This weekend, club teams take a back seat to UEFA Nations League Matches. Saturday’s most interesting battle is France versus Portugal. The defending champs are hoping to make it two World Cups in a row. Will Portugal show they have the goods to make a Cup run in 2022? On Sunday, England takes another crack at Belgium. Check out analysis and picks for France-Portugal and England-Belgium as well some of the other top matchups this week in the UEFA Nations League. That said, let’s get right to it so you can go and make your bets against our Soccer odds.
Top European Soccer Matches for This Weekend | Nov. 14th & 15th
UEFA Nations Leagues Matches
- When: Saturday, Nov. 14 – Sunday, Nov. 15
Saturday, Nov. 14 Matches
- Croatia +152 / Sweden +177
Croatia beat Sweden 2-1 in the first match on October 11. The Croatians followed up the win with a 1-2 loss to France. Sweden dropped a match 0-3 to Portugal. Although Croatia should win, the Swedes played well in the last head-to-head. Give the dog a shot.
Soccer Free Pick: Sweden
- Spain -114 / Switzerland +301
Switzerland has 3 losses and a couple of draws in their last 5 matches. The Spanish lost to the Ukraine. Before that, they had beaten Switzerland 1-0. The Spanish appear set to take another versus the Swiss at better than fair odds.
Soccer Free Pick: Spain
- Ukraine +1 ½ (-111) / Germany -1 ½ (-119)
On Oct. 10, Germany beat Ukraine 2-0. The best Germany could do in their follow-up match was draw 3-3 versus Switzerland. That makes Ukraine the play at +1 ½.
Soccer Free Pick: Ukraine
- France +183 / Portugal +106
Portugal has 3 wins and 2 draws in their last 5. France has 4 wins and a draw in their last 5. The Parisians draw occurred versus each other on Oct. 11. France has played great since early September. But they face a Portugal squad that’s in great form after a 3-0 win against Sweden. Take the better odds on the Portuguese.
Soccer Free Pick: Portugal
Sunday, Nov. 15 Matches
- Scotland +160 / Slovakia +161
This is a tough match. Scotland barely beat Slovakia 1-0 in the last head-to-head. Slovakia followed that up with a 2-3 loss to Israel. Scotland has gone 4-0 SU in their last 4. They drew with Israel on Sep. 4. This is a toss-up. Because the odds don’t favor one team over the other, back the proven squad. That’s Scotland.
Soccer Free Pick: Scotland
- Russia +177 / Turkey +150
It’s difficult to have faith in either one of these teams, which is why the draw is the play. Russia has drawn in their last couple of UEFA Nations League matches. Turkey has drawn in their last 4 matches overall.
Soccer Free Pick: Draw
- Iceland +1 (-102) / Denmark -1 (-129)
Denmark dominated Iceland 3-0 on Oct. 11. The Danish are on a 3-match winning streak while Iceland is 1-4 SU in their last 5. Lay the goal.
Soccer Free Pick: Denmark
- Norway +118 / Romania +216
It’s difficult to understand why Norway offers above even money odds, but we’re not complaining. The Norwegians have won 3-of-4, including beating Romania 4-0 on Oct. 11. They should roll to at least a goal victory on Sunday.
Soccer Free Pick: Norway
- Poland +371 / Italy -133
These two drew in the last match. Since then, Poland scored a 3-0 win against Bosnia and Herzegovina and Italy has a 1-1 draw versus the Netherlands. Italy offers underlay odds. So, if you play this match, either go with Poland or go with the draw. We’re taking a shot on Poland.
Soccer Free Pick: Poland
- England +195 / Belgium +129
England beat Belgium 2-1 in the first head-to-head. Belgium could turn it around against the English on Sunday, though. The Belgians will have the best player on the pitch in Kevin De Bruyne. Unless De Bruyne doesn’t play, Belgium should get it done.
Soccer Free Pick: Belgium
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