Kennedy vs Cahill for most goals against Thailand

by Ross Payne on Sep 02, 2011

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It’s hard to believe but it’s that time again, the Socceroos begin their journey towards Brazil 2014 at Suncorp Stadium tonight and Betstar gives you plenty of options to have a flutter while watching our lads go around.

As expected, our Socceroos are warm favourites to kick off the long campaign with three points at $1.08 for the win and their Group D opponents will be hard pressed to get a different result at $8.50 for the draw and $31 for a shock win. So for a bit of value, Betstar is offering a market on the first Aussie goal scorer in the match against Thailand and perhaps it’s a little surprising that Josh Kennedy is favourite at $5 considering he’s had a decent spell from the national team due to injury. There’s little surprise however that Super Timmy Cahill is $5.50 with his incredible record for the ‘Roos. Perhaps they’ll be lining up one for Emmo after his return home ($15) or maybe new Rangers’ boy Matt McKay will score on his old A-League stomping ground at $21?

Another interesting market that’s up has is Kennedy v Cahill most goals. Betstar is tipping a goal frenzy and let’s see if you can pick which of the two lads will get in on the action the most. Big Josh is at $1.80 while Timmy’s at $2 — sounds like the bet of the weekend! Dead heat rule applies.
Plenty of other international action is happening in Europe for Euro 2012 qualifying with a few eye catching top-of-the-table clashes.

In Group F surprise packets Israel ($2.18) face 2004 champions Greece ($3.15) and let’s see if Ireland ($1.94) can handle home pressure in Group B against Slovakia ($3.70) meanwhile in Group I, speaking of pressure, the Scot’s have to start winning right now ($2.46) when they play Czech Republic ($2.72) at Hampden Park.

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Until next time, good luck and Go Socceroos!