Euro 2024 Monday qualifiers treble: Croatia set for another speedy success
There are five more European Championship qualifiers on Monday with some crucial fixtures in Group D and Group J as teams jostle for places at next summer's finals in Germany.
Nations League finalists Croatia travel to Armenia, aiming to follow up Friday's 5-0 rout of Latvia, and Roberto Martinez's Portugal are expected to stretch their winning streak in Group J to six matches when they host Luxembourg.
Croatia went 2-0 up against Latvia inside 13 minutes of Friday's 5-0 victory and the class acts of Group D should not have long to wait for a breakthrough in Armenia.
The Croatians reached the World Cup final in 2018, finished third in Qatar last year, and lost June's Nations League final on penalty to Spain so there are no doubts over their international pedigree.
They were held to a 1-1 draw by Wales in their opening qualifier but Nathan Broadhead's 93rd-minute equaliser was Wales's only shot on target.
Croatia eased to a 2-0 win over group leaders Turkey in their second game, thanks to two first-half goals from Mateo Kovacic, and they should take control early on against Armenia.
Iceland hammered Group J rivals Liechtenstein 7-0 in March but they have lost their other four qualifiers and could be set for another tough night at home to Bosnia.
When these teams met on matchday one, Bosnia ran out convincing 3-0 winners and they look a tempting bet to complete a double over Iceland.
They raced into a 2-0 lead inside 20 minutes of Friday's 2-1 home win against Liechtenstein and Iceland, who have had a player sent off in their last two games, may well stumble to a third straight home defeat.
Portugal have made a perfect start to life under Roberto Martinez, winning all five of their qualifiers in Group J without conceding a goal.
They thrashed Luxembourg 6-0 away from home in March although those six goals came from just eight shots on target and Monday's rematch could be less one-sided.
Luxembourg have responded impressively, with 2-0 wins over Liechtenstein and Bosnia in June before a 3-1 home victory against Iceland on Friday.
They started their campaign with a goalless draw away to Slovakia and their defence should put up a good fight against Portugal, who have won their last two games by a 1-0 margin.
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