We are all set for another round of Euro 2016 qualifiers as the continent’s best look to secure a spot at next year’s competition in France.
And with a bumper schedule it’s only right that we have a dabble at a little acca.
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England to beat Slovenia @ 5/6
It’s fair to say English fans give their national team a fair bit of stick, but we fully expect them to get the job done in Ljubljana.
Ignore the two dull recent friendlies, and Roy’s boys have fully wound up with five straight Euro Qualifier wins since the World Cup.
Opponents Slovenia have a victory over San Marino as their only avoidance of defeat in their last four matches, so will need to find something to see off a fresh-faced England side.
Austria to beat Russia @ 16/5
This could make or break our acca, but Marcel Koller’s men look cracking value to score an upset in Russia.
While the hosts have been dominant in recent friendlies, they have only come out on top in two of their last eight competitive ties, including a 1-0 defeat to Austria in Vienna.
The visitor’s meanwhile have won their last four qualifiers, conceding just one goal in the process, and are sure to run the Moscow natives close.
Switzerland to beat Lithuania @ 4/11
It’s been eight months and six games since Lithuania found the net, and against a notorious stingy Swiss defence, that run is likely to continue here.
Switzerland ran out comprehensive 4-0 winners in the reverse fixture, and while they may not be so rampant this time, should comfortably come out on top.
Inter’s Xherdan Shaqiri has netted four goals in his last three qualifiers, so he could be the man to make the difference.
Slovakia to beat Macedonia @ 2/7
A straight forward home win is expected here with Slovakia enjoying a run of eight straight victories that has encompassed wins against Spain, Ukraine and the Czech Republic.
The Macedonians only scraped past minnows Luxembourg last time out, and with just two goals scored away from that victory, could struggle to find the net.
Even a new man in charge of the visitors won’t be enough to stop another defeat in Zilina.
Sweden to beat Montenegro @ 4/9
That man Zlatan has netted Sweden’s last three qualifying goals, and although he will play a major part on Sunday, won’t need to be the deciding factor in this one.
Montenegro required a late Stevan Jovetic penalty to secure a point in Podgorica, but on the road they have been less fortunate.
A goalless draw against Liechtenstein and a victory against are the only rays of light in a poor away record with four defeats since October 2013.
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