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Serbia v Spain U21 Euro 2017 Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd June 2017

Niguez (Spain)
Serbia v Spain Betting Preview - U21 Euro 2017 23rd June Spain will win Group B at the U21 European Championships even if they lose this one. Having won their opening two games are just are on cruise control here with the goals flying in all over the place. Even if Serbia managed to pull out a victory in this one, then it probably wouldn't help them get through to the next round so this may have the feel of a dead rubber. Online betting site Bet365 offer great 0-0 bore draw insurance on matches which you can take advantage of. Place a pre-match correct score, scorecast or half-time/full-time wager on a match and if the game ends goalless then the bookmaker will refund lost stakes on the selected markets with a free bet. This applies to all matches in their sportsbook. Register an account with the award winning Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them and enjoy top features like live sports streams, extensive live in play betting and partial cash out options on live bets.

Serbia v Spain Betting Tips

There has been no stopping Spain who are really enjoying themselves at this tournament and no-one will want to meet them in the semi finals. They are top of the group after banking back to back wins, opening with a 5-0 win over Macedonia and then they showed their quality again in taking down their strongest group challengers Portugal in a 3-1 win. Saul has netted in both games now for the Spaniards and he is a quote of 11/5 in the anytime goalscorer market, with Sandro Ramirez and Borja Mayoral as joint 5/4 favourites. Spain have plenty of scoring power in their ranks. Spain to win to nil at bet365 is a good price of 7/4 as well and they have been on cruise control. They are currently running on a four match winning streak and they are unbeaten in their last six games. Spain will likely go and really express themselves in this game and run up a few goals. In the bet365 correct score market, the sheets priced option is a Spain 1-0 win but the 3-0 win for them is likely going to have some appeal at a price of 11/1. Regardless of whatever happens in this game, Serbia will be heading home even if they were to pick up a win in this one. Over 2.5 goals in the game at bet365 is a 4/6 quote and Serbia have won just the one of their last six games played in a W1 D2 L3 record. So they aren't particularly strong and they opened with a 2-0 loss against Portugal and then drew 2-2 with Macedonia, the group outsiders. So they are ready to pack their bags and it will probably see them change their starting line up as well and that means that Spain will probably tear them apart. A Spain U21/Spain U21 half time/full time wager is a price of 13/10.

Serbia v Spain Betting Odds

Spain 4/7, Draw 14/5, Serbia 5/1

Serbia v Spain Predictions

Spain to win: The Spaniards are looking pretty strong at the moment and they are just flying along, and even if they don’t go full force at this one, you can go over 2.5 goals and a Spain victory in the game.
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Macedonia v Spain Predictions & Betting Odds – 11th June 2017

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Macedonia v Spain Betting Preview - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers 11th June The Spaniards have to keep up their momentum in Group G of World Cup 2018 qualification. They were lucky enough to be drawn in an easy group, however, they haven’t been able to shake off the attentions of Italy who are level on points with them going into this one. Macedonia have managed to pick up just the three points in their campaign so far and have lost their two previous home games against the Spaniards. Online betting site Coral offers a Bet & Get Club for their customers. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!

Macedonia v Spain Betting Tips

Macedonia really are not in the qualification picture at all and you won’t be seeing them at the World Cup 2018 that’s for sure. They have collected just the three points in their qualification effort so far and that came in an away win over bottom side Liechtenstein. Three of their seven goals entered in qualification were scored in that one match so they aren’t a major threat of course. At home in the qualification campaign, Macedonia have lost against Italy and Israel so far, but both defeats were only by a one goal margin. Spain to win by a one goal margin at Coral is a price of 10/3 and looks decent value. Spain have won their last two visits to Macedonia by that very margin. Macedonia have gone W2 D1 L3 in their last six games played and are unbeaten in their last three. They have taken a clean sheet in each of their three games following their 4-0 away defeat in Spain during qualification. Spain are clear favourites for this one and they are going to take some stopping. They need to keep going at the top of the table to keep Italy off their tails. The Spaniards have gone W4 D2 in their last six games, dropping just the two points in qualification so far in an away draw with Italy. They have been on point aside from that and they have rattled off 19 goals in their five matches so far. That having been said, only three of those have come away from home. Away from home in the group, Spain took a 1-1 draw in Italy and beat Albania 2-0. So you can expect a low scoring game. In the bet365 correct score market a Spain 2-0 option is at 4/1 while the 1-0 win for them, which was the scoreline on their last visit there, is a price of 6/1. Diego Costa and Vitolo are joint top scorers for Spain so far in the group and they are 4/6 and 6/5 in the anytime goalscorer market respectively.

