International football takes centre stage this weekend and Form Labs are here to bring you their Euro 2020 qualifier accumulator.
Form Labs have given their betting tips for the International action with an accumulator including Virgil & Gini’s Netherlands to win! You can find this & a range of enhanced odds for the weekend’s football on site here.
Netherlands v Germany (Sunday 19:45)
The Netherlands cruised to a 4-0 victory over Belarus on Thursday with Memphis Depay, Georginio Wijnaldum and Vigil van Dijk getting onto the scoresheet. The two Liverpool players are amongst the more experienced players in this team, though how on earth van Dijk only has 25 international caps at the age of 27 is beyond our understanding. Ronald Koeman’s outfit already have recent form against Die Mannschaft having drawn on the road and beaten them 3-0 in Amsterdam during the UEFA Nations League, while also downing France 2-0 when the World champions visited, and can kick on with another triumph against a German side currently going through transition. Indeed, the visitors have only won four of their last 16 matches now, including defeats in each of their last three road trips, as their 1-1 draw hosting Serbia on Wednesday (where they trailed for over an hour) leaves them with plenty of convincing to do.
Northern Ireland v Belarus (Sunday 19:45)
Michael O’Neill’s men struggled in their UEFA Nations League B group as they were paired with Bosnia-Herzegovina and Austria, but they got their qualification campaign off to a solid start with a 2-0 win over Estonia on Thursday. Things didn’t go so swimmingly for Belarus, who were flattened 4-0 in Amsterdam, and though they had been picking up results prior to that, they’d encountered some pretty soft opposition. They’ve lost 11 of 14 road trips in qualifiers since 2012, including all five in their attempts to make the last World Cup as they even went down to Luxembourg. By contrast, Northern Ireland have gone W8-D2-L2 over the past two campaigns on home turf, winning four of six games during the most recent World Cup qualifiers as they only lost to Germany and then Switzerland in the play-offs.
Slovenia v Macedonia (Sunday 19:45)
Other than one freak result where they lost 4-0 on the road in Armenia, Macedonia have been in excellent form since the start of 2017 as they’re W11-D5-L2 over this period, with the other defeat a 2-1 loss hosting Spain. They’ve won six of their last seven following a win over Latvia on Thursday, and though they benefited from a soft UEFA Nations League group featuring Gibraltar, Armenia and Liechtenstein, they’ve achieved other notable results in recent times including stalemates with Turkey and Italy, as well as wins over Norway and Israel. Meanwhile, Slovenia have only managed one win over 12 fixtures since October 2017 (W1-D5-L6), with the root cause of their issues a lack of output in the final third. They’ve netted more than once in just one of their last 10, but they’ve been tough to break down of late with each of their last four fixtures versus Cyprus, Norway, Bulgaria and Israel all finishing 1-1.