Germany v Estonia
Estonia will pay a visit to Mainz on Tuesday night to take on Germany for their Euro 2020 Qualification Group C showdown. The hosts are looking to reclaim their spot in the top of the group from Northern Ireland, while the visitors will be hoping to pick up some points to add to their qualifying campaign. Germany are the heavy favourites to win the group, having a 100% record after winning 2 games where they dominated Belarus in a 2-0 win and Netherlands in a 3-2 victory on the road.
Since their disappointing World Cup performance and a satisfactory Nations League campaign, Germany managed to steady themselves after recent five undefeated runs which included a remarkable 3-2 victory against a burgeoning Dutch side. However, the hosts will be playing Tuesday’s match without manager Joachim Low once again after suffering from a contused artery that has left him sidelined for a month. Instead, they will be spearheaded by assistant coach Marcus Sorg who led Germany’s 2-0 victory against Belarus over the weekend. The hosts will be without Marc Andre ter Stegen and Toni Kroos, who were both left out of the Euro 2020 qualifiers lineup because of a knee and muscular issue, respectively.
Meanwhile, Estonia also suffered an awful run in the Nations League, winning just once while also being dropped to Division D. On the bright side, their current form has definitely improving as they were able to pick up two victories in their previous five which included a 2-1 victory on the road against Scandinavian rivals, Finland. However, Estonia will come into this game as 4th placers in their group. There’s no question that Germany are the stronger team here, but the visitors shouldn’t be underestimated though. There have been a lot of unexpected things that already took place in European football this season.
Belgium v Scotland
Scotland will face the mountainous challenge of upsetting one of the best attacking teams, Belgium, when they travel to Brussels in their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign on Tuesday evening. The hosts will enter this game off the back of three comfortable victories. It is obvious that Belgium are the massive favourites to beat Scotland on Tuesday. The hosts have been very solid in terms of their attacking play, winning all of their opening three fixtures to top the group with 9 points.
Roberto Martinez and his men will definitely be in high spirits and will have no problem cruising past Scotland. Belgium have been remarkable as they edged Kazakhstan in a 3-0 victory at Heysel Stadium. Furthermore, they have a good record at home, winning five of their last seven home qualifiers for both the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship.
On the other hand, Scotland’s new boss Steve Clarke will certainly be determined to create a productive and improved performance against their opponents. Scotland have managed to win two matches in a row, but that victories has come from fixtures against Cyprus and San Marino. A home victory is on the cards for Tuesday’s game between these two. Compared to Belgium, Scotland just lack the attacking quality their opponents have. Furthermore, Belgium have several star players included in their lineup. Still, it would be interesting to see how the battle between these two nations will play out.
Italy v Bosnia And Herzegovina
Italy will be definitely be aiming to build on their 3-0 victory against Greece when they welcome Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Allianz Stadium on Tuesday for their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign. The hosts certainly want to keep their 100% record in Group J undamaged and they have the means to do so. Italy, of course, are the favourites to win this match. The Italians are leading the Group J after acquiring the maximum amount of point from securing the victory in all of their three opening games.
Roberto Mancini and his men managed to dominate the likes of Greece, Liechtenstein, and Finland while scoring 11 goals along the way. They are yet to concede a goal and could easily drive past their opponents. Furthermore, they have several attacking options that they could rely on to secure the win here and they will most certainly adopt an attack-minded approach. Their opponents shouldn’t be underestimated though as they also have quite a solid defensive line and have been a team that are hard to score against.
Despite their good defence, Bosnia have been struggling to find their best attacking form this year. They failed to impress against Finland over the weekend when they succumb to a frustrating 2-0 loss. Furthermore, they only won just once from their past five fixtures. With an opponent like Italy, it will definitely be tough for Edin Dzeko and company to secure the victory without a cold, hard fight.
It’s interesting to see how the battle between these six nations will play out! Which team are you rooting for? Place your Asian handicap bets with our partner VOdds and have access to the best online sports odds and prices in the market to boost the chances of your chosen team.