Saturday will be filled with excellent games at the EURO 2020 one Group A match, and two from Group B will make our day much more interesting. BetXChange offers one short but analytical preview of Matchday 2.
Wales vs Switzerland
Remember that the Dragons reached the semis in 2016, once Gareth Bale and the boys amazed Europe. They were without a doubt the biggest surprise of the tournament and the team that won the hearts of all the neutral football fans. Wales is far away from that form but still has enough quality.
They play tough and defensive-minded football, with seven of the last 10 games ending with under 2.5 goals and only two with both teams to score. Overall, the Dragons have six wins with two losses and draws during that span.
Switzerland is coming at full speed to EURO. They have six consecutive victories during which they’ve scored three or more goals on five occasions. The Swiss side is very disciplined, tactically endowed, and filled with experienced players who may not be superstars but are consistent.
That is why we believe they should win this match. Wales doesn’t have a balance in its lineup, unlike Switzerland who has a competitive team even for the top sides.
Pick: Switzerland Wins 1.15 at BetXChange
Denmark vs Finland
This is the match between two neighboring Scandinavian countries. Of course, we don’t need to say who is the favorite in this one, with the Danes being one of the best teams on the continent.
They have one defeat in the past 11 games and one draw, with all the remaining contests ending with them beating the rivals. During that time, the Danes kept their net intact eight times, once again proving that they really have one fantastic defensive core.
Finland is among the weakest teams at EURO. Getting here was a massive success for them, and each goal, each point from now on, would be an additional plus for this nation. So they are basically without pressure at all here, which could be a big plus for the Finish team. However, Finland’s recent form isn’t promising any good, as they have three consecutive defeats and six straight matches without a win.
After all the written here, there is no need for further analysis, with everything implying that the Danish side should post an easy victory.
Pick: Denmark to win 0.44 at BetXChange
Belgium vs Russia
The Red Devils are the No.1 in the FIFA rankings and one of the top favorites to win EURO. And how wouldn’t they be with all 10 wins in the qualifications and a goal difference of 40 scored and three allowed goals? That was one of the most dominant campaigns in the history of the tournament.
Belgium has seven wins and two draws in the last nine matches, and they seem superb as ever. Though, Kevin De Bruyne’s slight injury is something that concerns the fans.
Russia is one interesting team. They know to play very good, but also to disappoint when needed the least. In five of the last six events, Zbornaya played we saw both teams scoring, and overall, their matches are pretty amusing for watching.
When it comes to delivering the final pick, we are all in on Belgium’s triumph. They are better than Russia, with more quality players, and overall, we believe that their offense is going to roll over the Russian backline.
Pick: Belgium to win 0.70 at BetXChange