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Tuesday acca predictions: Four teams to back in Euro 2024 qualifiers
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James Milton
Ralf Rangnick has steered Austria to top of Group F with two wins and a draw so far
Ralf Rangnick has steered Austria to top of Group F with two wins and a draw so far

The last batch of June's Euro 2024 qualifiers takes place on Tuesday and one of the biggest games of the day sees Austria host Sweden in Group F.

On Saturday, the Austrians claimed a valuable 1-1 draw away to Belgium, who should bounce back in Estonia, while Serbia and Albania can take the points on their trips to Bulgaria and the Faroe Islands respectively.

Tuesday, 7.45pm

Austria were denied a victory in Belgium on Saturday by a second-half Romelu Lukaku equaliser for the Red Devils but they should take maximum points from Tuesday's home game against Sweden.

The Austrians limited Belgium to just two shots on target and the draw kept them top of Group F after a 4-1 win over Azerbaijan and a 2-1 victory against Estonia in March.

They had a tough Nations League campaign in a group featuring France, Denmark and Croatia, but beat European champions Italy in a friendly in November and should be too good for Sweden on home turf.

The Swedes lost 3-0 at home to Belgium before a 5-0 rout of Azerbaijan in their first two qualifiers but they are poor travellers, losing six of their last seven competitive away fixtures.

Tuesday, 7.45pm

Belgium, missing injured playmaker Kevin De Bruyne, were not at their best against Austria on Saturday but they have enough talent in their squad to ease past Tuesday's hosts Estonia.

The Red Devils had won 15 European Championship qualifying matches in a row before their weekend draw and they kicked off their Group F campaign with an impressive 3-0 victory in Sweden in March.

Another comfortable away win is expected when they head to Estonia, who lost 5-2 at home to Belgium and 3-1 away during 2022 World Cup qualifying.

Tuesday, 7.45pm

Albania are missing injured Chelsea striker Armando Broja for their Group E fixture in the Faroe Islands but they should be in good spirits following a 2-0 weekend home win over Moldova.

They started their qualifying campaign with a 1-0 defeat to Poland in March and had four competitive games against Israel and Iceland in last year's Nations League.

Albania ended up with two 1-1 draws and two 2-1 losses from those fixtures but they scored first in three of the four games and another bright start could see them kick on against the Faroes, who were beaten 3-0 by the Czech Republic on Saturday.  

Tuesday, 7.45pm

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is just one of a number of star midfield talents that Serbia can call upon
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is just one of a number of star midfield talents that Serbia can call upon

Serbia beat Lithuania and Montenegro 2-0 in their first two qualifiers in March and they should maintain their perfect start to the campaign away to Bulgaria.

The Serbs have been weakened by the absence through injury of strikers Dusan Vlahovic, Aleksandar Mitrovic and Luka Jovic but LA Galaxy youngster Dejan Joveljic scored twice in the 3-2 friendly win over Jordan and they have some top-class options in midfield.

Dusan Tadic, Filip Kostic, Nemanja Gudelj and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic are all in the squad and Serbia can see off a Bulgaria side who have scored just once in their last four games, which include qualifying defeats to Montenegro and Hungary. 

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