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Published on September 11th, 2012 | by soccersweep

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Would Chelsea batter England?

Oi! You! Yes, you! No, not you, YOU! The one next to you with the hair. Yeah, you! Want to make some easy spondoolees? Then why not relieve the boredom of the international break by

a) spending the week considering how many Chelsea would put past this England side

b) spending the week considering why Chelsea fans called their beloved team ‘Chuwsay’. Or just ‘The Chuwse’

c) having a flutter on our accumulator.

Simply click on the William Hill banner on this page, sign up and whack a tenner or so in there. Then play the Pools Predictor with soccersweep.

We can guarantee 100% that there are no guarantees with the pools predictor. Some bookies proclaim that it matters more when there’s money on it. Well, in the case of World Cup qualifiers, it at least matters a bit when you have money on it. It still doesn’t doesn’t matter much but it’s a bit of fun innit? When the results start rolling in you will feel as excited as a ten year old in a shop full of sticker albums . It’s exciting basically.

So turn the yawn inducing qualifiers into a thrill a min. Here are our predictions for tonight’s games

Israel v Russia AWAY WIN

Georgia v Spain  AWAY WIN  

Romania v Andorra HOME WIN

Turkey v Estonia HOME WIN

Hungary v Netherlands AWAY WIN

San Marino v Montenegro AWAY WIN

Sweden v Kazakhstan HOME WIN

Switzerland v Albania HOME WIN

Italy v Malta HOME WIN

Northern Ireland v Luxembourg HOME WIN

England v Ukraine HOME WIN

France v Belarus HOME WIN

Portugal v Azerbaijan HOME WIN

 

At the time of writing, a £1 bet on the above outcome at William Hill will return £17.94

soccersweep special – A bet on England, Spain, France, Portugal, Italy and Romania all to win will see you double your stake


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