World Cup qualifier price boost: Ronaldo and Neymar both to score anytime

Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo and Brazil's Neymar are in international action on Thursday night, and early Friday morning, so Planet Sport Bet have boosted their goalscoring odds.

You might have thought it was just another quietish week of international footbal, but you'd be wrong.

Two of the biggest names in the world, Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo and Paris St-Germain's Neymar Jr, are in action tonight...and early Friday morning if you can stay awake.

Planet Sport have boosted the odds of both Ronaldo and Neymar to score at anytime from 15/8 to 9/4, you can watch Beth explain why below.

Ireland vs Portugal - Ronaldo to score

When: Thursday, November 11, 7.45pm (GMT)

Where: Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland

TV: Sky Go Extra, Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports Main Events

Planet Sport live centre and in-play odds

Ronaldo's Portugal take on Ireland for their World Cup Qualification Group A clash. A Selecao need a win to keep the pressure on Serbia as they battle for top spot in the group.

Portugal's last clash with Ireland, at the start of September, ended in a 2-1 victory with Ronaldo netting both goals, typically in the dying minutes of the game.

Ronaldo also grabbed a hat-trick in Portugal's last World Cup qualification outing against lowly Luxembourg in October.

Simply put, Ronaldo is at the epicentre of everything Portugal do and the chances of him continuing his red hot international form against Ireland are very high.

Brazil vs Colombia - Neymar to score

When: Friday, November 12, 00.30 (GMT)

Where: Arena Corinthians, Sao Paulo, Brazil

TV: Premier Sports

Planet Sport live centre and in-play odds

Over in South America, in the CONMEBOL qualification group, Brazil are six points clear at the top and seemingly cruising to the World Cup in Qatar next year.

Colombia are battling for third/fourth spot in the group with a host of other teams and could do with a win. The last time they met in Colombia it ended in a 0-0 draw, mainly thanks to Napoli keeper David Ospina who kept Neymar and his teammates at bay.

But don't be downhearted, Neymar was on target in the 4-1 win over Uruguay in Brazil last World Cup qualifier and he also netted twice in his last league game for PSG against Bordeaux.

Like Ronaldo, Neymar's shooting boots are certainly on.

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