Macedonia v Spain Betting Odds

Spain 1/7, Draw 13/2, Macedonia 18/1

Macedonia v Spain Predictions

Spain to win: This is just going to be a test of Spain’s patience more than anything. They are a class above the Macedonians and have won their last two visits there by a one goal margin. Look for a repeat of that.
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Spain v Colombia Predictions & Betting Odds – 7th June 2017

Morata (Spain)
Spain v Colombia Betting Preview - International Friendly 7th June A nice workout for Spain here at home as they try and get themselves back into gear ahead of a World Cup qualifier on the weekend when they travel to Macedonia. Colombia have been going well in their quest to make it to Russia next summer in the World Cup, but they aren’t playing competitively again until August so that may mean they won't be near top gear for this one. Online betting site Bet365 offer great 0-0 bore draw insurance on matches which you can take advantage of. Place a pre-match correct score, scorecast or half-time/full-time wager on a match and if the game ends goalless then the bookmaker will refund lost stakes on the selected markets with a free bet. This applies to all matches in their sportsbook. Register an account with the award winning Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them and enjoy top features like live sports streams, extensive live in play betting and partial cash out options on live bets.

Spain v Colombia Betting Tips

Spain have not been able to shake off the attentions of Italy in their World Cup qualifying group as they sit level on points at the top of the pile with the Azzurri. Spain are top though over the Italians by a vastly superior goal difference. Their next qualification game comes up on the weekend as they take on Macedonia in the qualifiers, so will have a nice warm up in this one for that. Spain have gone W4 D2 in their last six games played and they did win their last friendly match which was away in France. That was a big return to confidence for them and this is a game which they will be expected to win as well. In the correct score market at bet365 the shortest priced option is a Spain 1-0 win for a price of 5/1 and that was the result the last time that these two met, back in a 2011 friendly. There is plenty of goalscoring options around for Spain with Alvaro Morata as 13/10 anytime goalscorer favourite with Iago Aspas at 6/4. Because the Spaniards don't give up a lot of goals, Spain to win to nil at Bet365 is a quote of 11/8. Colombia have not played a game since a friendly against Brazil back in January, so they can be forgiven if they are a bit rusty. They don’t play competitively again until the back end of August when CONMEBOL World Cup 2018 qualification resumes. Colombia have have gone W2 D2 L2 in their last six games so have been a bit hit and miss and both teams have scored in just one of their last six as well. Both teams not to score at bet365 in this friendly with Spain is a solid 8/11 punt. Colombia are currently sat in second place in World Cup qualifying in their group, having been helped out by Uruguay's slump in form there. They haven’t got a lot of firepower to honest and Carlos Bacca is a 3/1 anytime goalscorer option for them in this one. They head off to face Cameroon after this game in a friendly.

Spain v Colombia Betting Odds

Spain 8/15, Draw 3/1, Colombia 5/1

Spain v Colombia Predictions

Spain to win: It’s a lot of travelling for Colombia for this one and they probably aren’t going to be at their strongest. Therefore Spain should be able to get a win on the board in this one as they warm up for the World Cup qualifiers. It’s likely going to be a low scoring affair.
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France v Spain Predictions & Betting Odds – 28th March 2017

Benzema (France)
France v Spain Betting Preview - International Friendly 28th March There are some meaty prices up in the match outright for this high-quality friendly on Tuesday night. This is just a friendly and that’s the reason. France are a powerful side at the moment and they are cruising towards a place at Russia 2018 next summer. Spain though have shown their mettle in qualifying so far as they are holding off the challenge of Italy in their group by goal difference. France snapped a five match winless streak that they were on against Spain in their last meeting, a home friendly back in 2014. Can they repeat and stretch out their long unbeaten run of form on home soil? One of the top football betting products around is Bet365’s 0-0 Bore Draw Insurance which they offer on all matches listed in their sportsbook. Place a pre-match correct score, scorecast or half time/full time wager on a match and if the game ends goalless then the bookmaker will refund lost stakes on the selected markets with a free bet. This applies to all matches in their sportsbook. Register an account with the award winning Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them and enjoy other top features like each-way goalscorer odds, live streams and cash out options. France v Spain 2017 Infographic

