I don't think I'll be touching the Euro 2020 qualifying market again until such time as it is clearer as to which countries are doing the best. As stated previously, the odds about the most likely winning teams are always painfully short. England have begun the campaign in good form with two victories and ten goals. But I still can't back them at very short odds on prices.
As the most recent results proved, I am better off betting on domestic fixtures. Last weekend we enjoyed wins by Blackpool at odds of 19/10, Exeter City at . . .
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