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Tuesday’s Nations League tips: Will Sweden, Serbia and Kosovo seal promotion?

| 20.11.2018

The Nations League wraps up this evening, with promotion, relegation and Euro 2020 play-off places at stake.

Scotland and Israel face off for top spot in Group C1. You’ll find all you need to know about the huge game at Hampden Park here.

But keep reading for a handy guide to the best of the other fixtures around the continent…

Sweden v Russia

It’s all to play for in Group B2, with these two sides going head-to-head for top spot and promotion.

They drew 0-0 in Kalingrad last month. Russia know another point is all they need this time. That means Sweden could take the initiative here. They’re 19/20 to get a crucial win.

Russia will be without attacking stars Aleksandr Golovin and Denis Cheryshev, which could also swing things in the Swedes’ favour. The hosts are 15/8 to Win to Nil, with Marcus Berg 7/5 to score Anytime.

Kosovo v Azerbaijan

Kosovo will seal promotion to League C if they avoid defeat to Azerbaijan. It would be an incredible achievement for a team that’s only been recognised by UEFA for just over three years.

They’ll want to mark the occasion in style in front of a home crowd. The hosts are 4/5 to get the points, while it’s 8/5 that they Win to Nil for the fifth time in 2018.

Serbia v Lithuania

Serbia are 1/12 to get the win the need to hold off Romania and top Group C4.

They face a Lithuania side who have only scored twice in five games so far. We go 4/9 that the home side are leading at half-time and go on to win.

No one has scored more in the Nations League than five-goal Aleksandar Mitrovic so far. He’s 9/5 to open the scoring here and 4/11 to net at any point.

Portugal v Poland

Portugal have already secured their place in next summer’s Nations League Finals. Poland have already been relegated from Group A3.

There’s not much to play for here, though Jerzy Brzeczek’s side will want to ensure they win at least one game before the competition ends. With Cristiano Ronaldo and Bernardo Silva missing for the hosts, Poland or Draw is going for 5/4 in the Double Chance betting.

The previous game between these sides ended 3-2 to Portugal. However, there aren’t likely to be too many goals with little riding on this one. Under 2.5 Goals would have come in for five of Poland’s last six outings. It’s 7/10 to do so here.

Click here for the latest Nations League odds.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of date of publication



Daniel Anwar

Daniel has covered sports for Squawka, FourFourTwo and iSportconnect. He is a naively optimistic Arsenal fan and is also passionate about music, film and chicken wings.