SCOTLAND, England and France all won last week and McBookie are offering an enhanced 7-1 they do so again tonight.
For a team with nothing but holidays to look forward to this summer Scotland looked a hungry team last week. Gordon Strachan’s men were massive underdogs away to the Czech Republic and tonight’s opponents Denmark are slight favourites.
Unlike the Czechs they’re not heading to Euro 2016 after losing to Sweden in the play-offs and I reckon Scotland have a great chance of handing them a fifth defeat in six on the road.
Gordon Strachan is experimenting and will hand out new caps but everyone seems to be buying into his plans and there will be plenty of experience of the pitch too.
Scotland are a best 2-1 with bet365 and I like Ladbrokes‘ 1-1 on Scotland draw no bet. The Danes are a best 17-10 with William Hill. Leigh Griffiths is hoping to start up front on his own and if he does take him to score first at 7-1 with McBookie.
Scotland didn’t concede in Prague and that was a surprise but with Scott Bain maybe between the sticks both teams to score is a shout at 1-1 with William Hill.
The Danes’ best chance of a goal is likely to come from Spurs’ Christian Eriksen who is 7-2 at bet365 to net at any time.
As with all friendlies low stakes are advised and check teams before betting on scorers. My England tips were spot on at the weekend with five goals, including one from Harry Kane, in their friendly against Germany.
Next up tonight for Roy Hodgson’s men are a Holland side who won’t grace Euro 2016 with their presence. Hodgson will make changes and Daniel Sturridge is a confirmed starter. He is 11-2 at bet365 to score first.
England are 3-4 with boylesports to win and I also like France at 4-7 with William Hill at home to Russia. Having hit three in Holland the French look worth taking at 10-11 with boylesports to score 2+.
Scotland, England and France all to win has been enhanced to 7-1 by McBookie. Max £20 stake.
Scotland draw no bet
France to score 2+