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Sunday’s Footy Acca – Sun 24th March

We’re back in action with another set of Euro 2020 qualifiers to make up our acca for Sunday this week and I am happy to say that we have a few more of the ‘big boys’ of European football in action today which should make this particular accumulator a little more exciting (and hopefully offer a better value return).

The big game of the day comes in Holland where the home side will once again take on Germany, the side they beat in the Nations League in the autumn (in a campaign which actually saw Germany relegated to League B for the next incarnation of this tournament).  This is a game which could have a massive impact as to who wins this particular group, which also contains Northern Ireland.

Wales are also in action for the first time in qualifying after they earned a last gasp 1-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago in a friendly last week. Liverpool youngster Connor Woodburn scoring the goal in injury time to hand Ryan Giggs team a timely boost ahead of this home clash with Slovakia, a game Wales will feel they must win if they are to stand a chance of earning a qualification spot in their group.

These two games will of course form half of our Sunday fourfold accumulator this week, so let’s take a look all the games part of it below.

Sunday’s Euro 2020 Accumulator – 24/03/2019

    • 2:00
    • Wales v Slovakia - Home Win
    • 5:00
    • Hungary v Croatia - Away Win
    • 5:00
    • Israel v Austria - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Netherlands v Germany - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 42th March

Wales v Slovakia – Home Win

Wales ended a two-match losing streak with their last gasp win over Trinidad and Tobago in the week and that was key for Ryan Giggs’ young team as they now head into the much more important process of Euro 2020 qualification. Gareth Bale sat out that game for Wales but he will likely return, along with Aaron Ramsey, to spearhead the Welsh attack against a Slovakia side that have proven to be tricky opponents for a number of top European sides in recent times. That said, Wales at home are a different prospect when Bale and Ramsey are in the team and as such, and with the importance of this game likely to be clear to all, I am backing the experienced duo to inspire the home side to a vital win here.

Hungary v Croatia – Away Win

Since reaching the World Cup Final, it has been something of a mixed bag in terms of results for Croatia. They managed to beat Spain in their final home game of Nations League qualifying, but then lost to England in the final game, which meant that it was the Three Lions who topped the group, with Croatia relegated into League B as a result. With a squad that has its best players now the wrong side of 30, I feel Euro 2020 will be the last hurrah for many in this squad but regardless of that, I still feel they are talented enough to get the result they need in this tricky game away to Hungary, a side that are improving but which are still some way off the best Europe has to offer. It won’t be a big win, but I am expecting Croatia to earn the three points.

Israel v Austria – Away Win

Israel have beaten Scotland at home in recent times and Austria will know that this game is certainly not going to be a game where they can expect an easy ride. However, consistency is not the hallmark of any Israeli team and in truth, I think this Austrian side is developing nicely and they do have some very talented players, who are playing in good teams across Europe. Israel have their own stars, Ben Yedda at Sevilla a case in point, but they lack the quality in depth and the quality in midfield that Austria possess. This is another game that will likely be very close but it is one that I can just about see the visitors winning.

Netherlands v Germany – Home Win

These teams met in the Nations League with the Dutch thumping Germany 3-0 on home soil in October, before travelling to Germany and emerging with a 2-2 draw, thanks to Virgil van Dijk’s last minute header, a result which played a key role in the Dutch qualifying from that group (also beating World Cup Winners France in the process). Germany didn’t look particularly great in drawing with Serbia in the week although their second half performance was notably better than their first but this new look squad still looks to be bedding in. The Dutch are past that stage though and as such, I am expecting them to inflict more misery on Germany here.

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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