European Championship value acca predictions: Three teams to back in Sunday’s Euro 2024 qualifiers
Sunday features some crunch games in qualifying for Euro 2024, as sides are racing to book their spots in Germany for next summer.
For sides like Denmark and Poland, this weekend brings vital away trips which could change the course of their qualifying campaigns.
Below you can find our 27/1 treble on Sunday’s best action, backing three sides to claim huge home wins as they push to make the Euros.
Group H has been entertaining so far, with Finland and Denmark up against Slovenia and Kazakhstan for two spots at the Euros. While the Danes had been expected to walk this group, they have struggled on the road following their disappointing World Cup showing in Qatar.
The Danes have dropped five points away to Kazakhstan and Slovenia, while Sunday pits them against a Finland side who have won each of their last four qualifiers.
The hosts have not conceded a goal across that winning run. Following on from their great start, Finland look good value to down the Danes, who have lost two of their last three away trips.
Montenegro missed a golden chance to claim a second victory in this qualifying campaign, conceding a late equaliser away to Lithuania in a 2-2 draw earlier this week. They would have moved level with Serbia in second place with a victory so that late equaliser was a real dent to their hopes of qualifying.
Montenegro’s only win so far came away to Bulgaria, so they should be confident of a home success against Group G’s bottom side.
Bulgaria have scored just twice across their last six internationals and they were beaten 1-0 by Iran earlier this week. This is a golden opportunity for the hosts to keep their qualification hopes alive heading into October’s games, so look to a home victory.
Poland were expected to make light work of Group E, but they find themselves third in the standings at the halfway point. They are a point shy of Albania, who have made a great start themselves.
The Poles have been let down by their results on the road, so there should be some concerns heading into this trip to Albania. The visitors have lost 3-1 to Czechia and 3-2 at Moldova, so Albania should be confident of adding to their run of seven points from their last three games.
Albania won three of their five home games in World Cup qualifying and with confidence high after their strong start in this group, they can see off a Poland side who look vulnerable at the back.
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