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Live Top Ten Betting Events (Vol – 41)

Live Top Ten Betting Events (Vol-41)

Now that most of the domestic football leagues are in off season, international football matches will now take center stage. This weekend, match day 6 for the Euro 2016 Qualifiers will be held. Among the matches to watch for this week are England versus Slovenia and Croatia versus Italy. In tennis, the grass season has officially begun and competitions in Nottingham and Stuttgart are now in full swing. Here are the live top ten betting events for this week.

This week’s Live Top Ten Betting Events

Wales versus Belgium

Both Wales and Belgium are on top of their group with 11 points each. The winner of this will take the solo lead in group B and also be a step closer to the finals in 2016. Betvictor gives Wales odds of 5 to win this match while Ladbrokes has Belgium at 1.85. A possible draw here is at 3.6 in Bet365. (Sky Sports 5 HD, Fri 7.45pm)

Croatia versus Italy

Croatia have the opportunity to extend their lead over Italy to five points if they win this match versus the Italians on Friday. Bwin has the best of odds for them here at 2.4. Italy who are considered as one of traditional football powers in the continent are the underdogs in the bookmaker odds here. Stanjames gives them odds of 3.3 to win this match. Paddypower has the possibility of draw here at 3.1. (Sky Interactive, Fri 7.45pm)

Republic of Ireland versus Scotland

Both Scotland and Republic of Ireland have the chance to be on top of group D if they win their match on Saturday. After a strong start in the qualifiers, Ireland are now winless in their last three matches here. But bookmakers are still bullish for their prospects here and Boylesports has them at 2.38 for this match. This bookmaker also offers the best odds for the other possible outcomes of this match. It has Scotland at 3.5 and the draw at 3.2. (Sky Sports 1 HD, Sat 5pm)

Finland versus Hungary

Finland must win their upcoming match versus Hungary in order to keep their chances of making it to the finals in 2016 alive. The Finns only has four points after five matches and are in fourth spot in group F. But still, bookmakers see them as the favorite in their upcoming match versus Hungary. Ladbrokes has them at 2.5 for this match. Unibet gives odds of 3.3 for Hungary here and betting exchange Matchbook has the draw here at 3.28. (Sky Interactive, Sat 5pm)

Northern Ireland versus Romania

Northern Ireland will battle it out this this weekend to see who among them will take the solo lead in group F. Romania now have 13 points while Northern Ireland have 12 points after five matches. The home side here, Northern Ireland are the underdogs in the odds of bookies. Betvictor has them at 3.3 for this fixture. Romania are the favorites here and Skybet has them at 2.5. Betfred gives odds of 3.1 for a possible draw in this match. (Sky Sports 5 HD, Sat 7.45pm)

Denmark versus Serbia

Denmark have the great opportunity to take away the lead from Portugal in group I when they go up against Serbia this weekend. The Serbians have performed poorly in this tournament so far and only managed to get a point in five matches. Denmark will go to this match as the clear favorites and Stanjames gives them odds of 2.2 to win this match. Betting exchange give the Serbians odds of 3.62 to win here while 32Red gives the possibility of a draw here odds of 3.25. (Sky Interactive, Sat 7.45pm)

ATP Stuttgart (men’s tennis)

This will be the first time that the Stuttgart tournament will be played on grass. Still, the ‘King of Clay’ Rafael Nadal is seen as the top favorite by bookmakers to win this competition. Betfred gives him odds of around 4 to win this tournament. Marin Cilic is another title contender here and 888sport gives him odds of 5 here. Another favorite here is Feliciano Lopez and Boylesports has the best odds for him at 7.5. (Eurosport 2, Sun 4.30pm)

Live Top Ten Betting EventsSlovenia versus England

England now have a comfortable six point lead over second placed Slovenia in group E. On Sunday, they will have the opportunity to extend this lead when they play against the Slovenians in their home soil Unibet gives the home side here odds of 4.5. Sportingbet has the best odds for the Three Lions in this match at 1.85. Betfair’s sportsbook gives odds of around 3.5 for a possible draw in this fixture. (ITV 1, Sun 5pm)

Russia versus Austria

In one of the last matches for the Euro qualifiers this weekend, Russia will be up against Austria. The Russians have been lackluster in their qualifying campaign and are now just on third place in group G. Still, bookmakers give them favorable odds for their upcoming match against Austria. Boylesports has the best odds for the Russians here at 2. On the other hand, Ladbrokes gives the Austrians odds of 4.33 to win here. Betway gives the possibility of a tie here odds of 3.4. (Sky Sports 5 HD, Sun 5pm)

WTA Nottingham (women’s tennis)

In one of the first WTA tournaments on grass for the season, former world No.1, Agnieszka Radwanska is the top favorite to win the title in Nottingham. Skybet has the best odds for the Pole here at 2.75. American Alison Riske is also among the other favorites in this tournament. Betfair’s sportsbook has her at around 7.5 to win the title here. Mirjana Lucic-Baroni is also seen as a title contender here and Skybet has her at 11. (Eurosport 2, Sun 6pm)

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