Updated: January 2019

William Hill: 11/2 for both Argentina and Spain to score in the first half

9 January 2019

It would be a delectable encounter when both Spain and Argentina meet in the international friendlies as both nations warm-up for the World Cup ahead. The two nations are viewed as favorites to win the World Cup. Spain were champions back in 2010 although they crashed out embarrassingly in the 2014 edition which Germany won.

Argentina, on the other hand, have been beleaguered in recent years always having a close shave with greatness yet coming out barehanded deserted of the trophy. In years past, they have been in three finals, most particularly agonizingly getting so close to winning the World Cup where Germany beat them in the finals courtesy of a late Mario Gotze winner.

Spain and Argentina are concurrently football titans. Spain plays one of the most beautiful football brands in the world. Well sophisticated with the wizardry type of Iniesta, Silva and new breed like Asensio, Isco and the rest, Spain are sure to score any side they encounter. On the other side, Argentina is stocked at the top with the finest attacking ferocity in all the globe. Blessed with the likes of Messi, Aguero, Higuain, Di Maria, Dybala, the team is spoilt for choice in the attack.

Other Promotions

4 March 2022

PADDY POWER: Back Liverpool To Win By Three Goals To Nil With Sumptuous 13/2 On Offer

Liverpool will host Norwich in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Wednesday, fresh off the League Cup final victory. Liverpool are the clear f...

Read More

26 February 2022

Bet365: Back Manchester City To Win 3-0 With Sweet 15/2 On Offer

On matchday 27th in the English Premier League, Everton will face Manchester City at the Goodison Park, desperately looking over their shoul...

Read More

26 February 2022

Betfred: Delicious 10/11 Of Offer With Tottenham Expected Go Win At Leeds

In the EPL this weekend, Leeds United will clash with Tottenham Hotspur at the Elland Road Stadium in what promises to be a thrilling game. ...

Read More