Saturday World Cup Qualifiers Tips: Netherlands will get job done early

Netherlands beat Montenegro easily when they last met and Dan Fitch is backing a repeat, as he previews Saturday's UEFA World Cup qualifiers...

Goals will flow

Bosnia 2.04 v Finland 4.1; The Draw 3.5
Saturday 13 November, 14:00
Live on Sky Sports Premier League

These two sides both have a chance of grabbing the second placed play-off spot in Group D. Finland are third and only one point behind Ukraine in second, with a game in hand. Bosnia are fourth, two points behind Ukraine, also with a game in hand.

The reverse fixture ended 2-2. Four of Bosnia's six World Cup qualifiers have seen both teams score and you can back that trend to continue at 2.06.

Norway without Haaland threat

Norway 1.14 v Latvia 24.0; The Draw 11.0
Saturday 13 November, 17:00
Live on Sky Sports Red Button

Norway are without the injured Erling Haaland and though they should win this one, their capacity to score goals is obviously reduced without the Borussia Dortmund striker.

Latvia have lost give of their eight qualifiers (W1 D2), but the biggest margin of any defeat were 2-0 losses against Norway and Netherlands. A Norway win and under 2.5 goals is 3.3.

Turkey won't win too big

Turkey 1.01 v Gibraltar 85.0; The Draw 50.0
Saturday 13 November, 17:00
Live on Sky Sports Football

When the odds are this small it's simply a case of how many goals will be scored. Turkey will be motivated, as they are third in Group G and trailing second placed Norway by only two points, with two games to go.

Turkey won the reverse fixture 3-0. It's not the biggest odds, but under 5.5 goals looks a relatively safe bet at 1.67.

Belgium will smash goals threshold

Belgium 1.06 v Estonia 50.0; The Draw 20.0
Saturday 13 November, 17:00
Live on Sky Sports Premier League

A win would see Belgium confirm automatic qualification for the World Cup. Once again, at these odds it's a matter of trying to predict how many will be scored, but on this occasion the value is with backing the goals to flow.

Estonia have kept it tight of late, conceding only one goal from their last three matches. This might account for rather generous odds of 1.77 for over 3.5 goals. The reverse fixture saw Belgium win 5-2.

France have not been prolific scorers

France 1.05 v Kazakhstan 85.0; The Draw 22.0
Saturday 13 November, 19:45
Live on Sky Sports Red Button

France are top of Group D, yet are still looking for points to ensure that they keep second placed Ukraine at bay. Though they have been somewhat erratic during this qualification campaign, they proved that they remain a massive force in the international game, with their recent success at the Nations League finals, where they beat Belgium and Spain.

In their away match against Kazakhstan, the French won 2-0. They have not scored more than two goals in these qualifiers and you can back under 3.5 goals at 1.92.

Holland will be winning at half-time

Montenegro 13.0 v Netherlands 1.28; The Draw 6.2
Saturday 13 November, 19:45
Live on Sky Sports Red Button

Holland are top of Group G. With Norway expected to beat Latvia and only two points behind, nothing less than a win will do for the Dutch, with the top two due to meet in the final game.

Since Louis van Gaal returned to take charge, Netherlands are unbeaten in five games (W4 D1). This includes a 4-0 win in the reverse fixture and the 1.9 for the visitors to win half-time/full-time looks big.

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