Euro 2024 Qualifying – Tuesday 20th June Matches Tips and Betting Preview

The latest bunch of Euro 2024 qualifying matches conclude on Tuesday evening when the groups which did not play their second game of the extended weekend on Monday night do so as we reach the halfway mark for many teams.

The majority of the top level nations were on show on Monday but there are still one or two taking to the pitch on Tuesday on what feels like a big night for a number of teams who need something to set themselves up for the second part of the campaign.

Group A

This is the section where the new Nations League champions Spain will return to in September but before then the other four teams have the chance to position themselves better and the current pacesetters are Scotland who will look to maintain their 100% record and take a giant step towards a spot in Germany next summer when they host Georgia. Norway continue to flatter to deceive and if they are going to be in with any chance of automatically qualifying then they simply have to win a home match against Cyprus.

Group E

The leaders Czech Republic are not in action on Tuesday evening which means that the other four teams have the chance to position themselves in behind the 1996 runners up. Poland are the most established of those teams and they will make the trip to Moldova having warmed up for the game with a friendly against Germany over the weekend. Albania are the other team looking to get themselves into position to automatically qualify and if they are to do that then there can be no slipping up in a trip to the Faroe Islands.

Group F

One of the more interesting groups so far is Group F where Belgium are expected to dominate but with all not seemingly well in their camp Austria and Sweden will fancy their chances a little more. Those two meet in Vienna in the bigger game of the two where the winner will be nicely placed regardless of what happens to Belgium over the remainder of the group. The Red Devils do at least have the chance to put their current troubles behind them when they head to Estonia for what should be a routine win.

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Group G

Serbia are already in dominant position in Group G and they will be expected to kick on and cruise to automatic qualification with the attacking options that they have at their disposal. They will look to take another step on that journey when they head to Sofia to face a Bulgaria side who have begun the campaign poorly. Hungary start the night in second position in the table and they should be looking to consolidate that position when they host a poor Lithuania side in Budapest.

Group J

As was the case on Saturday evening, the only group with three matches in it on Tuesday night is Group J where Portugal look to keep up their 100% record when they head to Iceland in the pick of the matches on the card. Slovakia moved into second spot in the group over the weekend and that is a position they will look to consolidate when they make the trip to face Liechtenstein. Bosnia and Herzegovina play host to Luxembourg in the other match.


Scotland have made a wonderful start to their campaign and they will know that if they can see off Georgia at Hampden Park they can pretty much cruise home in the remainder of this group. I expect them to win the game but this one is all about winning rather than looking good or running up the score or anything else and I expect that to be the way it plays out. It is a game that Georgia can’t really afford to lose too which might add to the tightness of the affair.

Scotland have already seen off Spain at Hampden in this game and are yet to concede a goal in two matches here but they are never going to be the highest scoring team in the world when their better players are left-backs and more defensive minded midfielders. That makes me think that while a Scotland win is likely here the better way to get some value into the price is to take it with there being under 4.5 goals which looks a line well out of reach barring something extreme.


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