Nations League tips: Germany clash with Italy looking to end draw streak
Football accumulator tips for Tuesday’s Nations League games
A marathon two-week batch of Nations League games comes to an end on Tuesday night when both Scotland and the Republic of Ireland are in action.
Monday’s Nations League tips proved to successful on the whole, especially the clash between Iceland and Israel which produced goals at both ends in each half at 14/1 and the draw also came in at 11/5, while Denmark beat Austria in under 3.5 match goals at 29/20.
For Tuesday’s action, we have in-depth previews of England’s match against Hungary, and the clash between Netherlands and Wales, but start our football accumulator tips with the game involving Germany and Italy,
Germany v Italy
Germany, like England, have yet to win any of their Nations League games, but they remain unbeaten after three successive draws which have left them third in the table, a point above rock-bottom England.
Another share of the spoils is priced at 13/5, a fifth successive 1-1 draw can be backed at 11/2 and it’s 21/5 on Draw HT/FT which was the case in all three of Germany’s matches. A goal in both halves and the match to be drawn is 6/1.
🎙️ @Manuel_Neuer: "It would be a good way to sign off if we could get the three points and beat a big nation, something we've been waiting to do for a while now."#DieMannschaft #GERITA pic.twitter.com/S73GyeddRq
— Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) June 13, 2022
Jonas Hofmann has scored in his last two games for Germany, the opener against England and equaliser in Hungary, so he looks an interesting option to find the net against what is expected to be another inexperienced team fielded by Italy boss Roberto Mancini.
Germany should have a more experienced line-up on Tuesday and they are 7/10 favourites to win but Italy looked dangerous in the early stages of the goalless draw with England and can be backed at 9/5 to score the first goal in our Nations League betting tips.
Poland v Belgium
Belgium thrashed Poland 6-1 in Brussels when they met six days ago, but the teams go into this match level on four points, three behind group leaders Netherlands.
The Red Devils are 23/20 to win again as the next of our football accumulator tips, or at bigger odds they can be backed at 16/5 to pick up three points and concede or it’s 10/1 to win from behind as they did last week.
Brighton attacker Leandro Trossard netted twice against the Poles and looks an interesting prospect to be among the goalscorers again at 10/3.
Armenia v Scotland
Scotland were booed off the pitch by some of their fans following a 3-0 defeat in the Republic of Ireland which came three days after they had beaten Armenia 2-0 at Hampden Park.
— Scotland National Team (@ScotlandNT) June 11, 2022
The Armenians are generally terrible on the road, losing their last four by an aggregate of 15-0, including a 9-0 drubbing in Norway, but they have won five of their previous eight at home, including a 1-0 win against Ireland, who struggled in the searing heat of Yerevan.
Steve Clarke’s side are also likely to toil in 27 degrees so we’re with the Armenians to avoid defeat at 11/8 as the next of our Nations League tips.
Ukraine v Republic of Ireland
The Irish got back on track on Saturday when goals from Alan Browne, Troy Parrott and a screamer from Michael Obafemi on his first senior start sealed a comfortable win against Scotland, their first Nations League victory at the 13th attempt.
“Absolutely no chance…” 😂
“I think the chef will get it before I get it…” 👨🍳
— FAIreland ⚽️🇮🇪 (@FAIreland) June 13, 2022
Ukraine will be much tougher though as Ireland found out in Dublin last Wednesday when the eastern Europeans ran out 1-0 winners despite making 10 changes to the side that had lost 1-0 to Wales in the World Cup play-off final.
The Irish are without the injured Obafemi, suspended Shane Duffy and John Egan, so with Ukraine expected to field a much stronger team than last week, the eastern Europeans to win and over 1.5 match goals at 13/10 is the last of our football accumulator tips.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication