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Tuesday 31 May 2016, 19:45
Home: Rep of Ireland
Rep of Ireland v Belarus
The home win to nil is decent value - 2.2 at Coral.
Ireland's final warm up match before their opening Euro 2016 game against Sweden in Paris will take place tonight against Belarus. Despite having not qualified for the tournament and currently sitting 77th in the FIFA World Rankings, Belarus are on a decent unbeaten run coming into Tuesday's clash having lost just one of their last six. However, that defeat did come in Belfast just four days ago and they have now failed to score in four straight matches against Northern Ireland (3-0), Montenegro (0-0), Armenia (0-0) and Macedonia (0-0). The Irish were denied a win on Friday night after an 85th minute Dutch equaliser - their second draw in the space of three days following a 2-2 against Slovakia on Tuesday. However, previous victories against Switzerland and Bosnia in their Euro 2016 Play-Off match makes us think they should win in fairly comfortable fashion this evening.
Thursday 2 June 2016, 19:45
England v Portugal
BTTS is 2.1 at BetVictor.
England return to Wembley for their final Euro 2016 warm up match after respective wins over Turkey (2-1) and Australia (2-1) at the Etihad and Stadium of Light since the Premier League season ended in mid May. On paper, Roy Hodgson's men are in good form having won four of their last five including victories over pre-tournament favourites France (2-0) and Germany (2-3). The narrow victory over Turkey last weekend was a decent result, especially seeing as the squad hadn't played with each other for nearly two months, but the majority of fans would have hoped for a more comfortable win over the Aussies on Friday night. Out of form Holland won at Wembley in March after failing to qualify for the Euros, and when you see that Portugal have won six of their last eight including a recent victory over a strong Belgian side, we're struggling to pick a winner for Thursday. Considering both sides' defensive frailties, BTTS looks a good shout.
Saturday 4 June 2016, 17:00
Slovakia v No.Ireland
We fancy the Slovaks here, the home win is 1.91 at bet365.
Northern Ireland travel to Trnava for their final Euro 2016 warm up match on Saturday, to face a side we feel could surprise a few in France this summer - Slovakia. Michael O'Neil's men are in good form and are unbeaten in 11 following their 3-0 win in Belfast over Belarus on Friday night. Three of their last four away matches have ended 1-1, against Wales, Finland and Qatar, and we feel they may also struggle against the Slovaks. Led by star men such as Marek Hamsik and Martin Skrtel, Slovakia finished second in Euro 2016 qualifying Group C, beating two time European Championship holders and eventual group winners - Spain, along the way. Most recently, they also came from behind to beat World Champions Germany in Augsburg on Sunday.
Sunday 5 June 2016, 15:00
Sweden v Wales
The draw is 3.4 at Betfred.
Wales aren't in the most impressive form in the run up to the Euros - Chris Coleman's side have won just one of their last six, against Andorra in their final Group B qualifier. Since September 2015, Wales have slumped to defeat against Bosnia, Holland and most recently Ukraine, and also failed to beat the likes of Northern Ireland and Israel. Hardly impressive. Sweden just about qualified for France 2016, edging past Denmark in the Play-Offs, and just like Wales have now won just one of their last six matches - against Finland in January. We can't separate these sides, draw.