I’VE looked through the Nordic cards and although there are a handful of 1 and 2 Deild games none inspire much confidence for goals.
There is, however, one match in the Icelandic Youth league that looks a touch too generously priced.
KR/KV U19s v Keflavik U19s (2pm)
The hosts have hit 5 and 4 team goals in their opening salvo of games but although these were away wins they showed vulnerability at the back with scorelines of 2-4 and 4-5.
Keflavik Youths' last match was a 1-1 draw but was only a point gained after a 2-8 home battering at the hands of IA/Kari – a team who KR/KV beat 2-1 back in Autumn.
Unpick Keflavik’s fixtures and it’s clear to see (as their mother side was a couple of seasons back) that they are involved in some seriously high-scoring encounters – the successive form for match goals is as follows: 2-10-7-10-3-6-3-8-8-5-3-13-6-7-5.
This is a game the home side should dominate but Keflavik might just be able to chip in with some contributions to the goal tally.
- Goal line 3.5, 4.0 (1.9)
England v Nigeria (5.15pm)
I'm not the biggest friendly fan but I’m taking the England market I think may prove the most profitable in the World Cup.
It’s a squad with youth and (limited) skill and a great work tempo but alas all I can see is a pressing game that amounts to nowt but corners.
Internacionale v Sport Recife (10pm)
- Both to score (1-1)
- Both to score & over 2.5 goals (8-5)