The first game on this list comes from Azerbaijan versus Sweden in Group F, with the away side looking to restore some pride having failed to qualify for Euro 2024.
Azerbaijan’s last five matches have yielded mixed results, as following their 1-1 draw with Estonia, they have suffered 1-0 losses to both Belgium and Austria on either side of 2-1 and 2-0 victories against Jordan and Estonia.
Four of Sweden’s last five games have seen the Over 2.5 Goals market land, having beaten New Zealand 4-1, Estonia 5-0 and Moldova 3-1, however, they have suffered 2-0 and 3-1 losses to Austria in the midst of these results. The last time Sweden faced Azerbaijan in March, they ran out as comfortable 5-0 victors thanks to goals by Emil Forsberg, Bahlul Mustafazada (own goal), Viktor Gyokeres, Jesper Karlsson and Anthony Elanga.
Hungary will be looking to strengthen their grip at the top of Group G when they travel to Bulgaria.
The hosts have lost all of their last four matches since drawing 1-1 with Serbia on 20th June, having been beaten 1-0 and 2-1 by both Iran and Montenegro, as well as 2-0 in back-to-back matches by Lithuania and Albania.
Hungary have won three of their last five matches, beating the likes of Lithuania 2-0, as well as Serbia twice by 2-1 scorelines. On top of this, the Magyars have drawn 1-1 and 2-2 with the Czech Republic and Lithuania.
Cyprus hosts Spain at Alphamega Stadium in Limassol, with the visitors looking to edge closer to confirming their place at the top of Group A.
Temur Ketsbaia’s men have lost all of their last five matches, with the Over 2.5 Goals market landing in each of them, following back-to-back defeats to Georgia and Norway, while also suffering 6-0, 3-0 and 3-1 losses to Spain, Scotland and Norway.
Spain have won all of their last four matches since their victory over Croatia in the Nations League, having thrashed Georgia 7-1 and Cyprus 6-0 prior to narrow 2-0 and 1-0 victories over Scotland and Norway.
Estonia faces off against a resurgent Austria side that are aiming to finish at the top of Group F.
The Blueshirts managed a 1-1 draw with Thailand last time out in an international friendly, however, prior to that draw, they had been beaten 2-0 by Azerbaijan, 3-0 at home to Belgium, while being thrashed 5-0 in back-to-back games by Sweden and Belgium.
Austria are in solid form under the leadership of Ralf Rangnick, having beaten Sweden 2-0 and 3-1 on either side of a 1-1 friendly draw with Moldova. Since then, they have suffered a narrow 3-2 home defeat to Belgium and earned a 1-0 victory away at Azerbaijan as Marcel Sabitzer scored the only goal of the game.
Liechtenstein have the unenviable task of facing Portugal in Group J of Euro 2024 qualifying.
The home side have accumulated just one point from Group J and have lost all of their last five matches, suffering 1-0 and 3-0 defeats to Slovakia, on top of 2-1 and 2-0 losses against Bosnia-Herzegovina prior to being thrashed 4-0 away at Iceland. When Liechtenstein and Portugal last met on 23rd March, Roberto Martinez’s men ran out as 4-0 winners via goals from Joao Cancelo, Bernardo Silva and Cristiano Ronaldo (2).
All of Portugal’s last three matches have yielded well Over 2.5 Goals, as following 1-0 wins over both Iceland and Slovakia, A Seleção das Quinas have beaten Luxembourg 9-0, Slovakia 3-2 and Bosnia-Herzegovina 5-0.
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