Euro 2024 Tuesday qualifiers treble: Goals can flow in Oslo
The final batch of European Championship qualifiers for September take place on Tuesday, with nine games to look forward to.
We have put a handy treble together, with Norway and North Macedonia expected to get the better of Georgia and Malta, respectively, while Romania could come out on top in an entertaining clash with Kosovo.
Norway are an enigma. They have tonnes of talent, especially in attack, but cannot put a consistent run of results together.
They have won only once in four Group A outings, beating Cyprus 3-1 in June, and will hope for something similar against a Georgian side fresh from being smashed 7-1 by Spain on Friday.
Stale Solbakken's team prepared for this game by beating Jordan 6-0 in a friendly on Thursday and were able to rest Erling Haaland for that match. Haaland netted twice in the win over Cyprus and is sure to appear on Tuesday.
Georgia possess their own scoring threat through Napoli's Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and will test Norway in a similar manner to March's 1-1 draw in Batumi.
Home advantage could be the difference in Oslo and Norway can get the better of an entertaining game.
Malta and North Macedonia face off in Group C and the visitors to Ta'Qali could do the double over their opponents.
Blagoja Milevski's side head west on the back of a spirited 1-1 draw against Italy in which they cancelled out Ciro Immobile's opening goal through an Enis Bardi effort.
They took the honours in March's reverse game, winning 2-1, but their poor finishing almost cost them in Skopje, where they had two-and-a-half times as many efforts on goal as the Falcons.
Malta come into the game on the back of a morale-boosting 1-0 friendly win over Gibraltar but despite North Macedonia's relatively lowly status within the game, they still look a level above their rivals and should get the victory.
A run of three straight draws will have left Romania with mixed emotions but they should make home advantage count against Kosovo.
The pair's 0-0 draw in Pristina sparked that trio of ties, subsequently coming from behind to draw 2-2 in Switzerland and then playing out Saturday's 1-1 with Israel.
Those results leave the Tricolours second in Group I and in with a real chance of qualification.
Kosovo sit fifth of the six teams involved in the pool and lost their last away match 2-1 to Belarus.
Vedat Muriqi netted a late penalty on neutral territory in Budapest, before scoring both of his country's goals in Saturday's 2-2 draw against Switzerland.
That previous draw with Romania is the only game the Kosovans have failed to score in during the current qualification campaign.
With Muriqi in such good form, they look set to give Edward Iordanescu's team plenty to ponder, but Romania should have too much.
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