UEFA Nations League Round-Up: 14/10/2018

UEFA Nations League Round-Up: 14/10/2018

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Poland vs Italy

Seven games will take place in the Nations League this Sunday and one that you draw your attention is between Poland and Italy, which will be played at Silesian Stadium. Brzęczek will need his side to secure three points in this upcoming fixture after their last game against Portugal ended 3-2 in favour of their opponents. Poland were their own worst enemy at times with Kamil Glik scoring an own goal just before halftime. Italy find themselves at the bottom of the group with one point after losing to Portugal and drawing to Poland. The Azzurri have scored just one goal this competition, which came via a penalty and struggle for creativity. Italy come into this as slight favourites with a price of 13/8 with SkyBet and Poland are sitting as narrow underdogs at 7/4 with Bet365.

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Russia vs Turkey

This Sunday Russia will look to maintain their spot at the top of the group but will have their work cut out as they take on second-placed Turkey at the Fisht Stadium. Russia have been enjoying some good form since the World Cup, during they also impressed, winning five of their last nine games and only losing on two occasions.Turkey are hot on Russia’s heels and look set to challenge them for that number one spot. Lucescu’s men have proven to be a hard team to beat with them losing just one of their last seven games. However, they are the underdogs at 3/1 with SkyBet, with Russia favoured at 1/1 with Betfair.

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Romania vs Serbia

On Sunday afternoon Romania will commence their chase of Serbia in a hope they can knock them off their top spot in their Nations League group. Serbia sit two points ahead of their opponents, but a loss could see them drop down to second level with Montenegro if they beat Lithuania, which looks likely. These sides met during the last break and it turned out to be a very close game with neither able to get the better of each other with it ending 2-2. This again has the making for a close match and the odds show this with Romania priced at 7/4 compared to Serbia who are priced at 13/8 with SkyBet.

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Israel vs Albania

One fixture taking place on Sunday features two teams from Group 1 in League C as Albania take on Israel. Israel have only beat their opponents once in the past three meetings between the sides but come into this fixture in good form after a surprise victory over Scotland on Thursday, beating the Tartan Army 2-1. Panucci will want his side to secure the three points available in this clash but if his sides away form is anything to go by then it looks unlikely, with their last win on the road coming almost a year ago. Israel have been priced as favourites in this clash priced at 11/8 with BetVictor, while Albania sit at 12/5 with Skybet.

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Lithuania vs Montenegro

Lithuania look set for relegation from their group as after three games they have secured zero points, so this upcoming fixture against Montenegro is more for pride than anything else as they look to put a losing streak of five games to an end. Montenegro sit in 3rd but a single win could see them top the group and Lithuania shouldn’t pose too much of a threat on Sunday. Tumbaković’s men will be looking to bounce back from their 2-0 defeat last time out to Serbia. After a poor start to the competition Lithuania are priced as heavy underdogs at 31/10 with BetVictor, whereas Montenegro are priced at 1/1 with SkyBet.

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Azerbaijan vs Malta

Azerbaijan will look to knock Kosovo off the top this Sunday as they take on Malta, who sit at the bottom of Group C. Azerbaijan’s Nations League campaign started slowly with them drawing their first two games against Kosovo and Malta, but found the form they were looking for when they took on Faroe Islands on Thursday, as they eased to a 3-0 victory thanks to a brace from Richard Almeida. Malta’s only point of the competition came in the reverse fixture of this clash as they held their opponents to a 1-1 draw. Azerbaijan are priced incredibly low in this clash at 1/4 with BetVictor, but if you are feeling brave Malta are available at a huge 12/1 with SkyBet.

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Faroe Islands vs Kosovo

The final fixture that will take place on Sunday will be between Kosovo and the Faroe Islands. The hosts got off to a flying start during the last international break, winning their debut match in this competition 3-1 against Malta, but it has been downhill for Olsen’s side since then as they go into this fixture off of back-to-back losses, conceding five goals in the process. Kosovo boss Challandes will have little to complain about with his side currently unbeaten in the tournament. They go into this fixture off the back of a strong win against Malta, beating them 3-1 thanks to a brace from Benjamin Kololli. Kosovo look set for an easy victory in this one if they can keep up their impressive form and you can back them at 29/20 with Unibet, whilst their opponents sit on odds of 2/1 with Betfair.

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