Tuesday Betting acca: More frustration for France plus five other juicy selections

World Cup qualifiers continue this Tuesday night and we’ve picked out six bets for you to include in your international accumulator.

From a must-win game for Portugal to a Norwegian goal fest, Planet Sport have got you covered when it comes to betting on international soccer.

Here are our latest selections ahead of a promising evening of 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

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Azerbaijan vs Portugal

With Serbia and Portugal locked on ten points at the top of Group A, the battle for automatic World Cup qualification is going down to the wire.

Cristiano Ronaldo came to Portugal's rescue last Wednesday as his late brace denied Ireland a memorable win.

Ronaldo won't be available for Portugal this time round
Ronaldo won't be available for Portugal this time round

The former European champions will be looking for a far more comfortable night when they travel to Azerbaijan this Tuesday.

This is a fixture that Portugal have won on five consecutive occasions; scoring 11 goals and conceding none in the process.

With that in mind, a Portugal victory is the first addition to our international acca.

Austria vs Scotland

Scotland's qualification campaign is not exactly going smoothly. Steve Clarke's men followed up their 2-0 defeat to Denmark with a slender 1-0 home win against bottom-of-the-group Moldova.

Nevertheless, the Scots are still capable of a top two finish and a win over Austria would certainly boost their chances.

Scotland's Callum McGregor (centre) celebrates scoring their side's first goal of the game during the UEFA Euro 2020 Group D match at Hampden Park

Speaking of Austria, it's fair to say that Franco Foda's side have also been far from convincing.

A 5-2 defeat to Israel leaves the team fourth in the group, adding further pressure on this upcoming clash with the Scots.

Interestingly, two of the last three games between the two have ended in draws. Considering both sides are going through a difficult spell, it may be worth backing that same outcome in the outright market.

France vs Finland

Believe it or not, but over the course of the last five games Finland have won more games than the defending world champions.

Didier Deschamps' side come into this match on the back of four draws and one defeat. Their two most recent outings saw them draw 1-1 with both Bosnia and Ukraine.

European Championship, France - Germany, preliminary round, Group F, 1st matchday in the EM-Arena Munich. Coach Didier Deschamps

Les Bleus are still top of their group but with Finland just four points behind and with two games in hand, a win here for Markku Kanerva's men would certainly open things up.

The two teams last met ten months ago in a friendly which saw Finland secure a memorable 2-0 win.

Despite this, our recommendation is to back both teams to score. France haven't kept a clean sheet since their first game at the Euros and in their current form, they're bound to concede again.

Ireland vs Serbia

The Republic of Ireland are currently going through one of the worst periods in recent memory.

Stephen Kenny's side have won just one of their last 16 games. What's more, in that one game they did reign supreme, Ireland still conceded a goal as they prevailed 4-1 against Andorra.

Republic of Ireland boss Stephen Kenny calls for leadership over discrimination

The task for Kenny and his men doesn't get any easier this Tuesday night as they take on group leaders, Serbia. This is a side that has only lost one of their last eight competitive games.

While historically this has always been a close fixture, we're backing Serbia to comfortably bag all three points in Dublin.

Netherlands vs Turkey

One of the most closely contested groups in this World Cup qualifying campaign is Group G.

Turkey currently sit top with 11 points but Netherlands and Norway aren't far behind with 10.

This is arguably one of the biggest fixtures of the day and one which the Netherlands have struggled in over the years.

World Cup Qualifier between Norway and The Netherlands 1-1. Virgil van Dijk

Turkey have won the last two head-to-head encounters while the Netherlands are winless since 2013.

On the other hand, Louis van Gaal's side have a stellar home record of late, losing just one of their nine matches on home territory.

It's a close one to call which is why our tip is to back a draw in the outright market.

Norway vs Gibraltar

Should the Netherlands and Turkey play out a draw, Norway will be ready to swoop in and take top spot - that is, if they can take all three points against Gibraltar.

Despite having Erling Haaland in their ranks, Norway have only scored seven goals in their qualifying campaign. That is considerably less than their aforementioned rivals who scored 31 times between them.

Erling Braut Haaland , Norway

Nevertheless, this is the perfect opportunity for the Norwegians to loosen the chains and improve that goal difference column.

Their last meeting with Gibraltar ended 3-0 but now the Norwegians are now playing at home and they are expected to do much better. With that in mind, the over 4.5 goals bet is the way to go.

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