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Sunday’s Nations League Accumulator – 18th November

Sunday sees the second set of Nations League Fixtures for Matchday Six, the final set of games in all of the four Leagues and sixteen Groups and it is today that the vast majority of matters in the Nations League will be settled.

The games on Thursday, Friday and Saturday last week have meant that some games now have an all or nothing aspect to them and that is certainly true of England’s game with Croatia at Wembley, where the winning team will win the group, the loser will be relegated and if the game ends in a score draw, England will be relegated, but if it ends in a 0-0 draw, Croatia will be relegated on goal difference.

There’s not as much riding on Northern Ireland’s game with Austria with the Irish already assured of being relegated and Austria unable to pip Bosnia-Herzegovina to top spot in the group and certain to finish second. As such, both teams may elect to experiment a little with their sides.

If Switzerland can beat Belgium by a greater scoreline than 1-0, they will go through ahead of the Belgians, but in truth that looks a huge ask against the number 1 ranked team in World Football at the moment.

There were a few surprise results in my last selection, so lets hope that this one works out a little better.

Here’s my tips for Sunday’s UEFA Nations League games.

Sunday’s Nations League Accumulator Tip – 18/11/2018

    • 2:00
    • England v Croatia - Home Win
    • 5:00
    • N.Ireland v Austria - Draw
    • 7:45
    • Switzerland v Belgium - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Hungary v Finland - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 18th November

England v Croatia – Home Win

Few people would have expected this group to be going to the wire after Spain won the opening two games 2-1 against England at Wembley and then 6-0 over Croatia in Spain. However, wins over the Spanish for England (3-2) and Croatia (also 3-2) mean that while the Spaniards cannot be relegated, all other eventualities in the group remain possible. A win for England, and they win the group, a win for Croatia and they win the group. If the game ends in a draw, Spain win the group, but depending on the scoreline, either England or Croatia could be relegated with this scenario. However, with home advantage, and with a good win over the United States under their belt, Gareth Southgate’s men should be confident of getting a result here against their World Cup semifinals opponents, but Croatia are going to make things very difficult and this could be a game decided in the last few minutes.

N.Ireland v Austria – Draw

There’s not as much at stake in this game as the England one with the Irish already relegated and Austria already confirmed as second in the group. As such, I can see both managers treating this game more like a friendly match, which means perhaps more experimentation with formations and new caps for some fringe players. When this happens games do tend to get a little lost and as a result, I think Northern Ireland will finally get their first point of the tournament, however, against a tough Austrian side who have some fine players, I think the best they can hope for is a draw.

Switzerland v Belgium – Away Win

Belgium top Group 2 of League A with maximum points from their three games but any defeat by any scoreline  would see them knocked out by Switzerland. The Swiss have a fine record at home in recent times, and they have some quality players but they are nowhere near as talented as this Belgium side, who are the World Number 1 ranked team. That said, the Swiss have become a very difficult side to beat and while I do feel Belgium will eventually win the game, I can only see them doing so by one goal, most likely by a 1-0 or 2-1 scoreline.

Hungary v Finland – Home Win

Finland have already earned promotion from League C Group 2 with four wins from their five games so far, their only defeat coming away to Greece. However, Hungary are strong at home and the Finns may well have taken their eye off the ball given that they have already qualified. Their only win away so far came at neighbours Estonia and in truth, they are a team that don’t travel particularly well, especially down to central and southern Europe. This will be close and there may only be one goal in it, but I do feel that although the form may suggest otherwise, Hungary will be the team celebrating the win 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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