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Saturday International Acca – 26th March 2022

Get in! Last week we landed another winner turning a £10 bet into just under £100 with a return of £99.70 on our fourfold bet last week!

It seems the mix of Premier League and FA Cup ties worked out well for us this time and added to the wins that I have already picked up this season, I reckon that even if I don’t win another penny over the remainder of the season, I will still be in profit!

However, I would much rather land another win and what better week to do that than this week, which is when we have a bundle of international friendly games taking place on Saturday.

I’d rather cover the World Cup Qualifiers to be honest, but seeing as they are taking place at a wide selection of various times and all over the world over the next couple of weeks, basing my coupon on those games wasn’t really practical.

Fortunately, there are a good selection of games taking place this weekend on Saturday that are international friendlies, with some very big teams and World Cup hopefuls taking to the field.

So I’ve put together this weekend fourfold from the international games coming up this weekend and I have my fingers crossed that maybe acca wins are like buses and that two may come along in quick succession!

Here’s my tips for the weekend!

International Acca Tip – 26th March

    • 1:00
    • Finland v Iceland Home Win
    • 5:00
    • Rep of Ireland v Belgium Away Win
    • 5:30
    • England v Switzerland Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Netherlands v Denmark Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 26th March

Finland v Iceland – Home Win

Finland had a decent performance at Euro 2020 but they could not follow that up by qualifying for the World Cup Finals and they face their Scandinavian cousins Iceland in a game that will be a case of both teams building for the Nations League and European Championship qualifiers on the horizon. Iceland’s fortunes have nosedived since their famous performance at Euro 2016 and last time out they were beaten 5-1 by South Korea and have not won any of their last four. Finland have at least won two of their last three and that defeat came to World Cup holders France. With the Finns at home too and having much the better recent form, I am backing them strongly to land the victory here.

Republic of Ireland v Belgium – Away Win

It has been a bit of a lean time of late for the Republic of Ireland, with the team very much in a transitional stage, they have struggled to match some of the achievements of their teams from the Jack Charlton, Mick McCarthy and Martin O’Neill eras. In contrast, this Belgian squad is arguably the most talented to have ever been seen by Belgian fans but so far they have fallen just short in major tournaments, despite being the number 1 ranked team in world football. With this World Cup arguably this squads best chance of ending that run, I expect them to be fully focused on their preparation for the finals this winter and I’d expect them to land a win here to kick that process off.

England v Switzerland – Home Win

England made light work of qualifying for the World Cup and Switzerland will join them there after pipping Italy to top spot in their group, leaving the Italians facing the possibility of having to beat Portugal in Portugal to reach the finals. The Swiss will certainly give England a test as they have proven to be a very difficult side to beat by any of the top European teams, but their record against England is not that great. Plus England at Wembley have been very difficult for teams to beat in recent times. Gareth Southgate will be short of a couple of players due to injuries but even so, the home side should land a narrow win here.

Netherlands v Denmark – Draw

Christian Eriksen has made a return to the Denmark squad and that will be a huge boost to the Danes and their chances of getting a result here against a strong Netherlands side. Both teams have qualified for the World Cup this winter and both will have real hopes of going very deep in that tournament. The Dutch’s strength is in defence and midfield but in truth, so is Denmark’s and both of these sides look very well matched on paper. I feel the Dutch side may just have the edge in terms of flair and creativity but I think the Danish team spirit and organisation is much greater than that of the Dutch and as such, I think we will see this one end up as a score draw.

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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