Arjen Robben to star in Netherlands Euro 2016 qualifier

The Andorrans have scored just three times in their six matches and Israel should have too much firepower, so expect a home win and at 5/1, a 2-0 win looks like a correct score bet.

The absence of Arjen Robben from the early stages of the group seemed to really upset their form and his return to fitness at the start of the Bundesliga season is crucial to their hopes.

If you can get something like 6/4 on Robben scoring on the night, that’s also good value since he will want to show he can handle the captaincy and lead from the front.

Arjen Robben has fiercely led the Netherlands into the World Cup quarterfinals.Arjen Robben and Netherlands are in a precarious position heading into their latest Euro 2016 qualifiers.

Things get serious for the Euro 2016 hopefuls this week as we reach crunch time for many teams hoping to book their places in France next summer, with more than one big name in danger of missing out.

They’ve done it through a steely defence that has conceded just two goals in six matches and with Gareth Bale always capable of grabbing a goal, they are doing the job so far. Take the price while it lasts.

Israel to cruise against Andorra

Robben to lead Netherlands

Finally to the treble and let’s try the Czech Republic to win to nil against Kazakhstan, at 8/11; Norway to win away to Bulgaria at 14/5 and Belgium to ease past Bosnia-Herzegovina at 1/3. All of which works out as 15/2.

The biggest name struggling to make it is Netherlands, who began the campaign so badly and stand three points off the pace in Group A behind surprise leaders Iceland and the Czech Republic. Having replaced Robin van Persie as captain, there’s some more responsibility on his shoulders but he loves being the main man and he should lead them to victory on Thursday.

Czechs to lead treble

At 2/7 on the night, they’re too short to get involved with but the 5/6 with Bet365 on the hosts leading at half time and winning the match is worth taking.

Wales have a genuine chance to reach Euro 2016 and if things go their way over the next week, they may even book their place in France. Thankfully for Danny Blind’s side, they still have things in their hands but they have to start by beating Iceland in Amsterdam on Thursday.

Wales to edge closer

Israel need to keep winning to stay in touch with Belgium in second place in Wales’ group and they’ll be confident of taking care of the group’s bottom side Andorra on Thursday. Winning in Cyprus is not as easy a task as it once was but they have confidence and at 4/5 they’re not as short as I would have expected. Chris Coleman’s side are away to Cyprus in group B, defending their three-point lead at the top.

Posted October 11th, 2015 in Uncategorized.

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