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Just because the domestic league season has ended don’t think the Eagle has abandoned you. There is loads of top international football action over the summer, and here we kick it off with some intriguing betting possibilities. Remember to sign up to our newsletter.
Poland v Wales Betting Prediction
Where are Poland v Wales playing?
Poland v Wales will be played at Tarczyński Arena Wrocław, Poland.
Which time will the Poland v Wales match be?
– Poland v Wales will be played on Wednesday, June 1st, at 16:00 UTC. In Germany the match will be shown live at 6:00 pm, in the UK it will be broadcast at 5:00 pm.
Where to watch Poland v Wales?
– The match will be broadcast on DAZN (Germany) and Premier Sports 1 (UK)
Poland qualificatied for the World Cup – just! – after easing out Sweden in the playoffs. The Nations League might not be popular with club managers who are worried about their stars getting burn-out but they should give some indication of who to look out for at the World Cup. For a small country, Gareth Bale’s Wales have generally performed well in recent international competitions but they are in Group 4 alongside Belgium and the Netherlands, so this be a test of Welsh spirit.
Wales was able to qualify for League A of the Nations League in brilliant stye (five wins, one draw).
Betting Tip: Asian Handicap +1.0 Wales, odds of 1.60 at Cyber Bet.
Slovenia v Sweden Betting Prediction
Where will Slovenia v Sweden be played?
– Slovenia v Sweden is taking place at Stozice Stadium, Slovenia.
Which time will the Slovenia v Sweden match be?
– Slovenia v Sweden will be played on Thursday, June 2nd, at 18:45 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). In Germany the match will be broadcast at 8:45 pm, in the United Kingdom it will be broadcast at 7:45 pm and in Brazil it will be broadcast at 3:45 pm.
Where to watch Slovenia v Sweden?
Slovenia v Sweden in not on TV
Slovenia boasts some big players and they breezed through qualifying for League B with lesser opposition such as Moldova, Kosovo and Greece. They managed to get four wins with two draws.
But the more celebrated Sweden went the other way, relegated from League A having come last in a tough group with France, Portugal and Croatia.
Betting Tip: Under 2.5 Goals, at odds of 1.62 at CyberBet.
Spain v Portugal Betting Predictions
Where will Spain v Portugal play?
– Spain v Portugal will play at Benito Villamarin Stadium, Spain.
What time is kick off for Spain v Portugal?
– Spain and Portugal are due to play on Thursday, June 2nd, at 18:45 UTC. In Germany the game will be shown at 8:45 pm, in the UK at 7:45 pm.
Where can I watch Spain v Portugal?
– The game will be shown on RTL+ (Germany), Premier Sports 2 (UK) and ESPN for international markets.
Spain reached last season’s final of the League of Nations, just losing to France 2-1. Worryingly, they have struggled against Portugal in recent matches.
Portugal are slightly a declining force and have been fairly average by their high standards. Interestingly, these tend to be tight, cagy affairs and both teams have scored in just one of the last eight matches with both teams firing blanks the last two times they met.
Betting Tip: Both Teams To Score – NO, at odds of 1.80 at Cyber Bet
Czech Republic v Switzerland Betting Tips
Where will the Czech Republic v Switzerland match be played?
– Czech Republic v Switzerland will be played at the Sinobo Stadium, in the Czech Republic.
What time is kick off in the Czech Republic v Switzerland match?
– Czech Republic v Switzerland will be played on Thursday, June 2nd, at 18:45 UTC. In Germany at 8:45 pm, in the UK at 7:45 pm
Where to watch Czech Republic v Switzerland?
– No broadcast for this match though it is likely to be available in grey markets.
The Czech Republic competed in League B last season and were promoted to League A after topping their fairly average group of Scotland, Israel and Slovakia. They are tough opponents on home soil and for example earned a draw against much-fancied Belgium in the qualifiers.
Switzerland see the Nations League as a means to prepare for the World Cup. Eagle doubts they will have much confidence of qualifying in a group containing the two Iberian giants. The Czechs will be difficult and we don’t see a huge amount in this.
Betting Tip: Asian Handicap +0.5 on the Czech Republic at odds of 1.60 at CyberBet
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