Top 5 Bets for the Week: 10-13 June

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We have an eventful week of football which includes mouth-watering matches in the European Championship qualifiers and the ongoing Women’s World Cup in France. We’ve looked at the odds and stats and came up with the Top 5 Bets of the Week for you to consider. Bet on football here.

Denmark v Georgia - Over 2.5 Goals - 1.72

Denmark’s winless run extended to four following a disappointing draw with the Republic of Ireland in the Euro 2020 qualifiers on Friday. The Danes look to get back to winning ways when they face Georgia in another qualifier. The last three encounters between these two have seen at least three goals. Three of Denmark’s last five matches have also seen Over 2.5 Goals scored. Three of Georgia’s last six matches have seen at least three goals. Denmark were unlucky against the Irishmen where they scored just once despite creating numerous chances. Therefore, Christian Eriksen and company will have to be clinical this time.

Iceland v Turkey - Turkey Win - 2.36

Iceland have lost six of their last nine home matches in all competitions. Meanwhile, Turkey are on a five-match winning streak with their recent victory being a 2-0 win over World Cup champions France. The Turks have a perfect record in Group H and are favourites in this encounter.

Hungary - Wales - Hungary Win - 2.72

Hungary have won four straight home matches at home, including a 2-1 win over 2018 World Cup finalists Croatia. They currently top Group E with six points from three games. Wales, on the other hand, have lost three of their last five matches in all competitions. Wales have also lost four of their last seven away games. The Hungarians are hitting form at the right moment and look set to continue their winning run.

Nigeria v Republic of Korea - Over 2.5 Goals - 1.80

Nigeria Women's football team lost their first match at the World Cup 3-0 to Norway and are looking to steady the ship when they meet South Korea. The Koreans lost 4-0 to hosts France in the first match. Five of Nigeria’s last six matches in all competitions have seen at least three goals. Four of South Korea’s last seven matches have seen at least three goals. Therefore, this match promises goals and entertainment given that whoever loses will be eliminated from the tournament.

South Africa v China - China Win - 1.45

South Africa Women have lost seven of their last ten matches. Although the Chinese have not been in fine form, losing their last five matches, four of them have been against teams ranked in the top 10. Against those teams, they lost four by just a one-goal margin. The Chinese are generally better than the South Africans. They are ranked 16th in the world compared to Banyana Banyana, who are ranked 49th.