France v Spain Betting Tips

France were professional in their World Cup 2018 qualifying win over Luxembourg on the weekend. That was three points which ensured that they stay top of their group and remain red hot favourites to land the automatic qualification spot there. They continue to look strong and powerful and they can gain a lot of confidence from this high profile international friendly against the Spaniards. France won the last meeting between the two nations, banking a 1-0 home win back in 2014 against them in an international friendly. That is just a W1 D2 L3 record that they have in their last six games against Spain though. A repeat France 1-0 correct score at Bet365 is a quote of 11/2 and it is worth backing a clean sheet in this one. Both teams have scored in just one of the last six games between these, so goals have been at a premium. Les Bleus are unbeaten in seven games since their Euro 2016 Final defeat against Portugal and they are on a sixteen match (W13 D3) unbeaten run of form at home soil. Antoine Griezmann is 13/8 favourite to net for them in the match. Like France, Spain have gone seven match unbeaten since Euro 2016 so they are going along well at the moment. There was an easy 4-1 win over Israel for them in their World Cup qualifier over the weekend and that means that they stay ahead of Italy on goal difference in that group. The Spaniards took a 1-1 draw out in Italy during the qualifying campaign and that shows that they are not a pushover, but they have generally struggled a bit on the road recently. Spain have won just two of their last six away games and just one of their last ten away games have gone over 2.5 goals. Under 2.5 goals at Bet365 in this game will return you a price of 3/5 and there is a big trend with each of the last six meetings between France and Spain going under the goal line. Spain have won just one of their last eight away games against quality opposition, losing five of those and failing to score in four of those defeats. In the anytime goalscorer market, Alvaro Morata and Diego Costa are 2/1 options for them. There is reason enough to suggest that they may be able to stick in there for a draw on Tuesday night.

France v Spain Betting Odds

France 7/5, Draw 21/10, Spain 2/1

France v Spain Predictions

Draw: It should be a good contest which will fade away because Spain aren’t going to over-exert themselves with their pressing game for 90 minutes. France will see enough of the ball to pose a big threat in the game, but at the end of the day, it is a friendly, so just settle on the draw in the match outright.  
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Will England be standing up and applauding a hero come the end of Tuesday’s friendly international against Spain at Wembley? While it is only a friendly, it could be a big chance for the Three Lions to start regaining some confidence and belief that they can take on and beat the best in the world. After their miserable Euro 2016 campaign, they need that. England have remained unbeaten since the Euros and they haven’t conceded a goal since then either. They banked a 3-0 home win over Scotland on the weekend in World Cup 2018 qualifiers and will now test themselves in a more stern fashion. Spain aren’t easy to beat, but both Croatia and Italy got the better of them at Euro 2016. They won't be at full strength either for this one so there is a chance for England to pull something special out of the bag. It would be a great way to secure Gareth Southgate the permanent managerial job perhaps, or at least give him a great send off if the FA are going to ultimately look elsewhere. England took a 1-0 win over Spain the last time that these two met at Wembley which was back in 2011. A repeat of that would be a tremendous result for the Three Lions at the moment. Register an account with online betting site Coral and take 33/1 enhanced odds on England to beat Spain. If the bet loses then you will get £5 in free bets back from them! This is a new customer exclusive offer only, so you have to open an account with Coral and then place your FIRST real money bet as a win single £1 on ‘England to Win - 33/1. If your selection wins, you will be paid in cash based on the normal price on site and will have your account topped up to reflect the enhanced price in free bets of £5 or less. Should your bet lose, you will receive £5 in free bets on settlement of the market. This Coral offer will run until 20:00 GMT Tuesday 15th November. Offer applies to one bet per customer and one customer per household.
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The Three Lions have a tough game on their hands on Tuesday night as they welcome Spain. Gareth Southgate won’t have an easy time of things against La Roja when they kick off in this one. England haven’t conceded a goal since they were dumped out of the European Championships in the summer, but they face a Spain side who have shipped just one goal in their last five. England did beat Spain the last time they hosted them back in 2011, and while England have lost only four of their last 27 home games, each of those losses were in friendlies against sides ranked higher than them. Spain are still a major force to be reckoned with even after their collapse at the European Championships. La Roja have only conceded the two goals in their last seven away games and because they keep the ball so much, England are likely going to struggle to make a huge impact in the game, something we saw last November when Spain won 2-0 in a home friendly against the Three Lions. Can England sign off with a huge positive in taking down the Reds at Wembley? They could be playing to keep Gareth Southgate and that could be a huge motivation for them and Spain are missing the likes of Iniesta and Pique. Register an account with online betting site Paddy Power and taken 8/1 enhanced odds on England to beat Spain. This is a new customer exclusive so register an account and then place a FIRST BET up to a maximum of £10 on England to beat Spain at the enhanced price at Paddy Power. If your selection wins, you will be paid in cash based on the normal price on site and will have the extra amount, bringing the bet up to the cumulative 8/1 payout, credited in free bets added to your account straight away. This promotion is live until 20:00 on Tuesday November 15th and the maximum stake for this offer is £10. Free Bets get credited in increments of £10 and expire after 30 days.
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Paddy Power offers England v Spain Money Back Special

