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Turkey look like posing the biggest threat to the Netherlands’ direct qualification hopes in Group G and Senol Gunes’ side are backed to take a point from their encounter with the Dutch on Wednesday evening.

The current circumstances clearly mean that Turkey cannot rely on their traditionally raucous home support for this clash, and that undoubtedly makes this midweek trip a little more palatable for the visitors.

Nonetheless, the hosts are still a team to be respected after qualifying alongside France for the European Champions and they managed to beat the world champions 2-0 here in that qualifying campaign, while also earning a 1-1 draw at the Stade de France.

The Dutch are unbeaten in seven away trips, but they have only managed draws against the likes of Bosnia Herzegovina and Northern Ireland in recent outings. With the Turks losing just two of their last 14 at home, we think Gunes’ charges can scrap out a stalemate in this one and we’re also predicting a 0-0 correct score for what could well be a tight and cagey affair at home.

Prediction:Both teams to score.


Defending world champions France get their 2022 qualifying campaign up and running this week and Didier Deschamps’ side should ease their way to a smooth success over Ukraine in Paris.

Friendly encounters aren’t always a great form guide, however the French pummelled Ukraine 7-1 here six months ago and there’s no reason to expect a different result this time around. The hosts have won 18 of their last 23 outings at Stade de France, while Ukraine have lost six of their last seven games.

There’s little appeal in backing Les Bleus in the match betting though as 1/4 is hardly a working mans price, and a home victory with both teams scoring rates a much better option.

Prediction:France to win.

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