Sunday’s Nations League Tips – Three Predictions from the Sunday International Matches

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Watching European giants England suffer a stunning League A relegation on Friday night, the Nations League has certainly thrown up some interesting stories this year and it isn’t long before the 2022 World Cup kicks-off in Qatar.

As we inch closer to the final round of fixtures, countries from across the continent still have plenty left to play for over the coming days.

So, for those of you looking to place a Nations League accumulator on Sunday, we have found a handful of noteworthy footy tips that are worth keeping an eye out for, coming off the back of my Thursday night 7/1 winner where all three tips landed.

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17:00 Azerbaijan vs Kazakhstan

While Kazakhstan might have been heartbroken back in March as they saw their chances of securing a Nations League promotion go up in smoke, it appears that was just a minor blip for Magomed Adiyev’s high-flying squad.

Grabbing a late 2-1 win at home against Belarus earlier in the week, the Hawks have already clinched top spot in League C3 after a remarkable purple patch.

In fact, dropping just a single point throughout this year’s tournament, Sunday’s guests are enjoying an eight-match unbeaten run across all competitions – a run that stems back to November 13th.

Getting their Nations League adventure off to a routine start as they picked up a 2-0 victory against Azerbaijan three months ago, Kazakhstan will be looking to keep up their stellar run of form this weekend.

Although Azerbaijan might have marked their return from the summer break with a shock 2-1 victory away at Slovakia in midweek, there is no doubt that Gianni De Biasi’s side faces a tough task here.

Mustering just a single victory on home soil from any of their previous 16 attempts, it is also Kazakhstan who hold a rampant record against Sunday’s opponents.

Including that 2-0 win back on June 3rd, the Hawks have won each of their last three meetings against Azerbaijan by an aggregate score of 6-0.

Prediction: Kazakhstan double chance @ 7/10 with Bet365


19:45 Austria vs Croatia

Although Croatia might have found themselves in the midst of a rather public struggle 18 months ago, the Blazers have enjoyed an impressive resurge over recent times.

Last seen earlier in the week putting in another rugged display as they grabbed a 2-1 victory at home against Denmark, Zlatko Dalić’s men are sat in pole position to book their spot in the knockout stage.

Gaining plenty of praise from across Europe on either side of the summer break, Sunday’s guests open their final League A1 showdown holding a one-point buffer over the Danes.

With the mood in their camp likely to be at a red-hot high following an eye-catching performance a few days ago, Croatia have now won each of their last three Nations League appearances on the spin.

On a run that is highlighted by a famous 1-0 victory away at defending world champions France on June 13th, Dalić’s side will simply be looking to finish off the job here.

While Austria might have opened this year’s Nations League adventure with a flurry against Sunday’s opponents, Ralf Rangnick’s men have failed to keep up that momentum.

Marking their return to action with a 2-0 loss away at Les Blues in midweek, the ex-Manchester United boss has seen his squad pick up just a single win from any of their last seven contests across all competitions.

Prediction: Croatia draw no bet @ 19/20 with Betfair


19:45 Faroe Islands vs Turkey

While Turkey might have been disappointed after settling for an action-packed 3-3 draw at home against Luxembourg in midweek, that result shouldn’t dampen the mood in Stefan Kuntz’s camp.

Despite falling at the final hurdle back in March as they failed to book a World Cup ticket, the Crescent-Stars have enjoyed a real Nations League romp this year.

Along with opening this season’s tournament with a thumping 4-0 victory against Sunday’s opponents, Turkey have mustered 13 points from their five League C1 appearances.

Already booking an immediate League B return with plenty of time to spare, Kuntz’s men have also continued to shine with their free-scoring displays in the final third.

Including a 6-0 victory away at Lithuania on June 7th, this weekend’s guests have notched 17 Nations League strikes and will be looking to sign off their campaign with another statement here.

Likewise, putting in a downbeat display earlier in the week as they played out a 1-1 draw away at European whipping boys Lithuania, the Faroe Islands will know that they face a huge challenge on Sunday night.

Winning just a pair of their previous 12 matchups across all competitions, Turkey side are rightfully tipped as a standout pick this weekend.

Prediction: Turkey to score in both halves @ 21/20 with Ladbrokes


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