Euro 2024 Qualifying – Monday 19th June Matches Tips and Betting Preview

We are back to Euro 2024 qualifying on Monday night after a day off for the finals of the UEFA Nations League to be able to take place on Sunday and for half of the groups the teams involved will finally close out this lengthy season.

Four big teams headed to the Netherlands looking for Nations League glory but we are still left with a number of heavyweight teams on show on Monday on the night where for some teams we reach the halfway stage of the qualifying campaign.

Group B

The biggest of those names are on show in Group B where the World Cup finalists France looking to maintain their 100% record when they host the other perfect team in the group in the form of Greece. With the Netherlands away at the Nations League the two lesser teams in the table meet in Dublin when the Republic of Ireland will be expected to pick up a rare win when they host the minnows of Gibraltar.

Group C

There are three early kick offs over the course of Monday night and one of them comes in Group C where Ukraine will look to follow up that remarkable win over North Macedonia on Friday night when they take on a Malta side who were cleaned up by England. England then take a home match to Old Trafford in the later game on the evening when they go up against that Macedonia outfit to lost from 2-0 up on Friday night and might have a confidence issue as a result of that.

Group D

Armenia had one of the best results of their history on Friday night when they went to Cardiff and beat Wales and they will be looking to back up that result on home soil when they take on Latvia in one of the other early kick offs on Monday evening. That defeat put Wales in a very poor situation in this group and they will attempt to rectify their hopes when they made the tough looking trip to Istanbul to take on a Turkey side who are getting results without always convincing.

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Group H

The third and final early kick off on Monday evening comes from Finland when they look to make it six points from six from this international window when they host lowly San Marino. Later in the evening Denmark will look to remain in control of the group when they make the trip to Slovenia, who will be looking to rebound from that loss to Finland on Friday. Northern Ireland thought they had pinched a draw in Denmark on Friday only to have a late goal ruled out by VAR. They will look to take out their frustration on a Kazakhstan side who have won their last two in this group.

Group I

The other matches come from Group I on Monday evening where the top two in this section meet as Switzerland look to stay in pole position in the group when they entertain a Romania side who have got off to a decent start. Israel are stalking the pair and will hope for a slip up from one of them in that match. If they get it they will expect three points to take advantage when they host Andorra. The other match sees Belarus playing host to Kosovo in what looks like a must-win game for the visitors after they have opened up with three draws.


While the quality of a couple of the Armenia goals were top class, the fact that they scored four of them against Wales has to be a cause for concern. There is a case to be made that he might go more defensive for their match against Turkey but there isn’t really anyone of sufficient quality waiting to come into the side so Wales might need to fight fire with fire. The positive for Wales is they might have the ideal team to fight with fire against.

As recently as September this Turkey side conceded five goals to Luxembourg and the Faroe Islands in one Nations League weekend and they head into this one having not kept a clean sheet in their last five outings, which includes conceding two against a pretty limited Latvia side at the weekend. Six of the last seven Turkey matches have had more than 2.5 goals in them and with the defences we have on show here I’m expecting another to add to that collection here.


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