Nations League Tips: Germany won't be denied against Swiss

There's more Nations League action on Sunday and Dan Fitch is predicting that Germany will pick up their first win of the campaign when they travel to Switzerland...

Nations League
Sunday 6 September

Andorra record points to draw

Andorra 5.00 v Faroe Islands 1.76; The Draw 3.00
Kick off 14:00

The Faroes came close to losing at home to Malta in their opening game in D1, before scoring two late goals to win 3-2.

Andorra picked up a useful point away at Latvia and though the Faroes are worthy favourites, they look too short at this price. All three of Andorra's home games in the last Nations League ended as draws and the odds of another are 2/1 on the Sportsbook.

Dzyuba can score again

Hungary 4.10 v Russia 2.04; The Draw 3.30
Kick off 17:00

Both of these teams got off to a winning start in Group B3. Hungary pulled off a surprise 1-0 win away in Turkey, while Russia defeated Serbia 3-1 at home.

Artem Dyzuba continued his excellent recent scoring record for Russia with a brace against Serbia. He now has 26 goals in 43 games for his country and you can back Dzyuba to add to that tally at 6/4.

Low scoring game likely

Slovenia 1.25 v Moldova 14.50; The Draw 6.20
Kick off 17:00

The opening games in Group C3 were drawn. Slovenia drew 0-0 at home to Greece, while Moldova picked up a surprise point in their home 1-1 draw with Kosovo.

The odds for a home win are far too short to be tempting. Instead, back under 2.5 goals at 2.16, which has landed in seven of Slovenia's last eight home games.

Kosovo can bounce back

Kosovo 3.30 v Greece 2.44 ; The Draw 3.20
Kick off 19:45

Kosovo were disappointing against Moldova, but look too big here given their home form.

Of their last ten home games, Kosovo have only lost to England (P10 W7 D2 L1). Having beaten the Czech Republic in their Euro 2020 qualifier, Kosovo are worth backing cautiously at 2.30 in the Draw No Bet market.

Latvia rarely score

Malta 4.20 v Latvia 1.86; The Draw 3.10
Kick off 19:45

Malta came agonisingly close to beating Faroe Islands, before succumbing to a tenth straight loss.

Latvia are worthy favourites, but far too unreliable to back at these odds. Their lack of scoring power could be the key to finding value. Latvia have only scored in five of their last 17 games and under 1.5 goals is 7/4.

Turks can claim point

Serbia 2.04 v Turkey 3.90; The Draw 3.40
Kick off 19:45

While Serbia's away defeat to Russia was no great surprise, Turkey were expected to beat Hungary.

Turkey twice avoided defeat against the World Cup holders France in Euro 2020 qualifying and the loss to Hungary was only their second defeat in 14 games (W9 D3). With Serbia also in good form, the draw could land here at 3.40.

Ukraine's recent record matches Spain

Spain 1.54 v Ukraine 6.60; The Draw 4.70
Kick off 19:45

Spain grabbed a late equaliser against Germany to extend their unbeaten run to twelve games (W9 D3). With home advantage they deserve to be favourites, but it does seem like Ukraine are being underestimated here.

Ukraine's 2-1 win over Switzerland on Thursday, means that they are also unbeaten in twelve (W8 D4), which includes two games against the European Championship and Nations League holders Portugal (W1 D1). The draw looks far too big at 4.70.

Germany to grab first win

Switzerland 5.00 v Germany 1.89; The Draw 3.60
Kick off 19:45

Germany came very close to beating Spain, only conceding an equaliser in the 95th minute.

Switzerland have already lost to inferior opposition than Germany, who won all four of their away qualifiers for Euro 2020. This included a 3-2 win in Holland and odds of 1.89 for Germany to win this one look like good value.

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