1 Finland-Bulgaria (1)
League of Nations: Finland opened its winning account when Ireland fell 1-0.
The game's performance was also better than the previous 0-1 Wales loss.
On Wednesday, the Owners had to find the quality of Poland too high when the practice match played in Poland went 5-1 in favor of the hosts.
The play of Teemu Puk and Tim Sparv, who were absent from the match, is also uncertain for Bulgaria.
In its September League of Nations matches, Bulgaria equalized 1-1 at home with Ireland and lost just 0-1 as a Welsh guest.
Bulgaria suffered a dull 1-3 loss at home in the semi-finals of the European Championship qualifiers against Hungary on Thursday.
Although the match was more even than the final readings, Bulgaria's loss cannot be considered undeserved in relation to the events of the game.
Finland, which has strengthened in its line of defense compared to the matches of the League of Nations in the previous round, will start the match with a home and rest advantage as a clear pre-favorite of 57 per cent.
In the standard, the support of the Owners has remained moderate and the home team, which is probably reluctant to lose Poland, can be included in the opening target.
2 England-Belgium (X2)
League of Nations: England’s game performances in the September League of Nations matches against Iceland and Denmark fell short of expectations, even though the matches were cleared without losses.
On Thursday, the practice match was against Wales and the result was a 3-0 victory over the game events.
England have to cope without Raheem Sterling, one of the key players.
Belgium performed convincingly in both of their September League League matches after winning 2-0 for Denmark and 5-1 for Iceland at home.
On Thursday, Belgium equalized the score at home with Ivory Coast 1-1, but contented itself with sparing its players normally seen in the opening lineup.
Eden Hazard, one of the team's key players, is injured on the side, but there is enough quality in the Belgian offensive arena, led by Romelu Lukaku, among others.
England set out for the undisputed top fight in the block with their home advantage as a meager 40 per cent favorite.
As standard, the hosts are only marginally overplayed, but the success of Belgium, which performed more strongly in the September matches, is of interest as a game choice.
3 Iceland-Denmark (2)
League of Nations: Iceland had to settle for a loss in both of their opening round matches.
At home the pot came from England 0-1 and the visitors against Belgium had an ugly 1-5 loss ahead.
Notable for Iceland was the absence of several key players from the September matches.
On Thursday, Iceland knocked down Romania 2–1 at home and advanced to the final stage of the European Championship qualifiers against Hungary.
Denmark lost 0-2 to Belgium at home in September and equalized with England in their undefeated match.
On Wednesday, the feel of the game was sought at home against the Faroe Islands in a practice match, which Denmark took the name sovereignly 4-0 as expected.
Iceland will get its missing key players into the group, but will be in the match with a shorter recovery time than a day.
Denmark, which is clearly of higher quality in terms of player material, will start the match from a favorite position of about 50 percent.
A second played correctly in the standard will qualify as safe in the target.
4 Croatia-Sweden (1)
League of Nations: In the matches played at the beginning of September, Croatia suffered two away losses, first in Portugal 1-4 and in France 2-4.
The level difference compared to the opponents at the time was known, but the level of the team's performances in both matches fell short of expectations.
In Wednesday's practice match, however, Croatia performed well after being knocked out by Swiss guests 2-1.
Sweden's fate in the September League of Nations matches was almost equal to that of Croatia, after losing at home to France 0-1 and Portugal 0-2.
Sweden also succeeded in Wednesday's training match, claiming a 2-1 victory in a difficult away match against Russia.
Croatia is better than the teams in terms of material, but Sweden effectively keeps opponents out of high-quality goals with its collective defensive play.
With a home advantage, hosts earn a little more than once out of two favorite stations.
A home win won correctly in a standard is marked as certain at the target.
5 France-Portugal (X2)
League of Nations: France narrowly won 1-0 in Swedish away matches in September and celebrated a 4-2 victory at home at the expense of Croatia.
On Wednesday, France rolled over as many as 7-1 in Ukraine in a practice match.
The quality and breadth of the French material is second to none and is an absolute number one favorite for future value competitions.
In September, the reigning champion of the League of Nations, Portugal, knocked out Croatia at home 1–1 and Sweden away 2–0.
On Wednesday, Portugal equalized the score in a match that ended Spain as a goal.
The width of the Portuguese material has also taken real leaps, for example, with regard to the previous summer 2016 European Championships it won.
