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TOP 3 UEFA Nations League games you should watch this week

The vast majority of club football leagues taking a break over the next 10 days to allow for the International break, there are more than 70 national team games.

Europe’s national teams are facing each other in the Nations League and African sides are playing Cup of Nations qualifiers this international break, several South American teams are heading to Asia.

Here are TOP 3 UEFA Nations League games you should watch this week.

Belgium V Switzerland

  • 12.10.18

Belgium will welcome Switzerland to the King Baudouin Stadium this Friday, in what should be an entertaining showdown between the two sides.

Belgium are firm favourites to clinch the win on home, but a high-flying Swiss side will look to put a damper on their hopes.

Between Hazard, Mertens, Michy Batshuayi and Lukaku, there is no margin for error when it comes to converting chances in front of goal.

According to VBet (as of 9 October)

  • Belgium: 1.44
  • Draw: 4.34
  • Switzerland: 7.37

Croatia V England

  • 12.10.18

England travel to Riejka to take on Croatia on Friday, but their fans will not be able to follow them as the match is played behind closed doors.

The ban is no fault of the England team or fans, but a punishment handed out to Croatia back in 2015 that they are still serving a ban for.

The match is England’s second group game in the Nations League. After losing to Spain 2-1 at Wembley last month, Gareth Southgate’s side will be hoping for a positive result against Croatia to boost their hopes of reaching the Nations League finals next summer.

According to VBet (as of 9 October)

  • Croatia: 2.68
  • Draw: 3.08
  • England:  2.76

The Netherlands V Germany

  • 13.10.18

One of, if not the biggest rivalry in European international football reignites in Amsterdam on Saturday night, though rarely has it done so with both of the protagonists having so much to prove.

A 0-0 draw with France and a 2-1 friendly win over Peru during the last international break have steadied the ship a little for a Germany side which avoided sweeping, knee-jerk changes to both playing and coaching staff after their nightmare World Cup.

The Netherlands also squeezed past Peru, but lost their Nations League opener to France in Paris.

According to VBet (as of 9 October)

  • The Netherlands: 3.23
  • Draw: 3.55
  • Germany: 2.13

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