that killer touch in front of goal to pick up three points?

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Wales v Cyprus Betting Tips

After their 0-0 home draw against the world number 25th ranked nation Bosnia, will Wales have been happy with that? Truthfully they had probably done enough in the game to take the win and Gareth Bale came close to a very late winner for them. Wales were missing key midfield personnel in the game, and basically they do all boil down to Gareth Bale or nothing. The Real Madrid man should be backed in the anytime goalscorer market at Bet365 for the trip to Cyprus, because at least he does make things happen. Wales don’t look as if they have a lot of goals in them, and some glorious chances went begging in the Bosnian game from Ashley Williams and Hal Robson-Kanu. They need to learn to convert.

Still, Wales remain unbeaten in their opening two Euro 2016 qualification matches, the draw against Bosnia following a near-embarrassment against Andorra in their opener. There they were rescued on that occasion by a brace from Gareth bale. That is just the one defeat in the last six from the Welsh, but they haven’t won any of their last three away games, a loss against Holland, a draw against Belgium and a defeat against Macedonia. That’s one win in their last seven away games (against Scotland during World cup 2014 qualifiers in 2013).

But they can take a lot of spirit from their performance against Bosnia and would expect the game with Cyprus to go under 2.5 goals. Wales have played Cyprus five times before and hold a narrow 3-2 head to head lead. The last time they faced them was in the Euro 2008 qualifiers and the Welsh lost 3-1 in Nicosia after winning the first meeting on home soil by the same scoreline. They also lost in a friendly out there in 2005, banking their only win in Greece from three visits in the 1994 World Cup qualifiers. Cyprus opened Euro 2016 qualification with a shock 2-1 win over Bosnia before falling against Israel at home.

Wales v Cyprus Betting Odds

Wales 2/5, Draw 10/3, Cyprus 7/1

Wales v Cyprus Predictions

A little tricky to know what to do exactly with this one. Wales do lack the conviction in front of goal, and Cyprus beat Bosnia. The game will probably be a low scoring affair and a win from either would only be by a one goal margin. Wales can win this one, but are they reliable enough on the road? Just back the game to go under 2.5 goals.

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10th October 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Euro 2016 Betting

Gareth Bale (Wales)

Wales v Bosnia Betting Preview

The order of the day will be consolidation of the three points that Wales picked up against Andorra in their group opener. They face one of their tougher group opponents, who will be looking to pick up the pieces after their shock opening loss against Cyprus. The Welsh will come under pressure here at home, and are 9/4 underdogs for the match.

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Wales v Bosnia Betting Tips

Gareth Bale. Where would Wales be without him? It is a fair enough question. It was the Real Madrid man to the rescue in their Euro 2016 qualifying opener against minnows Andorra. After falling behind in the match to an early spot kick, Wales struggled to get themselves back into the match. Thankfully, they do have Gareth Bale and he struck twice to make Wales avoid the embarrassment of becoming the first side not to beat Andorra in 41 Euro Qualifiers. The Welsh were booed off the pitch at half time they were so unproductive, and even when Chris Coleman changed formation for the second half, the players couldn’t get to grips with the tactical change and lost all of their shape.

Wales managed just five shots on target in the game against Andorra. Naturally Bale is the best option from Wales in the anytime goalscorer market for Friday’s match. There are some injury problems for Coleman to handle here as Joe Allen, Aaron Ramsey, David Vaughan and Lee Evans are all missing through injury. After Bosnia, the Welsh will move on to face Cyprus three days later on October 10th. Twice before the Welsh have played Bosnia, both occasions being international friendly games. The Welsh took a 2-2 draw in 2003 in Cardiff, and suffered a 2-0 home loss in Llanelli in 2012.

The surprising thing about this matchup, is that Bosnia are looking for their first qualification points. They suffered a shock home loss in their home opener against Cyprus. That hasn’t stopped bookmakers putting the Bosnians as 5/4 favourites for the match, in what has been a busy year for them after appearing in the 2014 World Cup. They lost two and won one of their group matches in Brazil. The Bosnians have some great quality up front with Vedad Ibisevic and Edin Dzeko who have scored 61 goals between then in 127 combined caps, so they are good options in the anytime goalscorer market.

Wales v Bosnia Betting Odds

Bosnia 5/4, Draw 11/5, Wales 9/4

Wales v Bosnia Predictions

The Bosnians are a technical, strong and a pretty tidy outfit, they should be solid enough to back to avoid defeat. The price that is available on the Bosnians to take the win in the outright market is tempting enough, but if you want coverage, back them in a Draw No Bet with online bookmaker Bet365.

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6th October 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Euro 2016 Betting

Euro 2016 Betting

Wales v Andorra Betting Preview

The Welsh will be looking to get off to a big start here as they face off against the group minnows Andorra. Wales Boss Chris Coleman has the ideal start to build up some confidence for the rest of the qualifying campaign, as they have been lumped in a pretty tough group alongside Bosnia-Hercegovina and Belgium. This will be the first meeting between the two sides and Wales are heavy odds on 1/8 favourites with online bookmaker Stan James.

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Wales v Andorra Betting Tips

This should be a pretty routine game for Wales to navigate their way through. There has been talk of a golden generation of Welsh football at the moment, with the likes of Gareth Bale, Joe Allen and Aaron Ramsey in the mix. The last times Wales were out in action was at the start of June when they suffered a 2-0 loss against Holland. But prior to that they had stitched together a four match unbeaten run, which included a win over Macedonia and a draw against Belgium in the World Cup 2014 qualifiers. Wales have conceded in each of their last four games played though, but surely against Andorra they should be able to rack up a clean sheet.

