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UEFA Nations League Predictions > Oct 10th - 14th


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Republic of Ireland vs Wales

The UEFA Nations League continues this weekend. Is it just me or has international football gone a little mad lately with so many games heading at us? Here, we take a look at the League B4 fixture of Republic of Ireland versus Wales in a 2pm BST kick-off at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Can the Irish earn a first win in the group against a Welsh side that tops the group with a 100% record?

Republic of Ireland are picking themselves up after their demoralising defeat on penalties against Slovakia after a 0-0 draw out in Bratislava in the 2020 European Championship Qualification Play-Off Semi-Finals. Head coach Stephen Kenny was ruing a number of gilt-edged chances that his side missed in the game. Attention now turns to a Nations League campaign that has seen them only take 1 point from their opening 2 group games after a 1-1 draw away to Bulgaria and a 1-0 loss at home to Finland. The fact this Irish side have only managed to score 1 goal in their last 3 matches shows where their main issue lies.

Wales took the bizarre decision to play a friendly game against England at Wembley even though they had two competitive games to play after that game in this international break. Unsurprisingly, a weakened Welsh team that was without the likes of Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen, and David Brooks starting struggled and suffered a 3-0 loss. Hopefully, Ryan Giggs will have learned a lot from that loss and his team can build on the two 1-0 victories his team have earned against Finland and Bulgaria in their first two group games. Bale remains out injured but reports are that Ramsey has left the Juventus covid bubble to join his team mates which is a huge boost.

You can imagine where this game is heading. Every single one of the previous 14 competitive Republic of Ireland games have ended in less than 2.5 goals being scored and 7 of the last 8 competitive Wales matches have witnessed fewer than 2.5 goals being scored. The last time these two sides met in Dublin was back in October 2018 and it ended in a 1-0 win for Wales. I'm quietly optimistic Wales can win 1-0 again but I wouldn't be surprised if Republic of Ireland ground out a 0-0 draw.

Wales Draw No Bet @ 1.91 with Betfred

Total Goals Scored Under 1.5 @ 2.55 with 888Sport

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England vs Belgium

England has been on a good run as they haven’t lost six times in a row. During that streak, the Three Lions managed to keep the clean sheet as well. The home side qualified for EURO without significant problems, as they topped their group. They have a good start in the UEFA Nations League as well, but England didn’t impress in the previous two rounds. The hosts celebrated a narrow 1:0 win away to Iceland thanks to the stoppage-time penalty, while they got back with a point from Denmark after a goalless draw. Gareth Southgate should be encouraged by his team’s performance after a 3:0 victory in a friendly game against Wales, where Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Danny Ings scored their first goals in the national team. England is looking forward to another win and three points that could launch them to the top spot.

Belgium was in a hot streak of 12 straight victories, but Ivory Coast managed to remain undefeated in a friendly match on Thursday. Kevin de Bruyne and the lads secured their place in EURO with a perfect score of ten wins in the group while they were scoring four goals per match on average. The visitors picked up where they left off in the UEFA Nations League and opened the campaign with two victories. Belgium celebrated away in Denmark 2:0, while they trashed Iceland 5:1 at the home pitch. Although Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard will be sidelined for this match, the away side is still an excellent team capable of beating any opponent. Belgium was better in their last two head to head clashes and will be searching for the third one in a row.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

This match is going to be a very tight one, and both sides can remain undefeated. Therefore, it wouldn’t be strange if the game ends in a draw.

Goals Market Prediction

Although the hosts haven’t conceded six times in a row, Belgium is capable of scoring against any national team. We expect to see a fascinating match in which both teams should score at least once in the game.

