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Germany v Spain Tips: Germany to win and both teams to score @ 7/2

Spain and Germany will meet for the fourth time since the two nations clashed at the Euro 2008 final on Thursday evening.

Both sides still have excellent players in their armoury, despite not putting up much of a fight in recent tournaments. For the Germans, Manuel Neuer is edging closer to making a century of senior caps, whilst younger players like Timo Werner, Serge Gnabry and Joshua Kimmich have established themselves as some of the very best in recent seasons, all of which bring goals to their side.

As for Spain, they are a team with quality all over the pitch and have great leadership in their ranks with the veteran players, Sergio Ramos and Sergio Busquets. At the other end, the likes of Ansu Fati, Mikel Oyarzabel, Marco Asensio, Adama Traore and new Manchester City man, Ferran Torres, make up a young, yet promising new-look Spain side.

It is difficult to predict how this game is going to pan out but with each sides boasting significant attacking players, but no doubt we are likely in for a few goals. Odds for Germany to win and both teams to score is at 7/2 - click here to claim this bet and have it straight in your bet slip.

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Finland v Wales Tips: Wales to win by exactly two goals @ 17/2

Wales will meet with Finland on Thursday evening with the Dragons looking to establish themselves as an early contender to earn promotion to League A.

Wales have a very good mix of matching great quality with some promising youngsters. The likes of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are at the heart of the team, whilst younger names like Daniel James, Ethan Ampadu and Rabbi Matondo add a youthful look to the Welsh side.

Finland have been enjoying what is arguably their most successful period in football. The Scandinavians were promoted to Division B of the Nations League after finishing top of their group and have also qualified for Euro 2020 - their first major tournament which they will participate in next year.

With Ryan Giggs having several top players to be able to choose from, Wales will probably come away with the victory and it might just be a case of how many they win by. Odds currently stand at 17/2 for the Dragons to win by a margin of two goals - click here to claim this bet and have it straight in your bet slip.

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France to win the Nations League Odds - click claim to have it straight in you bet slip @ 9/2

Denmark v Belgium Tips: Belgium to win to nil @ 21/10

Belgium go into the game looking the clear favourites to take the three points and as one of the names that could win the second Nations League tournament.

The current Belgian squad is arguably the strongest it has ever been after years of building up this golden generation into its peak years. The likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Thibaut Courtois, Thorgan and Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku are all approaching in their 20s and this is perhaps the year it all comes to fruition for the Red Devils.

As for Denmark, it is a big game for the Scandinavian side as they will be playing their first game in Division A of the Nations League following their promotion in the last competition. With defensive solidity provided by Simon Kjaer and the creativity in midfield coming from Christian Eriksen, the Danes can put up a decent fight in Division A.

However, it seems this one is all about Belgium and if this side filled with exceptional talent can finally make its mark on world football.

Odds currently stand at 21/10 for Belgium to win with a clean sheet to their name - click here to claim this bet.

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Netherlands v Poland Tips: 1-1, 2-2 or 3-3 draw @ 4/1

On paper, Netherlands are the clear favourites to snatch the win over Poland. However, it will be very interesting to see how the Dutch will cope now that Ronald Koeman has left the national setup for Barcelona.

Koeman managed to turn the Netherlands' fortunes around after he came in following the country failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. In last year's inaugural Nations League, Koeman's side finished runners-up behind Portugal and beat favourites England in the semi-finals.

The likes of Matthijs de Ligt, Frenkie de Jong, Steven Bergwijn and Justin Kluivert make up an extremely promising young side, whilst players such as Marten de Roon, Memphis Depay and Virgil van Dijk bring experience and elite quality.

Poland, however, will not be pushovers going into the Nations League opener. Jerzy Brzeczek's side has his country's all-time top scorer in Robert Lewandowski, who is coming off the back of 55 goals in a Ballon d'Or worthy season for the Bayern Munich star.

Despite the Netherlands being the clear favourites, Poland are certainly capable of pulling off a surprise result and the odds currently stand at 4/1 for a 1-1, 2-2 or 3-3 draw - click here to claim this bet.

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Sweden v France Tips: France to win both halves @ 10/3

A tough task awaits Sweden as the newly-promoted side in Division A take on the World Cup holders.

The Swedish side have been fairly successful in recent years, by their standards, which ironically came following Zlatan Ibrahimovic's international retirement. The Scandinavians defied expectations by overcoming Italy to qualify for the 2018 World Cup and managed to qualify for Euro 2020, losing only one game in their qualifying group.

France, meanwhile, will be desperate to progress to the semi-finals of the Nations League after losing out to the Netherlands in their group by the thinnest of margins of goal difference. France are solid all over the pitch with some of the best players in world football at their disposal, and they haven't exactly got much worse since winning the World Cup two years ago.

With the odds suggesting that Les Bleus will most likely come away with the three points against Sweden, they are now priced at 10/3 to win both halves of the match - click here to claim this bet.

Iceland v England Tips: England to win 3-0 @ 11/1

The last time the two sides met resulted in humiliation for England as they crashed out of Euro 2016 in the round of 16 stage after Iceland came from behind to win 2-1.

Since that dreadful night in France, there still remains a huge gulf between the two sides. England have since gone on to record a semi-final finish in the World Cup in Russia and jump up the FIFA world rankings up to fourth, making them a force to be reckoned with in world football.

Iceland, in the meantime, seem to be entering a transition phase as the players that took the country to its first two major tournaments are now passing the baton on to the next generation.

Out of the current pool of Icelandic players, no player under the age of 27 has had more than 15 international appearances. This perseverance with veteran players could be done for a couple more years at most before they will have to turn their currently inexperienced players at this level.

Another 2-1 win for Iceland stands at 16/1 and also odds 20/1 for them to win from behind again. However, a comfortable win for England this time around seems a lot more likely and odds are at 11/1 for Gareth Southgate's side to convincingly win 3-0 in their Nations League opener - click here to claim this bet and have it straight in your bet slip.

By Rob Spereall