Football Tips: Tuesday night’s 21/1 Both Teams to Score Nations League acca

Our tipster Paddy Murphy has dug up a Goals Galore 21/1 Both Teams to Score Acca for Tuesday night's Nations League games

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Portugal vs Spain: Both Teams to Score & Over 2.5 Goals
Switzerland vs Czech Republic: Both Teams to Score, No
Norway vs Serbia: Both Teams to Score, No Draw
Sweden vs Slovenia: Both Teams to Score, No & Under 2.5 Goals

*An Acca with these selections pays at approximately 21/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

Tuesday night sees the curtain coming down on this campaign’s Nations League and we’ve gone through all of the fixtures and found a value-packed four-fold Acca. In Group Two of League A, Portugal face Spain with top spot on the line while Switzerland face Czech Republic with the away side playing for their survival. In League B we have Norway fighting it out with Serbia for bragging rights in Group Four while Sweden travel to Slovenia trying to avoid relegation. All games kick off at 7.45pm UK time. 

Portugal vs Spain: Both Teams to Score & Over 2.5 Goals

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As it stands Portugal top Group Two in League A on 10 points after their five games and thanks to their goal difference a draw result here should see them taking top spot. However, Spain will be fired up to get back to winning ways after shockingly going 1-2 down to Switzerland at home on Saturday last. The Portuguese have won three, drawn one and lost one over their last five fixtures, scoring 11 while conceding two. On home soil they’re in good shape; winning four of their last five, losing the other one, scoring a very healthy 12 while conceding just three and keeping three clean sheets over those five matches. 

Spain have won two, drawn two and lost one over their last five, scoring seven and conceding five while on their away jaunts have won four and drawn one, scoring eight and conceding three, also keeping three clean sheets. Of course, this is a derby game and interestingly, all five of their most recent meetings have ended level over 90 minutes with Spain winning one penalty shoot-out at the 2012 Euros. With both teams in robust goal-scoring form and a Playoff place up for grabs we’re looking at Both Teams to Score and Over 2.5 Goals here. 

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Switzerland vs Czech Republic: Both Teams to Score, No

Should Spain lose in Braga to Portugal the Swiss could finish in second place so long as they also take the three points on offer here. They put in a very solid defensive performance against the Spanish on Saturday last, surrendering much of the possession but hitting the Spaniads hard on their counters up the pitch. Murat Yakin’s side have only won two of their last five games however, losing the other three but on home soil are enjoying a good spell of form, winning three of their last five played there, drawing one and losing one, scoring eight while conceding just two.

The Czech Republic will be licking their wounds after a disastrous 0-4 home loss to Portugal on Saturday night and have won just one of their last five fixtures, drawing one and losing three. Away from home results are only slightly better with one win, two draws (losing one in Extra Time) and two losses where they scored just three and conceded six. Thanks to that goal-scoring record we can’t see them scoring here. 

Norway vs Serbia: Both Teams to Score, No Draw

Well this one should be a tasty affair with two of Europe’s form strikers, Erling Haaland and Aleksandar Mitrovic, battling it out to take the top spot in League B, Group Four. It couldn’t be more evenly-poised going into the game, both sides have won three, drawn one and lost one over their five respective Nations League fixtures so far but Norway lead the group thanks to beating Serbia in the reverse fixtures last June. The Norwegians have won three, drawn one and lost one over their last five games and on home soil have now gone unbeaten over their last eight, winning three and drawing two of their last five, scoring 14 and conceding just two.

Serbia have won three, drawn one and lost one over their last five respective games, scoring 11 while conceding five. Over their recent away games they’ve also won three, drawn one and lost one, scoring six and conceding six as well. While a Draw would be enough for Norway the Serbs aren’t going to give up easily and with so much firepower up front for both sides we don’t see this one ending level so we’re going with the value here in the Both Teams to Score, No Draw market.

Sweden vs Slovenia: Both Teams to Score, No & Under 2.5 Goals 

Sweden are playing for their League B survival here but their form would suggest they’ll be banished to League C next campaign. The Swedes have won just one of their last five fixtures, scoring six goals while conceding 10. On home soil they’ve won two of their last five, drawing one (winning it in ET) and losing two, scoring seven while conceding just three. 

Slovenia will no doubt play for the draw here as they’ll survive in League B so long as they don’t lose. The away side will be confident though thanks to beating Norway 2-1 on Saturday last. They’ve won just one of their last five fixtures however, drawing two and losing two, scoring five while conceding nine. Away from home, they’ve drawn four and lost one, scoring just four goals while conceding seven. With both teams not exactly in the best of goal-scoring form, BTTS: No and Under 2.5 Goals has the best value here. 

Nations League Acca

Portugal vs Spain: Both Teams to Score & Over 2.5 Goals
Switzerland vs Czech Republic: Both Teams to Score, No
Norway vs Serbia: Both Teams to Score, No Draw
Sweden vs Slovenia: Both Teams to Score, No & Under 2.5 Goals

*An Acca with these selections pays at approximately 21/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

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