Draw @ 3.40

BTTS Yes @ 1.75

Correct score 1:1 @ 6.50

Source: https://www.bat-bet.com/england-vs-belgium-betting-tips-predictions-match-previews-uefa-nations-league/

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The match has all the advantages of a very, very interesting meeting. Lewandowski's return to Poland is huge, but Italy's form can not be ignored. We expect a tough meeting between two strong teams, but we believe that the visitors will have the first reason to get their second victory in the group
POLAND vs ITALY @@ ITALY, odds 1.85

Belgium will not be in full form for this match, but there is no doubt that Martinez's team is able to get all three points. England are also able to take advantage of their home ground and return to winning ways. I find it difficult to get away with the final result and I will bet that both teams will score
ENGLAND vs BELGIUM @@ Both team to score, odds 1.70

This match has all the advantages of a great game between two top international teams. Both defenses will definitely be under pressure during the match, but it will be very difficult to separate which team will be imposed. both sides. We expect some goals here from both teams
FRANCE vs PORTUGAL @@ Both team to score, odds 1.95

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11 hours ago, Robert Dickie said:

Wow! Just finished watching the Andorra v Malta game there. Reminds me there are only 4 results possible in any football match: Win; Lose; Draw; or Fix....!!

Not sure anyone in their right mind would want to fix Andorra vs Malta mate!

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Scotland v Slovakia.

With Steve Clarke continuing to bore everyone to sleep, I can't quite believe Scotland are odds on to win this. Slovakia aren't exactly world beaters but they look overpriced to beat a side who played 120 minutes the other night and didn't get 1 shot on target against the might of Israel. I could never bet on my team to lose however, so my bet for this has to be the same as the Israel game, under goals.

Under 1.5 goals @ 2.75 - 1pt.

Israel v Czech Republic.

The Czech C team were impressive against Scotland and were unbelievably unlucky not to win the game, you have to think the A team are a much higher quality than Israel, the away win odds look overpriced to me. Max bet.

Czech Republic @ 2.20 - 4pts.

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1 hour ago, allyhibs said:

Scotland v Slovakia.

With Steve Clarke continuing to bore everyone to sleep, I can't quite believe Scotland are odds on to win this. Slovakia aren't exactly world beaters but they look overpriced to beat a side who played 120 minutes the other night and didn't get 1 shot on target against the might of Israel. I could never bet on my team to lose however, so my bet for this has to be the same as the Israel game, under goals.

Under 1.5 goals @ 2.75 - 1pt.

Israel v Czech Republic.

The Czech C team were impressive against Scotland and were unbelievably unlucky not to win the game, you have to think the A team are a much higher quality than Israel, the away win odds look overpriced to me. Max bet.

Czech Republic @ 2.20 - 4pts.

I'm torn on the Scotland game. Say what you want but you lads are winning at the moment and you can only beat what is put in front of you. Slovakia were awful in our group. I felt like we grew throughout the Euro 2020 qualification campaign but early on we gifted them points. I think if you were away I might fancy them but in all honesty I'd probably anticipate a draw. I'll get on to this in a bit when I preview it shortly. First though, the England game!

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England vs Belgium

The 2020/21 UEFA Nations League matches continue today with all the home nations in action. The 5pm BST kick-off today is between England and Belgium in League A2 and is scheduled to take place in the eerily empty Wembley Stadium. Can the home team take the lead at the top of the group with a victory or will Belgium all but seal their place in the finals with a win?

England are a tough side to predict at the moment. I know this might be sacrilege for many English fans to hear but I still think Gareth Southgate isn't the right man to bring home a tournament trophy and I actually do feel whoever is in charge of England should be aiming to win major tournaments with the players at their disposal. It's 6 games unbeaten for the Three Lions now and they've also won their last 8 home matches. However, the two Nations League group games so far have been far from inspiring with a narrow and fortunate 1-0 win over Iceland followed by a dour 0-0 draw against Denmark. Southgate will be hoping to see his side carry over the goal scoring form from the 3-0 friendly win over a weakened Wales side into this game having scored 24 goals in their last 5 home games.

Belgium might be beginning to look like a team that can be considered amongst the favourites for next summer's 2020 European Championship. Head coach Roberto Martinez has evolved the team into one of the most clinical and devastating national teams in world football. The Red Devils are top of this group with two wins from two games after defeating Denmark 2-0 and Iceland 5-1 earlier in the campaign and have won their last 12 competitive games straight. The attacking prowess of this Belgian side has also been evident with the team scoring in 20 consecutive international games. Defence has also been solid on the road with just 1 goal conceded in their last 6 competitive away games.

