Our team have come up with eight eye-catching RequestABets for this summer's World Cup, ranging from 40/1 to 100/1 with Sky Bet.
Russia 2018 gets under way on Thursday as the hosts take on Saudi Arabia but there's still time to get your own creative World Cup multiples priced up with the Sky Bet football traders.
There's already 100s to choose from already (click here for Sky Bet's World Cup RAB list) but if you needed any more inspiration then our team of tipsters have come up with seven expertly-researched ones of our own as we try to help you win big on small stakes.
If you fancy backing any of the below, click here to find Sky Bet's World Cup RAB page and scroll down to the Sporting Life section.
Mitrovic, Coutinho & Hazard all to score 2 or more and Eriksen to score 1+ (20/1)
I'm personally expecting big things from Serbia, for whom Aleksandar Mitrovic is a real goal threat having struck six times during qualifying, and Belgium so there can be little doubt Eden Hazard will have plenty of chances. We all know Coutinho has an eye for a goal - and a good one at that - and you'd expect Brazil to play at least five times while Christian Eriksen bagged a highly-impressive 11 goals for Denmark during qualifying. Only Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski scored more in the European qualifiers. (By Chris Hammer)
Mitrovic, Eriksen, Coutinho & Hazard all to score 2 or more (40/1)
A bolder variation on the above if Denmark can get through what looks a tough group. Given how prolific Eriksen is for his country, he could well bag two or more if they play four games or more. (By Chris Hammer)
Ricardo Rodriguez to be top Switzerland scorer, Son-Heung Min to be top South Korea scorer, Messi to score two or more & Lewandowski to score two or more (66/1)
Ricardo Rodriguez may be a left-back, but he contributes his fair share of goals for club and country and has dropped from 20/1 to be Switzerland’s top scorer into 9/1. He should be the man who takes most of their free-kicks and penalties and the AC Milan defender could prove vital for them in Group E. Heung-Min Son has enjoyed an impressive campaign for Spurs while he already has 21 goals in 64 appearances for South Korea. Poland’s hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages will rest on captain Robert Lewandowski and, with the striker vying for a move away from Bayern Munich this summer, it is a great chance for him in the shop window. Already Argentina’s record goalscorer, Lionel Messi could easily bag more than two in the group alone, drawn with Croatia, Iceland and Nigeria. (By George Pitts)
Spain to reach the final, Lukaku to score 3+ goals and Uruguay & Spain to win their groups (16/1)
Despite their swift management change, Spain are a strong fancy for the latter stages where their nous will count for plenty. The core of their side is strong and Isco could be one of the stars of the tournament. One of the in-form strikers in international football, Romelu ukaku should get at least five games and can take advantage. The final part of my acca is easy - as I rate Uruguay and Spain as bankers to win their respective groups. (By Jon Black)
Peru to qualify for the last 16, Brazil to score 12+ goals and France to win all three group games without conceding a goal (60/1)
Peru are a tight team but also have a couple of emerging stars who should cause problems for Denmark and Group C whipping boys Australia. Brazil look primed for some sparkling play and are strongly fancied to weigh in with at least a dozen en route to glory, while I believe France are the best of the Europeans and should be far too strong for Australia, Peru and Denmark. (By Dom Newton-Collinge)
Griezmann, Messi and Neymar each to score 3+ goals & Eden Hazard to be top Belgium goalscorer (33/1)
I fancy France, Argentina and Brazil to go far so it seems a no brainer to me that their star names will each bag three or more goals, especially given their group opponents seem rather soft. Hazard to top score for Belgium bumps the price up given Lukaku's goal threat but we're all familiar with the Chelsea man's star talents and I expect a string of big performances from him. (By Dale Tempest)
Brazil to win the World Cup, Iran to qualify from Group B and Raheem Sterling to score 3+ goals (100/1)
Brazil are my idea of the winners and to be frank, I don't think 9/2 is a bad price for a team that strolled through qualifying and boast one of the most well-balanced squads imaginable. Under the shrewd guidance of Carlos Queiroz, Iran are now making their second successive World Cup appearance following a fine qualifying campaign which saw them keep 12 straight clean sheets. The exciting Alireza Jahanbakhsh comes into the tournament on the back of a fine season for AZ Alkmaar in the Dutch Eredivisie, where he finished as the league's top scorer with 21 goals and 12 assists. A unique talent but for so long one of the most frustrating performers in England, Raheem Sterling is now the finished article and can prove Gareth Southgate's star performer at this year's World Cup. (By Richard Mann)
Uruguay & Brazil to win all their group games, Lewandowski to be top scorer in Group H and Denmark to qualify from Group C (100/1)
I'm pretty confident Uruguay and Brazil will find their groups easy going while Robert Lewandowski has got to be fancied to top score in Group H given his qualification report of 16 goals and three hat-tricks! Denmark may not be quite good enough to beat France but Australia and Peru very beatable. (By Paul Higham)
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