Premier League Predictions, Betting & Odds | 14-15 Oct

World Cup qualification for England is done and dusted, and with thoughts on Russia 2018 on the backburner for now, it’s back to domestic matters this weekend.

The eighth round of Premier League fixtures is around the corner, with some intriguing clashes at both ends of what is still an embryonic table.

Iain Spragg tells us his Premier League football predictions

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Scramble for 2nd is on in Cardiff

Football odds expert Dan Roebuck previews this Monday’s World Cup Qualifiers match…

Wales versus the Republic of Ireland has been dubbed as winner-takes-all, but it could still turn out to be winner-gets-nothing, as only a play-off place is up for grabs for both nations as they prepare for their final group D World Cup qualifier.

Serbia are still in pole position to win the section, and therefore snatch the automatic qualifying spot for the finals in Russia next year, with success at home to Georgia enough to confirm their place at the summit of the standings.

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World Cup Qualifiers Betting and Preview | Sunday 8 October

England’s latest attempt to end two generations of hurt took a step a further on Thursday, with Gareth Southgate’s side laboured and late success over Slovenia ensuring the Three Lions presence in Russia next year. Their qualification to the finals, however, was met with more of a ‘meh’ than a roar. Fans have been here too often to get too excited, and the same can be said of bookmakers, who were unmoved in their assessment of England, listing them as 20/1 for World Cup glory in Moscow – the same price they were prior to their 1-0 win over Srečko Katanec’s men at Wembley.

For Scotland and Northern Ireland, though, the future isn’t quite as clear. Differing midweek results may have shifted momentum but their trajectory is still the same, and both can book a play-off place on Sunday.

Dan Roebuck, our international football betting expert, digs a little deeper…

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Japanese Grand Prix Betting and Preview | Sunday 8th October

Round 16 of an intriguing F1 season takes place at the unique Suzuka circuit, in Japan, this weekend. Suzuka’s fast bends make this iconic venue a favourite with the drivers and the fanatical support of the Japanese fans – many dressed in full team colours, including helmets – helps to create an electric atmosphere.

We revert to Andrew Mount, our resident F1 betting expert, to talk us through this one.

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