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Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for today's international friendlies, including Spain vs. Brazil.


Uganda vs. Ghana (Tuesday, 4.00pm)

Uganda will face Ghana at Stade de Marrakech on Tuesday evening, with both teams looking to bounce back from defeats.

The Cranes lost woefully to Comoros while the Black Stars were humbled by their West Africa neighbors, Nigeria.

We say: Uganda 1-2 Ghana


Otto Addo took Ghana to the 2022 World Cup and we will believe that his return could spark something good for the Black Stars. While they lost to AFCON finalists Nigeria, we think they will be able to edge out an Ugandan side lacking in quality.

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Latvia vs. Liechtenstein (Tuesday, 5.00pm)

Both looking to record their maiden successes of the calendar year, Latvia will pit their wits against European minnows Liechtenstein on Tuesday night at Stadio Antonis Papadopoulos in an international friendly.

The 11 Wolves earned a draw in their first match of the March international break versus Cyprus, whilst the Blue-Reds were thrashed by the Faroe Islands earlier in the pause.

We say: Latvia 2-0 Liechtenstein


Having earned their first decent result in over a year last time out, Latvia should be confident of easing past a Liechtenstein side who are enduring a record-breaking losing run.

The Blue-Reds showed no signs of possible success against the Faroe Islands on Friday, and we reckon that it could be a similar story in Larnaca on Tuesday night.

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Norway vs. Slovakia (Tuesday, 6.00pm)

Slovakia's preparations for this summer's European Championship will continue on Tuesday evening with an international friendly against Norway in Oslo.

The visitors will enter the contest off the back of a 2-0 loss to Austria on Saturday, while Norway were in action on Friday, suffering a 2-1 defeat to the Czech Republic.

We say: Norway 1-1 Slovakia


Both teams will enter this match off the back of disappointing results, so we are expecting the sides to be fired-up for this contest. It is always difficult to know exactly what to expect from friendlies at this stage of the year, but we can see the spoils being shared in a close match on Tuesday night.

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Hungary vs. Kosovo (Tuesday, 6.00pm)

Kosovo will travel to Budapest on Tuesday to meet Hungary in an international friendly at the Puskas Arena.

The hosts got the better of Turkey in a friendly last time out, while their visitors prevailed in a trip to Armenia on Friday.

We say: Hungary 3-1 Kosovo


Hungary are certainly in a rich vein of form, and with more quality throughout their ranks and home advantage in Budapest, we back them to record another victory on Tuesday.

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Malta vs. Belarus (Tuesday, 6.00pm)

Malta will be bidding to build on a positive result against Slovenia last time out when they welcome Belarus to Ta' Qali for an international friendly on Tuesday night.

The home side will enter the contest off the back of a 2-2 draw with Slovenia on Thursday, while Belarus suffered a 2-0 defeat to Montenegro on the same night.

We say: Malta 1-1 Belarus


Malta will be full of confidence following their strong result against Slovenia, and we are backing the home side to make it two games unbeaten against Belarus at the Ta' Qali National Stadium on Tuesday night.

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Czech Republic vs. Armenia (Tuesday, 7.00pm)

Czech Republic continue their preparation for Euro 2024 with a friendly against Armenia in Prague on Tuesday.

Ivan Hasek's reign started with a win over Norway last week, and the Czechs will look to build on that improvement after only narrowly sealing their place in Germany.

We say: Czech Republic 4-0 Armenia


Armenia are prone to a heavy defeat, and if the Czechs can turn on the style they are capable of with plenty of attacking talent, this could be a very one-sided affair.

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Denmark vs. Faroe Islands (Tuesday, 7.15pm)

Aiming to record their maiden victory of 2024, Denmark will welcome a relatively in-form Faroe Islands side to Brondby Stadion on Tuesday night for an international friendly.

The Red and Whites played out a goalless draw versus Switzerland during their first match of the international period, whilst Landslioio won handsomely against minnows Liechtenstein.

We say: Denmark 2-0 Faroe Islands


After failing to find the net against Switzerland, Denmark will be raring to rake in the goals versus a visiting side who have only won once in the past 18 months.

Faroe Islands enjoyed a morale-boosting victory over Liechtenstein last time out, however we do not believe that Landslioio will be able to make it back-to-back successes in this international period.

