Okay MYbookie soccer betting buffs, with two games down in the 2020 UEFA Nations League, it’s time to look back at what’s already gone down this season before looking ahead at what could take place over the coming handful of weeks. Let’s get right to it so you can set down your bets against their UEFA Nations League odds.
2020 UEFA Nations League & EURO: What To Expect, Highlights, Predictions
Netherlands is favored to win Group A1. Netherlands manager Ronald Koeman bolted to take over as Barcelona manager while Italy has arguably the best striker in the world in Ciro Immobile.
Belgium is the narrow favorite to win group A2 over England and features one of the best attacking teams in the world, thanks in large part to the play of the gifted midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, who could dominate against England’s most good, but not great midfielders.
France is the decisive favorite to finish on top in group A3 though Portugal is offering much better odds and has arguably the best player in the world on their side in the incomparable Cristiano Ronaldo while France is also without stars, Paul Pogba and Haseem Aouar.
Germany is tied with Spain as favorites in group A4, but they’ve made a big move to get younger by replacing former stars like Thomas Muller, Mats Hummels and Mesut Ozil with younger performers like Kai Havertz, Suat Serdar and Jonathan Tah.
Belgium, Portugal, France, Russia, Wales, Montenegro and Faroe Islands are all off to unblemished 2-0 starts heading into the weekend.
Blossoming star Erling Haaland already has a league-high three goals while Ronaldo and Spain’s Sergio Ramos are sitting on two goals apiece. Belgium’s Dreis Mertens, France’s Anthony Martial and Malta’s Luke Gambin are all tied with a league-high two assists.
Northern ireland Keeper Bailet Peacock-Farrell has been forced to make a league-high 12 saves while Russia’s Anton Shunin and Croatia’s Di=ominik Livakovic have both turned back 10 shots,
When play resumes on Saturday, October 10, there will be plenty of exciting action as Faroe Islands hosts Latvia, Montenegro hosts Azerbaijan, Malta visits Andorra, Spain hosts Switzerland and Germany hits the road to take on Ukraine.
On Sunday, October 11, Bosnia and Herzegovina hosts Netherlands, England hosts Belgium in an expected thriller and Portugal visits France.