Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming Euro 2024 qualifying games over the weekend.
As we prepare for the first matchday of the Euro 2024 qualifiers, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.
Here are three betting tips for the upcoming games of the week.
Don’t expect goals when Belgium host Austria
Belgium defeated Germany in a thrilling match when the two sides met in a friendly game back in March.
However, we expect an uneventful game when the Red Devils take on Austria this week. Unlike their away games, Belgium hasn’t been able to register impressive goal numbers on home soil.
Given the game’s importance and Austria’s defensive form, we don’t expect the Red Devils to find a lot of goalscoring chances in the upcoming match.
On the other hand, Austria have made a fantastic start to their Euro 2024 qualifiers, winning their first two games. The Austrians won both home games with a total of six goals. However, Das Team’s stats in away games suggest they will take a conservative approach to their next European match.
Back Ukraine to beat North Macedonia
Ukraine made an impressive display to hold Germany to a 3-3 draw in their friendly match on Monday.
Next up, Serhiy Rebrov’s side will take on North Macedonia, who come into the game on the back of a 1-0 win over Faroe Islands in March.
Ukraine’s attacking form in recent matches suggests they will find enough chances to score against their hosts. On the other hand, North Macedonia’s underwhelming attacking stats on home soil convince us that they won’t be able to prevent Ukraine from outscoring them in the upcoming match.
Goals likely when Norway meet Scotland
Norway are yet to claim their first victory in the Euro 2024 qualifiers. The Vikings will look to get back into the race as Erling Haaland returns to their squad for their upcoming matches.
Given Scotland’s defensive issues in their recent matches, we expect Norway to make enough goalscoring opportunities. However, the Scotts’ wonderful attacking consistency in their recent displays suggests they will also score at least one goal on Saturday.