Mozzart Bet is this Tuesday offering the highest odds in the world across all betting platforms for the Euro build-up clash between Czech Republic and Albania. South American powerhouses Uruguay are also favored over Venezuela as Argentina are tipped to triumph over Colombia
It is seven years since Czech Republic lost at home to a team ranked 60th or more. That was against Armenia in 2013.
The 40th ranked Czech face a lowly ranked Albania tonight desperate for a morale booster heading into their 7th consecutive European Championships.
The Jaroslav Silhavy managed hosts are equally looking for atonement following their 4-0 hammering by Italy in their last international fixture. That was Silhavy’s second worst defeat in charge of Czech Republic.
Tonight, against an opponent they have never met before, Czech are hot favorites. Albania failed to qualify for the Euro but held Wales to a goalless draw last weekend. That marked their 5th clean sheet in their last nine international fixtures.
Antonin Barak will be key for Czech Republic, having scored eight times for his country this season.
Uruguay hope to gain impetus in South America’s arduous FIFA World Cup qualifying tournament when they visit underdogs Venezuela tonight.
Currently occupying the play-off spot five rounds into the 18-match campaign, victory away will boost Luis Suarez and co in their pursuit of a place in Qatar.
Venezuela have already lost four of their opening five games and badly need to resuscitate their flailing campaign if they are to reach their first ever FIFA World Cup.
In Solomon Rondon they have a potent striker able to prise open any defenses. He has scored four times in Venezuela’s last eight games and holds the key to the hosts in tonight’s encounter.
On the other hand, newly crowned La Liga winner Luis Suarez has scored four times for Uruguay in their last six games.
Second-placed Argentina have a tricky fixture away to Colombia as they bid to keep pace with Brazil in South America’s World Cup qualification.
The Albiceleste are unbeaten in nine away games but dropped points in the last fixture at home to Chile. There is considerable pressure for a return to winning ways. Their last five meetings have yielded three victories for Argentina and two draws.
If Colombia are to turn the tide in their favor, Luis Diaz must find his scoring boots again. He has scored thrice in four games for Colombia. Meanwhile, from Argentina’s stellar cast Lautaro Martinez is the most potent.