UEFA Nations League betting tips: An early look at Tuesday’s action with 15/1 acca

The second instalment of the UEFA Nations League group stage draws to a close this week as nations battle it out for promotion, relegation and, for the teams in the top divisions, a chance to make it to the Nations League finals next October.

The group stages conclude on Tuesday and Wednesday, and with nine games scheduled for Tuesday evening our experts have been diving deep into the fixtures to bring you a host of UEFA Nations League betting tips, culminating in a nice looking 15/1 accumulator!

Remember, you can find the rest of our analysis and betting tips on our Nations League predictions page.


FST’s 15/1 UEFA Nations League acca

France vs Sweden

France may have been shocked by Finland last time they played in Paris, but we’re not expecting a repeat on Tuesday as they look to seal the top spot in League A Group 3.

They bounced back from that dismal display with a victory over Portugal on Saturday and they have won 17 of their last 22 games at home. They only need a point to clinch that all-important top spot, but all three are well and truly on the table.

Sweden lost the reverse fixture in September and have lost their last three away games, while Les Bleus have won four of their five Nations League matches and are justified favourites here.

Betting tip: France to win

Croatia vs Portugal

Portugal’s chances of retaining the UEFA Nations League are in the balance as they head into the final group game needing France to lose at home to Sweden for them to stand any chance of leapfrogging them, but whatever happens in Paris we’re expecting goals at the Stadion Poljud.

Each of Croatia’s last nine games have produced at least three goals and both teams have found the net in all of them, and they face a Portugal side that have netted two or more goals in six of their last nine games.

A Portugal win is likely, but more likely is a high scoring affair with both teams testing the goalkeepers.

Betting tip: BTTS and over 2.5 goals

Luxembourg vs Azerbaijan

Luxembourg’s failure to beat Cyprus on Saturday evening saw them miss out on the chance to head into the final game top of their League C group, and their chances of promotion are hanging by a threat.

They need to beat Azerbaijan and for Montenegro to drop points against bottom-of-the-pile Cyprus, but despite these high stakes it’s unlikely to be a game for the neutrals.

Luxembourg have scored five goals across their four Nations League matches but face an Azerbaijan side that have kept three clean sheets on the bounce. Unfortunately for the visitors, they haven’t found the net at the other end of the pitch in four games and have managed just one goal in their Nations League fixtures so far.

With a grand total of three goals being scored in their last five games, another low scoring affair certainly looks to be on the cards.

Betting tip: Under 2.5 goals

Andorra vs Latvia

There’s nothing but pride at stake for these two lowly sides, with both occupying the bottom two spots in their League D group and with no chance of promotion. A win for Andorra would move them above Latvia and into third place, but the hosts haven’t won a game since a hosting of Moldova over a year ago and they’re unlikely to find success here.

Latvia have only actually lost one of their last eight matches but six stalemates have kept them from challenging in the Nations League, but they did thrash San Marino 3-0 away from home in a midweek friendly this month and they have never lost to Andorra, winning five of their eight previous meetings.

With Andorra losing five of their last six outings, another evening to forget is on the cards.

Betting tip: Latvia to win

Malta vs Faroe Islands

Malta are in fantastic form right now and head into the final group game unbeaten in six, but they need a win and a two goal swing in goal difference to top the group ahead of the Faroe Islands on Tuesday.

Achieving promotion might be out of their reach, but they should at least extend their unbeaten run. The Faroe Islands have only won one of their last five games and their only away victory in the last four years came against the lowly Andorra in September.

They have lost 12 of these 16 trips away, while Malta are unbeaten in four at home and have won each of their last three. These victories did come against inferior opposition to the Faroe Islands, but it would be a surprise to see their unbeaten streak ended on Tuesday.

Betting tip: Malta win or draw double chance


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