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On Friday at 8.45 p.m. Luka Modrić’s Croatia hosts Harry Kane’s England in Rijeka. Then on Saturday at 8.45 p.m., the Republic of Ireland need a result when they welcome Denmark, while at the same time old rivals Netherlands and Germany meet in Amsterdam!

Will England roar to victory against recent rivals Croatia?

Gareth Southgate’s England (@2.70) will be out for revenge against a Croatian (@2.60) side who knocked them out of the WC semi-finals in extra-time in Russia just a few months ago. The Three Lions did not get off to a great start in their first Group A4 game in the UEFA Nations League, losing 2-1 against Spain. The Spanish romped to a 6-0 victory over Croatia to take control of the Group with both England and Croatia needing a big performance to stay in contention. Expect to see some new faces in the English setup with youngsters Lewis Dunk, Jadon Sancho, Mason Mount and James Maddison all included in the squad. Friday night's game in Rijeka will be played behind closed doors, with Croatia serving the second of a two-game punishment. Could this give England a slight edge here?

How will Demark cope without star player Eriksen?

Another side seeking retribution will be the Republic of Ireland (@2.95), as it seeks to avenge its World Championship play-off drubbing when it faces Denmark (@2.45) in Group B4. Tottenham’s playmaker Christian Eriksen stole the show for Denmark in the 5-1 demolition at the Aviva Stadium last November. Eriksen was again key, scoring twice, in Denmark’s 2-0 victory on matchday 1 of the Nations League against Wales. However, the Spurs star has been ruled out of Saturday’s game with an abdominal injury. The Boys in Green currently lie bottom of their Nations League group after being easily beaten by Wales on a 4-1 scoreline in Cardiff last month. Will the absence of Eriksen tip the advantage in the Republic of Ireland’s favour here?

Who will make the difference when two European giants meet?

Two of Europe’s traditional heavyweights prepare to do battle in Amsterdam, as the Netherlands (@3.25) host Germany (@2.05) in Group A1. Head coach Ronald Koeman has made significant personal changes since his appointment after the Netherlands failed to qualify for the last two major international tournaments. PSV Eindhoven forward Steven Bergwijn, defender Denzel Dumfries and midfielder Pablo Rosario along with Club Brugge winger Arnaut Danjuma Groeneveld have been included in the squad, as the Dutch look to replace the now-retired Arjen Robben, Wesley Sneijder and Robin van Persie. The Netherlands lost to reigning world champion France 2-1 in its opening match, while Germany kicked off its campaign with a 0-0 draw against France in Munich last month. Due to injuries sustained, the Germans will be without Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus, Manchester City midfielder İlkay Gündoğan and Chelsea defender Antonio Rüdiger.

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