Kosovo host Switzerland in this Group I Euro 2024 qualifying match on Saturday night. We take a look at where the betting value might lie in this contest.
Switzerland boss Murat Yakin has no fresh injury concerns heading into the international break as they look to take a step closer to Euro 2024 qualification. The Swiss sit atop of Group I with 10 points from their first four games.
Kosovo, on the other hand, sit fifth having only conjured up three points so far, all of them draws. And they too have no fresh injury concerns heading into this one.
Zeki Amdouni to score anytime at 7/4
While awaiting his first Premier League goal for Burnley, Switzerland forward Zeki Amdouni is hoping he can continue his goalscoring form on the international stage. Amdounu has scored five goals in four Euro 2024 qualifiers so far, including a brace last time out against Romania.
His goals have been crucial in putting the Swiss in this strong position in Group I and it looks as though his form might continue against Kosovo on Saturday. It would certainly boost his confidence ahead of returning to Burnley in search of his first Premier League goal for the Clarets.
Over 2.5 goals at EVS
Amdouni’s sharpshooting could certainly have an impact here. Switzerland boast a strong squad filled with players who can have an effect in the final third and we feel that there can be at least three goals in this match, most likely from the Swiss.
There have been two occasions so far during this qualifying campaign where Switzerland have scored three or more goals themselves. They thrashed Belarus 5-0 away before beating Israel 3-0 at home. It is also worth noting that all their matches in Group I so far have all been over 2.5 goals which makes the EVS price for this fixture seem like great odds.