With the 2020/2021 season of the UEFA Nations League being in full swing, the midweek fixtures are jam-packed with exciting games. Fortunately, punters can wager on these games at Betway and other leading bookies. Here are UEFA Nations League predictions for Matchday 4 of the group stages.
Azerbaijan vs. Cyprus
The game between Azerbaijan vs. Cyprus is expected to be a close contest between the two teams. Azerbaijan has had their ups downs in the nation's league, with beating Cyprus while losing to Luxembourg and Montenegro. The main aim of Azeri is to get back on course in group 1. They are likely to have a tough match against Cyprus. The Cyprus side's bad news is that Qarabag attacker Mahir Emreli will not play since he has an injury.
On the other hand, Cyprus is on the seven game losing run in all competitions ahead of the trip to Baku. The Cyprus side is eager to give the fans something to cheer about. Given both teams' formation, placing a draw in the best way would be the best prediction. In the last match, Azerbaijan defeated Cyprus 1-0.
Latvia vs. Malta
Latvia managed to go five games unbeaten as they marked their third consecutive draw last weekend while playing against Faroe Island. The team is expected to host Malta on Tuesday, hoping to extend their run against the visitors who also secured a draw last Saturday.
None of the two teams is flush with goals, considering that Latvia's last six matches haven't produced more than two goals. With that in mind, Betway punters should expect a low scoring affair with Under 2.5 goals.
Germany vs. Switzerland
Germany is without a doubt the superior team in this match, leaving Switzerland as the underdog. The two neighbouring nations will face each other at RheinEnergieStadion in what is anticipated to be a fascinating encounter.
Joachim Low's squad did well to beat Ukraine on the road in round three, making the team progress to the second position in the standing. The Germans are now on a quest to overtake Spain in first place in Group 4, and they are likely to give it they're all in Switzerland on Tuesday night.
The Switzerland team is expected to bounce back after suffering a loss against Spain. But that remains easier said than done. The highly anticipated team to win is Germany in this encounter.
Finland vs. Ireland
Finland and Ireland battled it out on a tight gamer last month, with the Finns returning home from Dublin with a 1-0 win. The Republic's lack of goals and creativity has continued ailing them since then, having gone for four games without a win and failing to score in the last three.
Wednesday's encounter at the Olympia Stadium will be a little more open than their reverse fixture, considering that Ireland is almost out. However, they could turn things around if they win against the Finns and beat Wales for the top spot. Ireland is confident for good results, so there might be value in wagering for both teams to score.