Here's your six-teams multi ahead of tonight's matches!
Finland vs Ireland
The Republic of Ireland have had a terrible week after falling short of Euro 2020, a string of player withdrawals, and their looming exit from the Nations League. Meanwhile, the Finns have won to nil in three of their last four home matches. They were also able to win 1-0 in Dublin last month, so we expect the hosts to secure a victory. A Finland win is our prediction here.
Italy vs Netherlands
The Dutch continued to struggle without Ronald Koeman, as they drew at Bosnia-Herzegovina on Sunday, and Netherlands manager Frank De Boer has failed to win his opening two games. He took the reins after a 1-0 loss to Italy last month and since they’ve lost at home to Mexico and drawn with Bosnia. Meanwhile, Italy have been excellent for Roberto Mancini. They’ve gone 18 games without a defeat, while they’ve won 13 of their last 15 internationals. Following that form, the Italians should hold off the Dutch and claim a victory.
Norway vs Nothern Ireland
Erling Braut Haaland was at it again on Sunday as he bagged his first senior international hat-trick in a 4-0 routing of Romania, and the Norwegians are expected to be tough opposition for an out of form Northern Ireland side. Away from home, Northern Ireland are without a win since last October, and they face a Norway side that have won ten of their last 15 matches on home soil. This record improves to four wins from five at home in the UEFA Nations League, and they have kept a clean sheet in all four of these victories.
Scotland vs Czech Republic
Scotland are now unbeaten in a year, winning five of their seven games since a 4-0 drubbing in Russia last October. This includes a 2-1 win over the Czech Republic last month, but things are expected to be tougher for the hosts this time. What we can expect are goals at both ends, however. Scotland have scored in six of their last seven matches and face a Czech Republic side that have conceded in each of their last eight outings, so backing both teams to score looks a good value offering.
Portugal vs Sweden
Portugal have held both Spain and France to international draws during the international break and can go one better by beating Sweden without reply in Lisbon. Portugal went top of their Nations League group on goal difference with the 0-0 draw with reigning world champions France on Sunday and although they have a front line comprising the likes of Joao Felix, Bruno Fernandes and Bernardo Silva, it has been their defence which has impressed of late. They have kept clean sheets in five of their last six encounters and should fancy their chances of shutting out Sweden as they did back in September.
England vs Denmark
There’s been little praise for Gareth Southgate’s England in recent days, despite the Three Lions picking up their second win of the international break. They approach today’s meeting with Denmark looking to seal a hat-trick of victories and our predictions back them to do it. The hosts have won their previous nine home matches going into this clash and they’ve managed to score 26 times in just six home matches since the start of 2019. Meanwhile, Denmark are finding things tougher in the top tier after an unbeaten run in League B in 2018. The Danes have four points from three games and they are outsiders for this clash after failing to win their last three meetings with the Three Lions.