Euro 2020: Betting Tips for Tuesday's Games

Martin Green

Sunday, June 9, 2019 5:12 PM UTC

Sunday, Jun. 9, 2019 5:12 PM UTC

Several big teams are in action when the Euro 2020 qualifiers resume on Tuesday and punters will need to dig deep to find value.
<div><h2>Italy v Bosnia &amp; Herzegovina</h2><p><a href="" target="_blank" title="Italy v Bosnia"><strong>Tuesday, June 11, at Juventus Stadium</strong></a></p><p>A rejuvenated Italy continued on an their curve by securing a 3-0 win away at Greece on Saturday. They are undergoing a rebuilding process under new manager Roberto Mancini following their failure to qualify for last year’s World Cup, and the early signs are extremely positive. He has kept the faith in experienced defensive pairing Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci, who play together regularly at Juventus, while gradually bedding in a few youngsters such as Federico Chiesa and Nicolo Barella. They look strong in every department, they are top of Group J with three wins out of three, and they should have too much quality for a Bosnia &amp; Herzegovina side that slumped to a 2-0 defeat at Finland last time out. Edin Dzeko is a fine striker and he knows these Italian players well, but they could struggle to provide him with decent service, and Italy’s forwards will fancy their chances in this game.</p><p><a href=";a=95095aa3-ae41-43ba-886d-99a97893c4a3&amp;f=1" target="_blank" title="Boyle Sports"><em><strong>Tip: Italy to win and under 3.5 goals at 20/21 (1.95) with Boyle Sports</strong></em></a></p><h2>Russia v Cyprus</h2><p><a href="" target="_blank" title="Russia v Cyprus"><strong>Tuesday, June 11, at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium</strong></a></p><p>Russia thumped San Marino 9-0 last time out and that should leave them surging with confidence ahead of Cyprus’ visit. San Marino are always the whipping boys of any qualification campaign and they are typically thrashed, but this was their heaviest defeat in more than three years and their worst loss in a competitive game since 2014. Russia were ruthless, as Artem Dzyuba banged in four goals and they had 45 shots on goal, without allowing San Marino a single shot of their own. In their previous game, Russia beat Kazakhstan 4-0, so they are on a roll right now. Cyprus slumped to a painful 2-1 defeat in Scotland at the weekend, courtesy of a late strike from Oliver Burke, and that could leave them deflated.</p><p><a href=";a=b4150791-892f-469b-9b6a-7dfc6df0fb07&amp;f=1" target="_blank" title="Ladbrokes"><em><strong>Tip: Russia to win half-time/full-time at 3/4 (1.75) with Ladbrokes</strong></em></a></p><h2>Hungary v Wales</h2><p><a href="" target="_blank" title="Hungary v Wales"><strong>Tuesday, June 11, at Groupama Arena</strong></a></p><p>The Hungarians sit top of Group E after securing back-to-back wins against Croatia and Azerbaijan and they will bid to maintain that momentum on Tuesday night. Both wins were extremely impressive, as Croatia were runners-up at the 2018 World Cup and Azerbaijan is not an easy place to visit. In both game they allowed the opposition to dominate possession, and they were clinical when they went forward. They pulled off a real coup when convincing RB Leipzig captain Willi Orban, who played for Germany’s under-21 side, to declare for them, and he scored twice in the 3-1 win over Azerbaijan. They do not have made star names, but they are solid in almost every position and their form is great. Wales slumped to a 2-1 defeat against Croatia in sweltering conditions at the weekend and the scoreline could have been heavier. They missed Aaron Ramsey, but they have a genuine superstar in Gareth Bale and a superstar in the making in Man Utd bound Daniel James. This should be an entertaining game as both teams have scored in four of their last five matches and neither defence is particularly watertight.</p><p><a href=";a=8ec6399a-9df1-4c52-b272-39e6428836a6&amp;f=1" target="_blank" title="Betfair"><em><strong>Tip: Both teams to score at 21/20 (2.05) with Betfair</strong></em></a></p><h2>Belgium v Scotland</h2><p><a href="" target="_blank" title="Belgium v Scotland"><strong>Tuesday, June 11, at Heysel Stadium</strong></a></p><p>Belgium boast one of the best starting 11s in world football, featuring the considerable attacking talents of Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Dries Mertens and the defensive might of Jan Vertonghen. Toby Alderweireld, Vincent Kompany and Thibaut Courtois. They sauntered to a 3-0 victory over Kazakhstan on Saturday and they should have little trouble vanquishing Scotland in their next game. The Scots made a winning start to life under new boss Steve Clark when they hosted Cyprus, but this represents a massive step up in quality. If Hazard gets going and De Bruyne sees plenty of the ball, Scotland could end up on the wrong end of a hiding here.</p><p><a href=";a=95095aa3-ae41-43ba-886d-99a97893c4a3&amp;f=1" target="_blank" title="Boyle Sports"><em><strong>Tip: Belgium to win to nil at 4/6 (1.66) with Boyle Sports</strong></em></a></p></div>
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