Bet Of The Day June 7

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Bet Of The Day June 7

The World Cup Qualifier match between Australia and the UAE features as Bettingpro.com.au’s best bet for Tuesday June 7.

Bet Of The Day June 7 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

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Key Points

  • All six previous meetings between the teams have seen under 2.5 goals
  • BTTS – NO has landed in all six previous meetings
  • UAE have seen under 2.5 goals in their last five straight games
  • UAE have lost four of their last six competitive games
  • Australia have seen under 2.5 goals in four of their last six competitive games

We target our seventh #BOTD win on the trot when we head to Qatar for Australia’s do-or-die World Cup Qualifying match against the United Arab Emirates. We are going for value in this one!

Australia has endured a rather lacklustre qualifying process to reach this stage of the World Cup qualifiers, but will nevertheless be confident of securing a positive result for the fans back home.

The Socceroos enter the match on the back of a 2-1 triumph against Jordan last week. It was a promising result considering the squad rotation was heavy, but both goals came from set pieces, highlighting the trouble that Graham Arnold’s side has scoring from open play. Bailey Wright and Awer Mabil were the two to score in the come from behind win.

Australia has struggled to find the back of the net throughout the qualifying stages this time around, with the under hitting in four of their last six competitive matches. In fact, the under total goals has also hit in the six previous meetings between the two nations.

Elsewhere, the UAE enter this match in questionable form and will need to be at the top of their game if they are any chance of facing Peru the following week. The UAE have lost four of their last six competitive matches and head into this match on the back of a 1-1 draw in a friendly against Gambia.

History also isn’t kind to them, as they have failed to reach a World Cup since 1990. However, if they can cause an upset like they did against South Korea on the final match day of the group stage, then anything is possible for the passionate nation.

The total goals hitting the under also seems to be a bit of a trend for Rodolfo Arruabarrena’s outfit in recent outings, with the previous five international matches all hitting the under, and with both sides reluctant to concede in a jeopardy contest, it could be the same again.

All signs are pointing to another low-scoring affair between the two nations, in which we believe that Australia will prevail in to face Peru next week for a place in Qatar 2022.

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