This will be a tough game for both of these sides. I still feel England don't have the managerial expertise needed to take them to the next level and think they'll always be hit and miss in matches like this with Southgate at the helm. Recent ill discipline from English players is a concern bubbling underneath the surface and I think Belgium could hold their hosts to a draw here.

Draw @ 3.40 with Unibet

BTTS @ 1.74 with VBet

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Scotland vs Slovakia

The penultimate preview of today's Nations League action focuses on the clash between Scotland and Slovakia in a 7:45pm BST kick-off from Hampden Park in League B2. There might not be a lot separating these two teams in terms of player ability and quality but they're at opposite ends of the scale with regards to their current form. Who will take the points in this one?

Scotland are starting to build some momentum now under head coach Steve Clarke. As @allyhibs has stated, the standard of opposition has hardly been the toughest and Clarke's tactics aren't exactly praised for their excitement levels but the results are coming. This is undoubtedly the hardest test of recent matches against a Slovakia team that might be out of form but still boasts stars such as Milan Skriniar (although he's likely to be ruled out through injury), Ondrej Duda, and Marek Hamsik. Scotland are unbeaten in 6 games now and their penalty shootout victory over Israel in the 2020 European Championship Play-Off Semi-Final last week will surely have given the players a much-needed confidence boost ahead of this game. A win here for the Tartan Army would also put them in a commanding position at the top of the group at the halfway stage.

Slovakia were flying high in 2016 after qualifying for the 2016 European Championship but the nation hasn't quite managed to build on that success. Head coach Pavel Hapal saw his team beat Republic of Ireland 4-2 on penalties after a 0-0 draw in their 2020 European Championship Play-Off Semi-Final during the week. That was just a second taste of victory in 7 matches for this Slovakian side. It's not been a great start to this Nations League campaign for The Falcons either having lost 3-1 at home to Czech Republic and then drawing 1-1 away to Israel in their previous two group games so far. One worrying stat for Slovakia is the fact they've conceded in every away game since September 2017 in a run of 12 games.

Both of these teams drew 0-0 in their last matches and neither side is renowned for their thrilling style of play. However, both teams have scored in 4 of the last 5 Scotland home matches and with the home side only keeping two clean sheets since October 2018 then this could be a game that produces goals. I can see why Scotland might be considered the slight favourites for this one with Skriniar out injured but I wouldn't be surprised to see it end in a bore draw.

Draw @ 3.45 with VBet

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.72 with Betfair

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Northern Ireland vs Austria

Our final preview for this round of UEFA Nations League matches covers the 7:45pm BST start between Northern Ireland and Austria that is scheduled to be played tonight at Windsor Park in League B1. Both sides will be looking to get a win to stay in touch with group leaders Romania but a defeat for either side could see their hopes of promotion to League A all but ended.

Northern Ireland were celebrating during the week after reaching the 2020 European Championship Qualification Play-Off Final after defeating Bosnia-Herzegovina 4-3 on penalties following a 1-1 draw. Head coach Ian Baraclough is in charge of a Northern Irish team that tasted victory in the week for just the second time in 8 matches. The Green and White Army have only lost 2 of their last 6 matches at home but sit bottom of this Nations League group on just 1 point after drawing 1-1 away to Romania and losing 5-1 at home to Norway.

Austria are always one of those national teams that are a potential banana skin. Head coach Franco Foda might not have a wealth of talent at his disposal but the team beat Norway away 2-1 and only narrowly lost 3-2 at home to Romania. It's just 2 defeats in their last 11 matches for The Boys and just 1 loss in their last 5 away games. Inconsistency is still a concern for the team but the positive results are beginning to outweigh the negative ones. It could be an intriguing time for Austrian football over the next 12-18 months on the pitch.

Both teams have scored in 4 of the last 5 Austrian matches and with 6 of the last 7 Northern Ireland matches ending in both teams scoring then we can quietly hope that this game will end in a few goals. The home side are still in with a chance of qualifying for Euro 2020 and the away side have already sealed their place in the finals. I'm not sure I can see a lot separating these two teams but I'm swaying between a draw and an away win.

