There is a lot of Euro 2024 qualifier action taking place on Tuesday. One of the matches in store is Sweden vs Austria, which is shaping up to be an interesting affair. There are a number of markets that standout in this fixture which we feel offers great value.

Sweden vs Austria Betting Tips

  • Sweden and both teams to score (Yes) – 4/1
  • Alexander Isak to score anytime – 9/5

Team news

There are no fresh injury concerns for either side heading into this match. Sweden posted an impressive 5-0 victory over Estonia on Saturday in another qualifier, with five different players on the scoresheet.

Austria were held to a 1-1 draw with Moldova in a friendly last Thursday, in which manager Ralf Rangnick experimented with his starting lineup. Marko Arnautovic, David Alaba and Christopher Baumgartner began the match on the bench, and all three are expected to start on Tuesday night.

Sweden and both teams to score (Yes) at 4/1

Austria may have been the 2-0 winners in the reverse fixture earlier in June but Sweden have improved drastically since then, evidenced in their thumping display against Estonia. Janne Anderson and his players will be out for revenge in Stockholm, especially given the fact that they are four points adrift of Austria in Group F.

Victory for Sweden could act as a huge momentum shift in the race to qualify for next summer’s tournament in Germany. After seeing five players get on the scoresheet last time out, Sweden are stacked for attacking options and boast plenty of goalscorers, which could stun Austria.

Alexander Isak to score anytime at 9/5

Newcastle United striker Alexander Isak was one of the five players to score past Estonia over the weekend, ending an 11-game goal drought on the international stage. Isak will be brimming with confidence heading into this contest, and will feel that he can be the difference-maker for his side.

As a versatile forward, Isak likes to exploit space wherever he can in and around the final third, which will give the Austrian defenders a torrid time. He is also extremely comfortable with the ball at his feet and he will look to dance around his opponents as though they aren’t even there.

The goal against Estonia was exactly what he and his team needed ahead of this crunch clash and that is why 9/5 for him to score at any point during the match feels like an excellent selection.

 

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