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WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS: Our football tipster The Ultra previews Tuesday’s World Cup Qualifiers between BULGARIA V NORTHERN IRELAND, FAROE ISLANDS V SCOTLAND and ENGLAND V HUNGARY all with a recommended BETDAQ bet.


7.45pm I have to say it’s been a fantastic International break, we’ve had plenty of drama in the World Cup Qualifiers and some excellent Nations League games. Tuesday is our final night of action on BETDAQ Betting Exchange and we have three home nation sides involved. We start with Bulgaria hosting Northern Ireland in Group C, and this is definitely a battle for third now after Switzerland beat Northern Ireland 2-0 on Saturday. Prior to that game, there was a little small of second place but that is gone now – the gap is six points and as I said before that game it was Northern Ireland’s plan to catch Switzerland but it was Switzerland’s plan to catch Italy at the top of the Group! Bulgaria have played one more game than Northern Ireland, but they both have five points at the moment.

Bulgaria are a pretty average side – they lost 3-1 to Lithuania on Saturday who sit bottom of the Group and although you could class this as a ‘tricky away tie’ for Northern Ireland, they should really be winning. I have to say I was surprised when I clicked into the market to see such an open betting heat. All three outcomes are very close to the magical 3.0! I fully accept Northern Ireland aren’t as good away from home compared to at home and that Bulgaria are a decent side for the level required here, but I can’t help but have a small investment on Northern Ireland at 2.92. I know it will be a tight game, but I’d have Northern Ireland slight favourites instead of the teams being the same price.

The Ultra Says:
One point win Northern Ireland to beat Bulgaria at 2.92 with BETDAQ Exchange.

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7.45pm Next we move to Group F as Faroe Islands host Scotland. You don’t need me to tell you that this is a must win game for Scotland and they can’t afford to slip up here. They produced an immense comeback on Saturday to beat Israel and now they have done all the hard work in the race for second place, and it would be a total disaster to drop points against a side like the Faroe Islands now! After all the teams in Group F have played seven games, Scotland have a four point advantage over Israel and Austria. Many football fans would have expected Austria to be clear second here, so it shows how good Scotland have been playing lately and that Austria have underperformed.

Scotland are in a similar situation to Wales on Monday in the sense that they have to play the Group leaders in their final game. They have to play Denmark on the final matchday, but their other two games are against Faroe Islands and Moldova – as long as they don’t slip up in either game, and they are both away, they will be second. The market is expecting a Scotland win here as they trade around 1.3 at the time of writing. They hammered Faroe Islands 4-0 when they had home advantage earlier in the Group. With home advantage home, Faroe Islands will likely keep the score line more respectable but I can still see an easy win for Scotland. Under 2.5 goals definitely makes appeal here at 2.02 – I can see Faroe Islands putting XI behind the ball but Scotland eventually grinding them down. This might not be a great game to watch, but Scotland can get the job done.

The Ultra Says:
Two points win Under 2.5 goals at 2.02 with BETDAQ Exchange.

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7.45pm We finish the evening in Group I as England host Hungary. England are ticking the games off nicely so far and they have four point advantage over Albania going into this game. Away to Hungary was a tricky tie because Hungary were very negative and it was a very hostile atmosphere with the home fans abusing the England players, but they hammered them 4-0 in the end with a very impressive performance. Although England should run out easy winners here, I can see them going a little harder than usual here because of the abuse they received in Hungary. They will want to embarrass this Hungary side. At the moment, you wouldn’t fully rule out Hungary finishing second although it’s very unlikely – a loss here would put the nail in the coffin and England would love to do that in my opinion. The fans were a disgrace in Hungary.

England are trading around 1.15 at the time of writing with a smooth win expected. I feel this is a case of how many goals rather than will they win. They should have the fans right behind them too after what happened in Hungary and I like them to cover the two goal Asian Handicap. That’s stakes void if England win by exactly two goals and it’s trading 1.82 which looks great value. If you’re feeling more confident, -2.5 goals is trading 2.4 but I like the two goal stakes void buffer. England should win easily here though and they should be motivated to hammer Hungary.

The Ultra Says:
Three points win England -2 Goals Asian Handicap to beat Hungary at 1.82 with BETDAQ Exchange.

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