Austria to Win @ 1.70 with Gentingbet

BTTS @ 2.16 with Unibet

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2 hours ago, harry_rag said:

Taking a contrarian view in the "obviously low scoring" Ireland v Wales game. Over 2.5 at 3.6 on BF and >3.5 at 8.

More based on gut feel than science, just think the market has gone a bit too far in favour of unders.

:eyes File under "wrong as you can be". Still, at least I didn't have a spread bet where "the more wrong you are, the more you lose".

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11 minutes ago, allyhibs said:

In a country so dominated by 2 clubs, it's weird how there's no Rangers or Celtic players starting for Scotland tonight.

Oh wait! It's the Glasgow derby next weekend, silly me!

Couldn't be any more obvious could it really - unless they put up a big sign saying no old firm players are playing because of the upcoming derby :lol

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2 hours ago, Torque said:

Couldn't be any more obvious could it really - unless they put up a big sign saying no old firm players are playing because of the upcoming derby :lol

I don't know why I'm so surprised, it's been happening for years.

 

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Germany vs Switzerland

After three draws in a row, the home side booked a victory away to Ukraine and remained two points behind Spain on the half of the road. That was the first win for the Joachim Low’s team in this competition, and they want to book their place in the final tournament. Although Germany has been pretty efficient lately, the hosts cannot be satisfied with their defensive work. Manuel Neuer didn’t manage to keep the clean sheet in the last five occasions, which is something to worry about. The home side enjoys a good streak of nine matches without a defeat, but they drew four times during that run. Germany is searching for crucial points at their pitch, which can keep them in the battle for the top spot in the group.

On the other hand, Switzerland is struggling to remain in the top division of the UEFA Nations League. They have picked up just a point from the previous three rounds, and that one came against their upcoming rivals. That match was the only one where the visitors remained undefeated in the last four occasions. Although Vladimir Petkovic’s side scored in the past five games, they also failed to keep their net intact. Switzerland is two points behind Ukraine, and they need to improve their displays as soon as possible. This clash is going to be their last away match in the campaign, and an excellent chance to prepare for the decisive games in November at their pitch.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Although Germany hasn’t been too convincing lately, the hosts are firm favorites in this clash. We believe they are going to pick up all three points and continue chasing the top spot.

Goals Market Prediction

Both sides have been involved in high scoring matches lately, and this one shouldn’t be much different. Their defenses are not tight enough, while both teams scored in the last five games. The one should go over 2.5 margin.

Germany to win @ 1.50

Over 2.5 FT @ 1.60

Correct score 2:1 @ 8.00

Source: https://www.bat-bet.com/germany-vs-switzerland-betting-tips-predictions-match-previews-uefa-nations-league/

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Finland vs Republic of Ireland

The international break feels like it's going on forever with this being the third game in 7 days for a number of nations. In this preview we take a look at Finland versus Republic of Ireland in the UEFA Nations League B4 in a 5pm BST kick-off at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium this afternoon. The home side have a chance to move top of the group against a visiting team that are struggling to find wins under their new head coach at the helm.

Finland continue their preparations for the 2020 European Championship next summer in positive fashion. Head coach Markku Kanerva has guided his team to 2nd place in the group with 6 points from their 3 games so far at the halfway stage. The 1-0 defeat at home to Wales has been followed up by two assertive performances leading to a 1-0 victory away to Republic of Ireland and a 2-0 win at home to Bulgaria. A defensive solidity to The Eagle Owls has been further evident with the team keeping clean sheets in 3 of their last 4 matches on home turf.

Republic of Ireland are still the one international side that probably draw the least entertainment value from their games. Head coach Stephen Kenny probably hasn't enjoyed this international window very much with the penalty defeat to Slovakia last week ending their 2020 European Championship hopes and a dour 0-0 draw with Wales at home stacking the odds against them to top this group. To add further woe, the red card to James McClean and a spate of positive covid tests has led to his side becoming severely weakened. The Boys in Green have now failed to score in their last 3 competitive matches. On the plus side, they also haven't conceded in their last two matches in regulation time.