In the previous League of Nations tournament, France, which was left out of the playoffs, has enough of a hunger for the tournament.
In the low-margin top-down battle, the hosts rise to a favorite position of about 45 percent.
In the standard, the support of the home team has risen by ten percent too high and the game idea is built on the site on the basis of the guests.
6 Bosnia and Herzegovina (X2)
League of Nations: Bosnia-Herzegovina equalized the score as a guest of Italy in September 1-1, but suffered a 1-2 loss at home to Poland.
Despite the poor European Championship qualifiers, the back door to the final tournament opened through the League of Nations.
However, in Thursday's semi-final, Bosnia-Herzegovina had to humble itself to a penalty shootout at the end of Northern Ireland 1-2.
The Netherlands had to change their head coach after Ronald Koeman moved to Barcelona.
Koeman would probably have relinquished the national team's lead responsibility anyway after the European Championships.
Koeman’s project was taking the Netherlands strongly in the right direction after the weak last few years.
Frank de Boer's grip on the helm of club teams, who has taken charge of head coaching, has been anything but convincing.
Boer’s era on the national team didn’t even start off promisingly when Wednesday’s practice match at home against Mexico lost 0-1.
The Netherlands, despite its coaching changes, is of higher quality than the hosts of several classes and deserves a clear 65% favorite position in the away field.
As standard, the support of the guests is right, but the underplayed draw should be included in the ranks.
7 Poland-Italy (2)
League of Nations: Poland suffered a 0-1 defeat as a Dutch guest in September, but offset disappointment with a 2-1 defeat as a Bosnia-Herzegovina guest.
On Wednesday, Poland punished Huuhkaji with a 5–1 victory at home and made effective use of Finland's defensive mistakes.
Italy, which also became familiar to Finland in the European Championship qualifiers, performed convincingly in its opening games of the League of Nations, even though it had to settle for a 1–1 point division with Bosnia-Herzegovina at home.
The Netherlands crashed 1-0 with a convincing performance.
On Wednesday, Italy knocked down Moldova 6-0 at home, playing several players who joined the national team under Roberto Mancini.
Although Poland has a high-quality group that is also routine in international games, the difference in the basic level makes Italy a favorite of just under 50 percent even in the away field.
In Italy, a slight underplay of Italy is marked as certain.
8 Norway - Romania (1)
League of Nations: Norway was forced to bow to Austria 1-2 in September, but boosted its self-confidence by claiming a 5-1 crush victory from Northern Ireland.
On Thursday, in the qualifying match for the European Championship final, there was a 1-2 loss against Serbia, although the match was luckily extended for extra time.
Norway's next value tournament venue will let itself wait with the loss.
Romania equalized the score at home with Northern Ireland 1-1 in September, but took a 3-2 win against the event as an Austrian guest.
On Thursday, Romania had to bow to a 1-2 loss in the qualifying match as an Icelander away, being also a clearly weaker party in the light of the events of the game.
The players playing in the top European leagues are currently few in Romania and the team has changed a lot compared to the team that survived the European Championships in the summer of 2016.
With its high-quality studios, Norway is at least half the quality.
The hosts also avoided traveling after playing at home on Thursday.
Norway earns at home a little more than once out of two favorite stations.
In the standard, a home win has accumulated more than the probability of a game, but with your favorite safe on the card, the home win at the target remains a spike.
9 P-Ireland-Austria (2)
League of Nations: In September, Northern Ireland equalized 1-1 as a Romanian guest, but lost as much as 1-5 to Norway at home.
On Thursday, P-Ireland surprised the guests of Bosnia and Herzegovina 2–1 in the semi-finals of the European Championship qualifiers.
The place in the decisive final stage came off only at the end of the penalty shootout.
The second consecutive European Championship place will be sought in November in a home match against Slovakia.
Austria opened its League of Nations tournament with a 2-1 victory as a Norwegian guest, but suddenly lost 2-3 at home to Romania.
On Wednesday, Austria sought a sense of play at home with a friendly against Greece, which it took 2-1.
Austria will face future matches of the League of Nations without Alexander Schlager, who took charge of first place in September, and Marcel Sabitzer, who is important for offensive play.
The shallow block of hosts and the offensive games built on special situations have paid off in recent years.
However, the level difference compared to Austria is significant and the guests' spherical skills should be enough to create the required number of high-quality goals, especially as P-Ireland's recovery time is short after Thursday.
