Our expert tipsters identify three players worthy of consideration in the goalscorer markets for Wednesday's World Cup qualifiers.
All games kick off at 19:45 BST on Wednesday
After starting in Spain’s World Cup Qualifying opening 1-1 draw with Greece last Wednesday, DANI OLMO came off the bench to net a vital winner in Georgia, scoring from long range.
It wouldn’t be a surprise to see RB Leipzig’s promising youngster regain his place in the starting line-up following his impact on Sunday, making the 17/10 available for Olmo to score anytime an intriguing proposition.
He consistently puts himself in advanced positions for both club and country and is more than capable of taking chances when presented. Up against Kosovo, Spain will be expected to create a fair few opportunities.
Germany are comfortable favourites to make it three wins from three in Group J when they face North Macedonia on Wednesday, having previously beaten Iceland and Romania.
Joachim Low’s side won only narrowly in Bucharest, but Germany squandered a bunch of chances in that game, looking extremely threatening before the finish. Changes are likely given the cramped schedule, with JAMAL MUSIALA in line to claim a full debut for Germany.
The 18-year-old has already shown a penchant for getting shots away in his minimal time in Bayern Munich’s line-up, so the 6/4 on offer for Musiala to put the icing on the cake of his first cap is a solid value play.
Israel enter their third qualifier desperate for a win after collecting just one point from their opening two home games against Denmark and Scotland. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain three points.
They face a Moldova side who were shellacked by Denmark at the weekend, losing 8-0 after a disappointing 1-1 draw with the Faroe Islands in their WCQ opener.
ERAN ZAHAVI, Israel’s chief threat, will be enthusiastically awaiting this match having not scored in the opening two matches, despite some encouraging attacking play. Zahavi is priced at 10/11 to score anytime with Sky Bet, which seems generous given the importance of an Israel win against a shocking defensive side.
Odds correct 1630 BST (30/03/21)
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