OK, so you don't need to be a rocket scientist to anticipate that this game is unlikely to see a lot of goals. A single goal separated these two teams when they previously met earlier in the Nations League campaign and neither team is gifted for a natural finisher or producing a number of chances during games. It's going to be a war of attrition, it's going to be dull, and it's going to be hard work to watch. I do think this is Finland's game to lose though.

Finland to Win @ 2.63 with Betfair

Total Goals Scored Under 1.5 @ 2.28 with 888Sport

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Bulgaria vs Wales

The second preview for the latest round of UEFA Nations League matches is the League B4 clash between Bulgaria and Wales that is scheduled to kick-off at 7:45pm BST tonight in the Vasil Levski National Stadium. These two sides are at opposite ends of the group with the home side sitting at the bottom set to face the nation that currently leads the group.

Bulgaria are a million years away from the golden generation that stormed to success at the 1994 World Cup. Head coach Georgi Dermendzhiev has lost 5 of his 7 matches in charge of the national team since he was appointed to the role. The team has only picked up a single point in their Nations League campaign so far and that was a 1-1 draw at home against Republic of Ireland in their opening game. That match was followed up by consecutive defeats to Wales and Finland. Only 3 goals scored in their last 9 matches also shows the impotency of their attacking options right now.

Wales have a big opportunity to cement their place at the top of this group against the team that is struggling to pick up wins recently. Ryan Giggs will be disappointed that his team were unable to break down a staunch and resilient Republic of Ireland side on the weekend. As a Welshman, I certainly feel it was 2 points dropped. The big blow is that David Brooks continues to battle to stay fit and he's left the squad to return to his club. Aaron Ramsey is also ruled out with injury again. Kieffer Moore and Joe Morrell are also unavailable due to suspension. It's 8 competitive matches without defeats for the Dragons but I feel even though defeat seems hard to imagine it's also a record that is at risk of going because of the absentees we have.

I'm going to be honest, I've been quietly optimistic about Wales recently but this is set to be our biggest test for a while. No Joe Allen, Gareth Bale, Moore, Ramsey, or Brooks. Those are undoubtedly our five most important players. It's a huge chance for some other lads to come in but Giggs has filled out squad with youngsters that are showing they simply aren't ready for starts yet. The likes of Matthew Smith, Dylan Levitt, and Brennan Johnson have all been drafted in but we need more experienced heads here. I have a bad feeling this could go horribly wrong but I'm still hopeful we can grind out a draw.

Draw @ 2.91 with VBet

Total Goals Scored Under 1.5 @ 2.17 with Unibet

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Scotland vs Czech Republic

The focus is on League B2 in the Nations League for this next preview as we look at Scotland taking on Czech Republic in a 7:45pm BST kick-off at Hampden Park. It feels as though something is happening with this Scottish team now as they took a step closer to the 2020 European Championship and moved top of this group over the past week. Can they continue this fine form against the visitors here?

Scotland might not be injecting their own fans with any sense of positivity or optimism right now but the facts can't be denied. Head coach Steve Clarke is grinding out these results. It's not pretty, it's not awe-inspiring, but it's proving to be effective. It's now 7 games unbeaten for the Tartan Army and even though the team's results are played down due to the level of opposition they still stand up and get the job done. Back-to-back clean sheets has shown a solidarity in their back-line that has helped to build the foundations for their run of decent results. In this group, they sit proudly on top of the group with 2 wins and 1 draw. Captain Andrew Robertson is suspended so that's a big blow to add to the growing absentee list but a win would move the Scots to 4 points ahead at the top with 2 games to play.

Czech Republic have endured their own issues throughout this Nations League campaign including struggling with covid outbreaks that have seen head coach Jaroslav Silhavy being one of the most recent members of the Czech camp to test positive. This is a Czech side full of experience including the likes of Tomas Soucek, Vladimir Darida, and Pavel Kaderabek. It's also a Czech team that has won their last 3 away matches. However, they do seem to struggle against British nations failing to win any of their last 8 clashes with British opponents. The fact they have also conceded in each of their last 8 matches shows we could see goals here.

