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Nations League Accumulator – Sat 14th & Sun 15th November

I am sure something a little strange is going on with my tips! For the last few weeks I have nailed on my Saturday predictions almost to every single one. However, I then go through to Sunday’s game and they seem to be fade away. The same thing happened again last week!

I was tempted to just back games on Saturday for this set of tips to be honest, but given that all the Home Nations plus the Republic of Ireland are in action on the Sunday, I have decided to mix and match the selections across both days again.

We’re back in the land of the Nations League at the moment, which to be honest is a real pain, especially if you are a Liverpool fan and have now seen one of your two vaguely fit centre backs ruled out for likely most of the season.

I do much prefer the domestic action as it doesn’t seem as crazy as what can happen in the Nations League at times. Still, it was this set of fixtures a few weeks back that almost came in for me so I am hopeful I can do something similar, if not go one better here.

There are some cracking games over the weekend including England’s trip to Brussels to take on Belgium, Wales and the Republic of Ireland facing off once again, while Portugal will take on France in what should be a cracking clash in Lisbon.

Let’s now take a look at the games we have put together from the weekend’s schedule for our accumulator tips this week.

Nations League Acca – Sat 14th & Sun 15th November

    • 7:45
    • Sat - Portugal v France - Draw
    • 7:45
    • Sat - Switzerland v Spain - Draw
    • 5:00
    • Sun - Bulgaria v Finland - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Sun - Belgium v England - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 14th November

Portugal v France – Draw

These two teams met last month in Paris and fought out really uninspiring 0-0 draw, which was a real disappointment given the quality of players on show. In the lead up to this game Portugal thrashed Andorra 7-0, while France lost 2-0 at home to Finland in what was something of a surprise result. Those results were in friendly games however and I think with Nations League progress on the line, and France needing a win here badly, that the French will up their game. However, I also feel that with Cristiano Ronaldo in their team, Portugal are capable of beating anyone on their day. Last month this finished all square and was a dull game. I think this will be a much better game but will still finish all square.

Switzerland v Spain – Draw

These sides played last month and Spain came away with a 1-0 win on home soil, chiefly due to a horrific defensive error by the Swiss trying to play out from the back. The Spaniards didn’t really test the Swiss in any other meaningful way in that game and I felt the Swiss should have got a point from the game but for that error. On home soil, the Swiss will be an even tougher prospect and with Spain drawing against Holland in midweek in a friendly, while Switzerland lost to Belgium, I think that the Swiss will get on the scoresheet here, but I also feel the Spanish will too as I am predicting another draw here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 15th November

Bulgaria v Finland – Away Win

There are plenty more attractive fixtures on the schedule this weekend, so why have I picked this game? Well first off, I think Bulgaria are an awful football team. Lacking any players of any real quality, this is the worst team I have seen from that part of the world since the 1980s. In contrast, I think this Finnish side, which has beaten the Republic of Ireland (twice), France and Bulgaria in recent months is one of the best in recent times, as their qualification for Euro 2020 shows. As such, and given that they are a very good price to win, I think Finland to win this game is a very good value bet.

Belgium v England – Home Win 

England’s main nemesis from the 2018 World Cup Finals meet with Gareth Southgate’s men once again just a month after they were somewhat fortuitously beaten 2-1 at Wembley. By rights, Belgium could have been 2-0 or 3-0 up in the first half but England hung on to eventually claim a win which did put them top of the group, although they then lost that when losing to Denmark at Wembley. England must go for the win here as nothing else will likely be enough for Southgate’s men but as we saw at England Belgium can pick them off as a result and I think that will be the case here with the home side landing another win over the Three Lions.

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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