Jimmy The Punt has put together a 215/1 accumulator for Tuesday's Nations League action.
Aleksandar Mitrovic anytime scorer
Aleksandar Mitrovic scores goals.
He has already gone clear as Serbia’s all time top goalscorer and, following a hat trick against Sweden, he is just one goal shy of the half century, boasting an outrageous goals per 90 average of 0.78.
He has bagged five times in four appearances in this competition, scoring 13 in his last 12 competitive appearances which accounts for 45% of his nations total over that period.
Domestically, the Serbian has been silencing the sceptics with six goals in seven in the Premier League this season, already doubling his last top flight tally, and drowning out any questions of his ability to perform at elite level.
John McGinn anytime scorer
Ukraine lockhorns with Scotland in Krakow, neutral territory, on Tuesday. Only a win will be good enough to see the Yellow and Blue leapfrog Steve Clarke’s side to secure top spot and promotion to the Nations League Premier division.
This will be these nations third meeting in as many months, the last two have seen seven goals. Given the dynamic of this clash, we could see a gung-ho approach from the ‘hosts’ which lends itself to another goal laden match. With this in mind I like the look of one of the visiting players' prices in the goalscorer market.
John McGinn has found himself in a more advanced role to what he plays at club level and is reaping the reward, getting amongst the goals.
He tops his sides charts for shots per game, averaging 3.8, and has scored and assisted a combined total of four goals.
McGinn scored when these sides last met less than a week ago and I fancy him to repeat the feat at a chunky price on Tuesday.
Diogo Costa to be shown a card
Results in the last round of Nations League A fixtures in Group 2 saw Portugal usurp Spain and jump into the driving seat. Selecao moved two points clear at the helm of the table and with their superior goal difference, a point in Braga will see them reach the four team finals.
Therefore, given the circumstances, I think the hosts will be pulling out all the stocks to ensure they are one of those four teams and this could see their keeper Diogo Costa running down the clock. At 14/1 with bet365, his price for a card looks worth a punt.
Porto’s shot stopper does not have a timewasting reputation but did pick up two bookings last campaign in crucial fixtures away at Benfica and Victoria.
It also does not hurt that the card happy Daniele Orsata has the whistle for this one, the Italian has brandished an average of over five cards per match this season.