No bets for a couple of days due to the quiet cards. Monday’s blog gave you five winners at the darts, with the half point on the 13/8 acca a winner.
It’s the international qualifiers and of course, that means the tension ramps up as nations go in search of Euro 2020.
Turkey vs Iceland (17:00)
This Group H game sees leaders Turkey host Iceland. The visitors make the trip knowing it’s win at all costs to take it down to the final group games.
Any positive result for Turkey sees them qualify, but they’ll be wary after the only defeat they’ve suffered came against this opposition.
Turkey average 21 booking points per qualifier. They picked up 40 in the reverse fixture and even saw 30 booking points in their home win over Andorra.
Their 1-0 home win over Albania saw them get two yellow cards in the first 26 minutes, with that game seeing a total of 80 booking points.
Iceland generally aren’t too ill-disciplined and that’s shown by just two games in this campaign seeing them pick up 20 or more booking points.
One of those games was when they hosted Turkey, and given what is at stake, then you’ll have to expect a few cynical fouls, plus time-wasting if they take the lead.
Referee Anthony Taylor should be well known to all of us. He showed 70 booking points in the Midlands derby on Sunday meaning five of his last six games have seen 60 or more booking points.
Given the significance of this game, I was looking towards 20+ booking points each team (11/10 – SkyBet), but I’ll go for match booking points instead.
50+ Booking Points (11/8 – Sky Bet)
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