International Friendlies: Spain will concede in victory

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Saturday sees seven international friendlies featuring sides that will be at the World Cup this summer and Dan Fitch has previewed them all, including a tricky tie for in-form Spain...

"Spain have conceded in each of their last four matches."

Back Spain to win and both teams to score at [3.6]

Hungary [2.9] v Australia [2.8]; The Draw [3.15]
Saturday 9 June, 16:30
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Australia pulled off something of a minor shock with a 4-0 victory over the Czech Republic last week and now face another European opponent as they travel to Hungary.

Hungary have lost nine of their last thirteen games, of which eight have been at home. With that in mind, back the [1.88] for Australia in the Draw No Bet market.


Estonia [7.4] v Morocco [1.46]; The Draw [4.0]
Saturday 9 June, 17:00
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Morocco come into this match protecting a 17-match unbeaten run, having defeated Slovakia 2-1 earlier this week.

A key figure in Morocco's success has been their striker Ayoub El Kaabi, who has scored eleven goals in nine games for his country. He can be backed at [2.5] to score against an Estonia side that have only won one of their last six games.


Serbia [1.22] v Bolivia [13.0]; The Draw [6.0]
Saturday 9 June, 17:00

Serbia continued their erratic form since qualifying for the World Cup, with a 1-0 loss to Chile on Monday.

In five friendlies they've won two, lost two and drawn one, which is not the sort of form that suggests they should be so short to win, even against a very poor Bolivia side. In contrast, the [2.1] for under 2.5 goals looks very generous in a match between two teams struggling for goals.


Sweden [2.5] v Peru [2.9]; The Draw [3.0]
Saturday 9 June, 18:15
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Sweden host Peru in the first of Saturday's matches that sees two teams facing one another, that will both play in Russia this summer.

It's strange that the Swedes are favourites, despite their home advantage. They have only won one of their last six matches, while Peru are unbeaten in 14 matches since a 2016 defeat to Brazil. With Peru having won five on the bounce, back them at [2.2] in the Draw No Bet market.


Denmark [2.3] v Mexico [3.1]; The Draw [3.0]
Saturday 9 June, 19:00
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Another encounter on Saturday that will give us a glimpse at two World Cup qualifiers, is Denmark's match against Mexico.

Recent form doesn't suggest that it will be a classic. Denmark's last three games have seen just one goal scored, while Mexico's last three have only produced two. Under 2.5 goals looks sure to land at [1.6].


France [1.13] v USA [21.0]; The Draw [7.0]
Saturday 9 June, 20:00

France have now won their last three games, after beating Italy 3-1 last week.

Since qualifying for the World Cup the French have scored at least two goals in each of their six friendlies. The goals should flow then, against an American side that haven't won away from home since July of last year and you can back a France win and over 2.5 goals at [1.73].


Spain [1.25] v Tunisia [12.0]; The Draw [5.0]
Saturday 9 June, 20:00
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This promises to be an intriguing match between two in-form teams, not least because it will give English fans a glimpse of their opening opponents in Group G. Tunisia are unbeaten in nine matches, which includes a recent 2-2 draw with the reigning European champions Portugal.

Spain are unbeaten since those European Championships, taking a 19-match unbeaten match record into this game. They should claim another victory, but having conceded in each of their last four, a Spain win and both teams to score, looks too big at [3.6].

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