England will be looking to get their World Cup preparations underway with a victory when they take on Nigeria at Wembley in Saturday’s friendly clash.
The Three Lions are unbeaten in eight matches, although have been held to a draw in three of their last four.
Nevertheless, they are 49 1.44 favourites with dabblebet to give their confidence a timely boost by coming out on top in London.
Gernot Rohr’s men are also preparing to travel to Russia for their sixth World Cup appearance, and can be backed at 132 7.50 to record a shock victory here.
The sides shared a 0-0 draw when they last met at the 2002 World Cup, and you can get odds of 31 4.00 on them cancelling each other out yet again.
James Tarkowski has been removed from the standby list to have hernia surgery, while Phil Jones could be absent due to the birth of his child. Liverpool duo Jordan Henderson and Trent Alexander-Arnold are also unlikely to feature as they recover from last weekend’s Champions League final.
The Super Eagles have cut Stephen Eze, Dele Ajiboye, Junior Lokosa and Uche Agbo from the provisional 30-man squad, although Moses Simon remains with the group as he attempts to recover from a thigh injury.
Defences on top
Even without Jones and Tarkowski, defence is one area where Gareth Southgate does not have too much to worry about after seeing his side concede just a single goal in their last six matches.
It is not such a positive different story at the other end of the pitch, where they have found the net just four times in that six-match run.
Having conceded more than a single goal just three times in their previous 16 fixtures, Nigeria will back themselves to cause more frustration for the home attack.
Considering they have also scored just three times in the situs judi online last five games themselves, odds of 811 1.73 seem generous on a seventh consecutive England match featuring under 2.5 goals.
Under 2.5 goals at 811 1.73 for a 3pt stake with dabblebet
Houston has won the first quarter all three times at home during the Warriors series, and it also did so in Game 6 at Golden State before the hosts’ three-point deluge. It’s possible the Rockets use the momentum of the home crowd to get off to a hot start.
No bet is ever a slam dunk, but the guess here is that backing the Warriors to win the third quarter is the most likely to come to fruition from this list.
Per OddsChecker, the Dubs have 8-13 odds at some books to win that 12-minute stretch. That’s not a great return on investment, but the Warriors always seem like they come out of halftime with a vengeance.
Per Team Rankings, the Warriors led the entire league in third-quarter points per game with 30.2. To put that number in perspective, no other team was within two points per game of them the Denver Nuggets were next on the list with 28.1.
Look for them to outscore the Rockets in the third quarter en route to a comfortable win.