Ukraine v Armenia
Saturday 11 June, 14:00
Live on Premier Sports 1
Varazdat Haroyan has featured in this props column on more than one occasion this season - and for good reason.
The Armenia defender, who plays his club football for Spanish side Cadiz, has been generously priced up in the 'shown a card' market throughout 2021/22.
For Cadiz, he was carded in eight of his 17 appearances, while Wednesday's booking against Scotland was Haroyan's 10th in his last 18 competitive internationals.
This might be our last chance to back the centre-back this season and it looks worth taking.
Armenia will be on the back foot for most of this game - Ukraine are hot favourites for victory in a game being played in Lodz, Poland, where they should be well supported by refugees.
Referee Daniel Stefanski is a decent-enough appointment. He's produced plenty of cards in his UEFA club appointments, while in three Nations League games he's shown 17 yellows and two reds.
Ukraine have looked sharper than expected given the lack of games for many of their players in recent months and they will likely win this with something to spare.
Armenia have been beaten 6-0 and 4-1 by Germany this season, 9-0 by Norway and 5-0 by North Macedonia.
With this in mind, I'll add Andriy Yarmolenko to score to form a two-legged Bet Builder.
He's found the net in five of his last 12 competitive internationals, including in the World Cup play-off against Scotland last week.
The double pays 6/1 which hopefully can get what's been a disappointing week back on track.
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