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Germany vs Switzerland: Serge Gnabry to Score and Germany to Win

Beginning with Germany, who find themselves in a rather unfamiliar position in their group. They are currently third having drawn their opening two games 1-1 against Spain and Switzerland. Joachim Low will be demanding more from his crop of players, which still doesn’t feature the likes of high-profile names such as Jerome Boateng and Thomas Mueller, who have regained form under Hansi Flick at Bayern Munich.

However, this upcoming game against Switzerland in Group A4 will be another chance to claw back some of the ground lost in the first two games, and a win could take them up to second behind group leaders Spain.

Although Timo Werner has been ruled out as a precautionary measure, we have tipped his fellow compatriot Serge Gnabry to provide a serious attacking threat, with the Bayern Munich winger to score and Germany to win.

Wales v Bulgaria Tips

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Wales to win 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1 @ 7/4

Norway vs Northern Ireland: Erling Haaland to Score a Brace

Norway began their Nations League campaign with a 2-1 defeat to Austria, and will feel hard done by in what turned out to be a tight affair.

Their next fixture against Northern Ireland, who are also their upcoming opponents, saw the Norwegians run riot, with Haaland grabbing a brace in an emphatic 5-1 victory. The Borussia Dortmund youngster has now scored five goals in three games in this competition after his hat-trick against Romania, and it is likely this generational talent will continue this crazy streak.

We expect Erling Haaland to get on the scoresheet, so we’ve tipped him to repeat the same feat and get two against Ian Baraclough’s side.

Belgium v Iceland Tips

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Belgium and Over 3.5 Goals in match @ 7/4

Portugal vs Sweden: Cristiano Ronaldo to Score and Over 2.5 Goals

Back in the beginning of September, current Nations League champions Portugal recorded two very comprehensive victories and maintained their reputation as a side to be feared on the international stage. Most notably, a 4-1 victory over World Cup finalists Croatia in their opening fixture displayed serious attacking prowess, with Diogo Jota, Joao Felix and Andre Silva all getting on the scoresheet.

These two sides met in the second round of fixtures, which saw captain Cristiano Ronaldo hit a century of international goals, before making it 101, 20 minutes later.

We’ve tipped Ronaldo to score once again against Sweden, and there to be over 2.5 goals in this fixture.

France vs Croatia: Kylian Mbappe to Score and France to Win

World champions France find themselves pitted against current Nations League champions Portugal in Group A3 in the battle for top spot. Their previous fixture, which finished (insert result here), saw (insert description).

Didier Deschamps side will be looking to continue their impeccable form of late, which has seen them go unbeaten in eleven games before this round of fixtures. Croatia, who have been beaten convincingly by both Portugal and France, are up next for Les Bleus. The previous fixture finished with a 4-2 victory for France, in which the next generation of debutants in Dayot Upamecano and Eduardo Camavinga stole the headlines.

However, we’ve tipped well-established winger Kylian Mbappe to get on the scoresheet and France to grab the victory here.

England v Denmark Tips

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Harry Kane to score and win @ 7/5

Italy vs Netherlands: Memphis Depay to score and Match to End in a Draw

The Netherlands are under new leadership following Ronald Koeman’s exit from the national team. Frank De Boer has been named as the new manager, and the former Crystal Palace manager will be eager to prove doubters wrong following a mixed career in management.

Italy, who also find themselves in a transitional period with an influx of young talent, managed to get all three points in this fixture back in September courtesy of a goal from Nicolo Barella. Although the fixture was tight, Netherlands looked somewhat off the pace, so de Boer will be looking to rectify that result this time around.

We’ve tipped the game to end in a draw on this occasion, with both sides looking fairly even on paper. However, Netherlands’ main man up top in Memphis Depay, possesses a real threat to Italy’s backline and we’ve tipped him to get on the scoresheet, at 10/1.

By Charlie Rhodes