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Thursday’s Euro 2024 Qualifying Double Tips
Luxembourg v Bosnia & Herzegovina
Going into the final two games of the qualifying campaign, Luxembourg still have a slight chance of qualifying, needing to win their last two games. Luxembourg have picked up 11 points from a possible 24, beating Iceland, Liechtenstein and Bosnia in the process.
Goals have not exactly been flying in for the hosts; however, Danel Sinani, Gerson Rodrigues and Yvandro Borges Sanches have shown attacking promise, sharing all of their eight goals between them. Besides their games against group leaders Portugal, Luxembourg have impressed defensively, conceding only three goals in six games and keeping three clean sheets.
Bosnia’s qualifying record is not very impressive, with the visitors only amassing a total of nine points. What is more worrying is that two of those wins came against Liechtenstein, who are currently bottom of Group J, having lost all eight of their games, scoring only once and conceding 25 times.
Captain Edin Dzeko has struggled to find the back of the net, only scoring one goal for his country. Bosnia have not been too impressive at the back, only keeping two clean sheets, both of which came against Liechtenstein.
The last time the pair faced each other, Luxembourg won 2-0. The hosts will be disappointed with anything other than three points here; however, Bosnia did cause issues for similar level opposition in Iceland; therefore, backing the hosts to either win or draw seems sensible.
Slovakia v Iceland
Slovakia will welcome Iceland to Bratislava on Thursday night. The hosts will be hopeful of securing qualification for next summer’s tournament.
Slovakia have performed well in the qualification stage, amassing 16 points from a possible 24, only losing twice against Portugal. Slovakia need just one point to secure qualification. The hosts have a very good defensive record, only conceding a total of five goals, four of which came against Portugal, keeping five clean sheets in total.
The hosts have been decent going forward; however, they do lack a clear goal source, with these goals being shared by nine players, although this does show that goals can be scored by players in all areas of their squad.
Iceland’s hopes of qualifying for next summer’s competition are slowly fading, with Age Hareide’s side needing to win both of their remaining fixtures, also depending on the results of both Slovakia and Luxembourg.
Iceland have been expressive going forward, scoring 15 times. Like Slovakia, their goals have been shared by plenty of players. They have struggled defensively, conceding ten goals, only keeping three clean sheets, with two of these coming against Liechtenstein.
When Slovakia visited Iceland, Slovakia won by a one-goal margin. However, when Iceland visit the Slovakian capital, it will be even more difficult for the visitors.
Montenegro v Lithuania
Lithuania will travel to Montenegro on Thursday night. The hosts will be looking to put pressure on the top two of Group G.
Montenegro still have a chance of qualifying for Euro 2024 but will need to win both of their remaining fixtures. Goals have not been flying in for Montenegro; however, forwards Stevan Jovetic and Nikola Krstovic have scored four goals between them, demonstrating some attacking threat. The hosts have been quite secure defensively, only conceding eight goals, and keeping a clean sheet against group leaders Hungary.
Lithuania can no longer qualify for next summer’s competition, meaning they have little to play for when they visit Montenegro. Lithuania have at times looked insecure at the back, conceding two or more goals in five of their seven games.
The only games in which they have conceded less than two goals were against Bulgaria, who have only scored three goals in their six qualifying games. Lithuania have scored eight goals; however, they do lack a prolific forward, with their full back Pijus Sirvys being their current top scorer with three goals.
In September, the sides faced each other in Lithuania, drawing 2-2. However, with home advantage, as well as the possibility of qualification, Montenegro will not be satisfied with anything less than three points from this fixture.
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