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Belgium to beat Switzerland @ 21/50
Belgium enjoyed a great World Cup, beating England in the third-place play-off, and have since maintained that momentum. The Red Devils eased to a 4-0 friendly win over Scotland at Hampden Park last month and then kicked off their Nations League campaign by prevailing 3-0 in Iceland. Attacking weapons such as Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku and Michy Batshuayi all impressed in those victories.
Croatia and England to draw @ 21/10
The Three Lions will be keen to gain some revenge for this summer’s 2-1 World Cup semi-final loss but may have to settle for a share of the spoils at Stadion HNK Rijeka. England began their Nations League campaign with a narrow loss at home to Spain, who then thrashed Croatia 6-0, so both teams are probably playing to avoid relegation from here on. That adds to the belief this will be a tight tussle, so a stalemate makes sense for our European football tips.
Belarus to beat Luxembourg @ 67/100
Belarus have made a solid start in Group D2, slamming San Marino 5-0 on home turf and then picking up a point away to Moldova. Stanislav Dragun bagged a brace in that opening victory and has also been in fine form for domestic table-toppers BATE Borisov this season. Luxembourg have improved in recent times and beat both of those opponents last month, but they are still just below Belarus in the FIFA rankings.
Greece to beat Hungary @ 67/100
Greece fell to a 2-1 defeat in Hungary last month but we saw enough to suggest they can turn the tables back in Athens. Roland Sallai and Laszlo Kleinheisler both scored against the run of play, with the visitors deserving much more than a Kostas Manolas strike as consolation for a display which saw them dominate possession and apply plenty of pressure. Kostas Mitroglou has shone for Marseille this season and can make a difference if starting this time.
Finland to beat Estonia @ 23/20
Finland only prevailed 1-0 when these teams met in Turku last month but looked much the better team on that occasion and can again come out on top away from home in the return fixture. Norwich striker Teemu Pukki settled the issue with a neat near-post finish and also went close late on, while fellow front man Jasse Tuominen fired in another shot which came crashing back off the crossbar. The Finns had previously beaten Hungary and are worth following in our European football tips.
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