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    Tom's Tips; Both teams to score betting tip for Tuesday 17th November




    By Tom Regan                                                                                         
    @TomRegan29
    So my Friday BTTS treble fell one short as 5 out of the 6 found the back of the net. Once again, Tuesday throws up a host of international friendlies, and after some research, I have picked out three fixtures that I feel both teams will score. Remember, these games are anything but life or death. They are a chance for the managers to experiment with new players and so on. The recommendation will always stay the same for these type of fixtures and that is low stake betting.

    This BTTS treble comes in at 4.49/1 with bet365.  
    Germany v Holland (4/7 @ bet365)                                                         

    Germany v Holland is one of the few longstanding football rivalries at a national level. It will always be an intense affair no matter the importance of the fixture. The Germans are the current World Cup holders whilst the Dutch are in disarray, failing to qualify for France 2016. Joachim Low's men have not failed to score on German soil since an international friendly against Poland on May 13th 2014. They have conceded in their last 4 consecutive home games, letting in 6 goals, with the likes of Georgia and Australia on target in those. 

    Despite the poor form of the Netherlands, they have nothing to lose, and will be firing on all cylinders to seal a result against the old enemy. The last two games has seen the Dutch score 5 and concede 3 in victories over Kazakhstan and Wales respectively. The rebuilding process starts here for Danny Blind and his talented squad. With the likes of Sneijder, Wijnaldum and Huntelaar, there is plenty of creativity in the team, but most importantly, goals. This could be a thrilling encounter, and I expect plenty of goals. I am happy to make this my first BTTS selection.
    Slovakia v Iceland (10/11 @ bet365)                                                                               

    Both sides will be making their debut's in France having never been part of a European Championship. Slovakia defeated Switzerland 3-2 on Friday, having failed to score in their previous 2 home fixtures. Prior to that, they had scored in 8 consecutive games on home soil. They have a sturdy defence, proved by the fact they have only conceded more than 1 goal in a game on 2 occasions in over 2 years of football at Stadion Pod Dubnom. 

    Iceland have really kicked on under the guidance of Lars Lagerback, qualifying for Euro 2016 in Group A with two games to spare. An outstanding achievement when you consider they were in the same group as the Netherlands and Turkey. Iceland have proved they can find the net on the road, scoring in 11 of their last 12 away fixtures, with 8 of those BTTS outcomes. I am confident that both teams will score here.
    Poland v Czech Republic (5/6 @ bet365)           
                                                                  
    And here are two more sides who will be plying their trade in France at next years Euro's. Poland possess the most lethal striker in world football right now in Robert Lewandowski. Adam Nawalka's side are firing the goals in with 14 in their last 3 at Stadion Miejski. Bayern Munich star Lewandowski responsible for 5 of them. Despite scoring for fun in recent times, they have conceded in 5 of their last 7 on home soil so the Czechs will fancy their chances of finding the net. 

    Pavel Vrba's Czech Republic continued their run of qualifying for every Euro tournament since 1996 by topping group A. They have only failed to find the net once on the road in their last 13, with 9 of those BTTS results. Thy have conceded in 7 consecutive fixtures away from The Generali Arena. Everything points to a BTTS outcome and that concludes my treble.                                                                                     

    Remember to always bet responsibly and only what you can afford to lose. Good luck, Tom.
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