Euro 2024 Qualifying – Sunday 19th November Matches Tips and Betting Preview

The final set of matches in the Euro 2024 qualifying competition begins on Sunday when four groups conclude as we confirm the qualifiers from them on a day which has the potential for plenty of drama along with twists and turns.

We know the qualifiers in three of the four groups so one will get more focus than the others but even those who can no longer automatically qualify will be looking to enhance their playoff hopes so there is much to play for.

Group A

We already know that Spain and Scotland will qualify from this group but we don’t know who will earn top spot. Spain are in control of that and they will be expecting to top the table from here on in as they have a home match against Georgia which if they win they will head to the finals in first place. Scotland will probably just be happy to be in the main draw but they still have a chance to top the group should Spain lose. They will need to win at home to Norway in order for that to happen.

Group F

Austria and Belgium have already qualified from Group F but top spot is still to be determined. That is firmly in the hands of the Belgians and if they win at home to Azerbaijan they will claim the top spot. The other match in Group F on Sunday sees the biggest disappointment of the whole campaign in Sweden rounding off their campaign at home to an Estonia side who will be keeping everything crossed that their Nations League exploits gets them into the play-offs.

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Group G

The one group where things haven’t been decided from an automatic qualifying point of view is Group G. We already know that Hungary will be in Germany next summer. They round off their group stage against Montenegro who still have hopes of reaching the finals themselves. They need to win that game and hope that Serbia are beaten when they play host to Bulgaria in the other game in order to qualify. Serbia need just a point from that encounter to progress.

Group J

Portugal and Slovakia have already been confirmed as the qualifiers from Group J so we have three largely dead rubbers to enjoy to conclude the action in this section. Portugal will be looking for the perfect group phase when they host Iceland while the other qualifiers, Slovakia, conclude their group campaign with a trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The other match sees the two minnows meet when Liechtenstein host a Luxembourg side who will be looking to build up momentum to take into the play-offs with them.


Scotland have been very good in this qualifying campaign and I expect them to conclude their group action with a home win against a Norway side who have been anything but good in this section. When you consider the talent that Norway would normally have at their disposal, for them to have been eliminated from this group before this final international break speaks volumes of how they continue to overachieve and you sense there will be repercussions for that.

Norway now have to go into this final match of the group with nothing to play for and missing their two best players in Erling Haaland and Martin Odegaard and go up against a Scotland side who will be looking to build momentum for some big matches to come in 2024. Scotland always look to perform in front of their own fans and while they are without one or two I still think they have enough in their ranks to complete a double of wins over the Norwegians in this group.


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