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Nations League Acca – 10th & 11th October 2020

I’m not going to beat myself up too much with last weekend’s results. I don’t think too many people had the Leicester losing 3-0 at home, Man Utd losing 6-1 at home and Liverpool losing 7-2 away to Aston Villa treble down on their cards (but if you did and you picked up your winnings, congratulations on becoming very wealthy indeed!).

Last weekend was one of those ‘wow’ weekends which happen once every blue moon when the form book went out the window and all common sense was lost. It’s not often I am thankful for an international break as they do get on my nerves a little, but after last weekend in the Premier League, I think it is probably a good thing.

We have an unusual look to this weekend’s games due to the delayed Euro 2020 playoff games taking place earlier in the week. So we have a full selection of Nations League ties taking place across Saturday and Sunday, which gives us a very nice selection of games to peruse.

I’ve decided to focus on the home nation teams, plus the big games in Europe that are taking place this week. Let’s be honest, games involving Faroe Islands or Montenegro may be easier to predict but the odds tend to be small and there’s not a great deal of interest in those games.

Let’s take a look at the games I have backed for this weekend’s International action.

Nations League Acca – Sat 10th & Sun 11th October

    • 7:45
    • Sat- Spain v Switzerland - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun- Rep of Ireland v Wales - Draw
    • 5:00
    • Sun- England v Belgium - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Sun- N.Ireland v Austria - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 10th October

Spain v Switzerland – Home Win

Spain have four points in League A Group 4 and sit at the top of the table ahead of the Ukraine,  Germany and then Switzerland who sit bottom with just one point. It is a very tight group however and a win anywhere for any team could propel them back into things. That said, I still fancy the home side to come away with the win in this one. Switzerland have proven tough to beat over recent years and they are dangerous on the counter, but after a last gasp draw in Germany in their opening game, they thumped Ukraine at home and I think that they have more than enough talent to pick up a comfortable win in this one too.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 11th October

Rep of Ireland v Wales – Draw

Wales have made a fine start in League B Group 4 with two wins from their opening two games, both by 1-0 scorelines away in Finland and at home to Bulgaria. They now face the Republic of Ireland, who picked up a draw with Bulgaria on the road but then went down to a surprising 1-0 defeat to Finland on home soil. Stephen Kenny’s appointment as manager of Ireland was a brave one but given his somewhat limited experience at the highest level of the game, I think Ireland could regret that choice as I can’t see them picking up a win here either. That said, I am not sure Wales have enough to claim the win for Ryan Giggs either, so I feel a draw is the most likely result.

England v Belgium – Away Win

If one team has proven to be Gareth Southgate’s nemesis in recent years it is the current world number 1 team Belgium. They beat England twice in the 2018 World Cup Finals, once in the Group Stages and then once again in the 3rd/4th place playoff game and on both occasions they were good value for their win. There are a few members of the squad who are pushing on in years though whereas England’s squad is generally much younger. That said, I feel the quality on offer for both teams is high but the Belgians have the edge for me in the crucial midfield area and with this game to be played an en empty Wembley, I think that will also play favourably for Belgium too. I can see both team’s scoring a goal or two, but I do feel that Belgium will continue their superb run of form with a win here.

Northern Ireland v Austria – Away Win

Under current Stoke City boss Michael O’Neill, Northern Ireland qualified for the last European Championships and routinely gave teams like Austria a real test both away and at home. However, results under Ian Baraclough haven’t been that great and given the quality in the squad, I think they could struggle here against an Austria side who beat Norway on the road in their first game in the group. The Austrian’s have some very talented players in their squad and I feel that they will be the difference between the two teams in Belfast on Sunday night.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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