UEFA Nations League: Best three-fold picks to bank on for Wednesday

The International break is still in on, and matches continue across the world. Thus, we have concluded on our three fold picks, which has been drawn from the pool of matches on display.


Belgium have made big step backwards in their attempt to win UEFA Nations League Group 2 this season. They got defeated by England last weekend 1-2 FT, so current position requires three victories in the last three rounds.

The first stop is Reykjavik where The Red Devils will face Iceland. Hosts haven’t won a single point in this competition so far, but it’s never wise to simply write them off.

Taking a look at stats and previous results for matches between these teams might not be interesting if you are Iceland fan. They faced Belgium 12 times so far and lost every single encounter, conceding 42 and scoring only seven goals.

The last three head to head meetings were all played as part of UEFA Nations League. Belgium have won them with a goal difference of 10-1.

Belgium completely destroyed Iceland in the second round in Brussels despite being behind after ten minutes.

Holmbert Fridjonsson scored the opener for Iceland in that duel, but everything that happened later on was horrible for his team. Witsel, Batshuayi (x2), Mertens and Doku scored for The Red Devils which eventually won the game 5-1.

Belgium’s fans were unhappy with Roberto Martinez using reserve players mostly for a friendly match against Ivory Coast (1-1).

When the big stars returned against England, it looked like they could have used a bit more practice playing together, losing that very important duel 1-2 FT.

Iceland have lost every duel quite convincingly so far, having 1-9 goal difference at the moment.

The goal markets look the best pick here as we can count on Belgium to go from the onset to cause damage to this team, and on their days, they can score any amount of goals.

The ov3.5 goals can be risked to bring returns priced at 33/20 by Bet365.


One of the most anticipated UEFA Nations League matches this mid-week will take place at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday night where England welcomes Denmark.

Visitors are still hoping for a miracle, as potential victory here would bring them back into the race for position number one, currently held by the Three Lions.

England’s confidence is probably going through the roof now after beating Belgium at this same stadium during the weekend 2-1.

By and large, we should see an open match and a lot of top-tier players on the pitch.

Gareth Southgate is surely happy with the recent performances and results. Just before the mentioned derby clash against Belgium, England easily defeated Wales as hosts 3-0 as well.

He even gave an opportunity to some reserve players in that match. Ings and Coady have used it without a doubt, scoring one goal each. England are now sitting at the top of the group with seven points, which means everything is in their hands.

Victory against Denmark would be another big step towards the final UEFA Nations League tournament.

If we exclude the penalty against Belgium, The Three Lions were impeccable when it comes to defending in the last couple of months, keeping clean sheets in six out of last seven games.

Denmark also have some big names, but we doubt they will be able to cause any damage to England in London.

We are banking on England to be victorious at full time priced at 18/25 by Novibet


Group 1 of UEFA Nations League Division A got extremely complicated after last weekend’s matches. Bosnia surprisingly took a point from Netherlands, while Poland held Italy to a goalless draw.

The upcoming derby between Azzurri and Oranje in Bergamo might be the key. Hosts would keep the first position with three points and probably knock Netherlands out of the race.

It would be fair to say that Netherlands deserved all three points against Bosnia last Saturday. They completely outplayed the opposition, but Quincy Promes and Donyell Malen were not focused enough to capitalize on that.

It is slightly worrying for their fans that squad has failed to secure one single victory in the last three matches. They have lost a friendly match to Mexico on 7th October too.

Italy would probably love to forget match in Gdansk as soon as possible. There was no action in Gdansk, with both sides playing rather careful.

Many were surprised with Roberto Mancini not giving a chance to Ciro Immobile, not even as a substitute considering the fact Chiesa, Belotti and Pellegrini didn’t do much.

Match against Netherlands has huge importance, and we don’t see anyone being super aggressive, at least in the early stages. The under 2.5 bet can be banked on which is priced at 19/25 by Bwin

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