19:45 Sunday

Wales vs Poland – Both Teams to Score

After a dismal Nations League campaign which has seen Wales only pick up one point from five fixtures there is still hope they won’t get relegated if they can beat Poland on Sunday night.

Rob Page’s Wales has seen both teams to score in all of the Nations League games so far and whilst Poland have not scored in their previous two games, they know that getting an early goal will surely crush Wales’s dreams of staying in League A.

We expect a tight affair but both sides will have to go for it to secure their status in League A, so we are going to for both teams to score market here.

19:45 Sunday

Turkey win vs Faroe Islands

Turkey have so far cruised their Group having secured 13 points from five games and will be promoted regardless of the result against the Faroe Islands on Sunday.

Turkey have only tasted defeat three times in their last 14 home games and Faroe Islands have only won just one of their last 18 competitive away games.

Due to this we fancy a comfortable Turkey win on home soil.

19:45 Sunday

France win vs Denmark

France have seemly got their Nations League campaign back on track with a comfortable 2-0 win against Austria, but Didier Deschamps's side are not of the woods just yet.

If Austria can get a result against group leaders Croatia, then Les Blues will be relegated to League B, so France will be trying to secure all three points when they travel to Parken on Sunday.

Denmark could top the group if they beat France and Croatia fail to beat Austria, so they will also be trying to claim all three points.

The French team seemed to be back in form and full of confidence against Austria. You feel if they are firing on all cylinders, it could be a long night for Denmark, so we fancy France to claim the win here.

19:45 Sunday

Netherlands vs Belgium – Both Teams to Score

Pre-tournament favourites the Netherlands are currently leading the group by three points against Sunday opponents Belgium.

Louis van Gaal’s men also have a three-goal advantage on Belgium, so if Roberto Martínez’s Belgium stand any chance of making the finals they will need to put in a big performance.

The Netherlands have traditionally taken this competition very seriously having come runners-up in the inaugural competition and will see this as good World Cup preparation. 

Kevin De Bruyne has been in exquisite form for club and country, so far this season having already notched six assists and one goal in the Premier League already and the same can be said for his country with De Bruyne picking up a goal and assist in their 2-1 win over Wales.

This fixture has produced both teams to score in its last four fixtures including a comfortable 4-1 victory for the Netherlands back in June and because of this we are going to back both teams to score again.