In Group H, Slovenia will know that they have a realistic chance to qualify for Euro 2024, so will be keen to make a good start when they travel to Kazakhstan.
The home side have lost all of their last three matches to the UAE 2-1, as well as Uzbekistan 2-0 and Azerbaijan 3-0. Prior to this though, they had managed back-to-back 2-1 victories over Belarus and Slovakia.
Slovenia are in decent form heading into this encounter, having drawn with Serbia and Sweden 2-2 and 1-1 on either side of a 2-1 home win over Norway in the Nations League. Since then, Matjaz Kek’s men have managed 2-1 and 1-0 wins over Romania and Montenegro.
Slovakia goes up against Luxembourg in Group J, with the home side knowing that if things go well, then they could feature in the finals of Euro 2024.
Slovakia suffered 2-1 defeats to Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan in what was a poor Nations League campaign, however, they did finish on a slightly brighter note, drawing 1-1 at home to Belarus. Since then, Slovakia have drawn 2-2 with Montenegro and 0-0 at home to Chile.
Luxembourg have drawn four of their last five matches, with the Both Teams to Score market landing in three of them, doing so against the Faroe Islands and Hungary by 2-2 scorelines, as well as Turkey in a 3-3 draw. Luc Holtz’s men have also managed a 0-0 draw with Bulgaria and a 1-0 win at home to Lithuania in this run of results, with Gerson Rodrigues scoring the only goal of the match against the latter.
San Marino faces Northern Ireland in Euro 2024 qualifying, with Michael O’Neill looking to get off to a good start on his return to the role as manager of the Green and White Army.
The home side are in good form for their standards, having earned 1-1 and 0-0 draws with St. Lucia and Seychelles. However, San Marino have also been beaten 1-0, 4-0 and 1-0 by Malta, Estonia and St. Lucia in their last five outings.
Northern Ireland have seen the Both Teams to Score market land in their last four matches since their 0-0 draw away in Cyprus, having suffered 3-2 and 3-1 defeats to Kosovo and Greece on either side of a 2-2 draw with Cyprus and a 2-1 win over Kosovo.
Denmark and Finland face off on Thursday in what should be an entertaining contest in Group H.
Kasper Hjulmand will be desperate for his side to get out of their recent slump of form, having been knocked out of the World Cup in the group stages following 1-0 and 2-1 losses to Australia and France after a 0-0 draw with Tunisia. Prior to these results, the Danes had beaten France 2-1 in the Nations League after a 2-1 away defeat to Croatia.
Finland could be the ideal opponent for Denmark, as since their 2-0 Nations League win over Montenegro, they haven’t won a game, drawing 1-1 with both North Macedonia and Norway after 2-0 and 1-0 losses to Sweden and Estonia.
Portugal and Liechtenstein go head to head at Estadio Jose Alvalade in qualifying Group J.
This will be Roberto Martinez’s first match in charge of the Portugal national team, and his side will be looking to bounce back from a poor World Cup, as following 3-2 and 2-0 victories over Ghana and Uruguay, they suffered a 2-1 loss to South Korea, before thrashing Switzerland 6-1 and being beaten 1-0 by Morocco in the quarter-finals.
Liechtenstein are in poor form, as they have lost all of their last four matches by 2-0 scorelines to Gibraltar, Moldova, Andorra and Latvia since their 2-1 defeat away at Andorra.
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