International Football Betting Tips: Four selections for Tuesday night's action

By Scott Thornton

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25 March 2024

The weekend is out of the way so it isn't too long until club football is back. In the meantime, we have four tips from Tuesday’s international action including England and Belgium.

Uruguay vs Ivory Coast

Kick-off: 19:30

Marcelo Bielsa has caused a splash since taking over at Uruguay. The former Leeds United boss has managed to implement his high-pressing style to devastating effect. They’ve won six of their eight matches since he took charge with the highlight being the 2-0 victory over Brazil. They are looking to build momentum ahead of the Copa America.

Ivory Coast won the African Cup of Nations on home soil earlier in the year. Emerse Fae took charge of the team after Jean-Louis Gasset was sacked following the 4-0 defeat against Equatorial Guinea in the final group game.  Ivory Coast have won just three of their last 10 away games and they have seldom faced opposition with the quality that Uruguay possess.

Tip: Uruguay to win at 2.14  

England vs Belgium

Kick-off: 19:45, Channel 4

The 1-0 loss to Brazil was the first time England have failed to score since the World Cup. Gareth Southgate will be keen for his side to play on the front foot and play with more swagger as they aim to bounce back from their last defeat. The Three Lions won their five home matches before Saturday's defeat and averaged three goals per game in the process.

Belgium have done tremendously well since Domenico Tedesco took charge. They are unbeaten in their 11 matches but they struggled on their recent trip to the Republic of Ireland. England represent their trickiest test in Tedesco’s tenure so far. The Red Devils were beaten 2-1 the last time they visited Wembley and I expect them to fall short once again.

Tip: England to win at 1.86

Germany vs Netherlands

Kick-off: 19:45, Viaplay Sports

Germany beat France 2-0 in their last match so confidence is growing that Julian Nagelsmann can have success with this squad in the summer. The four-time World Cup winners were knocked out in the group stages in Qatar and it hasn’t been an easy road to recovery. In their 12 matches since the tournament,  they are averaging 1.58 goals but conceding 1.83 so our bet for this game is for both teams to score and over 2.5 goals in the match.

The Netherlands put Scotland to the sword in their last game. They are averaging 2.5 goals in their last 10 matches and should have some success going forward against the Germans. This is one biggest rivalries in international football. The last five matches between these two sides have seen an average of four goals and both teams have scored in four of those.

Tip: Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals at 1.89 

Spain vs Brazil

Kick-off: 20:30

Spain were beaten by Colombia on Friday night and they face another South American side on Tuesday. Luis De La Fuente left several of his big-name players on the bench for that game but they should feature here. The Spaniards are averaging 2.45 goals per game since the new boss took the reins and they’re likely to show more menace here.

Brazil got the better of England in what was a dream debut as manager of the national team for Dorival. Endrick came off the bench to grab the winner, but the five-time World Cup winners should have scored more. The Selecao created seven big chances as they exploited the space behind the English defence. Their pace should also cause problems for the Spanish.

Tip: Both teams to score at 1.75

Recommended Bets

Back Uruguay to beat Ivory Coast @ 2.14
Back England to beat Belgium @ 1.86
Back BTTS and over 2.5 goals in Germany vs Netherlands @ 1.89
Back BTTS in Spain vs Brazil @ 1.75

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