As we transition into the international break, club football takes a pause. However, there’s a plethora of thrilling football fixtures to enjoy and bet on.
Italy vs North Macedonia (Friday)
Italy is set to face North Macedonia in a Euro qualifier on Friday, aiming to recover from a 3-1 defeat against England. With a strong home record, having won four of their last five matches, they are anticipated to secure a victory.
England vs Malta (Friday)
England is poised as the clear favorite in the upcoming Euro qualification match against Malta at Wembley. With Malta having lost five of their last six games, the Three Lions are aiming to further solidify their winning streak.
Greece vs New Zealand (Friday)
Greece’s formidable home record will be put to the test as they host New Zealand in a friendly this Friday. Notably, in their recent home tie, it took a stoppage-time penalty from Virgil van Dijk for the Netherlands to secure a victory.
Netherlands vs Republic of Ireland (Saturday)
On Saturday, the Netherlands hosts the Republic of Ireland at the Johan Cruyff Arena for their World Cup qualifier, with high expectations of victory given their star players from top European clubs.
Senegal vs South Sudan (Saturday)
Senegal kicks off their World Cup qualifiers with a home match against South Sudan this Saturday. With a roster boasting numerous star players, the Senegalese team presents a formidable challenge that South Sudan should approach with caution.
France vs Gibraltar (Saturday)
France aims for their eighth win out of nine matches this year as they face Gibraltar in a Euro Qualifier on Saturday. Meanwhile, Gibraltar seeks to avoid their ninth defeat in as many games in 2023.
Germany vs Turkey (Saturday)
Germany is set to face Turkey in a friendly at the Olympiastadion Berlin on Saturday. With an unbeaten record in their last four encounters, including three wins, Germany is considered the favoured team for this match.
South Africa vs Benin (Saturday)
Hugo Broos’ team is set to face Benin in a World Cup qualifier at Moses Mabhida Stadium this Saturday, with expectations high for a favourable outcome.
Zimbabwe vs Nigeria (Sunday)
On Sunday, Nigeria will face Zimbabwe in a World Cup qualifier in Butare. With an unbeaten record in their last five meetings, including four wins, Nigeria enters the match with confidence in securing victory.
Russia vs Cuba (Monday)
Russia is set to host Cuba in a friendly on Monday, anticipating a win against the team that suffered a 4-0 defeat to Honduras in their last match.