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England meet Spain on Tuesday night for a friendly matchup. Goals between these nations haven’t been plentiful from recent meeting sand across the last five games between the two nations, there have been just the seven goals scored. Both teams have failed to score in each of the last eight coming-together as well between the two nations. So it may be a quiet game for goal mouth action in the week. But who will edge a likely tight, tense affair? England haven’t shipped a goal in any of their games since the European Championships and Spain have conceded one goal in their last five games played. So will it be another low scoring affair this time around? England boss Gareth Southgate would love to land a win in this one, the last of his spell in temporary charge. That could land him the permanent deal. Beating Spain is never easy, though, but England did land a home win over them the last time that they hosted them. But England lost easily in a 2-0 defeat last November when they went to Spain. Open an account with online dating site Paddy Power and take Money Back Special if your team is winning at 60 minutes but fails to win outright. This offer is for both new and existing customers. Get a free bet if your team is leading at 60 mins but fails to win the game. The offer applies to pre-match singles only on the win/draw/win market and it applies to only your first cash bet on each game. There is a maximum free 20 bet coming back from the offer. The 60th minute will be completed when the match clock reaches 59:59. Register an account with bookmaker Paddy Power and earn up to £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them.
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England v Spain Predictions & Betting Odds – 15th November 2016

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England v Spain Betting Preview - International Friendly 15th November The Three Lions suddenly are boasting a pretty solid defence, so will they be able to shut down Spain when they come for a visit on Tuesday night? England did manage to land a home win over Spain the last time that they played hosts to them, which was back in 2011. After England’s 3-0 home win over Scotland in the World Cup qualifiers on Friday, even though this is just a friendly this is going to be a tougher game for the Three Lions. Spain are going along in their usual fashion and goals may once again be at a bit of a premium when these two meet. There have been just the five in the last four meetings in England. Take the chance to land some extra returns on your accumulators thanks to Bet365’s 100% Euro Soccer bonus. Just land a winning acca of three or more selections on selected competitions and markets and earn up to a 100% win bonus! This offer applies to returns on pre-match accumulators of 3 or more selections on Full Time Result or Result/Both Teams To Score markets for the Premier League, Serie A, Primera Liga, Bundesliga 1 or Champions League. Register an account with Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them as well. England v Spain 2016 infographic

