The group stages for Euro 2024 qualifying will reach a conclusion on Tuesday and we have put together a three-fold accumulator that comes in at odds of over 30/1.
Back Turkey Draw No Bet in Wales vs Turkey @ 5/4
The pressure will be on Wales heading into their final qualifier against Turkey in Cardiff, as only a win will give Robert Page's side any chance of finishing in the top two in Group D.
Turkey have no such issues with their place at next summer's finals already assured and they have won all three of their matches under head coach Vincenzo Montella, a run that includes successes over Croatia and Germany.
The Crescent-Stars were also 2-0 winners when these two sides met in June's reverse fixture and they boast a 100% away record in this qualifying campaign, seeing off Armenia, Latvia and, most impressively, World Cup semi-finalists Croatia on their travels.
There is certainly value to be had in backing a relaxed and confident Turkey to win this game, but going down the Draw No Bet route also offers a decent level of security.
Back the draw in Kosovo vs Belarus @ 11/4
Kosovo and Belarus may be out of the running to qualify for Euro 2024, but both have proven hard to beat throughout this qualification campaign, losing just six of their 18 games combined.
No team has drawn more matches in qualifying than Kosovo, who have shared the spoils five times in nine matches, most recently earning a credible point away to already-qualified Switzerland.
The Dardanians have also drawn three of their four home matches in this qualifying campaign, although they did suffer a 2-1 defeat away to Belarus in June's reverse fixture and the visitors will head into game having lost just one of their last six, registering three draws during that time.
Two sides that are hard to beat and have little to play for suggests this match will finish all square.
Back Romania to win in Romania vs Switzerland @ 13/5
Romania and Switzerland are already guaranteed top-two finishes in Group I heading into their meeting in Bucharest where the hosts only need to avoid defeat to clinch first place.
It has been an impressive qualifying campaign for Romania, who will be heading to their first major tournament since Euro 2016, as they are unbeaten in the group and they have not lost a competitive game since June 2022.
Switzerland are also unbeaten in qualifying, but it is just one win in six for Murat Yakin's side, who have failed to beat Kosovo (twice), Belarus and Israel over recent months.
The momentum certainly appears to be with Romania and, with home advantage, Edward Iordanescu's side can round off a memorable qualifying campaign in style.
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