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David Easson - International Friendlies Preview - Friday 22nd March


Friday’s International Friendly Betting Preview

David Easson has a friendly Friday treble

Netherlands v Scotland

Scotland head to Amsterdam knowing this is their biggest test ahead of the Euros and one where they can really test themselves.

The Dutch might have more than one eye on next week’s trip to Germany, even though they have a great record against the Scots with 4 wins and a draw in their last 5 meetings.

Team news will be key for any bettors here with the Dutch probably resting a few players on the night and with both teams scoring in four of the last five games for both teams, that’s the bet here.

The Dutch very rarely lose in Amsterdam and you can say the same in this one even though for the first time in years they have zero Ajax players in the squad.

The Scots like a goal but have only won one of 11 friendlies and that was against Luxembourg.

Both to score is around evens but I’m going for a Dutch win and both the score at 13/5

Romania vs Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland love an away trip in a friendly. They have avoided defeat in five of their last six away friendlies, winning four.

Romania have lost their last 3 home friendlies and only won 2 out of their last 6 overall.

This could be a very good test for Michael O’Neill’s young side and one they can take something from, having beaten Denmark last time out.

They lost 7 of 10 qualifiers but that win, and the emergence of youngsters like Conor Bradley and Trai Hume has the look of a side that has hit the bottom and is now on the up.

I’ll say it again, they love an away friendly win – ask Czechia and Luxembourg – while Romania have lost 4 of their last 5 friendly ties.

Norn Iron plus a goal on the handicaps at evens goes in the treble.

 

Spain vs Colombia

Spain have won their last six matches with over 3.5 goals in four of them and Colombia have scored two goals in their last four matches.

Goals for me in this one. They’ll be putting on a show at West Ham. A game that guarantees entertainment and goals with Spain looking to extend a six-game winning streak that has seen them score 22 goals and concede only three.

Colombia have won four in a row, a run which began with a 2-1 home win over Brazil in World Cup qualifying – and they have won 12 of 14 friendlies, none of which they’ve lost.

This could be any score, really so I’ll go for over 3.5 goals at 13/5.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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