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Euro 2020 Qualifiers Thursday Tips: Another Pukki Party for Finland

Euro 2020 Qualifiers Thursday Tips: Another Pukki Party for Finland

2019-09-04 
| by Tomiwa | Posted in Betting Tips, Betting Previews

Another Pukki Party for Finland

Tomiwa is on hand with all the tips for Thursday's Euro 2020 qualifiers and he expects a fifth straight win for Spain when they travel to Romania...

The Italian job continues

Armenia (12.00)  X(5.70)  Italy (1.26)
Kick off 17:00

Unlikely though it is, a victory for Armenia would move them to within three points of Italy. Italy have won all of their qualifiers and should get another straight win, even though Armenia are doing relatively well in Group J

A string of six consecutive clean sheets came to an end in the Italians last outing against Bosnia-Herzegovina, which they won 2-1.

Back them to reboot their defensive record and win to nil at 1.85.


Liechtenstein can park bus against Bosnia

Bosnia (1.02)  X(15.00)  Liechtenstein (70.00)
Kick off 19:45

Unbeaten in their last four competitive home matches, with just one win from their four qualification fixtures so far, Bosnia & Herzegovina will be happy to now face rock-bottom Liechtenstein, a team they’ve beaten five times in a row.

They are all but guaranteed to get back to winning ways against Liechtenstein, but it may not be a rout.

Only Italy have really embarrassed Liechtenstein, so go for over 2.5 goals at 1.18.


Swedes will smash Faroes

Faroe Islands(16.00)  X(6.20)  Sweden(1.20)
Kick off 19:45

The Faroe Islands’ 2-0 home loss to Norway in their previous qualification match ended a four-game run where they had managed to hit the back of the net – their longest such streak since 2003.

The Swedes have a reputation as a well-organised side that lack a cutting edge, but they have been surprisingly prolific in qualification, finding the net eight times in four matches.

All of their games have produced at least three goals, making the 1.83 available for a Sweden win and over 2.5 goals.


Four wins in a row for Finland

Finland (2.15)  X(3.00)  Greece (4.00)
Kick off 19:45

Finland are occupying the second automatic qualification position in Group J, having won their last three qualifiers.

They look great value at 2.15 to win another match. The visitors Greece come into this match off the back of three straight defeats. It’s going to be a Pukki Party.


Denmark will beat Gibraltar, but not rock them

Gibraltar (110.00)  X(32.00) Denmark (1.03)
Kick off 19:45

Denmark are unbeaten in Group D  and this looks like the perfect opportunity to add another three points to their tally, on an evening when their two main rivals for qualification - Switzerland and Republic of Ireland - are playing each other.

Gibraltar have lost all three of their qualifiers, but no side has scored more than three goals against them and you can back over 2.5 goals at 1.19.


Israeli goal machine in action

Israel (1.80)  X(3.40) North Macedonia (4.75)
Kick off 19:45

Israel have never qualified for the European Championships, yet are currently second in Group G

Seven of their eight goals have been scored by the prolific Eran Zahavi, who is the top scorer in the qualification process so far, having scored 4 goals in the second half.

Back the second half to be the highest scoring half at 2.15

 

Solid if unconvincing win for Norway

Norway (1.05) X(11.00) Malta (70.00)
Kick off 19:45

Norway have been frustrated in Group F, having lost two-goal leads against both Sweden and Romania. They ended up drawing both games and are currently fourth.

A much needed victory against Malta looks assured, but it could be a fairly narrow one. Norway have failed to score four goals in any of their last 13 matches, with only three of those games producing over 3.5 goals. Back over 2.5 goals at 1.37.

 

Spain to continue domineering

Romania (7.00)  X(4.50)  Spain (1.45)
Kick off 19:45

It's the first match for Spain since Roberto Moreno was officially named manager, following Luis Enrique's decision to step down due to his daughter, Xana’s illness.

Moreno has been in charge of the last three of Spain's four qualifiers as interim manager and maintained a 100% record. With Romania having scored in all four of their games, a Spain win and both teams to score could deliver at 3.28.

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