This is a tough one to call. Covid has really thrown a spanner in the works with both teams suffering from the fallout of the disease be it due to positive cases or the intense fixture schedule. My opinion kept swaying as I wrote this and even though I probably think Czech Republic could edge the win I still feel Scotland could labour to a gritty draw in this game.

Draw @ 3.36 with VBet

BTTS @ 1.90 with VBet

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Norway vs Northern Ireland

Our penultimate preview of the UEFA Nations League action this month is the League B1 encounter between Norway and Northern Ireland in a 7:45pm BST kick-off at the Ullevaal Stadion tonight. These two sides only met last month and it was a horror show for the British side who will be looking to get some revenge over their Scandinavian hosts in this game.

Norway are a national team that are arguably under-achieving right now given the hype their young squad has received over recent years. A squad that includes the likes of Erling Haaland, Martin Odegaard, and Sander Berge. Three Football Manager favourites if you ever play the computer game! Anyway, the Norwegians share top spot but find themselves below Austria on head-to-head results. That 2-1 loss on the opening round has been followed up by a 5-1 away win against Northern Ireland and a 4-0 victory at home to Romania. Head coach Lars Lagerback has clearly tapped into something and with Haaland bagging 5 goals in those 2 games it's becoming clear that this team is starting to understand how to get the most out of the potent striker.

Northern Ireland might deny it as much as they like but they'll only have one thing on their mind ahead of this match. Revenge. Ian Baraclough's men would have been humiliated by the score-line in the return game earlier in the campaign and after gaining just 1 point from their 3 group games so far they will know more is needed. The narrow 1-0 loss at home to Austria on the weekend put a dampener on the penalty shootout win over Bosnia-Herzegovina to reach the 2020 European Championship Play-Off Final. The absence of starlet Jamal Lewis is a knock to their preparations and how will the centre back partnership of Jonny Evans and Craig Cathcart cope with a third game in 7 days?

I'm not very optimistic for Northern Ireland in this one. It appears that Norway have hit a purple patch and Haaland is smelling blood. If you put one of the most lethal strikers in world football on a pitch with a tired and average (for international standards) back-line what will happen? I fear for all their organisation and hard work we'll see a fatigued Northern Ireland team get picked apart here.

Norway -1 @ 2.30 with 888Sport

Anytime Scorer: Erling Haaland @ 1.83 with Betfair

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England vs Denmark

The final match preview of our coverage for the UEFA Nations League games this month is the League A2 clash between England and Denmark that is due to kick-off at 7:45pm BST tonight at Wembley Stadium. The home team moved to the top of the group after victory in their last game and they'll be hoping to solidify that position against a visiting team keen to win in order to kill any risk of relegation to League B.

England have had a productive international break so far with a 3-0 win over Wales at home in a friendly (less said about that the better!) and an impressive 2-1 win at home against former group leaders and number 1 ranked team in the world Belgium. Gareth Southgate must now work out how to play his squad with a third game in 7 days. A number of players have been ruled out including Eric Dier, Kieran Trippier, Ben Chilwell, Harry Winks, Harvey Barnes, Michael Keane, and Tammy Abraham. Still, there's a lot of big names still available including Harry Kane. It's 9 home games won on the bounce for the Three Lions and 26 goals have been scored by England in the last 6 home games.

Denmark mark a memorable occasion for star midfielder Christian Eriksen who plays his 100th game for his country. The Danes are 3rd in the group with 1 win, 1 draw, and 1 loss from their 3 matches so far. A campaign that began with a 2-0 loss at home to Belgium has been followed up by two games unbeaten with two clean sheets as they drew 0-0 with England at home and then beat Iceland away 3-0. A 4-0 friendly win at home against Faroe Islands earlier in this break means it's two wins and two clean sheets for Denmark over the past week so they have every right to be in confident mood heading into this game.

It's no surprise that talk around this England side being potential 2020 European Championship and 2022 World Cup winners has started to materialise after the win over Belgium. Hopefully, the players are remaining grounded because Denmark are the sort of team that will punish you if you're not 100% focused and at your best. I can't see England having any problems here though and I can see a narrow but assured win for the home team here.

England to Win to Nil @ 2.62 with VBet

England HT/FT @ 2.88 with Boylesports

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