UEFA Nations League Round-Up: 13/10/2018

UEFA Nations League Round-Up: 13/10/2018

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Netherlands vs Germany

This Saturday there will be just one game featuring League A teams in the Nations League as Germany take on Netherlands at the Johan Cruijff Arena. This will be both side’s second fixture in this brand new tournament after each side faced the reigning World Cup champions France last time out. Germany managed to secure a point against France in a thrilling game where both keepers were in fine form. Ronald Koeman’s men were stripped of a point against France as a late volley from Olivier Giroud saw their opponents take all three points, placing Netherlands at the bottom of the group. Netherlands will have the odds stacked against them having failed to beat Germany in their last five meetings and can be backed at 12/5 with SkyBet. Germany have been unpredictable in recent games, but we are backing the win for the away side in this clash.

Recommended Bet: Germany to win at 21/20 SkyBet – BET HERE

Slovakia vs Czech Republic

The Antona Malatinského Stadium will play host to Slovakia and Czech Republic on Saturday afternoon with both sides in search for their first three points of the competition still. Slovakia faced Ukraine in their opening match of the competition and were unlucky to leave the game empty-handed, after losing 1-0. Czech Republic didn’t fare any better in their opening match either as they also took on Ukraine who won 2-1. . Both sides will be eager to get their first three points of the competition but Czech Republic will find themselves as heavy outsiders with them losing four of their last six games and can be backed at 11/4 with Bet365. Meanwhile, Slovakia’s price is 23/20 with Bet365.

Recommended Bet: Slovakia to win and BTTS at 4/1 Betvictor – BET HERE

Republic of Ireland vs Denmark

Martin O’Neil will has a tough challenge approaching him as his Ireland side will take on Denmark this Saturday afternoon at the Aviva Stadium. O’Neil will be looking to secure his first three points of the competition after his side were embarrassed by a clinical performance by Wales in their opening match of the tournament which saw them lose 4-1. Meanwhile, Åge Hareide will be looking to build on a successful first win over the tougher opponents in their group, Wales, seeing them off 2-0 with Christian Eriksen netting twice. Republic of Ireland have just one win in their last seven games and find themselves as the outsiders with odds of 21/10 with SkyBet, in comparison to Denmark who are priced at 13/8 with Bet365.

Recommended Bet: Both teams to score at 1/1 BetVictor – BET HERE

Norway vs Slovenia

Slovenia will travel over to the Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo to face Norway in a search for their first points of the competition. Slovenia look set to be eliminated from the tournament already, after suffering a 2-1 defeat to Bulgaria in their opening game, which was followed by another 2-1 loss to Cyprus placing them at the bottom of their group and this Saturday they take on a Noway side that has lost just one in their last six games. Norway look like real contenders to finish first in Group Three but currently trail leaders Bulgaria by three points after losing to them 1-0 during the last international break. Slovenia’s winless start to the group leaves them as heavy underdogs to win this one at 22/5 with BetVictor, while Noway’s price is a lot lower at 7/10 with SkyBet.

Recommended Bet: Norway to win to nil at 6/4 SkyBet – BET HERE

Bulgaria vs Cyprus

The remaining two teams of Group C will face each other as Bulgaria look to add to their perfect start when they host Cyprus at the Natsionalen Stadium. Bulgaria have got off to a flying start which saw them beat Slovenia 2-1 but more impressively beat the favourites to win Group Three Norway 1-0. Cyprus, on the other hand, were the favourites to face relegation from League C but following their surprise win over Slovenia, they sit three points clear of the bottom. Bulgaria’s latest victory makes it three wins on the bounce for them and makes them even stronger favourites to beat Cyprus and are best priced at 4/7 with Bet365. But if you are feeling bullish about Cyprus’ chances of winning then you can get 13/2 with Bet365 also.

Recommended Bet: Bulgaria to win and over 2.5 goals at 8/5 Ladbrokes – BET HERE

Lativa vs Kazakhstan

This fixture brings you two of the lowest ranked teams in Europe that both sit at the bottom of Group One in League D still in search for their first win of the tournament. Lativa’s have just a point from their opening two games after drawing with Andorra and losing to Georgia. Kazakhstan find themselves on equal points to their opponents after also losing to Georgia and drawing to Andorra in their opening two matches of the competition. Both these outfits look very evenly matched and the odds show it with Lativa to win at 9/5 with Bet365 compared to Kazakhstan who sit at 2/1.

Recommended Bet: Draw at 2/1 Bet365 – BET HERE

Georgia vs Andorra

Andorra will take on Group One leaders Georgia this Saturday at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena. Georgia have been in fine form in recent months which has seen them win five of their last six matches. This strong run of form came at a perfect time as they now sit top of their group after beating Kazakhstan and Latvia in their first two games. Andorra sit in 2nd place after an uninspiring opening which has seen them take two draws from two matches. Andorra are huge underdogs in this match-up and can be backed at 33/1 with Ladbrokes, while Georgia’s price is especially low, being priced at 1/7 with SkyBet, Ladbrokes and Bet365.

Recommended Bet: Georgia to win 3-0 at 4/1 SkyBet – BET HERE

Armenia vs Gibraltar

Gibraltar will travel over to the east side of Europe to face Armenia in the first-ever meeting between these two sides. Both these sides feature in the lowest ranked group of the tournament and Armenia secured their first three points against Liechtenstein in their opening match of the tournament. They could not make it two wins from two though as Macedonia beat them 2-0. Gilbratar are the lowest ranked team in this competition sitting 198th in the FIFA World Rankings and they struggled in their opening matches,  losing to both Liechtenstein and Macedonia 2-0. It may be a case of damage limitation for Gibraltar in this next game as they sit at 28/1 with SkyBet, making Armenia huge favourites with prices as low as 1/18 with BetVictor, but Bet365 are offering 1/12.

Recommended Bet: Armenia to win 1-0,2-0 or 2-1 at 15/8 SkyBet – BET HERE

Macedonia vs Liechtenstein

The last game to take place this Saturday will be between Macedonia and Liechtenstein and will be played at Skopje’s Nacionalna Arena. Macedonia go into this fixture in fine form as they have not lost a game in seven matches and have made light work of the two opponents they have already faced in the Nations League in Gibraltar and Armenia. Liechtenstein do not share the same strong form of their opponents as they have lost four of their last six matches, which includes their loss in the opening match of the tournament against Armenia but they did manage to bounce back to beat Gibraltar 2-0. These two outfits faced each other in the World Cup Qualifiers where Macedonia eased to a 4-0 victory and we can see history repeating itself in this one. You can back Macedonia to win at 1/9 with Bet365, while Liechtenstein are sat at a huge 25/1 to win.

Recommended Bet: Macedonia to win 3-0 at 4/1 BetVictor – BET HERE

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