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England should beat Moldova to nil on Friday

England should beat Moldova to nil on Friday

As part of our coverage for the 2013/14 football season, we have launched our new Sporting Life Accumulator.

It usually features the selections of our top tipping team from across the various leagues and you can back the picks every week with Sky Bet.

However, this week we are focusing on the international action so here's our latest offering:

Sporting Life Accumulator:


Macedonia, Belgium both to win & England to win to nil at 9/2 with Sky Bet


Belgium to beat Scotland (Group A)

Belgium have a wealth of attacking talent and top the standings thanks largely to the efforts of Premier League stars Eden Hazard, Marouane Fellaini and Christian Benteke.

While the visitors head to Hampden with the motivation of World Cup qualification, the Scots don't have much more than pride to play for and should be brushed aside.

Macedonia to beat Wales (Group A)

Macedonia have made life tough for England in their four most recent meetings with the Three Lions (only losing twice) while they also produced a creditable performance in defeat against table topping Belgium.

Therefore we can expect the hosts, who also drew in Scotland during the current qualifying campaign, to give Wales a rough ride on Friday and feel they're certainly worth backing.

England to beat Moldova to nil (Group H)

England have never conceded against Moldova and surely the only question is how many goals the hosts will score at Wembley.


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