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Colombia vs. Romania (Tuesday, 7.30pm)

Colombia and Romania continue the respective build-ups ahead of their upcoming major tournament appearances with a friendly in Madrid on Tuesday.

While the South American nation are on one of the longest current unbeaten runs in international football, Romania are on a high having qualified for Euro 2024.

We say: Colombia 2-0 Romania


We expect Romania to give a better account of themselves than they did against Northern Ireland, that draw potentially acting as the catalyst for an improved performance here. However, we cannot back against Colombia, who may prevail through a goal in each half.

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Ivory Coast vs. Uruguay (Tuesday, 7.30pm)

Ivory Coast will face Uruguay in an international friendly at Stade Bollaert-Delelis on Tuesday, looking to pick up a first win after their Africa Cup of Nations triumph.

Both sides head into this game in the back of draws with Benin and Basque Country, respectively.

We say: Ivory Coast 2-1 Uruguay


Uruguay will head into this game without most of their big stars, reducing their chances of getting a win here. We think Ivory Coast will present a side with better quality for this affair and they have a coach with more to prove with this game.

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Senegal vs. Benin (Tuesday, 7.30pm)

Ahead of their return to the 2026 World Cup qualifiers, Senegal and Benin go head to head in a friendly matchup at the Stade de la Licorne on Tuesday.

Having failed to win the last eight meetings between the two nations, Benin will head into this one looking to get one over the Lions of Teranga and end their run of 15 consecutive games without a win.

We say: Senegal 2-0 Benin


Fresh off the back of a solid team display against Gabon, Senegal will head into Tuesday's game with sky-high confidence. Cisse's men boast the firepower needed to get the job done and we see them extending their dominance over Benin.

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England vs. Belgium (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Two European titans who both failed to win - or even score - in their opening fixtures of the year clash at Wembley on Tuesday evening, as England and Belgium fight for friendly supremacy.

The Three Lions' affair with Brazil on Saturday night ended in a humbling 1-0 defeat, while the Red Devils were held to a goalless draw by John O'Shea's Republic of Ireland.

We say: England 1-1 Belgium


Should Lukaku indeed be given the green light to line up at Wembley, Belgium will pack a meaner punch in attack than they did against Ireland, and the Red Devils have a knack for keeping things tight at the back as well.

While we still have faith in England to learn some lessons from Saturday's defeat and breach the sturdy Belgium backline once, Southgate's men are still a shadow of their former selves up top without Kane or Saka, and an uninspiring draw could be on the cards this week.

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> How Belgium could line up against England

> How England could line up against Belgium


Germany vs. Netherlands (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Two European heavyweights will lock horns at Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt on Tuesday night, when Euro 2024 hosts Germany welcome the Netherlands for an important international friendly.

Die Mannschaft are in buoyant mood following the comfortable success over France on Saturday night, whilst Oranje will be hoping to build on a handsome victory over Scotland a day earlier.

We say: Germany 2-1 Netherlands


Germany's victory over France on the weekend certainly raised a few eyebrows across the continent as the Euros draw nearer, and a sold-out Frankfurt crowd will expect another exciting display on Tuesday.

The Netherlands are in sensational form - scoring 12 and conceding none over the last four matches - but we feel that a potentially-resurgent Die Mannschaft side will earn the victory in this encounter.

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> How the Netherlands could line up against Germany

> How Germany could line up against the Netherlands


Scotland vs. N. Ireland (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Aiming to get back on track after a heavy loss in Amsterdam, Euro 2024-bound Scotland continue their build-up to this summer's finals against Northern Ireland on Tuesday.

Two regional rivals meet at Hampden, where the hosts hope to end a six-game streak without victory; meanwhile, their visitors will be buoyed by recent results.

We say: Scotland 1-0 Northern Ireland


In their first meeting for nine years, these neighbouring nations should play out a close contest, perhaps decided by a slim margin in Scotland's favour. Always a threat at Hampden, the hosts are sure to score at least once, which could be enough to see off a young Northern Ireland side.

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Rep. Ireland vs. Switzerland (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Following goalless draws in their first March friendlies, the Republic of Ireland and Euro 2024-bound Switzerland will meet in Dublin on Tuesday.

Ireland emerged with a creditable result from their weekend game against Belgium, while their Swiss counterparts held Denmark in Copenhagen.

We say: Republic of Ireland 1-0 Switzerland


The Republic of Ireland have won only one of their last seven games against Switzerland, as the two nations have headed in different directions over the past few years. However, the Boys in Green stood firm against Belgium and could now capitalise on the Swiss side's shortcomings.

