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Nations League - Football: Tuesday Betting Preview

England return to action during Tuesday's UEFA Nations League action, while there are three other matches to come from League A, including the Netherlands' clash with Wales.

There are a total of 12 fixtures planned as the first round of Nations League fixtures ends ahead of the summer break.

Three Lions hoping to get off the mark

What: England v Hungary, Nations League

Where: Molineux, Wolverhampton

When: 19:45, Tuesday 14th June 2022

How to watch: Channel 4

Odds: England 1/4, Hungary 11/1, Draw 17/4

Gareth Southgate's England will hope to pick up their first win in the Nations League at the fourth attempt when they host Hungary at Molineux.

The Three Lions were below their best during Saturday's goalless draw with Italy, while Hungary did well to hold Germany to a 1-1 draw.

England have struggled to get going in recent weeks under Southgate, failing to win any of their matches so far, while Hungary recorded a shock 1-0 victory over them on home soil last week.

Thankfully for Southgate, England are unbeaten on home soil since October 2020, but they have shown no signs of scoring of late.

Hungary have managed to score in eight of their previous 10 matches on the road, and those backing England to win may want to consider both teams to score at the same time at 11/4.

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All to play for in Group A3

What: Germany v Italy, Nations League

Where: Borussia-Park, Monchengladbach

When: 19:45, Tuesday 14th June 2022

How to watch: Premier Sports 1

Odds: Germany 7/10, Italy 4/1, Draw 13/5

Germany could move to the top of Group A3 when they entertain Italy on home soil in the Nations League.

Like England, Hansi Flick's Germany have yet to win a game so far in the tournament, but unlike the Three Lions, they have yet to lose.

Germany last tasted defeat at Euro 2020, when they lost 2-0 to England, and they have since enjoyed a 12-match unbeaten run.

They have drawn their last four matches 1-1, though, which suggests they are yet to find their groove under Flick when they step up against higher-class opposition.

After missing out on the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Italy have responded well, and they are unbeaten so far in the Nations League.

While Italy have shown signs of life under Roberto Mancini, they have failed to score in three of their previous four away from home, and a home win to nil could be the way to go at 7/4.

Van Gaal's side to rule supreme

What: Netherlands v Wales, Nations League

Where: Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam

When: 19:45, Tuesday 14th June 2022

How to watch: BoxNation

Odds: Netherlands 1/3, Wales 8/1, Draw 4/1

The Netherlands could cement their spot at the top of Group A4 on Tuesday if they beat Wales in Rotterdam.

Louis van Gaal's troops have collected seven points from their three matches, while Wales have struggled despite qualifying for Qatar.

Robert Page's side have only secured one point from their opening three contests, and they need a positive result to keep within touching distance of Belgium and Poland, who sit second and third, respectively.

Page has been forced to rotate his team due to their exploits in the Nations League and World Cup qualifiers, and it is tough to know what starting XI he will name.

The Netherlands have looked a lot more impressive in front of goal, though, and over 2.5 goals looks likely at 8/11, while both teams to score can be backed at 1/1.

Poland hoping to earn Belgium's respect

What: Poland v Belgium, Nations League

Where: Stadion Narodowy, Warsaw

When: 19:45, Tuesday 14th June 2022

How to watch: Premier Sports Extra

Odds: Poland 12/5, Belgium 23/20, Draw 12/5

Roberto Martinez's side were humbled at the start of their Nations League campaign, but they will have every confidence they can overcome Poland away from home on Tuesday.

Belgium thrashed Tuesday's opponents 6-1 earlier this month but Martinez will not be able to call upon the services of Kevin De Bruyne, Yannick Carrasco and Thomas Meunier.

Both Dedryck Boyata and Axel Witsel are injury doubts, and with Belgium's squad not as strong as it was for the first meeting, Poland will fancy their chances of gaining revenge.

A score draw is available at 7/2, while Belgium are 4/6 in the double chance market.

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