Maximum excitement on euro 2016 qualifiers

GOALS galore or bore draw? Friday’s Euro 2016 qualifier between Wales and Belgium could go either way.

Level with Marc Wilmots’ men on 11 points at the top of the table, the Dragons have given themselves a clear chance of reaching the finals in France, but have only scored seven times in five fixtures.

By contrast, the Red Devils have netted on 13 occasions.

But both sides know how to keep it clean after conceding just three times between them.

Total goal minutes is one of many markets Sporting Index are offering on the game.

A spread of 117-127 means that, with a point for every minute a goal is scored in, there will need to be at least two strikes for buyers to have a chance of landing a profit.

Ireland versus Scotland should set the pulses racing tomorrow and spread bettors might want to consider just how feisty the Celtic clash will be.

The bookings market, where 10 points are awarded for a yellow card and 25 for a red, is trading at 52-56.

There have been six cautions in each of the last two contests between the nations.

England face Slovenia on Sunday having taken maximum points and averaged three goals-per-game so far.

If they can continue at that rate then spread bettors will profit from buying total goals at 2.45 with Sporting Index for the game in Ljubljana.

Losses can exceed your initial deposit. Prices subject to fluctuation.