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UEFA Nations League 2021 - Betting Guide & Free Bets


It’s now down to the final four in the 2021 Nations League, and if you’re looking for Free Bets you’ve come to the right place.

We’ve got all the best betting offers and latest odds as we gear up for the semi-finals: Italy vs Spain on October 6 and Belgium v France on October 7.

Nations League Free Bets

Hand in hand with Nations League football betting comes free bets, and there are loads to choose from.

You can also get acca rewards with major bookmakers – such as Bet365, Paddy Power and William Hill – which will see a bonus attached to your acca for certain selections.

Upcoming Nations League Match Odds

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Nations League Betting Offers & Enhanced Odds

It’s no exaggeration when we say there are thousands of Nations League betting offers and markets, and we’ll be sharing the best for all punters.

Accas are some of the most popular bets, with plenty of decent Nations League odds to make a quality selection.

You’ll also find specific bookies offer acca specials and Nations League predictions, such as Paddy Power with their money back rewards. Bet365 also offers early payouts on certain games for the accas.

Enhanced odds are also popular for Nations League betting, especially if you want to put your money behind the favourites.

Spain is predicted to top the league but some bookies may enhance the odds for a couple of hours, meaning you get better returns should they win the league.

Nations League Betting Odds

The first edition of the UEFA Nations League in 2018/19 proved to be a great success and hugely popular with punters.

The best online bookies had a comprehensive selection of Nations League odds available. The outright winner Nations League betting odds are the most popular, and this is where you can also benefit from specials, such as enhanced odds.

Before you do put your money behind a team, do your research and give this page a read. We’ll always be sharing the latest Nations League football betting odds and predictions.

You can also expect plenty of betting odds on the actual leagues – such as League A, B etc. – and the top goalscorer markets.

How does the 2020-21 Nations League work?

The 2020-21 Nations League has some small changes compared to the inaugural tournament, which was won by Portugal a couple of years ago.

This time there are 55 teams, split into four leagues, in which there are 14 different groups – four each for Leagues A to C and just two in League D.

Teams play home and away with the winners of the four League A groups progress to the UEFA Nations League Finals – these will be played in September or October 2021 with a venue to be confirmed.

A1 features Netherlands and Italy, England and Belgium headline A2, the stars of A3 are Portugal, France and Croatia and A4 wraps things up with Spain and Germany – so there are lots of tasty ties to look forward to in the 2020-21 Nations League.

World Cup qualifying is also part of the purpose of the 2020-21 Nations League, giving teams the chance to reach Qatar 2022 via a play-off if they win their group and if they have not already qualified or reached the play-offs anyway.

Nations League Predictions

Some punters were a little cautious about the first edition of the Nations League. Now that we all know what to expect, the betting action is only going to heat up for the 2020/21 league semis.

UEFA Nations League Groups

League A

Group 1Group 2Group 3Group 4
NetherlandsSwitzerlandPortugalEngland
FranceBelgiumItalySpain
GermanyIcelandPolandCroatia

 League B 

Group 1Group 2Group 3Group 4
UkraineSwedenBosnia and HerzegovinaDenmark
Czech RepublicRussiaAustriaWales
SlovakiaTurkeyNorthern IrleandRepublic of Ireland

League C

Group 1Group 2Group 3Group 4
ScotlandFinlandNorwaySerbia
IsraelHungaryBulgariaRomania
AlbaniaGreeceCyprusMontenegro
 ExtoniaSloveniaLithuania

League D

Group 1Group 2Group 3Group 4
GeorgiaBelarusKosovoNorth Macedonia
KazakhstanLuxemburgAzerbaijanArmenia
LatviaMoldovaFaroe IslandsGibraltar
AndorraSan MarinoMaltaLiechtenstein

Nations League Records & Stats

Nobody would say that Portugal are the best international team in Europe but they have a real knack of winning at the top level.

Just three years after they won Euro 2016, Portugal won the inaugural edition of the UEFA Nations League. They made the most of home advantage in the Nations League finals as Cristiano Ronaldo got his hands on yet more silverware.

England, Switzerland and beaten finalists the Netherlands were the other three teams to make it to the first finals.

Switzerland were the join top scorers in the Nations League alongside Kosovo with 15 goals whilst Aleksandar Mitrovic was the top individual scorer on six goals. The top assist maker was Spain’s Marco Asensio with Azerbaijan’s Richard Almeida topping the passes completed stats.

Nations League Betting Markets & Specials

The amount of markets for the Nations League betting offers are nothing short of impressiveur

  • League A, B, C, D winners: You can also place bets on the winners from each league, with the lower leagues and underdogs offering better returns.
  • Top goalscorer: Lukaku is in the lead, but we expect big changes – particularly as Serbian players are in the top five…
  • BTTS markets: These markets are brilliant for those games where you are unsure of the result.
  • To reach the finals of the Euros: This is another one you can get decent returns for, and is one of the more popular betting options.

How to Bet and Win on the Nations League

  • Do your research and look up the Nations League betting tips.
  • Read up on the player records and check out the stats on specific goalscorers.
  • Look for money back specials to ensure your bets are risk free if they don’t pay off.
  • Likewise, compare the welcome bonuses at specific bookmakers.
  • Put money on larger accas for bigger returns.

Best Nations League Players

There are 55 teams in the Nations League, so there are plenty of quality players. Lukaku is one to watch.

He’s already scored more international goals than Wayne Rooney and plays in a top-class Belgium teams.