Austria earns a clear 56 percent favorite position in the match despite the away field.
A ten-surface underplayed away win is the best of the round for sure.
10 Russia-Turkey (X2)
League of Nations: Russia continued the strong grips already seen in the European Championship qualifiers after first knocking down Serbia 3–1 at home and Hungary 3–2 away at the opening games.
However, in Thursday's practice match against Sweden, they had to bow to a 1-2 loss.
Turkey's grip on September's League of Nations matches fell short of expectations as the home match against Hungary was lost 0-1 and Serbia scored as a goal in an undefeated match.
On Wednesday, Turkey equalized the score in the practice match as a German guest 3–3, although it was the hosts who played in the match with a more experimental grouping than usual.
Both teams have gone through a generational change during the last value tournaments and their qualifiers.
Russia is in the process of implementing change further, but Turkey also has several promising players in the major European clubs.
Russia will continue to win the tournament with a probability of just under 50 percent.
By default, Russia is marked with 70 percent support, so a bypass of the hosts is a game idea worth experimenting with.
11 Serbia and Hungary (1)
League of Nations: In September, Serbia suffered a 1-3 loss against Russia and were left undefeated in a draw against Turkey at home.
Thursday's European Championship qualifier as a Norwegian away guest was extended for extra time, but the place in the final stage of the qualifiers was finally settled with a 2-1 win.
Compared to the Serbian game performance, the victory should have come off with a clearer margin.
In the decisive match of the final venue against Serbia, Scotland will settle.
Hungary managed to surprise the Turkish guests with a 1-0 victory in September, but lost 2-3 to Russia at home despite steady game events.
On Thursday, Hungary knocked out 3-1 on the Bulgarian away field in the semi-finals of the European Championship qualifiers.
Although the match was more even than the final readings, Hungary earned its victory and a place in the final in November against Iceland.
Serbia gained its confidence with Thursday’s victory over Norway weakly after the League of Nations began in September.
Hungary's performance against Bulgaria can also be considered to be of higher quality than expected, as the team had to and will have to deal with Serbia without first star Dominik Szobozla.
Serbia, which is clearly stronger in material terms, deserves a favorite position at home with a slightly less than 60% probability.
A home win played correctly on a standard qualifies for sure.
12 Israel-Czech Republic (X2)
League of Nations: Israel opened their tournament without losses when the scores were equaled to 1-1 with both Scotland and Slovakia.
On Thursday, the road was erected for next summer’s European Championship qualifiers as Scotland advanced to the next stage at the end of the penalty shootout.
In September, the Czech Republic claimed the expected 3-1 victory as a guest of Slovakia, but suffered a 1-2 loss at home against Scotland.
On Wednesday, the feel of the game was sought in Cyprus, where the hosts crashed 2-1.
Israel, without exception, performed strongly in the European Championship qualifiers at home, while the Czech Republic's away performances fell short of expectations in matches against Bulgaria and Kosovo, among others, even though it set out for these struggles as a clear pre-favorite.
The Czech Republic is of a higher quality than the basic level and benefits from a longer recovery time than a day.
In a low-key match, guests are given a favorite position of about 45 percent in advance.
A slightly overplayed second in the standard is secured with a wildcard.
13 Scotland-Slovakia (X2)
League of Nations: Scotland opened its League of Nations contract in September without losses.
At home, the score was equalized to 1-1 with Israel and a 2-1 victory came out of the away match against the Czech Republic.
On Thursday, Scotland advanced to the final stage of the European Championship qualifiers after being knocked out in the Israeli penalty shootout after the actual playing time ended undefeated.
In November, Serbia will face the final match of the European Championships.
Slovakia also leveled up 1-1 as an Israeli guest in September, but lost their home game to the Czech Republic 1-3.
Slovakia will continue to fight for the second consecutive European Championship venue after advancing to the final stage of qualifiers on Thursday, like Scotland, after winning the Irish penalty shootout.
In the final stage, Northern Ireland will oppose Slovakia.
The European Championship qualifiers for both teams were played through a long formula and the recovery time remains short.
Scotland is the top team in the block and will avoid traveling after playing at home on Thursday.
The home win ends up a little more than once in two.
In the standard, a home win has accumulated more than the probability of a game, and a home win should be placed in the bypass.