The latest bunch of Euro 2024 qualifying matches conclude on Tuesday night when three more groups play closer to determining who will make it through to the main tournament in Germany next summer.
We have some big teams on show on Tuesday evening where the headline match is a repeat of the last final of the competition. The likes of Ukraine, Denmark and Serbia will all be looking to enhance their positions too.
All eyes will be on Wembley Stadium on Tuesday evening where England play host to the defending champions Italy in a match which could be a defining one in this group. England sit on top of Group C heading into the night and a win over the Azzuri will move Gareth Southgate’s men through to the finals. That would also give Ukraine the chance to put themselves in pole position to qualify if they can go to Malta and win, which they will be expected to do. That will send them above Italy should the Italians lose ahead of the two meeting next month.
Hungary took a massive step towards reaching the finals once again on Saturday night when they overcame the challenge of Serbia and they can finish the job off on Tuesday evening when they head to take on the minnows Lithuania, who have looked out of their depth in this section it has to be said. Serbia have the chance to put one foot in the finals when they play host to Montenegro but should they lose their fate would be out of their own hands so that could be the most competitive game of the night.
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The other three matches on Tuesday evening come in Group H where Slovenia are the surprise leaders in the section. They will be looking to remain in pole position when they head to Belfast to take on a Northern Ireland whose qualifying hopes went a while ago. Denmark are the other team in decent position to push on and qualify and they will make the trip to San Marino for what should be a case of how many for the Danes. The other match comes in the early kick off where Finland will look to be in a position to take advantage of any slip ups above them when they entertain Kazakhstan.
Lithuania had a good win in Bulgaria on Saturday night but I think they’ll be brought down to earth by Hungary on Tuesday evening. While Bulgaria were losing that game Hungary were winning the crunch game against Serbia where the Liverpool midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai pulled the strings and I think he can lead the Hungarians both to a comfortable win here and in turn take his team back to the finals next summer.
Lithuania have lost three matches in this group and they have all been by a couple of goals or more and with Hungary generally pretty tight at the back, with only Serbia scoring on them in their five matches in this section, I think Hungary will just have too much for the lower ranked side. You can get Hungary on a -1.25 Asian line for this game which means a one goal win only loses half of our stake but I expect the Hungarians to qualify with a bit in hand so I think they can cover that in full.
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