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Join us for the latest predictions, betting tips, match previews and analysis for the 2018/19 UEFA Nations League.
As well as looking ahead to individual matches for the UEFA Nations League, we will also consistently monitor the outright markets with winner, top scorer and more available as the tournament progresses.
Our team of dedicated writers will also use the international break to find doubles, trebles and even accumulators for the UEFA Nations League fixtures.
We have reached the finals stage of the first ever UEFA Nations League which will take place in Portugal in June this summer. England, having qualified above Spain and Croatia, will face off against a resurgent Netherlands whilst the hosts take on Switzerland for a place in the final.
So if you’re looking for UEFA Nations League semi-final predictions and betting tips as well as our tips and best odds for the final showdown then this is the place to come and we will also have plenty of features and opinion pieces as the countdown to Portugal begins.
Ahead of the first ever UEFA Nations League tournament, we will be providing football predictions and betting tips for every single match.
We’ll look at the squad selection of his country and consider that these matches are designed to be much more than just international friendly matches.
You can also find dedicated match predictions on our football previews page, packed with additional analysis on every fixture.
The inaugural UEFA Nations League will see the top European nations go head to head in a competition designed to help make international ‘friendly’ matches more competitive and interesting.
This will allow nations to compete with equally ranked teams, replacing the friendly matches from previous years. It is split up into League A, League B, League C & League D.
The four group winners of League A qualify for the UEFA Nations League finals in June 2019. The group winners in Leagues B, C and D will win promotion and those who finish bottom of the groups in Leagues A, B and C are relegated.