After an exciting month of club football, international football returns this week, as teams look to move closer to qualifying for Euro 2024. Saturday night sees encounters in Groups C, F, and I; some big nations are in action, not least England, Italy, and Belgium.
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Sweden will be desperate to get points on the board after a sluggish start has left them four points adrift of second-placed Belgium, and seven points behind Austria in first. Away to Estonia, they certainly have a good chance. England meanwhile will be gunning for a fifth win in five games as they face Ukraine, and Switzerland will also be looking to keep their unbeaten start going as they narrowly lead Group I ahead of Romania and Israel. If a goals bet is more of your thing, you can view our Saturday Euro 2024 qualifying goals double as well.
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Saturday’s Euro 2024 Qualifying Accumulator Tips
Estonia v Sweden
It has been a very underwhelming start to the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign for Sweden, and they will be hoping that this international break can be the one that will kickstart it and begin their push to qualify for the tournament. The Swedes have started the group with one win and two defeats from their opening three fixtures, with both losses coming against the sides who currently occupy the qualification places, Belgium and Austria.
Estonia, on the other hand, are on the hunt for their first win in the group and they sit on one point. In the past four meetings between these two sides, Sweden are unbeaten, drawing two and winning the other two and the strength of their squad compared to Estonia’s suggests that there will be a similar sort of outcome. The Swedes are priced at 1.33 to get the win over their opponents and it could be a wise bet.
Ukraine v England
It has been a perfect start to Euro 2024 qualifying for the Three Lions as they look all but certain to confirm their place at next summer’s tournament. They have emerged victorious over each of the sides they have faced in their group so far this qualifying campaign. England have been clinical in front of goal so far too, netting 15 goals and conceding just one.
Their opponents have started relatively well too, losing just one game and that being against the Three Lions. The head-to-head between the two sides favours England, as they have prevailed three times out of the last five and drew the other two, and it is expected that Saturday’s game follows the same pattern.
Andorra v Belarus
Both of these sides sit towards the bottom of the group and stand no real chance of qualifying for the tournament. The two sides have shipped seven and ten goals respectively so far in their qualifying campaign. Belarus have performed the better of the two teams, winning 2-1 against Kosovo last time out to give them their maiden win in the group stages.
The four games involving Andorra in qualifying so far have seen ten goals, averaging out at 2.5 goals per game. Belarus on the other hand have seen 14 goals so far in their four games, which is an average of 3.5 goals per game. Having looked at the stats it seems as if the overs goal market is a sensible way into this one.
Kosovo v Switzerland
The Swiss have begun life in Group I very positively, as they sit top of the group unbeaten, winning three of their four games and drawing the other one. They crashed out of the World Cup in resounding fashion, losing 6-1 at the hands of Portugal in the round of 16, and will be hoping to qualify for Euro 2024 as quickly as possible in order to get a good campaign behind them.
New Burnley forward Zeki Amdouni has been on fire for the Swiss so far in qualifying, with the 22-year-old netting five goals in four games, powering him to second place in the top scorer charts for the competition. Kosovo are yet to gain their first win in the group so far and will be hoping that the home crowd can spur them on to victory. However, the obvious choice for this game is to see a win for the Swiss.
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