Monday’s Euro 2020 qualifier betting tips: Three points for Portugal and France?

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We’re into the second round of fixtures of this international break after a jam-packed weekend filled with Euro qualifiers.

England got off to the best start possible with a 5-0 thumping of the Czech Republic at Wembley, and they’re away at Montenegro tonight with a full preview here.

In some of the other games, England’s Group A rivals Kosovo kick-off their campaign with a tie against Bulgaria. Portugal will be looking to better their goalless draw against Ukraine with a win over Serbia in Group B, while France, Turkey and Iceland are all going for two wins from two in Group H.

Before the games kick-off, we’ve got all the odds and preview…

Kosovo v Bulgaria

After England made light work of Czech Republic on Friday night, the rest of the Group A battlers will fancy their chances and look to take advantage of a sluggish start from the favourites for second place in the group.

Kosovo could be dark horses in this group and could give the Czech’s a run for their money.  They come into the game as 6/4 favourites, with Atdhe Nuhiu favourite to open the scoring at 5/1.

Bersant Celina is quickly becoming a star for club and country. He’s 10/3 to score anytime here.

Bulgaria’s campaign got underway with a point against Montenegro thanks to a late Todor Nedelev penalty. They’re 2/1 to pick up three points tonight.

With both sides drawing their last games, a stalemate is also priced at 2/1. A draw with over 1.5 goals is 7/2.

Portugal v Serbia

Portugal’s starman Cristiano Ronaldo was left frustrated with their goalless draw in Lisbon, despite the current European champions having 18 attempts at goal.

They’re heavy 4/7 favourites to take three points against Serbia though. They’ve beaten Serbia 2-1 in the last two meetings, and a 2-1 Portugal win comes in at 15/2 with our traders.

He couldn’t get the breakthrough last time out, but that’ll only make Ronaldo more determined to score tonight. He’s 21/10 for the first goal or 4/5 anytime.

Serbia are underdogs, but managed to grab a 1-1 draw against Germany in their last game. They’re 11/2 to win, or if you fancy them to manage another draw, that’s 27/10.

Aleksander Mitrovic and Luka Jovic are the danger men for the Serbians, and looks like their most likely source of a goal. If you’re backing Mitrovic, he’s 5/2 anytime, with Jovic 16/5 to score anytime.

Turkey v Moldova

A 2-0 win away to Albania got Turkey’s qualifying campaign off to the best possible start, as they look to keep tabs with Iceland in the battle for second spot. They’re heavily backed in this one as 1/6 favourites.

Moldova put up a good fight against World Champions France, but it couldn’t prevent them falling to a 4-1 defeat. They’re underdogs, but if Turkey have a bad day at the office, they could spring a surprise. 22/1 says a Moldova win.

A Turkey win with over 3.5 goals is 19/10.

Burak Yilmaz opened the scoring against Albania, and he’s the focal point of the Turkish attack. He’s 13/5 to score the opener again, or 5/6 anytime.

Vladimir Ambros grabbed the late consolation goal for Moldova against the World Champs. He’s 11/5 to net in this one anytime too.

France v Iceland

France managed to grab a comfortable 4-1 win in Moldova where they never had to come out of second gear to start their qualifiers with a win. Nothing seems to be able to slow the World Champions down at the moment, and they’re 2/11 favourites to win.

Iceland are on the hunt for another European adventure like they had with Euro 2016. They started with a 2-0 over Andorra to get off to the best start possible, though they’re out at 18/1 for three points.

Their last meeting finished in a 2-2 draw, with France scoring twice in the last 5 minutes to avoid defeat. The draw is 11/2 with another 2-2 coming in at 28/1.

Antoine Griezmann opened the scoring against Moldova, and he’s a 14/5 favourite to score first again. Kylian Mbappe and Olivier Giroud are the same price.

Alfred Finnbogason and Vidar Orn Kjartansson are favourites to score anytime for Iceland at 9/2.

Click here for the latest Euro 2020 Qualifier odds.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Drew Goodsell

Drew is a journalism graduate of UEL where he worked as a Business Editor for the university news website. He is a Chelsea fan, but closely follows American sports, being an avid fan of the New York based Knicks (NBA) and Giants (NFL).