1. Sweden — Italy. 2018 World Cup qualification
Matchup between Sweden and Italy seems much more interesting in a series of knockout tournaments for the right to participate in 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia in the summer. After Ibrahimovic leaving, the Swedes can’t boast of any star players in their team, while the Italians are also going through a long-standing process of the team rejuvenation. De Rossi and Buffon, two pro veterans, 2006 World Cup winners, are going to play in the match against Sweden. the main intrigue is if the great goalkeeper is going to play on the playing fields of Russia.
Bwin betting shop considers the Italians to be the winners of the first match with the odds 2.30 to win. The odds for Sweden are 3.40 to win and 3.10 to draw.
2. Russia — Argentina friendly match. 2018 World Cup host country vs eternal favourite
The Russian team continue to get ready for FIFA World Cup home tournaments with opponents of different levels. A month ago these were South Korea and Iran and now it’s an eternal favourite, the Argentine team with Lionel Messi as a leader. Despite some other stars in the team, the Argentinians hardly managed to get into the finals tournament on the last day of South American qualification. Anyway, being rated 4th in FIFA Argentina, they are the most serious Russia’s opponent for the last few years (besides Belgium), so, increased viewers’ attention to the match is ensured. Bookmakers consider Argentina to be a doubtless winner with the odds 1.85 to win. The odds for Russia are 4.10 to win and 3.50 to draw.
3. England — Germany friendly match
The matchup between these two teams is an eternal classic of the world football and all the rest comments are superfluous. Both teams easily passed the qualifying stage and now can trial their squads in friendly matches at the same providing the fans with engrossing football in Wembley. The odds for the current World champion Germany are 2.1 to win. The odds for the England are 3.40 to win and 3.30 to draw.
4. Formula-1, Brazil Grand Prix
At the coming weekend, the next stage of Formula One will take place in the car-racing track in São Paulo, Brazil. Despite the question on the winner of the current season is off the table, the stage in Mexico has shown that virtually any pilot can win.
Bwin betting shop annalists consider Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) to be the winner and the odds for him are 2.20 to win. The second in the list of contenders goes Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) with 4.25 and the third is the winner of the previous step, Max Verstappen with 4.50.
5. Snooker Tournament Champion of Champions
A prestigious snooker tournament with the self-explanatory name Champion of Champions is to be held in Coventry from 6 to 12 November. The best snooker players of the world are ready to get into a fight for the prize pool of 300 thousand GBP, thus it makes the tournament really impressive.
The bookmakers recon Ronnie O’Sullivan to be the winner. The odds for him are 5.00 to win. Mark Selby (5.50) and Judd Trump (6.00) go after him.