England v Spain Betting Tips

England’s defence has been standing strong since their collapse at the European Championships against Iceland. They haven’t shipped a single goal since then and you are probably looking at another low scoring affair here with seven of the last eight games between these two having gone under 2.5 goals. So with so many meetings between these two having gone under the 2.5 goal line, you can take a price of 7/10 on this one to go the same way at Bet365 when they meet up on Tuesday. So in games where there doesn't appear that there will be many goals flying around, there is increased value in the Correct Score market, where a 0-0 draw is an 8/1 punt or backing a selection to win 1-0 will fetch you around the 7/1 mark depending on who you back. England last played host to Spain back in November 2011 and a strike from Frank Lampard gave England the 1-0 win. Both teams have failed to score in each of the last eight meetings between these two and both teams not to score is trading at a price of 5/6. That’s a pretty big trend running and it can lead you down another betting path of either Spain at 3/1 or England at 15/4 to win to nil with Bet365. Harry Kane has gone back to Spurs to hasten his comeback from injury so won’t be tested here. Daniel Sturridge, who got the opener against Scotland on the weekend, is running at a price of 9/4 in the anytime goalscorer market for this one. The Three Lions have gone W1 L4 in their last five against Spain and have won just two of their last eight against them. Spain eased to another win in their World Cup 2018 qualification campaign victory on the weekend and they have now gone unbeaten in their last five matches. The big game in that sequence was their game in Italy for the qualifiers, which ended in a 1-1 draw. That goal which they conceded in that game is the only one that they have let in across their last five matches as well. So they are tight at the back at the moment as they usually are and that’s because opponents struggle to get the ball. There’s no Diego Costa for this as he is nursing an injury at the moment and isn’t being risked. In the anytime goalscorer market, Spain have Aritz Aduriz and Nolito at a price of 5/2 with Iago Aspas at 9/4. So with the lack of goals a prominent feature of England v Spain match ups, it’s probably not going to get too exciting. The two nations met up last November and Spain won that one 2-0 and were more than comfortable in the game on home soil. Given that this isn’t likely to produce a lot of chances, but Spain can boast the extra quality, in the half time/full time betting market at Bet365 you have a price of 9/2 on the Draw/Spain outcome. So Spain are now unbeaten in their last five games (W4 D1) and they are a tough side to crack. There have been just the seven goals netted in the last five games between the two nations and this may all point to a low scoring draw between the two of them.

England v Spain Betting Odds

England 19/10, Draw 9/4, Spain 7/5

England v Spain Predictions

Look for a low scoring game and that leads you to the likes of the under 2.5 goals and both teams not score market options. This is probably going to end up being low key as England will struggle to get the ball. England aren’t exactly playing convincing stuff at the moment and their defence should have been punished by Scotland on Friday. Expect Spain to do it and edge their way to a one goal margin victory.
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Italy v Spain Predictions & Betting Odds – 6th October 2016

Eder (Italy)
Italy v Spain Betting Preview - World Cup 2018 qualifying 6th October A real heavyweight duel on the cards here. These two are in a class of their own in their World Cup 2018 qualifying group and so they should be untroubled by any of the other competitors. However, that leaves a straight shot between these two to scrap for the automatic qualification spot from the group. Italy can gain a strong upper hand here by taking an early lead in the group, however, if Spain were to win on the road then that would confirm them as group favourites, with their only other tough game to come then being a home fixture against the Italians later on in the campaign. So a big early top spot decider in the group. It should get interesting. You do of course have the coverage on selected markets through Bet365’s 0-0 Bore Draw insurance for this and all matches in their sportsbook. Just place a pre-match wager on the correct score, scorecast or half time/full time market in a game and if that game doesn’t produce a goal then you will get your lost stake refunded as a free bet from the bookmaker. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them and enjoy other features like partial cash-outs and live streams.

Italy v Spain Betting Tips

So Italy really have held their own well against Spain in recent meetings between the two. They have posted a W1 D2 L1 record (90 minutes) against the Spaniards and their most recent coming together of course was at Euro 2016. Then under the management of Antonio Conte, the Azzurri produced a tactical masterclass to shut down the threat of Spain and bank a 2-0 win. Italy have only lost two of their last eight games against Spain across competitive and friendly matches, so they may be value to take back in this one. They do have a new manager with new ideas in place, and they went out and beat Israel 3-1 in their qualification opener. You really aren’t, at any stage, going to expect Italy to have more goal in them than Spain during qualification of the World Cup 2018, so that is why it is important for the Italians to win this home game. This game going under 2.5 goals is probably the way to go and that will fetch you a quote of 4/9, just to highlight how much that is expected to happen. Only two of the last eleven between these two have gone over the goal line. You can have a crack at Both Teams Not To Score for a price of 4/6 which is better value. Only one in the last five meetings have both teams gotten on the scoresheet in a meeting. So goals have been at a premium between these two recently and up in the anytime goalscorer market you have a price of 12/5 on Graziano Pelle and 11/4 on Eder as options for the Italians. Heading up the market though is Spain's Diego Costa and Alvaro Morata who are the 2/1 marks heading into the game. Italy’s two games this season have both ended by a 3-1 scoreline, following a friendly defeat against France by that scoreline in September. Spain hammered Liechtenstein 8-0 in their opening qualification match and that sent a message to Italy they they are not going to get beaten on goal difference in this group. Both Costa and Morata were on the scoresheet twice in that game. Obviously there are going to be much tougher games ahead of the Spaniards in qualifying but they needed that for a  boost after their summer failure at Euro 2016 and that win over Liechtenstein followed a 2-0 win in Belgium in a friendly. So they are looking good and Spain are a quote of 11/4 to win to nil in this one. They have struggled against Italy recently though and have really struggled for anything on actual visits to Italy. So they are a little vulnerable for this one,but can they land what would be a hammer blow of a rare win on the road against Italy?

