The oddschecker team have picked out a 11/2 Monday treble covering action in the UEFA Nations League.
Hungary vs Italy – Half Time Draw
Hungary claimed their first competitive win over Germany since 1954 and currently sit two points ahead of Italy in League A Group 3.
The Azzurri have a depleted side but still managed a 1-0 victory, seeing off a dire England side on Friday and will be hoping to snatch three points here to make their way into the Nations League finals.
Both these teams will play a 3-5-2 formation. Mancini’s men have only scored nine goals in their last nine games and five of Hungary’s last seven games have contained under 2.5 goals, while the hosts have lost just two of their last 10 games including friendlies.
It certainly promises to be a tight affair in Budapest and given both teams will not want to give too much away in the opening half, we fancy a draw at halftime to be the angle to go for here.
England vs Germany – Under 2.5 Goals
Both sides will be disappointed with how their Nations League campaigns have gone, it will be a game of pride when England face Germany tonight.
After a shocking performance against Italy on Friday, Southgate might be inclined to freshen it up and make some changes across the whole pitch.
Germany have struggled on the road in these Nations League games, having not won a single away game, with under 2.5 goals in all of those games.
England play a fine margin brand of football under Southgate, and with Germany’s poor away record, we are going with the under 2.5 goals market.
Romania vs Bosnia – Under 2.5 Goals
Bosnia have already secured the group and will be promoted to League A when the next edition of the Nations League begins whereas Romania need a win to secure their status in League B.
Edward Iordănescu’s Romania have seen under 2.5 goals in all but one of their Nations League games so far, and the same can be said for Bosnia. Ivaylo Petev’s men have also struggled away from home, drawing 1-1 in their last two attempts as well.
We are going with the under 2.5 goals market again here. Romania don’t have the firepower to blow any team away, but will certainly try and push Bosnia to secure their status in League B.