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16.11.2018

A juicy encounter between Netherlands and France is set to take place on Friday at 8.45 p.m. Wales and Denmark also battle it out for top spot on Friday, while evenly matched Italy and Portugal meet on Saturday at 8.45 p.m.!

League A Group 1: Netherlands (@2.80) versus France (@2.30)

As things stand, the Netherlands can still finish top of the group, but it needs a victory against the world champion and then another win away against rival Germany in the final game of the group. Les Bleus, meanwhile, will be confirmed as group winners with a draw in this game. Didier Deschamps' team will be confident of getting the necessary result, considering they are unbeaten in 15 matches. The Dutch seem to be returning to the top table of European football after recent disappointing qualifying campaigns. Oranje registered important wins against Germany and in Portugal, and collected draws away to Italy and Belgium. Ronald Koeman’s men have lost just one of their last eight games. France, however, remain their scourge, having administered the last two competitive losses on the Dutch.

League A Group 3: Italy (@2.15) v Portugal (3.35)

After losing 1-0 to Portugal in his opening game in charge, Roberto Mancini picked up a key 1-0 win against Poland to ensure survival in Group A3. Now only a win against the 2016 European Champions will be enough to keep their qualification hopes alive. Even if they lose in the San Siro, Portugal will get a second chance to finish top if they win at home to Poland next week. Surprisingly, the usually strong home side, Italy are winless in five home matches. Portugal will once more be without the services of Cristiano Ronaldo, however with three wins from three since his absence, it looks like their reliance on their all-time time scorer is lessening. If Italy wins, Portugal can still finish top with a home win on Tuesday over Poland, which has already been relegated after picking up just one point from its first three games.

League B Group 4: Wales (@2.60) v Denmark (@2.80)

in League B, Wales and Denmark are facing off with first place up for grabs and a place in the Nations League play-offs next year. It's a case of winner takes all in Cardiff, with promotion the prize for whoever comes out on top. Denmark has only played two matches so far in the competition, are undefeated and have yet to concede a single goal. The Danes, having lost just once in 23 games, could take a draw then beat the Republic of Ireland on Monday to go up. They will look for inspiration from playmaker Christian Eriksen, who has scored 15 times in his last 20 internationals, including both unanswered goals in the reverse fixture. Meanwhile Ryan Giggs’ Welsh outfit will be encouraged by the inclusion of Gareth Bale & Aaron Ramsey, who missed the 1-0 win against Ireland through injury.

Weekend Multi Bet: let’s finish up today with a tempting 4-match accumulator on the action from the UEFA Nations League. Home wins for Greece (versus Finland), Austria (versus Bosnia & Herzegovina), Turkey (versus Sweden) and Slovakia (versus Ukraine) gives juicy betting value @19.68 here!

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