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Tips for the most important Tuesday matches

Tips for the most important Tuesday matches

Best game today

Solihull Morse to win.

Prospect: 1,65

Lower team King’s Lynn has nothing to play for. Solihull enters the match with five straight victories at the back. Anything other than an apparent win outside the ground would be a huge surprise here.


1. Solihull Morse to beat.

Prospect: 1,65

2. Eastleigh to win.

Prospect: 1,82

Altrincham broke a goalless streak in seven straight matches without a win the last time the team defeated Yeovil. We’re still putting a big question mark over their defensive playing style. The second is much loved.

Denmark to win a handicap of -3.5.

Prospect: 1,70

Great Britain stood well against Slovakia in the last round even though it did not score any points. Denmark has been impressed so far and will win with few goals. See hcp!

Trippelodds: 5,10

Tips for other hot matches on Tuesday

United States – Kazakhstan 1

After the sanctions against Kazakhstan and Latvia, Kazakhstan is in a good position. The question is whether their tough defense will hold when the United States begins to move forward. The victory of the United States is well liked.

Red Star Belgrade – Partizan 1

Final in the Serbian Cup. It’s hard to separate the two teams because both of them have been really strong lately. Mutually, it’s also incredibly equal. Zvezda gets starting advice but dismisses the odds.

Finland – Norway 1

Finland surprisingly lost to Kazakhstan after a penalty shootout in the last round, but in terms of squad, it is one of the gold favorites. Norway has not been affected yet. Finland is clearly preferred.

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Switzerland – Sweden 2

Essential match for Sweden if you want to move forward. After the losses against Denmark and Belarus, there is tremendous pressure on Sweden. Switzerland has put together a good team and is a legitimate favorite before the meeting.

Barnet – Medenhead 2

The kid is at the end of the schedule but he will not leave when Dover and Macclesfield have been forcibly relegated. Maidenhead also has no other pushover in the middle of the table – open!