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Saturday Acca Tips: 7th September 2019

Although we only landed two results last week, the other games were just a goal away from being the right score and in truth, all of those games could have gone the way I predicted and on another day, may well have done so.

This week we are taking a break away from Premier League action to focus on the games taking place this weekend in the Euro 2020 Qualifiers. Matchday 5 runs from Thursday to Saturday and it is the games on Saturday, which includes England’s game with Bulgaria, that we are focusing on.

International games have proven to be somewhat volatile in recent times, we have had some very good weeks with these games and others have been very tough to predict. As such, I’ve played a little safer than usual with my tips for this set of games.

Here’s hoping that this selection of tips proves to be the former rather than the latter.

International Accumulator – 7th September 2019

    • 2:00
    • Kosovo v Czech Rep - Home Win
    • 5:00
    • England v Bulgaria - Home Win
    • 5:00
    • Lithuania v Ukraine - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • France v Albania - Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Serbia v Portugal - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 7th September

Kosovo v Czech Republic  – Draw

The bookmakers tend to feel that the Czech Republic have the edge in this game, but I am not so sure. Kosovo have gone 13 games unbeaten, last losing to Iceland back in October 2017. Admittedly they haven’t faced too many top quality sides in that run (Denmark is about the best, who they drew with 2-2) but I think given that run and being at home and also being unbeaten in their three games in Group A so far, means they should be respected. The Czech’s have bounced back after their heavy loss to England in their opener but this is probably their hardest game since then and I think that a draw is the most likely outcome here, which would also suit England as well.

England v Bulgaria – Home Win

I’ve included England’s game with Bulgaria despite it being ridiculously short odds as I think this is the game today that holds the most interest. Gareth Southgate’s men have scored 10 goals in their two games so far in this group and against a Bulgaria side that pales into comparison to some of the great teams they have had in the past, I would expect England to go close if not match that number of goals in this game. The longer the game goes without a goal, the better for Bulgaria it will be but even so, I still expect a solid England win by a few goals.

Lithuania v Ukraine – Away Win

Ukraine have made a solid start to this group and currently lead it comfortably with Serbia and Portugal likely to be their most closest rivals. A win here for the Ukraine would put them in a very strong position in the group, especially having already picked up a point away from home against Portugal. Lithuania are not the best side but Ukraine have had a few struggles in the past against lesser sides. I can’t see this being a win by the 5-0 scoreline they beat Serbia by in March, but I still feel Ukraine have enough to get the win here.

France v Albania – Home Win

This looks another nailed on home win as the World Champions take on Albania but it is worth noting that the last two matches between these two teams have seen Albania win in Tirana in June 2015 and then a year later, France needed a 90th and 95th minute pair of goals from Griezmann and Payet to beat Albania on home soil in Euro 2016. Albania have progressed a great deal from the side routinely thrashed in qualifying competitions 20 and 30 years ago and they will make life tough for a France side without Pogba and Mbappe. Even so, I still feel the French will do enough to win.

Serbia v Portugal – Away Win

Of all the games this weekend, this is the one that I think has me the most torn. Serbia are a decent side and are better than their recent form in major tournaments suggests. Portugal though are the current European Championship and Nations League holders and although they have drawn both their qualifying games so far, one at home to Serbia, I feel that they have the quality to catch the Serbian side on the break and take the three points that they need to haul in Ukraine in the group.

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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