Euro 2020 Qualifiers Tuesday Acca: Preview, Betting Tips and Enhanced Odds

Betting tips, enhanced odds and treble ahead of Tuesday's Euro 2020 Qualifiers.

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Constantin Budescu (Rom) vies Daley Blind (Ned) during International Friendly match between Romania and Netherlands at National Arena Stadium in Bucharest, Romania, on November 14, 2017. (Photo by Alex Nicodim/NurPhoto/Sipa USA)

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Armenia vs. Finland

Tuesday 26th March


Finland were impressive when topping UEFA Nations League Group C2, finishing ahead of Hungary, Greece and Estonia, as they won their opening four matches before taking their foot off the gas.

That meant they lost their final two matches to Greece and Hungary, but we won’t look into them too much given the situation. In fact, excluding those games they’ve gone an impressive W7-D1-L2 since November 2017 (excluding non-FIFA friendlies) with the only defeats coming against Romania and the Azzurri.

Meanwhile, Armenia couldn’t even top a UEFA Nations League Group D4 that consisted of Macedonia, Gibraltar and Liechtenstein.

Their concluding game in that tournament saw them settle for a stalemate in Liechtenstein, while they lost to Bosnia 2-1 in their Euro qualifying opener on Saturday as their only goal came from the penalty spot in stoppage time.

Moreover, they’ve lost 14 of their 19 qualifiers since 2014, including five of their last six winless such games, so we’re happy to add Finland to our Acca.

Finland to win at 2.20*


Bosnia vs Greece


Tuesday 26th March


That win over Armenia will leave Bosnia confident ahead of another home tie against a poor Greek outfit. Indeed, the visitors have gone W7-D5-L8 from 20 matches since November 2016, as the only quality teams of any note they faced in this time were Bosnia, Belgium, Croatia and Switzerland.

They lost three of seven winless matches against such teams, and although they’ve won two of three matches since the arrival of new manager Angelos Anastasiadis, they still managed to lose when hosting Estonia, who are 96th in FIFA’s rankings.

They’ve lost three of their last five on the road or at neutral venues, as their victories came against Estonia and Liechtenstein, while they went down to Finland, Hungary and Saudi Arabia.

The hosts have proven a tough nut to crack since the arrival of Robert Prosinecki at the beginning of last year. They’ve gone W6-D5-L2 from 13 matches as only Mexico and Spain could get the better of them by just one-goal margins.

Indeed, they remain unbeaten at home under the German as they’ve won each of their last three against Austria, N. Ireland and Armenia. With the likes of Miralem Pjanic and captain Edin Dzeko in their ranks, they should have far too much about them for Greece.

Bosnia to win at 1.74*


Romania vs. Faroe Islands


Tuesday 26th March


It seems the Faroe Islands can’t find a win from anywhere having been defeated by Malta in their European qualifying opener.

That means they’ve now lost four of their last six winless matches, while in competitive matches alone since 2012, they’ve lost 26 of 37 outings with their only victories coming against Greece (whom they beat twice, leading to the sacking of Claudio Ranieri), Latvia, Andorra and Malta.

Meanwhile, Romania are on a serious high having just finished behind an impressive looking Serbia side in their UEFA Nations League group.

Cosmin Contra has led his charges to win nine of his 15 matches at the helm, only losing to the Netherlands and Sweden last time out.

That impressive run includes victories over the likes of Turkey, Israel, Sweden, Chile and Finland and so we don’t expect the minnows of the Faroe Islands to cause them many problems.

Romania to win at 1.15*

*all odds are subject to change

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