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Acca Attack: England and Scotland feature in our 13/1 five-fold

| 03.09.2016

The International break takes centre stage for the next few days, and we’ve picked out a handy five-fold accumulator for you to enjoy as qualifying for World Cup 2018 gets underway.

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England begin a new era under Sam Allardyce, while Scotland look to reach a first tournament in 22 years.

We’ve had a look at Sunday’s fixtures and come up with what we think is a very reliable 13/1 five-nation acca, starting with the Three Lions…

England to beat Slovakia

England’s qualifying record in recent times in little short of sensational, losing only one of their last 38 qualifiers.

The Three Lions bagged 10 wins from 10 for Euro 2016, and with renewed optimism under Sam Allardyce, should be getting off to a victorious start against a nation they’ve never lost to.

Poland to beat Kazakhstan

The Poles were unlucky to lose to Switzerland on penalties at the Euros, denying us the chance to see just what they were capable of.

Kazakhstan have won three of their last four fixtures, but none of the opponents were anywhere near Poland’s quality.

Slovenia to beat Lithuania

Slovenia won on their last trip to Lithuania in 2014, and a repeat should occur again.

The hosts have won only four of their last 22 fixtures, and they can against lowly San Marino and Estonia.

Scotland to beat Malta

Gordon Strachan’s men may have friendlies to Italy and France, but they did best Czech Republic and Denmark before the Euros.

Malta haven’t won any of their last 10 fixtures, and just one of their last 21, so this is a good chance for Scotland to get three early points.

Romania to beat Montenegro

Romania were pretty uninspiring at the Euros, but they should have enough in hand to see off Montenegro, who are in dire form.

Liubisa Tumbakovic’s men have drawn one and lost five of their six, including to Macedonia and Greece.

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.