In Group F, Azerbaijan meets Estonia, with both sides looking to get off the mark on matchday three.
Azerbaijan have suffered heavy 5-0 and 4-1 losses to Sweden and Austria so far in qualifying, however, prior to this they had managed to beat North Macedonia 3-1, Moldova 2-1 and Kazakhstan 3-0.
Estonia have played just one qualifier, losing 2-1 to Austria after a 1-0 international friendly loss away at Hungary. In the run-up to these matches, the visitors had beaten Finland 1-0 and San Marino 4-0 on either side of a 1-1 draw with Iceland.
Portugal and Bosnia-Herzegovina go head to head in Group J, with Roberto Martinez’s men expected to extend their gap at the top of the standings.
The Spaniard’s first two matches as Portugal's manager saw them thrash Luxembourg 6-0 and Liechtenstein 4-0. Their last three matches under Fernando Santos saw then lose 1-0 to Morocco and 2-1 to Korea Republic on either side of a 6-1 win against Switzerland.
Bosnia enters this match with two losses in their last three matches, having lost 2-0 and 4-1 to Slovakia and Romania, with a 3-0 victory over Iceland coming in between these defeats. Prior to this, Bosnia had managed 1-0 and 3-2 wins over Montenegro and Finland in the Nations League.
Norway’s last win came back during November’s international break when they beat the Republic of Ireland 2-1. Since then, Stale Solbakken’s men have drawn 1-1 with Finland and Georgia while suffering a 3-0 away loss to Spain.
Scotland stunned Group A when they managed a 2-0 win against Spain at Hampden Park thanks to a Scott McTominay brace. Steve Clarke’s men had won two of their previous four games before beating Luis Enrique’s side, earning 3-0 and 2-1 wins over Cyprus and the Republic of Ireland on either side of a 0-0 draw with Ukraine and a 2-1 away loss at Turkey.
Second faces first in Group F, as Belgium takes on an Austria side that has won both of their opening matches in Euro 2024 qualifying.
Belgium have managed superb 3-0 and 3-2 victories over Sweden and Germany since their disastrous World Cup campaign that saw them exit at the group stages. In Qatar, the Red Devils had drawn 0-0 with Croatia, lost 2-0 to Morocco and managed to scrape a 1-0 win over Canada.
Ralf Rangnick’s men come into this match in good shape, having won four games in a row following victories against Estonia 2-1, Azerbaijan 4-1, Italy 2-0 and Andorra 1-0 after a 3-1 home loss to Croatia in the Nations League.
The final tip on this list comes from an international friendly, as Brazil goes up against Guinea side that are 79th on FIFA’s World Rankings.
Brazil have only played one match since their shock World Cup exit to Croatia back in December, seeing them lose 2-1 away at Morocco. Prior to their penalty shootout loss to Zlatko Dalic’s men in Qatar, Selecao had beaten South Korea 4-1 after a 1-0 loss to Cameroon and a 1-0 victory over Switzerland.
Both of Guinea’s two wins in their last five matches came at the expense of Ethiopia in AFCON qualifying, as they earned 2-0 and 3-2 victories. Since then, they have suffered a narrow 2-1 loss at home to Egypt. Prior to the aforementioned set of results, Guinea had lost 1-0 and 3-1 to Algeria and the Ivory Coast.
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