SWITZERLAND will be the first side on many people's coupons on Tuesday – and it's not because they're that good.

The Swiss are an average outfit who proved by beating Spain at the World Cup finals that on their day they can match the very best.

However, they are also prone to howlers, losing for example to Luxembourg on the way to qualifying for South Africa. They have started their Euro 2012 campaign with defeats against England and Montenegro so must beat Wales.

And luckily for them it's a much-weakened Welsh they face with the likes of Craig Bellamy, Joe Ledley, Aaron Ramsay, Jack Collison, Chris Gunter and Ched Evans all missing. Caretaker boss Brian Flynn has called up the likes of Bournemouth's Rhoys Wiggins and Swansea's Shaun MacDonald and Jazz Richards and with respect to these players they won't be worrying the Swiss.

Switzerland, who possess a couple of dangermen in the shape of Alexander Frei and Hakin Yakan, look good value at 1-2 with totesport.

On a busy night of qualifiers England are just 1-4 with Hills to beat Montenegro at home. Fabio Capello's men should edge out the Group G leaders and consider Steven Gerrard at 11-2 with Paddy Power to score first.

Northern Ireland, confident after holding Italy at home, are worth backing at 4-11 with Hills in the Faroes.

France should keep up their renaissance under new coach Laurent Blanc with a victory over lowly Luxembourg. Les Bleus don't often score more than two but will be full of confidence after beating Romania 2-0 on Friday so instead of taking the French at a best 25-1 with William Hill try over 2.5 goals at 2-5 with 888sport and Blue Square.

Germany have won three from three so far and should continue their great start in Group A when they visit Kazakhstan.

Again there is no value in the away at a best 1-8 at Ladbrokes so try Mezut Osil as an each-way scorer. He hit the target against Turkey on Friday and is a biggest 6-1 with Paddy Power.

Portugal can close the gap on Group H leaders Norway to two points by beating Iceland away. They were impressive winnners against Denmark on Friday and are 4-11 with Ladbrokes and William Hill with to collect another three points.

Holland, 4-7 with bodog, William Hill and Paddy Power, should beat Sweden at home, but it's a poor price on a side that's been struggling to finish off sides.

Italy were disappointingly held by the Irish in Belfast but will be looking to get the show on the road when they tackle Serbia at home. The Serbs will be on a downer after being spanked 3-1 at home to Estonia and the Italians have enough class to scrape home. Back them at 8-11 with Victor Chandler and take the classy Antonio Cassano at 5-1 with bodog to score first.

I love the both teams to score or nor to score market and had success last week backing no on games involving teams such as Andorra, Moldova and of course Scotland.

Some bookies are taking the bets this week and for example both not to score in Faroes v Nth Ireland is 8-13 at Coral and Paddy Power and bodog go 1-2 both teams don't score at Liechtenstein v Czech Republic.

Belarus and Albania games have seen the unders come up in the last six by both sides. Back under 2.5 goals with bodog at 8-13.

For backers of the draws there looks to be tight games at Azerbaijan v Turkey, Latvia v Georgia and Slovakia v Republic of Ireland.


  • Switzerland
  • Northern Ireland
  • Spain
  • Portugal


  • Faroes v Nth Ireland (both teams to score, no)
  • Liechtenstein v Czech Rep (both teams to score, no)
  • France v Luxembourg (over 2.5 goals)
  • Belarus v Albania (under 2.5 goals)

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