Best betting tips to bank on for Sunday
The UEFA Nations league continues, and exciting matches are yet again on show. Meanwhile, we have come up with three games that can best be banked on by punters for good returns on Sunday.
BELGIUM vs ENGLAND
The most anticipated UEFA Nations League clash this Sunday is taking place in Haverlee where Belgium welcomes England.
The Three Lions have ruined all the good work achieved in the first three games by losing to Denmark at home venue in the previous round. Now they are obligated to beat the Red Devils on the road, which is going to be very rough task.
Belgium are comfortably sitting at the top of the group with nine points, so even one point from this clash could work for them and secure semi-finals ticket.
Belgium’s coach Roberto Martinez is known for making a lot of rotations in friendly international matches. That was the case during the mid-week clash against Switzerland too.
Despite being behind for most of the time, The Red Devils won that match 2-1 thanks to the two goals scored by Michy Batshuayi in the second half. The team have three victories and a loss in UEFA Nations League, losing exactly to upcoming opponents England 1-2 at Wembley. Goal scorer from that game Romelu Lukaku is expected to take place in the starting XI on Sunday.
England’s general test for this clash was successful. They were victorious in a friendly match against Republic of Ireland. It was a quite convincing win 3-0, and it surely had big impact on team’s spirit ahead of the big match. Calvert-Lewin once again scored for the national team, as well as Sancho and Maguire.
We are about to see if unexpected home loss to Denmark was just a bad day for Southgate’s boys. Both sides have incredible attacking potential, so approach through the goals market is the best idea. The BTTS option is priced at 18/25 by Novibet.
ITALY vs POLAND
Italy is in a very decent position to win UEFA Nations League A Group 1. They are in full control of their destiny as two potential victories against Poland and Bosnia would guarantee the top spot.
The first step is scheduled for Sunday night at home MAPEI Stadium against The Eagles. Roberto Mancini’s squad is a favourite to snatch all three points judging by the 1.66 odds offered on home victory. The most recent appearances were more than solid for Azzurri.
Poland are currently sitting at the top of table with seven points from four duels. They were a solid opponent to Italy in their first meeting earlier this year, so no one should underestimate them. Advancing to UEFA Nations League semi-finals would be a massive success for this team.
Italy warmed up for this clash with a friendly duel against Estonia on Wednesday. There were many changes within the roster. Vincenzo Grifo took advantage of given opportunity and scored two goals in that duel. This Freiburg’s winger is hardly going to get a spot in starting XI against Poland though.
When it comes to last game in UEFA Nations League, Azzurri took one point at home venue against Netherlands. It was an equal match, ending 1-1 with both goals being scored in the first half.
A big majority of Poland’s points were won against Bosnia & Herzegovina (two victories, 2-1 and 3-0). Italians were unable to beat Bosnians at home interestingly.
Robert Lewandowski scored two goals in the most recent home victory, and will surely represent the biggest danger for Mancini’s defense.
We fancy the BTTS option as the primary bet here priced at 23/20 odds by Bet365. Both sides have very efficient offensive lines.
DENMARK vs ICELAND
If the match between Belgium and England ends with a draw or away win, Denmark is going to have a big chance to win a spot in UEFA Nations League semi-finals this year. They are currently sharing the second place with the Three Lions, but having better stats in h2h encounters.
Three points against Iceland this Sunday in Copenhagen would be of massive importance and wind in the back for trip to Belgium a couple of days after.
Iceland are entering this clash after experiencing huge disappointment in EURO 2021 qualifiers. They were only a couple of minutes away from clinching the ticket for big scene, but eventually lost the match in Budapest to Hungary 1-2 FT.
The last two months have been fantastic for Denmark and their fans. The team has been in red-hot form, having won the last four outings across competitions while also keeping four clean sheets. List of defeated teams is Faroe Islands, Iceland, England and Sweden. Cristian Eriksen is labelled as one of the worst transfers in Inter Milan’s recent history, but he has been performing really well for the national team. He scored key goals in victories against Iceland and England.
As mentioned above, Iceland are going into this match completely demoralized. They are 100% getting relegated to tier two league in this competition, while also suffering a shock defeat in Budapest. We expect them to go down easily in Copenhagen and fail to score one single goal. The BTTS(No) is priced at 4/7 odds by Bwin.
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