REGULAR readers will be aware both teams to score is one of my favourite market places.

However, when looking at Saturday's Euro 2012 qualifiers both teams not to score might be the way forward.

Now, it's not half us fun because in this bet your line could be beaten after five minutes whereas both teams score usually goes to the wire.

For this who can't resist the both teams to score market I will provide a line in my Top Tips section but this piece is about games where both teams won't score (hopefully).

Let's start with England v Switzerland at Wembley. While Fabio Capello has lost several players his defence remains strong and the pairing of Rio Ferdinand and John Terry should ensure a clean sheet against a less than prolific attack. Both teams not to score pays 4-6 with bodog.

Next I'm looking at Russia v Armenia. The Russians are very short to win the game so 8-13 with bet365 for both teams not to score looks a good call.

My third choice is Slovakia v Andorra which features the Group B leaders against a side bottom of the table with no points and just one goal from five games. Both teams not to score pays 2-5 at Coral.

Greece are another side who should win to nil against Malta. For both teams not to score in this one you can have 1-3 at Stan James.

Finally, I'm in Iceland v Denmark. The Danes should win this one and again will be looking to keep a clean sheet. This pays 8-11 at bodog and Coral.

Both teams not to score

  • England v Switzerland
  • Russia v Armenia
  • Slovakia v Andorra
  • Iceland v Denmark
  • Greece v Malta

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