Prediction: USA vs Colombia (International Friendly, 14.11.2014)

USA look forward to finishing one of the best years in their history on a high note. Against Colombia the North American team will push for a win after two disappointing draws in the previous games. Colombia are creating quite the frenzy among supporters with fans from all over the world lining up for the chance to see Falcao and James Rodriguez.

USA had a successful World Cup by their standards, managed to survive the group of death which included Germany the current champions only to fall at the hands of Belgium. The match is set to take place in London, which will give fans the opportunity to see the stars up close. In the last six matches the wins have been distributed evenly, two for each team while the other two ended in draws, currently at 3.30 with best betting software.
Klinsmann has once again called up players that could bring some of their experience to the youngsters, and once of the pressing questions is whether Jermaine Jones will once again be tested as a center back, which would put him right into the path of Rodriguez, at 3.10 to score anytime. Altidore is the Borussia Dortmund from the USA camp: struggling in Premier League and shining for the national team with assists and far better performance than sitting on the bench.

This friendly promises a lot of goals, if only for the fact that James Rodriguez will be all the people will talk about for days after the game ends. If you think the Real Madrid wonder kid can score the first goal Unibet offers 6.40 odds for that to happen. Carlos Bacca has 2.90 odds to score anytime, Jackson Martinez 2.75 and Dortmund’s Adrian Ramos has 3.10. The one player to have lots of work will be USA’s keeper Guzan who is tipped to make the most saves out of the two keepers.

Colombia is the strongest side out of the two which is why Unibet favours them to win at 2.05 odds, while USA got 3.65 odds. If you want to enjoy with these odds you should register for best betting software 3.15 odds and we’re betting 8 units on Colombia to score in both halves with 3.20 odds.

Prediction: Argentina vs Croatia (International Friendly, 12.11.2014)

Argentina are looking forward to end Croatia’s unbeaten run, especially in the wake of their qualification match against Italy. The Croats last loss dates back to the World Cup in the game against Mexico, and ever since Croatia have been dominating their qualification campaign.

Argentina will field their strongest squad, with Sergio Aguero leading the team to the goal. Gerardo Martino has called up Santiago Vergini after his team has been hit by injuries. Garay and Fernandez will not feature, as well as Marcos Rojo, which leaves Martino with only Demichelis and Zabaleta as the defensive squad.

Niko Kovac is set to field a secondary team against Argentina to avoid any injuries as Italy were deemed as their priority. This will see superstars like Luca Modric, Ivan Rakitic and Mario Mandzukic watching the game from their TV stations, quite an unusual sight for such a high profile friendly. Kovac has dismissed reports about fielding a secondary team and hinted that Halilovic might replace Rakitic against La Albiceleste.
Croatia took 19 players to London to get ready for the game, while once again, leaving Subasic, Lovren, Perisic and Olic to train separately. Argentina took imaginary revenge over Germany when they won the friendly in September, but the World Cup trophy still stayed with the hosts. Their next friendly saw them lose against Brazil, where neither Messi nor Aguero counted for much other than chase after David Luiz and Neymar. Against Hong Kong, Argentina won with 0-7, and Higuain, Messi and Gaitan scored a brace.

Carlos Tevez was finally called back up for Argentina, which is meant as a decoy to take off the pressure from Lionel Messi. Tevez has scored eight goals so far in Serie A, and William Hill gives the striker 2.05 odds to score anytime, while Higuain and Aguero both got 1.91 odds for the same market. Croatia will most likely try and defend Argentina’s attacks but most likely concede early. An outright Argentina win has 1.22 odds, as opposed to Croatia’s 13.00 odds to win outright with open an account via betting agent. We are going to bet 8 units on Argentina to win both halves with 2.15 odds.