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Euro 2024 Qualifiers Acca – 25th & 26th March

This week we take a break from the usual run of domestic and European football as we are now on an international break.

Not just that, we are actually now set to start the year-long qualifying campaign for the Euro 2024 Finals that will take place across ten stadia in Germany in the summer of that year.

A total of 20 teams from the 10 groups will qualify direct for the finals by finishing first or second in their group. With three more teams earning a spot in the Euro 2024 playoffs in March 2024.

Germany, as hosts, make up the 24th and final team in the tournament.

Unfortunately, it just so happens that the games that are scheduled to be played across Saturday and Sunday this week include a number of very one-sided matches which means that I think this may be the shortest odds acca I have done.

Still, at least that means that the bookies feel that this stands a good chance of success and in truth, after so many near misses, I’d like to land any win.

I’ve focused on the Home Nations for this set of tips, taking in the Scotland and Wales opening Group Games on the Saturday, followed by the second group games for England and Northern Ireland on the Sunday.

Let’s see what I’ve tipped for those games.

Euro 2024 Qualifiers Acca – 25th & 16th March

    • 2:00
    • Sat - Scotland v Cyprus Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Sat - Croatia v Wales Home Win
    • 5:00
    • Sun - England v Ukraine Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Sun - N.Ireland v Finland Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 25th March

Group A – Scotland v Cyprus – Home Win

Scotland have been drawn in a tricky Group A alongside Spain, Norway, Georgia and Cyprus and they begin their campaign with a must-win home game against Cyprus. It won’t get any easier than this for the Scots and with games coming up against Spain and then Norway, three points here is vital. Of course, the Scots should do it, with Andy Robertson as captain, John McGinn in midfield and a number of talented attackers, the Scots should land a comfortable home win here. My worry is that in previous years, games like this have gone wrong for the Scots, but I think under Steve Clarke, they should land the win to kick start their campaign positively.

Group D – Croatia v Wales – Home Win

With Gareth Bale now retired, Aaron Ramsey inherits the captain’s armband and Wales chances of qualifying from Group D are somewhat slimmer than when Bale was playing. World Cup semifinalists Croatia provide Welsh with their first and likely sternest test in the group, although the games against Armenia and Turkey will also be crucial. This is a young and developing Wales side who will likely not be at their best for a good three or four years just yet, so this qualification campaign may come a little too soon for some of them. Wales will make this tough but Croatia will take the win.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 26th March

Group C – England v Ukraine – Home Win 

Depending on how the Three Lions get on against Italy in Naples on Thursday, this game could be one to cement their place at the top of the table, or a game that the Three Lions must win to avoid their chief rivals in Group C from getting a heads up on them. Ukraine will have plenty of support at Wembley and from neutrals all around the world, but this is a tough game for them and their record at Wembley isn’t very encouraging. Ukraine’s sole win against England came in Kiev and their best result was a 1-1 draw in World Cup qualifying in 2012. This Ukraine team has more on its mind than football though and so I’d expect a comfortable England win here.

Group H – Northern Ireland v Finland – Draw

Northern Ireland have been drawn in Group H, which offers them a decent chance of earning a qualifying spot. Denmark will win the group, but it will between the two teams playing here and Slovenia for that second qualifying spot in the group. Northern Ireland are probably a much weaker team than they were in Michael O’Neill’s first spell in charge of the team, but the former Stoke City manager is back for a second spell and his arrival will breathe new life into the team. Finland are a tricky opponent though and they did reach the Euro 2020 Finals. Windsor Park is never easy though and I can see the home side taking something from this game. I just feel it won’t be quite enough to secure three points meaning that the draw is the best option here.

Dean Wyatt

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Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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