Ticket of the Day (Saturday, 23.03.2024)

Lower leagues in Spain, England, Germany, and the Netherlands, along with friendly matches of national teams, are the center of attention this Saturday. The odds were valid at the time of proposal composition.

Denmark – Switzerland – 3+ @ 2.00 in MozzartBet

Both Denmark and Switzerland have already established themselves as regular participants in major tournaments. However, when they go to the World or European Championships, they somehow remain undefined, maybe advancing to the knockout phase but usually not beyond. It’s been over three decades since Denmark’s European Championship win in Sweden, which they attended undeservedly, replacing the former Yugoslavia, and it turned out to be the greatest achievement of this country’s team, unlikely to be repeated. The Swiss always easily pass the qualifications, but this time they did it a bit harder, finishing second in their group behind Romania and ahead of Israel, Kosovo, and Belarus. In the last four group matches, the Swiss did not win. The Danes shared the first place with Slovenia in their qualifying group and will play against them again in Germany, as well as against Serbia and England. Switzerland got the host, Hungary, and Scotland in the draw and has a good chance for another knockout phase. The Danes might be slight favorites at Parken, but goals seem like a more realistic option. For 3+, the coefficient in MozzartBet is 2.00.

Northampton – Derby County – 2 @ 1.70 in MozzartBet

The lower leagues in England are played without a break, although only a few matches are played in League 1 since some countries’ national team players are also involved. It will be interesting in the north of the Island where Northampton hosts Derby County. The Rams are aiming for a return to the Championship, surely tired of the third league, and are currently in the desired second place, seven rounds before the end of the season. Only the top two teams go to the higher division, and Derby won three crucial points in the last round against Bolton, their biggest competitor for that second spot. Portsmouth is currently safe at the top, although they have only 5 points more than the Rams. Derby has linked four victories and could win the fifth as they visit Northampton, a team that hasn’t known victory for five full rounds and has two consecutive losses without scoring a goal. Northampton lost 4:0 in Derby last autumn, and we believe they will be empty-handed in front of their fans too, but surely the difference won’t be that big. For a win (2), the coefficient in MozzartBet is 1.70.

Notts County – Salford – T12+ @ 1.65 in MozzartBet

The world’s oldest club, Notts County, returned to the professional ranks last spring but showed interest in further progress at the start of the season. However, Notts County faltered in the second part of the season and is currently in 13th place with 51 points earned. That’s only 6 less than Wimbledon, the last team in the playoff zone, and Notts County has a game in hand. Therefore, chances for a playoff placement exist, and they increased after a great 3:0 victory in Bradford last weekend. That triumph came after a draw in Accrington and five consecutive losses before that. Maybe they have regained form, and this will be seen in the duel with Salford, another team that plays much weaker in the second part of the season. Salford City has no ambition to go to League 1, and their main goal is to secure survival in this rank as soon as possible. Judging by the fact that they have a double-digit advantage over the teams below the line, and only two are relegated, we will watch them next season in the fourth league too. We can always expect goals from Notts County, so we are convinced that Salford’s net will shake at least twice. For T12+, the odds in MozzartBet are 1.65.

Willem II – Venlo – 1,2+ @ 1.70 in MozzartBet

The championship in the Dutch Eerste Divisie is nearing its end, and the team of Willem II is still at the top. The top two teams enter the first league, and the team from Tilburg currently has 6 points more than third-placed Groningen and 5 more than their first follower, Roda. Considering that they are being chased by all former first-league teams, there is no room for relaxation, and Willem will have to continue with victories until they mathematically become a new member of the Eredivisie. In the previous two rounds, they defeated Eindhoven and Den Bosch, each with a three-goal difference, and against Venlo, they will surely face a tougher task. Venlo is also a former first-league team, but at this moment, they are not even in the playoff zone, precisely being just below the line in 9th position. It is expected to see Venlo in the playoffs, but it is a big question whether they have the quality to return to the elite. Venlo has only one victory in the last six rounds, which is enough data to conclude that they have nothing to look for in Tilburg. Along with the home win, we add two goals for the home team, and for the combination 1,2+, the odds are 1.70 in MozzartBet.

The total odds on the ticket for Saturday in MozzartBet are 9.54.

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