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Tuesday’s international acca tips and predictions: Brazilians overpriced, England to struggle again

We’ve picked out five top tips for Tuesday night’s star-studded international friendly lineup including England vs Belgium and Spain vs Brazil.

An international friendly isn’t always the most exciting affair but Tuesday night presents us with the opportunity to enjoy several high-profile fixtures.

England have the opportunity to bounce back against Belgium while Brazil visit Spain, but Germany hosting the Netherlands is the headliner.

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Tuesday’s international acca

Hungary to win

Colombia to win

England vs Belgium: Over 2.5 goals

Germany to win

Brazil to win


Hungary vs Kosovo

Kosovo have been a tough nut to crack recently but Hungary have reached a level where they will expect to win matches like this.

The hosts have won seven of eight on home soil beating the likes of Greece, Serbia and Turkey in recent matches. 

The visitors were let off the hook by Switzerland’s poor finishing in qualifying and lost away to Romania and Belarus.



Colombia vs Romania

Colombia are unbeaten in 20 matches dating back to early 2022. They’ve beaten Spain, Brazil and Germany during that run.

They rotated their squad a little on Friday but still recorded a 1-0 win over the Spaniards. On the other hand, Romania drew 1-1 with Northern Ireland.

The European nation haven’t lost in 12 matches but the level of competition they’ve faced has been very weak and this is a step up.



England vs Belgium

England looked worryingly toothless without Harry Kane leading the line. They did create some good chances, but their finishing was poor.

Brazil’s breakaways hurt them time and time again and Belgium, who rested Romelu Lukaku and Jeremy Doku on Friday, will do the same.

Still, we don’t expect Gareth Southgate’s side to record back-to-back blanks, but we don’t expect them to keep the visitors out.



Germany vs Netherlands

Despite beating Scotland 4-0 last time out, there was nothing particularly impressive against the Netherlands and their sloppy style of play.

Germany looked extremely strong as they beat France in Lyon and will be keen to start a winning run on home soil ahead of the Euros.

This is a massive fixture for both nations and one that the Germans haven’t won at home since 2011, so they’ll be eager to change that.



Spain vs Brazil

Tuesday is full of cracking fixtures and this is another one. We’re not sure how you can watch how these teams performed on Friday and price Spain as unanimous favourites.

Brazil fielded a slightly experimental side against England and didn’t always flow but still showed how much attacking quality they have.

Spain were second best to Colombia and are missing a host of key players who won’t feature on Tuesday, so an away win is more likely than priced.



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