England can take control of Group H with a win in Montenegro on Tuesday night, with the Three Lions the 4/5 favourites to take all three points. England, then under Fabio Capello, let a two-goal lead slip to draw 2-2 when last facing this opposition after Wayne Rooney famously was sent off for a wildRead More
Welcome to the VIP Gambler betting guide for International Football. While the domestic action is generally more popular with the betting public, there are many opportunities to be had when it comes to betting on the International action. This area really comes into its own when there are big competitions going on such as the European Championship and World Cup.
Jamie Currie provides all our International Football tips. Also known as Mabbs in online betting circles, Jamie has been actively tipping on the internet for over a decade and has a vast knowledge of world football. His approach where the International action is concerned is to look for the value bets rather than concentrate on the obvious.
Our International Football betting previews contain analysis of the teams involved, statistics, tips and best betting odds. We obviously produce a lot more of these during the big tournaments and we will definitely be covering next summer’s European Championship in some detail.
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Scotland will be out for revenge when they host Wales in their 2014 World Cup qualifier on Friday – with the bookies making them an odds-on chance to do so. The last time these two sides met, in the original fixture, the Tartan Army were denied a crucial win by a late Gareth Bale braceRead More
England travel to footballing minnows San Marino on Friday with victory all but assured – so much so that if you backed the Three Lions to the tune of £100 you would make just £1 profit. Roy Hodgson’s team beat the part timers 5-0 at Wembley in October and they’re expected to improve on thatRead More
England are narrow favourites to beat Brazil at Wembley on Wednesday evening at 11/8, despite having last beaten the South Americans in 1990. These two nations last met three years ago, with the Three Lions losing out 1-0, however Jermaine Jenas was one of the nation’s representatives on that occasion. Brazil still represent the mostRead More
Europe’s top footballing nations – and San Marino – are in action on Tuesday evening as they bid to take a step closer to qualification for the 2014 Brazil World Cup. On Friday we landed a four team international accumulator of ‘banker’ nations, giving our readers well over 2pts of clear profit, and we intendRead More
With a full round of World Cup qualifiers to pick from on Friday night it means only one thing – accumulators at the ready. Unlike club competitions international qualifiers are, to an extent, generally predictable. Your bankers on Friday are Italy to beat Armenia, Spain to beat Belarus, Sweden to beat the Faroe Islands andRead More
Scotland make the short trip south to Cardiff on Friday to take on Wales in their Group A World Cup qualifier, with the bookies seemingly stumped on who they fancy for the victory. Paddy Power rate both nations at 13/8 in the win market, while the draw is a best price of 9/4. Scotland haveRead More
England take on San Marino in their third Group H World Cup qualifying match at Wembley on Friday and Roy Hodgson’s side are as short as 1/150 with some firms for the victory. England last met the tiny European state in the 1994 World Cup campaign, winning both fixtures 7-1 and 6-0 respectively. San MarinoRead More
England aside, three of the home nations are in World Cup qualifying action tonight as the road to Brazil 2014 continues. Wales have arguably the toughest match with an away trip to Serbia. The Serbs have only ever lost once at home in qualifying and are a best price of 8/15 to take all threeRead More
So England have won one Brazil 2014 qualifier and there are already back page headlines declaring ‘We can win the World Cup.’ Truth be told that headline pre-dated the 5-0 thrashing of woeful Moldova, but you get the picture: here we go again. Another couple of years of building expectations only for a quarter-final penaltiesRead More