Best Booking Codes for Tuesday's Internationals

Best Booking Codes for Tuesday's Internationals

The International games have been coming thick and fast in the past weeks, and that is set to continue today with a whole host of games set to take place.

From International friendlies to World Cup qualifiers in Asia and Africa, we're going to pick out our top tips and booking codes from a selection of the many fixtures that are taking place throughout today:

Portugal vs Ireland

Bruno Fernandes's form for club and country in recent weeks has been absolutely sensational with the star midfielder scoring or assisting in 12 of his last 17 games, amassing 11 goals and seven assists in that time.

Despite Portugal falling to defeat in their last game against Croatia, Fernandes was yet again one of the best players on the pitch and was instrumental in nearly all of his team's promising attacking moves.

Their coming game against Ireland should play out much more in Portugal's favour, and we believe that Fernandes will get himself on the scoresheet once again in this one.

Bruno Fernandes to score anytime, 2.70

Australia vs Palestine

Australia and Palestine have already secured their place in the third round of Asia's World Cup qualifying campaign, and the two sides are set to come face to face in the final match of the second round.

The hosts have taken five wins from their five games in Group I thus far and they will be looking to continue that 100%-win record in this one, while the visitors secured history with a first-ever qualification into the third round thanks to two wins and two draws in their five outings.

While Palestine will still be on a high from their record-making qualification, we believe that the hosts will exert their dominance in this one and go on to pick up a sixth victory from six group matches.

Australia to win & over 2.5 goals, 1.75

South Africa vs Zimbabwe

Fourth in Group C South Africa face the bottom of the group Zimbabwe in matchday four of the African World Cup qualification campaign, with both teams in need of points from this one to put them in a strong position heading into the last six matches.

South Africa is coming into this one on the back of three successive draws across all competitions, most recently holding on to a 1-1 draw with Nigeria despite an inspired second-half performance from the Super Eagles. While they have struggled for victories, impressive performances against both Algeria and Nigeria in back-to-back matches will give them plenty of confidence heading into this one.

Zimbabwe, on the other hand, are yet to win a World Cup qualification game and have only won two of their last 10 matches across all competitions, three draws and five losses in that time. A disappointing defeat to Lesotho in their most recent outing will not give their players much confidence heading into this game against South Africa, and we believe that the hosts will go on to take three points from this one.


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