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Groups A, F, G and J come to a close on Sunday, with several spots in the European Championships still up for grabs.
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Sunday’s Euro 2024 Qualifying Accumulator Tips
Scotland v Norway
Hampden Park will be in party mode as Scotland face Norway in their final Euro 2024 qualifier.
It has been a qualifying campaign to remember for Steve Clarke’s Scotland side as they managed to secure qualification for back-to-back European Championships.
The Scots sit second in their group ahead of their final match at home to Norway and are still in with a chance of finishing top of the group as they currently find themselves on 16 points.
Norway on the other hand have had an incredibly underwhelming qualifying campaign given the quality of the players at their disposal.
The last time these two sides met, it was an evenly contested affair but two late Scottish goals in Oslo snatched the win at the death. Now with less on the line, it can be expected that both managers will shuffle the pack and possibly play weaker teams, allowing for an open game.
In their seven games so far, Scotland have seen 19 goals scored to an average of 2.71 goals per game. Norway have gone one better and have seen a total of 20 goals scored in their seven fixtures and that averages out 2.86 goals scored per game.
With that in mind, the both teams to score market looks a good one to explore.
Spain v Georgia
In the race to top Group A, 2008 and 2012 Euros winners Spain will face Georgia.
Spain suffered something of a setback during the March internationals, when they fell to a shock 2-0 loss against Scotland at Hampden Park.
Since that game, however, Luis De La Fuente’s side have completely changed their fortunes, winning five group games in a row and winning the Nations League. The Spaniards have been practically unbreachable, conceding just four goals in the group stage so far. In that time, they have also scored 22 to an average of 3.14 goals per game.
Sunday’s opponents Georgia have only recorded two wins in the group stage, with both of those coming against bottom of the group Cyprus. In their seven group fixtures so far, the Georgians have seen 26 goals scored which is an average of 3.71 goals per game.
These two sides have met three times in the last three years, with Spain emerging victorious on every occasion. The most recent meeting between the two saw the Spaniards win 7-1. Across those three recent games, there have been a total of 15 goals scored for a whopping average of five goals scored per game.
Bosnia & Herzegovina v Slovakia
We now turn our attention to Group J, and our first stop comes in Bosnia, where the hosts will face Slovakia.
Francesco Calzona’s Slovakia side managed to secure their qualification for Euro 2024 last time out, with a 4-2 victory at home to Iceland proving enough to see them finish in second place. The Slovaks have only fallen to two defeats in their nine group stage matches, and both of those came against top of the group Portugal.
Slovakia have seen 22 goals scored across their nine games and that averages out to 2.44 per game. The displays have been far from convincing but have ultimately been enough to see them over the line.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, meanwhile, have had a poor qualifying campaign, picking up just three wins, with two of those wins coming against bottom side Liechtenstein. Savo Milosevic’s men have been sloppy at the back, conceding 18 goals to an average of two per game.
These sides have not met too often in recent times, with just four meetings in the last 13 years but the results of those games have been mixed. Both countries have won two games apiece, with Slovakia winning the most recent one 2-0.
With their positions in the group considered, as well as recent form, a double chance bet in favour of Slovakia looks to be a sensible option at a good price.
Liechtenstein v Luxembourg
It’s a battle of the minnows as Liechtenstein play host to a Luxembourg side who have been punching above their weight in recent years.
It has been a case of so near yet so far for Luxembourg in Euro qualifying. At various points in the group stages, it had looked as if they had a real chance of being at next summer’s tournament but much to their dismay, they ultimately fell just short.
Luc Holtz’s side have performed exceptionally though and can be proud of the football they’ve played. The side ranked 87th in the world have seen plenty of goalmouth action in their nine games so far with 31 goals being shared to an average of 3.44 goals scored.
Sunday’s opponents Liechtenstein have not had an enjoyable group stage, as would be expected of them. The minnows have lost every game they have played, netting only one goal in the process. They have shipped 27 goals which is an average of exactly three goals conceded a game.
The last time these two sides met, Luxembourg emerged 2-0 winners and it has to be said they could have scored a lot more.
Portugal v Iceland
Another leg of our five-fold sees already-qualified Portugal aim to complete a perfect campaign, against Iceland.
It has been an absolute demolition job from the Euro 2016 winners Portugal on the rest of the countries in Group J, with Roberto Martinez’s side winning nine from nine in the group.
The Portuguese have been a goalscoring machine, netting a whopping 34 goals across nine games for an average of 3.77 goals scored per game. Star man Cristiano Ronaldo has been on fine form for his country, scoring ten of those 34 goals scored.
Sunday’s opponents Iceland have failed to replicate the heroic performances that saw them reach the quarter-finals of the 2016 Euros and find themselves sat on just ten points. Iceland have seen 31 goals scored in their nine group games for an average of 3.44 goals a game.
These two countries have met four times in recent years and Portugal have won three of those four and drawn the other one.
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