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Saturday’s Euro 2020 Accumulator – Sat 23rd March

It’s a change of pace this week for our tips as we are leaving the domain of club football behind and instead we are focusing on the international calendar and in particular, the start of the Euro 2020 qualification campaign.

Euro 2020 will be a different competition to normal, with games spread across Europe at 12 venues in the summer of 2020. There is no host nation, meaning all 55 teams in European qualifying will participate and 20 of the 24 qualifiers will earn their spot by finishing in the top two of the ten groups.

The fixtures will be played from now through until November 2019, with the final four places decided in the Nations League playoffs in March 2020.

Unfortunately, Saturday’s selection of games doesn’t really offer us any rich pickings in terms of good odds and high quality encounters but I have put together what I feel is a very sensible fourfold bet, which I feel has an excellent chance of success, even if it does involved a couple of the minnows of European football.

Check back tomorrow too for a look at my Sunday accumulator which will feature Wales’ game with Slovakia as well as the massive clash of the night as the Netherlands take on Germany in a repeat of the clash between the teams in the Nations League from last year, which the Dutch got the better of.

Saturday’s Euro 2020 Acca – 23/03/2019

    • 2:00
    • Georgia v Switzerland - Away Win
    • 5:00
    • Malta v Faroe Islands - Draw
    • 5:00
    • Sweden v Romania - Draw
    • 7:45
    • Bosnia -Herz v Armenia - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 23rd March

Georgia v Switzerland – Away Win

These two last met in qualifying for the 2004  European Championship when the Swiss ran out comfortable winners 4-1 at home, but were held 0-0 in Tblisi. The Swiss have qualified for the Nations League semifinals, after an incredible 5-2 home win over Belgium in their final game last November and that result should give them huge confidence here. Georgia too qualified from their Nations League group and earned promotion and while they have not been beaten in five, the qualify of opponent they have faced has been poor and Switzerland is a huge step up in class for them. Georgia are tough to beat at home but I fancy Switzerland have the quality to earn the win.

Malta v Faroe Islands – Draw

These teams renew their acquaintance after meeting in the Nations League last year, the Faroe Islands winning 3-2 at home and then the teams shared a 1-1 draw in Valetta. They have met four times in total, the other two games being friendly games in 2013 (a 3-2 win at home for Malta) and 2004 (a 3-2 home win for the Faroes). Of the two teams, the Faroe Islands are probably just the better in terms of defensive ability but they do struggle for goals at times. Malta are not the best defensively but they do tend to find the net in games. Historically, games between these teams have been very close and I think this one will be exactly the same. It could go anyway and this is a tough one to call but in the end I am going to say a 1-1 draw is the most likely outcome here.

Sweden v Romania – Draw

These teams last met in March 2018 in Bucharest, with Romania sealing a 1-0 win, while they also met in a memorable match at the World Cup in the USA in 1994, with that game finishing in an exciting 2-2 draw. The Romanian’s come into this game in better form and they could well be a threat on the break with some dynamic attacking players, such as Brighton’s Florin Andone to watch out for. Sweden’s team is not the most attack-minded and I can’t see them scoring too many goals against a well marshalled Romanian defence. As such, I think a low scoring game is most likely and I feel either 0-0 or 1-1 is the most likely result here.

Bosnia-Herzegovina v Armenia – Home Win

Of the two teams it is Armenia who have the best recent record over their last three games, but they have played markedly inferior opponents compared to their opponents and in truth, I don’t think you can read too much into these performances as when it comes to quality on paper, the home side have a clear advantage. With the likes of Dzeko and Pjanic in the team, Bosnia should start this game as the clear favourites, although I can;t see there being too many goals here. Bosnia have netted just three in their last five games, but they have also only conceded one in that period. Armenia have scored and conceded more goals (12 scored in their last three, four conceded) but that was against far inferior opponents. I am backing Bosnia to win this one by one or two goals to nil.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

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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