Italy v Spain Betting Odds

Spain 8/5, Draw 19/10, Italy 2/1

Italy v Spain Predictions

Tough game to call, because Italy had the upper hand of the two in the summer. They have been a little more susceptible at the back since the loss of Conte through and the Spaniards have the craft to open them up of course. Bit Spain have found the Azzurri to be a pain in the neck recently, so it may be worth looking for the drawn outcome in this one, or pushing the boat out to back Spain to win by a one goal margin. It is going to be tight. Find the latest results, League Table, Top Scorer and more on our football statistics on online-betting.me.uk (just choose your country & your preferred topic)
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Belgium v Spain Predictions & Betting Odds – 1st September 2016

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Belgium v Spain Betting Preview - International Friendly 1st September This is the highlight match of the international friendly games this week as the two nations squeeze in a game ahead of World Cup qualifiers which are coming up. This will be the first game in charge for new Belgium boss Roberto Martinez and Spain also have a new man in charge at the top as well. The Red Devils are unbeaten in their last 12 home games and new Spain manager Julen Lopetegui has a tough opener on his hands. Who will come out on top in this high profile friendly? There is some very good acca insurance available at online betting site Ladbrokes. Just go and build an accumulator of five or more selection and you will get your money back as a free bet if exactly one leg of your wager lets you down. This offer applies to selected international matches as well as selected leagues at club level. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and you can earn yourself a free £50 bet as welcome bonus from them through our promotional links!

Belgium v Spain Betting Tips

Both had disappointing Euro 2016 tournaments then and now have to start all over again with an eye on the 2018 World Cup. Belgium managed to get through their group stage despite an opening loss against Italy, who they had no idea of how to handle. Then after impressively hammering Hungary in the round of sixteen, they tanked in the quarterfinals against an inspired display from Wales. So the consistency wasn’t there and as a nation, they would have expected a lot more after the game against Hungary. Still, you can’t deny that the Belgium squad is one packed full of talent and so Roberto Martinez will be trying to take them to the net level, surprisingly assisted in his job by Thierry Henry. Belgium are in decent home form, having won of their last 12 games there, a stretch which goes all the way back to 2014. Granted Belgium really haven’t faced the most extensive tests on home soil, but they were hampered by Wales there during Euro 2016 qualifying. Out of the gates, this Belgium v Spain betting event isn’t likely to be a high scoring one. Going under 2.5 goals on the match will return you a quote of 8/13 on the game. Neither are likely to give up too much at the back. Three of the last four meetings between the two nations too has seen one side fail to hit the back of the net in and therefore the No option in the Both Teams To Score market is a tempter at 4/5. If you are trying to dig around for a winner though it would probably have to be Belgium. Spain haven’t been particularly good out on the road in the last couple of years. Indeed, Spain have lost three of their last five friendly matches away from home and they have lost six of their last eleven out on the road against top-20 ranked sides as well. Their last five games on the road too have all gone under 2.5 goals with Spain failing to score in three of those. So it’s hard to see a high scoring affair playing itself out in Belgium on Thursday night. There’s not much between them technically, both have new bosses in place which adds an air of confusion and this is just a friendly remember. In the anytime goalscorer market you have Spain’s Alvaro Morata and Diego Costa at 7/4, with Belgium's Romelu Lukaku joining them. The in from Eden Hazard is a 12/5 shot to find the back of the net.

Belgium v Spain Betting Odds

Belgium 13/8, Spain 7/4, Draw 21/10

Belgium v Spain Predictions

There is a good chance that this will be a bit of a non-starter, a lot of possession and nothing much being done with it. These two balance each other out quite well by the looks of it, so look for a low scoring game. If you want to push the boat out a bit then perhaps a Belgium 1-0 correct score win would take it. Under 2.5 goals looks a solid punt. Find the latest results, League Table, Top Scorer and more on our football statistics on online-betting.me.uk (just choose your country & your preferred topic)
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