The first tip on this Smart Acca sees Hungary face off against Montenegro in Group G, with the hosts trying to win the group, while the visitors are aiming to pip Serbia to second place.
Four of Hungary’s last five matches have seen the Over 2.5 Goals market land, having beaten Serbia 2-1 both home and away, while drawing 1-1 with the Czech Republic, as well as 2-2 in back-to-back matches away to Lithuania and Bulgaria.
Montenegro have managed to win three of their last five outings, having beaten Bulgaria 2-1, Lebanon 3-2 and Lithuania 2-0, while only drawing 2-2 with Lithuania and losing 3-1 away at Serbia.
In Group G’s other match, Serbia will be looking to earn a victory against Bulgaria that would guarantee their place at Euro 2024.
Serbia have won just two of their last five games, having beaten Lithuania and Montenegro by 3-1 scorelines while losing 2-1 both home and away to Hungary. Last time out, Serbia were beaten 1-0 away at Belgium in an international friendly match.
Bulgaria’s form has been abysmal of late barring their 2-2 draw with group leaders Hungary in their last outing, having suffered 2-0 losses to both Albania and Lithuania, as well as being beaten 2-1 by Montenegro and 1-0 at home to Iran.
Belgium will be looking to confirm their place at the top of Group F when they host Azerbaijan on Sunday.
Domenico Tedesco’s men have managed to win all of their last five matches, having thrashed Estonia by 3-0 and 5-0 scorelines, while earning 1-0 victories over Azerbaijan and Serbia on either side of a 3-2 win away in Austria.
Azerbaijan earned a shock 3-0 home win over Sweden last time out, having previously lost 1-0 to both Austria and Belgium on either side of 2-1 and 2-0 victories over Jordan and Estonia.
Sweden takes on Estonia at the Friends Arena on Sunday in what is likely to be Janne Andersson’s last match as manager of the home side.
The Swedes have had a poor qualifying campaign, as they sit 12 points behind the likes of Austria heading into matchday eight. Andersson’s men suffered a 3-0 loss to Azerbaijan last time out, while also being defeated 3-1 and 2-0 by Austria. Sweden’s last two victories came over Moldova and Estonia by 3-1 and 5-0 scorelines.
Estonia could be the ideal opponent for Sweden to face, having failed to win any of their last five games, with their 1-1 draw against Thailand being by far their best result. The visitors other four matches resulted in 2-0 losses against Austria and Azerbaijan, as well as consecutive 5-0 losses to Belgium and Sweden.
Portugal against Iceland could be another entertaining match-up from Euro 2024 qualifying in Group J.
Roberto Martinez’s side have won all nine of their qualifiers so far, scoring 34 times across these matches and have managed to beat the likes of Slovakia 1-0 and 3-2, as well as Luxembourg 9-0, Bosnia-Herzegovina 5-0 and Liechtenstein 2-0.
Iceland’s hopes of qualifying ended with their 4-2 loss away at Slovakia last time out. In the run-up to that game, they had beaten Liechtenstein 4-0 and Bosnia 1-0, while drawing 1-1 and losing 3-1 to Luxembourg.
The final tip on this Smart Acca sees Spain go head to head with Georgia in Group A, with the home side looking to seal their place as group winners.
Spain have won all of their last five matches, having thrashed Georgia 7-1 on 8th September while beating the likes of Cyprus 6-0 and 3-1, as well as Scotland 2-0 and Norway 1-0.
Georgia managed to hold Scotland to a 2-2 draw last time out after 4-0 and 8-0 victories over Cyprus and Thailand. Prior to the aforementioned games, the visitors suffered 2-1 and 7-1 losses to Norway and Spain.
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