Today’s action features Groups A1, B2, C3, and D1, with some of the top-two teams of each Group jockeying for position. France could leapfrog Austria with a victory today, taking the second spot after a miserable start to their tournament. With a win today, Andorra would tie Moldova, but they need them to lose their match as well to have a chance to steal the second spot. This is the place to find everything, including team win odds, the over/under, and point spreads.
Moneyline: Andorra @ -138
In a battle between two teams still seeking their first win, Andorra and Liechtenstein may only have their pride to fight for. Andorra secured their first point of the tournament in a 0-0 draw against Moldova, but their goal differential still sits at an abysmal minus-3. In 2022, they posted two consecutive 1-0 victories over St Kitts and Nevis before joining the UEFA Nations League tournament. Liechtenstein is still searching for their first win since 2020 but may have Noah Frick back in the lineup this afternoon.
All signs point to Liechtenstein bottoming out and losing their final game of the tournament. It’s been a disappointing year for them, but their future has some promising names on the way. The Frick brothers, Noah and Yanik, lead what could be a future that sees them picking up some points in future tournaments. For now, go with Andorra to secure an easy three points and just miss out on surpassing Moldova.
Bet Builder: Andorra Wins + Andorra Scores in Both Halves (+350)
Building on the likelihood that Andorra earns a hard-fought victory, there’s potential to add to your earnings by aligning it with the secondary prop. Andorra should have no problem scoring goals against a far inferior team like Liechtenstein. Earning goals in both halves increases your winnings significantly from -138 up to +350.
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There’s a real chance they pound away at Liechtenstein today, especially considering how defensively painful they’ve looked in two games.
Moneyline: France@ -154
Nobody expected France to open up their tournament with no wins in the first two games, even if they’ve established themselves as slow starters. They’re currently 0-1-1 with a goal differential of minus-1, and their defense has looked atrocious at several points. Unlike Les Bleus, Austria does have a win to its name and currently hold the second spot in Group A1. A win over France puts them in a commanding spot, but they’ll be in tough against an angered French squad.
We’ve gone with France once, and it bit us hard, but we expect a different result this time. In their last five matches against Austria, France has won three and drawn twice. They’ll be reinvigorated against a struggling opponent and take full advantage of a weaker defensive team. Expect some lineup shuffling ahead of this one, and lean on France to seal the victory and earn the first win of the tournament.
Odds via Bet365
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