For our Austria vs. Estonia prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.
The Ralf Rangnick revolution continues in Austria as they face Estonia in a EURO 2024 qualifier on Monday.
Austria currently sit top of Group F, a group containing Belgium, Sweden, Azerbaijan and this week's opponents.
Austria began their qualifying campaign with an emphatic 4-1 win over Azerbaijan on Friday courtesy of a Marcel Sabitzer brace and goals from Michael Gregoritsch and Christoph Baumgartner.
That win means Austria have now won their last three games on the bounce and are looking an improved unit under the guidance of the former Manchester United manager.
Their record at home has been impressive too, having registered a 2-0 win over Italy in their most recent home game prior to the win over Azerbaijan.
Austria are going through somewhat of a transitory period with many senior players ageing and the likes of Junior Adamu, Patrick Wimmer and Alexander Prass now expected to kick on and head the new generation.
Austria were handed a very tough draw alongside Belgium and Sweden but the Swedes have been struggling of late and after they were battered 0-3 at home to Belgium last week Austrian fans can really start to be optimistic about claiming 2nd place and qualifying automatically for the tournament.
As far as this game is concerned Estonia could provide a solid test but it's one Austria should most certainly be winning.
Estonia are currently sit 3rd in qualifying Group F having not yet played a game.
Estonia enter this game amidst a fairly solid run of form having won towed drawn one and lost one of their last four matches.
In terms of competitive matches their record is even more impressive having won their last four on the bounce, albeit against very modest opposition in the Nations League.
In qualifiers their record is pretty concerning having lost their last three on the bounce by an aggregate scoreline of 6-1.
Their away record has not been too bad of late having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games on the road.
Estonia have faced Austria just twice in their history and lost on both occasions, with the Austrians downing them 2-0 and 3-0 in World Cup qualifying back in 1997.
Estonia have little chance of doing anything significant in this group but they are a competent side and can hope to gain a few prideful results. The away fixtures will be particularly tough in this group, though, and they'll likely fall to a defeat here.