Coral Acca Tips: England, France, Spain, and Germany feature
Cian Carroll | 27 March 2018
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Tuesday evening sees a glut of cracking international action with a host of major sides all involved.
The World Cup is fast-approaching and that means sides are in full preparation mode for Russia in June.
The Coral News Team select five sides who look like they have a great chance of bagging a win.
France – 4/7
Les Bleus will be looking to get back on track against Russia after a draw and a defeat to Germany and Colombia, respectively.
Didier Deschamps has an embarrassment of riches at his disposal and will be keen on a win ahead of the summer showpiece.
Russia have won just one of their last five at home. France should be much too strong here.
Switzerland – 3/10
Vladimir Petkovic’s Switzerland side take on fellow World Cup finalists Panama in Lucerne. The Swiss will be quietly confident of a win over the Central American visitors.
They’re not the most flashy of sides but they’re incredibly solid and don’t concede too many goals. Xherdan Shaqiri and co. should be far too good from the Panamanians.
Germany – 6/4
It’s a battle of the heavyweights in Berlin as Germany host Brazil. There’s added spice to this one as the pair haven’t met since the infamous 7-1 win for the Germans at the previous World Cup.
Tite will be desperate for his side to produce a performance here. But the Germans are tuning up nicely for a defence of their crown and have a squad full of world-class talent in nearly every position.
Plus Die Mannschaft have won the last two fixtures between the pair.
England – 23/20
England continue their summer preparations apace with a game against Italy at Wembley.
Gareth Southgate’s side were impressive in victory over the Netherlands in Amsterdam last weekend. And they’ll fancy their chances of another win over an Italy side still getting to grips with no World Cup to attend.
The Azzurri weren’t great in a 2-0 defeat to Argentina last Friday and look a team who are still a little lost.
Spain – 21/20
After a couple of lean tournaments following the all-conquering era of 2008-2012, Spain finally look like their back to their swaggering best.
They play Argentina in the Metropolitano in Madrid here. And coach Julien Lopategui will be looking for another big win.
Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli could be without Lionel Messi again. The Barcelona star is doubtful with an injury.
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