UEFA Nations League Enhanced Acca Betting Preview, Tips and Odds – 19/11/2018

Acca betting preview and enhanced odds for Monday’s UEFA Nations League matches.

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More Nations League action tonight and our traders bring you some more value with our acca of Norway, the Czech Republic and Germany all to win. In Group C3 we have gone for Norway who are top to get the result away to Cyprus, the Czech Republic to get the home win over Slovakia and for already relegated Germany to bounce back with a win over the Netherlands. Check out our acca preview, betting tips and more enhanced odds for the games with our Fan Boosts!

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Cyprus v Norway

It’s a straight fight between Norway and Bulgaria in Group C3, with Lars Lagerback’s side just ahead on goal difference. Given the Bulgarians host bottom-of-the-pile Slovenia on Monday, who like Cyprus have shipped seven goals, the Norwegians can ill afford to take their foot off the gas.

This has been a low-scoring group with seven of 10 games seeing just two goals or less, but that should suit the visitors fine having conceded the fewest. Indeed, they’ve won seven of their last nine fixtures, including four 1-0 victories. Meanwhile, Cyprus are W1-D3-L8 since September 2017, while they failed to score in half of these games overall.

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UEFA Nations League Enhanced Acca Betting Preview, Tips and Odds – 20/11/2018


Czech Republic v Slovakia

These two are level on points in a battle to avoid the drop, though despite Slovakia’s 4-1 victory hosting group winners Ukraine on Friday, it’s the Czech Republic who hold the advantage on head-to-head results. The hosts are the lowest scorers in the group with just three goals from three outings, though the one time they’ve managed to net more than a single goal within their last six came in their trip to Slovakia in the reverse fixture.

The visitors have actually kept just the solitary clean sheet in nine matches and are W3-D2-L5 over their last 10 on their travels, with the three victories coming over Malta, Lithuania and Thailand. England were the only quality side they faced during this period as they lost away at the likes of Scotland, Slovenia and twice to the Ukraine, and with the pressure on them to take the initiative, the Czechs will fancy their chances of taking all three points again. Indeed, though a point would do for them, they haven’t drawn any of their last 15 fixtures.

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Germany v Netherlands

Ronald Koeman’s team will likely have a spring in their step after beating the world champions 2-0 in a convincing display in Rotterdam. However, any Dutch swagger could be short lived as although the result ensures they retain their League A status, a win for Germany here and the French will still go on to next summers finals.

Die Mannschaft can at least play without too much pressure with their relegation already confirmed and at some stage we should expect a reaction from them. For all their poor form, they’re still W11-D3-L1 on home soil since June 2016, keeping nine clean sheets in total, while after such a disastrous 2018, Joachim Loew will surely turn to hungry young stars to bed them in for future campaigns. Oranje have made impressive strides under Koeman, but they’ve won just one of their five away matches since he took charge, including a defeat in France in this competition.

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