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Euro 2020 Qualifiers Sunday Tips: No breach from Russian security

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Russia are defending well and Dan Fitch thinks they'll keep a clean sheet against Cyprus, as he previews Sunday's Euro 2020 matches.

"The Russians have won their last six games, keeping a clean sheet in five of those matches."

Back Russia to beat Cyprus to nil at [2.4]

Another big win for Belgium

Kazakhstan [18.5] v Belgium [1.18]; The Draw [8.0]
Kick off 14:00
Live on Sky Sports Main Event

Belgium thrashed San Marino 9-0 on Thursday and will be confident of beating a Kazakhstan side that were surprisingly defeated at home by Cyprus this week.

With Belgium confident in front of goal, backing another large scoreline could be the way to go. Over 3.5 goals is [2.0].

Goals should flow for Holland

Belarus [19.5] v Netherlands [1.2]; The Draw [7.6]
Kick off 17:00
Live on Sky Sports Red Button

Holland had to fight back to beat Northern Ireland 3-1 in midweek. This should prove to be an easier assignment.

Considering that the Dutch eventually scored three goals against Northern Ireland's stubborn rearguard, they should win while breaking the 2.5 goals barrier at [1.7].

Russian defence will stay firm

Cyprus [7.4]v Russia [1.56]; The Draw [4.2]
Kick off 17:00
Live on Sky Sports Red Button

Cyprus will be on a high after coming from behind to beat Kazakhstan 2-1, but Russia present a bigger challenge entirely.

The Russians have won their last six games, keeping a clean sheet in five of those matches. Russia are [2.4] to win to nil. It's a big enough price for us.

Hungary can end losing streak

Hungary [1.34] v Azerbaijan [10.0]; The Draw [5.7]
Kick off 17:00
Live on Sky Sports Red Button

Hungary slumped to a third straight defeat with a 3-0 loss to Croatia. They will expect to bounce back with a victory against an Azerbaijan side that have only won one point from their five qualification matches.

Azerbaijan may be struggling, but they have scored in each of their last five games. A Hungary win and both teams to score is [3.1].

Easier task for Germany

Estonia [50.0] v Germany [1.07]; The Draw [17.5]
Kick off 19:45
Live on Sky Sports Premier League

Germany let a two-goal lead slip against Argentina to draw 2-2, in a match that once again showed their frailties against the top international teams.

Estonia only have one point in Group C and should present Germany with a perfect opportunity to get back to winning ways. Germany won the reverse fixture 8-0 and the odds for there to be over 4.5 goals are generous enough at [2.42].

Poland can get off to a fast start

Poland [1.35] v North Macedonia [10.5]; The Draw [5.5]
Kick off 19:45
Live on Sky Sports Red Button

Group G leaders Poland beat Latvia comfortably on Thursday, as Robert Lewandowski fired home a hat-trick.

North Macedonia also won, with an impressive victory at home to Slovenia that left them third in the group, only two points behind second placed Austria. They should present a challenge for Poland, but the home half-time/full-time victory can still land at [2.1].

Back Austria cautiously

Slovenia [3.2] v Austria [2.52]; The Draw [3.2]
Kick off 19:45
Live on Sky Sports Red Button

With North Macedonia and Slovenia breathing down their necks, Austria need to continue their fine form.

Unbeaten in five (W4 D1), the visitors are a temptingly big price against the unpredictable Slovenians. Austria are [1.8] in the Draw No Bet market.

Dan Fitch 2019/20 Season P/L

Staked: 176.00 pts
Returned: 179.92 pts
P/L: +3.92 pts

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