The international football doesn’t stop as Sunday comes around with another stacked fixture list. Below we’ve put together an accumulator to tickle your fancy.
Denmark to beat Finland
Denmark got their slow starting qualification campaign back on track with a 4-0 win over San Marino last time out. Kasper Hjulmand’s side have already lost to Kazakhstan and drawn with Slovenia in this group, and now need to win at group leaders Finland to put themselves in pole position.
Finland have won their last four to give themselves a great chance of qualification, but crucially, they were beaten 3-1 by Denmark the last time these two sides met. Since then they’ve beaten the likes of San Marino and Kazakhstan, but this will be their biggest test. Denmark’s quality can shine through when it matters most.
The Netherlands to beat Republic of Ireland
In a group with France and the Netherlands, Ireland have been dealt a difficult draw. Their task became almost impossible when they lost to Greece and now they are already in last chance saloon territory.
The Netherlands have only lost to France so far in this group, and looked comfortable in their 3-0 success over Greece. They need a win to make sure they are in control of second place, and should be able to make the most of their far superior squad, especially given the Irish are without Evan Ferguson.
Moldova to beat Faroe Islands
This is a relatively big price at 9/4, and I’m not quite sure why. Moldova have beaten Poland 3-2, and secured a 1-1 draw at Austria in their last two fixtures in this group, two seriously impressive results. Meanwhile, Faroe Islands have picked up just one point and lost their last three.
The only explanation is that they got that point away at Moldova in the opening set of games in this group. However since then, Moldova have put in a string of impressive performances and given themselves an outside shout of a top two finish. Win here, and they will put themselves into genuine contention for a spot at Euro 2024. This pick feels like a bit of a hidden gem.