Bet Of The Day Tips, Tuesday 5th June 2018

For today’s Bet Of The Day Tips, we have nine super games and for best result, we strongly recommend that you do not accumulate all the games on a single ticket, you should split the games on different tickets and each ticket should have at least 3 games. Please bet responsibly by splitting the games for maximum profit at the end of the day. We wish you the Best of Luck! Here are previews to some of the matches:

Russia vs Turkey International Friendly At VEB Arena In Moscow. Time: 17:00

Russia national football team have not been experiencing good result in most of their recent friendlies. They lost 1-0 away to Austria in their last friendly match and the Austrian team won’t be featuring at this summers’ World Cup.

Russia’s World Cup preparation campaign continued to give fans serious course for concern. It’s now six matches since the Russians last tasted victory and this is not exactly the record you want heading into a major tournament. Even with home advantage, Stanislav Cherchesov’s men will have to do much better when the World Cup kicks off later this month.

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Just like Austria whom Russia played in the last friendly, Turkey is another nation who won’t be gracing the World Cup with their presence, though they are unlikely to fear anything ahead of this match. The visitors are unbeaten in four and have been doing a far better job of scoring goals of late than their hosts have.

Russia’s main concern ahead of the World Cup should be their glaring inability to keep things tight at the back. To prepare themselves for the challenges that lie ahead, the Russians recently opted to take on Argentina, Spain, Brazil and France in quick succession, though facing the opposition of the highest quality only highlighted the fact that the tournament hosts are well below the required level, especially from a defensive point of view.

Russia conceded ten goals against the four opponents mentioned above, scoring just four in reply, Cherchesov’s men will have fancied themselves to do better against Austria the last time out, but they once again disappointed and fell short of the occasion.

The Russians may have only conceded once in Innsbruck against Austria, but Sbornaya was once again easy to get at and on another day the Austrians would’ve scored two or three. Not only did Russia look typically open at the back, but they looked toothless at the other end, both in terms of creativity and end-product.

Turkey isn’t exactly the highest calibre team, though nor are Austria, so it’s easy to see the hosts once again faltering. The visitors, though not the strongest defensively, ought to be confident of breaching a Russian back-line that has looked somewhat weak in recent times.

Turkey has scored at least one goal in each of their last five, Turkey has had no problem putting the ball in the back of the net in recent times, although, like the Russians, they have struggled to keep things tight at the back, conceding in four of their last five, as well as in eight of their last ten.

Moreover, they’ve conceded two goals in each of their last three away friendlies. Such a record doesn’t bode too well for Mircea Lucescu’s men. With just one clean sheet between them in 2018, defending is clearly a problem for this pair.

Add into the mix the fact that the Russians will very much have to go for an all-out attack in this match, which could, in turn, make for an open, end-to-end encounter. So it’s relatively easy to see each side once again coming up short at the back.


Based on recent performances we might likely see quite a handful of goals in this match and our prediction is “Over 1.5 goals” which looks a very good value for betting.

Chinese Taipei vs New Zealand Intercontinental Cup At Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai. Time: 15:30

These two teams Chinese Taipei and New Zealand are looking to rebound from losses suffered on the opening day of the inaugural edition of the Intercontinental Cup.

The four-nation tournament held in India serves as a perfect substitute for friendly matches as each of the four sides involved in the competition tend to find it hard to get adequate warm-up matches before competitions in their respective continental zones.

Chinese Taipei is led by the English-born manager Gary White who can’t quite be proud of the start his side made at the competition. White’s troops fell 0-5 to the host nation India in the curtain raiser on Friday afternoon at Mumbai Football Arena. Striker Sunil Chhetri was the man who made the difference netting a hat-trick on the day.

New Zealand grabbed a lead against Kenya on Saturday through left-winger Sarpeet Singh, but the Harambee Stars managed to turn things around later on to win the match 2-1 at the end. Chinese Taipei and New Zealand have not played each other before, hence there is no head to head history to check on.

New Zealand head into this game as massive favourites, but you should be careful with the potential high-stake bets here knowing that the All Whites bought the U23 squad for this event. The head coach Fritz Schmid is looking to take advantage of the occasion in order to prepare his men for the 2020 Olympic Games.

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Nevertheless, we still expect the All Whites to dominate the pitch from the very first minute given that Chinese Taipei obviously lacks the quality to compete at this level. Since Gary White’s men allowed five goals on Friday.

However, we want to be extremely conservative in predicting this match, taking into consideration the fact that New Zealand has an inexperienced squad that might falter or struggle a bit against Chinese Taipei, hence our prediction is a double chance combo ” New Zealand win or draw and over 1.5 goals”

Recommended soccer bets for today (Tuesday 5th, June 2018)

05-06 15:00
Malaysia – Super League
Kedah – Kelantan FA – Over 1.5 goals     Won

05-06 15:00
International – Int. Friendly Games
Kazakhstan – Azerbaijan – 1x and Under 4.5 goals      Won

05-06 18:30
International – Int. Friendly Games
Romania – Finland – 1      Won

05-06 17:00
International – Int. Friendly Games
Russia – Turkey – Over 1.5 goals       Won

05-06 19:00
International – Int. Friendly Games
Luxembourg – Georgia – (Handicap 2:0) Luxembourg Wins       Won

05-06 15:30
International – Intercontinental Cup
Taiwan – New Zealand – x2 and Over 1.5 goals        Lost

05-06 17:00
International – Baltic Cup
Lithuania – Latvia – Under 3.5 goals       Won

05-06 16:00
International – COSAFA Cup, Placement matches
Namibia – South Africa – x2 and Under 4.5 goals       Lost

05-06 18:30
International – COSAFA Cup, Placement matches
Swaziland – Botswana – Under 3.5 goals       Won

Total odds: 9.16

Merrybet Booking Code: 9794349

You May Also Check Yesterday’s Result: Bet Of The Day Tips, Monday 4th June 2018

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