Top up the account with this tantalising 5/1 international football treble

Wins for Germany, Italy and Spain could have you feeling euphoric this midweek…


Denmark v Germany, 7.45pm, tonight

World champions make the short hop north to face Denmark tonight as they continue their preparations to meet the mighty San Marino on Saturday.

Germany boss Joachim Low is likely to be on babysitting duty as he prepares to hand out some debuts in Copenhagen with the Confederations Cup right on the horizon for his outfit. Denmark are far from nosey neighbours however and limp into the friendly with only one win in their last five run outs.

Low’s men are a month shy of being unbeaten in a year and that loss to France at Euro 2016 is their only defeat in their last 15 games. Like a smooth German beer, we don’t expect any hiccups for the World Cup holders tonight and we’ve taken them at a very generous Evens for the win this evening.

Best bet: Germany to win Evens

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Italy v Uruguay, 7.45pm, Wednesday

Moving to Wednesday and Italy meet a Uruguay side in Nice fresh from an utter spanking at the hands of Ireland at the Aviva Stadium.

While the Azzauri may not have players with the stellar talents of a Jon Walters or a James McClean, they do have a decent side all the same with the likes for Gianluigi Buffon, Leonardo Bonucci, Stephan El Shaarawy and Ciro Immobile in their ranks.

The Dublin defeat to Ireland was Uruguay’s fourth defeat on the spin and with Luis Suarez out – along with an injury doubt over Edinson Cavani – the South American’s attack is more blunt than a Theresa May campaign speech. Get on the Italians to be victorious at 11/10!

Best bet: Italy to win 11/10

Spain v Colombia, 8.30pm, Wednesday

Elsewhere on Wednesday, the battle between Spain and Colombia could be the most fascinating Latino dust up since Ricky Martin and Enrique Iglesias!

After a bit of wobble in World Cup qualifying, Colombia have steadied the ship with wins over Bolivia and away in Ecuador. Spain for their part come into the game on the back of an ultra-impressive friendly success over a star studded France team in March.

We are leaning Spain’s way though at 1/2 as they’ve won their five home games in-a-row, while Colombia have lost two of their last three away.

Best bet: Spain to win 1/2

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