Wales are priced up at 8/15 to win to nil, which shows the high probability of it happening. The big options in the anytime goalscorer market are going to be Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey, who really have to be at the centre of the Welsh drive. They will be playing this on a 3G artificial pitch, which has been cleared for action by FIFA. Coleman has said Bale will play if he is fit, despite concerns over the surface. Wales have to push forward for goals as goal difference in the group could well come into play down the line, with everyone expected to whip Andorra.

Andorra are on a five match losing streak, not having scored in any of those games. They last avoided defeat in a 1-1 friendly draw against Moldova last year. But in their five games since then, they have conceded at least two goals in each of their defeats. Even seeing them get a point on the board in their Euro 2016 qualifying group is going to be a pretty big stretch. Wales really have to put them to the sword.

Wales v Andorra Betting Odds

Wales 1/8, Draw 8/1, Andorra 16/1

Wales v Andorra Predictions

There is little doubt about the probable outcome in this one. Wales should get a comfortable ride in this one and get the chance to run up a few goals. The closest that you can get to decent value in backing the Welsh is a Wales/Wales Half Time/Full Time wager for 1/2, which isn’t bad at all. At slightly better value is the 2nd Half being the highest scoring at even money with Stan James, when the Andorra side predictably start to tire.

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5th September 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Euro 2016 Betting

Sports Betting

Wales go into battle against South Africa on Saturday, as underdogs for the clash in Durban. This is a two test series for the Welsh against the Springboks, and the big occasion of Wales v South Africa Rugby Betting on Saturday will mark the 100th test appearance for prop Adam Jones. Wales warmed up for this match with a 32-12 win over Eastern Province King and Wales will be hoping that big George North will be in the starting fifteen after being knocked back with a virus.

There has been a lot of talk about the age of the Springboks forwards, and while Wales coach Warren Gatland has played down talk of the likes of 37 year old Victor Matfield being included, Wales will probably hoping to outwit their opponents pack with mobility. Still, the average age of the Bok’s is still 29, so there really aren’t much age issues there to really affect the game.

Wales do go into the match as underdogs, as it’s always difficult to post wins in the Southern Hemisphere for any of the northern Hemisphere nations. South Africa are up at as 1/8 odds on favourites, with the Welsh back at 6/1 to take the win. Then handicap is running at Wales + 14 for a price of even money in this one.

There have been 27 previous matches between the two countries, and South Africa have won all but two of them (W25 D1 L1), so another reason why Wales are such heavy underdogs. South Africa have averaged 27 per game against Wales, while the welsh have averaged 14 points per game against the Springboks.

South Africa are currently on a fourteen match winning streak against Wales, their last coming together back in November of 2013, with the Boks taking a 24-15 victory. South Africa have posted twenty points or more in twelve of their last fourteen matches against the Welsh.

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14th June 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

World Cup 2014 Betting

Holland v Wales Betting Preview
With a tough task awaiting them at the World Cup, Holland will be looking to get some good momentum behind them after a run of somewhat dispiriting international friendly results. Can Wales, missing their best two players, put up a stiff challenge out in Amsterdam and get some confidence themselves as they look ahead to Euro 2016 qualifying?

Holland v Wales Betting Odds at online bookmaker Ladbrokes
Holland 2/7, Draw 4/1, Wales 9/1

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Holland v Wales Betting Tips:
Something isn’t quite clicking with Holland at the moment ahead of Brazil 2014. They secured easy enough qualification to reach the World Cup finals, but Louis van Gaal’s troops haven’t really pushed on since then and haven’t given punters too much to think about. Since qualifying for Brazil 2014, they have posted drawn matches against Ecuador, Colombia and Japan, while suffering a comprehensive 2-0 defeat against World Cup dark horses France. Not a great stretch of form from them. They did post 1-0 win over Ghana at the end of May, the African nation heading to the World Cup as well, but it wasn’t a thoroughly convincing display after Robin van Persie had opened the scoring in the fifth minute. They couldn’t build on it. The Dutch, despite having Van Persie, Klaas Jan Huntelaar and Arjen Robben around, haven’t been scoring as many goals as they should have.

Holland are a long way out at 33/1 with Ladbrokes to win the World Cup this time around, looking a way short of how solid they were four years ago. At Brazil 2014, the Netherlands have to concern themselves with Spain, Chile and to a much lesser extent, Australia in Group B. They will have a big fight on their hands to book a qualification spot if they aren’t on top of their game. If they do finish second as betting suggests, then that would put them in a round of sixteen match against Brazil, so their World Cup ambitions are at risk of ending early. Still, there is a chance for some momentum here as the Dutch already hold an unbeaten six wins from six previous matches against Wales. In those six matches against the Welsh, Holland have scored 19 goals and conceded just three.

They last came together back in an international friendly in 2009, a  game which the Dutch won 2-0. Not helping the Welsh here is that both Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are missing the match, Bale having pulled out with a muscle problem, and Ramsey being rested. Bale has come under fire for missing another friendly, but he is nursing a muscle problem apparently. The Welsh are in a decent bit of form, posting a win over Macedonia and then holding Belgium to a 1-1 draw at the end of World Cup qualifying last October. A draw against Finland in a friendly and then a win over Iceland followed that up for them. In facing top quality opposition, the Welsh do lack the overall punch to make big inroads, and that makes them justifiable underdogs here for their trip to Amsterdam.

The Dutch really need to find another gear and you would expect them to secure a win on home turf. Would probably look for them to Win To Nil.

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Form (all competitions)
Holland WDDLDW, Wales LLWDDW

3rd June 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: World Cup 2014 Betting

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