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Slovenia vs. Portugal (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Roberto Martinez will be looking to continue his perfect record as Portugal head coach when his team take on Slovenia in an international friendly in Ljubljana on Tuesday night.

The visitors will enter the contest off the back of a 5-2 victory over Sweden on Thursday, while Slovenia were held to a 2-2 draw by Malta on the same evening.

We say: Slovenia 1-2 Portugal


Portugal will have fresh legs for this contest, but there will be some key players missing for Martinez's side. Slovenia struggled against Malta last time out, and we are predicting more frustration for the hosts here, as Portugal's quality should allow them to post a 12th straight victory under Martinez.

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> How Portugal could line up against Slovenia


Austria vs. Turkey (Tuesday, 7.45pm)

Looking to make it back-to-back wins during this month's international period, Austria will welcome Turkey to Ernst-Happel-Stadion on Tuesday night for a friendly clash.

Das Team recorded a 2-0 success over Slovakia earlier in the international break, whilst the Crescent Stars were unable to earn a result versus Hungary.

We say: Austria 1-0 Turkey


Following a resounding success in Slovakia, Austria will be confident of making it back-to-back March victories on home soil against Turkey.

The Crescent Stars have struggled on the road recently, so we are expecting successive defeats for Montella's men.

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France vs. Chile (Tuesday, 8.00pm)

France will look to recover from Saturday's defeat to Germany when they welcome Chile to the Stade Velodrome on Tuesday.

That was a first home defeat in almost two years for the French, while Chile will look to spring another surprise after a fine result of their own over the weekend.

We say: France 3-1 Chile


France will be fully expectant of a win to make up for Saturday's defeat, even though Chile appear to be a side improving under new management.

A fine attacking performance against an often resolute Albania was a big positive, and Chile should provide a threat but may come undone given the quality of the French.

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> How France could line up against Chile


Mali vs. Nigeria (Tuesday, 8.00pm)

Mali will take on Nigeria in a battle of the Eagles at Stade de Marrakech on Tuesday evening.

Both nations will be facing off for the eighth time in history, eight years from their last meeting in 2016.

We say: Mali 1-2 Nigeria


Nigeria have a superior team going into this match, especially due to the fact that Mali are without some of their best legs. With the Super Eagles playing without pressure, we think they will edge this game due to their quality in front of goal.

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Spain vs. Brazil (Tuesday, 8.30pm)

One of the most iconic stadiums in world football will play host to a glamour international friendly on Tuesday evening, as European powerhouses Spain welcome South American giants Brazil to Bernabeu.

Spain will enter the contest off the back of a surprise 1-0 defeat to Colombia on Friday, while Brazil were in action on Saturday, recording a 1-0 victory over England at Wembley.

We say: Spain 1-1 Brazil


It is always difficult to know exactly what to expect when two powerhouses of international football lock horns in a friendly, especially at this stage of the year. Spain will be keen to bounce back from their loss to Colombia, but Brazil were impressive against England, and we are predicting a low-scoring draw on Tuesday.

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> How Spain could line up against Brazil

> How Brazil could line up against Spain


Algeria vs. South Africa (Tuesday, 9.00pm)

In their final warm-up friendly before returning to the World Cup qualifiers, Algeria and South Africa go head to head at the Stade Nelson Mandela on Tuesday.

This will be the first meeting between the two nations since January 2015, when the Desert Warriors picked up a comfortable 3-1 victory in the group stages of the Africa Cup of Nations.

We say: Algeria 2-1 South Africa


Algeria made light work of Bolivia last time out and will head into Tuesday's game with sky-high confidence. While South Africa's home advantage gives them a slight edge, Petkovic's men boast a stronger squad on paper and we see them coming away with the desired result at the Stade Nelson Mandela.

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Morocco vs. Mauritania (Tuesday, 10.00pm)

Morocco will look to make it two successive victories when they face Mauritania at Adrar Stadium on Tuesday night.

Both sides were present at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, and both exited the competition in the round of 16.

We say: Morocco 2-0 Mauritania


The Atlas Lions are unbeaten in exhibition games since a 3-0 loss to the USA in June 2022, an almost two-year run they hope to continue on Friday. We expect them to continue this run next Tuesday as they will be too strong for Mauritania.

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