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UEFA Nations League Acca Tip – Saturday 13th October

At long last, Sunday’s draw between Manchester City and Liverpool meant that we landed a rather nice treble on the games that day and after Saturday, that was just the boost I needed as there had been so many near misses in the past few weeks.

Typically, just as I land a win, the Premier League goes onto a hiatus once again as we head into the third and fourth matchdays of the new UEFA Nations League. We’re going to focus on the games taking place on Saturday this week for our weekend accumulator and hope that they can land us our second win in a row.

England play Friday night away to Croatia and also on Monday evening in Spain and in truth, this young squad I think will struggle in both those games and it could be a rather depressing few days for the Three Lions.

However, Saturday does see some very interesting fixtures and those who followed my tips in Euro 2016, Copa America and last summer’s World Cup will know that international football has provided some decent returns over the last few years.

Here’s my acca tip for four of Saturday’s game in the UEFA Nations League.

Saturday’s UEFA Nations League Accumulator – 13/10/2018

    • 2:00
    • Slovakia v Czech Rep - Home Win
    • 5:00
    • Norway v Slovenia - Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Netherlands v Germany - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Rep of Ireland v Denmark - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 13th October

Slovakia v Czech Republic  – Home Win

These teams sit second and third in League B Group 1 after both lost to Ukraine in their opening games. These neighbours are also bitter rivals and this should provide fans with an exciting atmosphere for the game.  The teams have met 10 times previously and the Czech’s have the most wins with 5 compared to three for Slovakia, but Slovakia did win the most recent match back in March 2015. Home advantage had tended to be key in these games and as such, I am backing Slovakia to come away with a narrow and hard fought win here.

Norway v Slovenia – Home Win

After two games Slovenia are surprisingly at the foot of League C Group 3 having lost both their opening games to Bulgaria and Cyprus and now they face a must-win game against Norway who lie in 2nd place in the division. The Norwegians have put together a much more rounded team than they have had available in recent times and while they are not quite at level of their strongest teams of the past, they should be strong enough to give Slovenia a real test here. The way the visitors have shipped goals in their opening two games is a concern and as a result, I can see the Norwegians grabbing another key win here.

Netherlands v Germany – Away Win

In their opening games in this group Germany were held 0-0 at home by World Champions France, while the Netherlands were beaten 2-1 in Paris but put up a decent showing in what was a celebratory evening in Paris. The Dutch have not beaten Germany since 2002 and the Germans have won two of the last three games between the teams, albeit the last match came back in November 2012 and finished 0-0. The teams are much changed from those days now and although Holland are looking much stronger now, I still fancy the Germans to get back to winning ways with a narrow win here.

Republic of Ireland v Denmark – Away Win

These teams have only played 15 times in total and Denmark have an inferior record, with just four wins to Ireland’s five with six games drawn. However, when the teams met in the World Cup playoffs in November 2017, Denmark were held 0-0 at home but a Christian Eriksen inspired performance saw them run out 5-1 winners in Dublin. With Ireland struggling after a thumping defeat to Wales in their opening match this could be a real struggle against a team that matches up well against the Irish.  Having beaten Wales 2-0 in their first game in League B Group 4, I am expecting Denmark to make it two wins from two games with another victory on Irish soil here.

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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