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International Football: Home Nations Euro 2024 qualifying treble

Qualifying for the Euros in 2024 resumes on Friday and there is plenty of British interest with Home Nations England, Wales and Northern Ireland all involved on Friday.

England head to minnows Malta hoping to maintain their 100% start in Group C following wins over Italy and Ukraine, while Wales entertain Armenia bidding to bolster their tally of four points from two games.

Northern Ireland, meanwhile, face a tricky trip to Group H heavyweights Denmark. The Danes will be looking for a response after losing their latest qualifier 3-2 in Kazakhstan, which could spell bad news for the Green And White Army.

To enhance the action, we have picked out a Home Nations treble which pays out at over 6/1.

Home Nations Euro 2024 qualifying treble:

The following Treble is priced at over 6/1:

England to win & under 3.5 goals v Malta @ 7/5
Wales to beat Armenia @ 2/5
Denmark to win & over 2.5 goals v Northern Ireland @ 11/10

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Stubborn Malta may make England work hard

WhatMalta v England
WhereTa'Qali National Stadium, Malta
When19:45, Friday 16th June
How to watchChannel 4
OddsMalta 40/1, Draw 14/1, England 1/25

Having already defeated their two main rivals in Group C in Italy and Ukraine, England will be fully expected to make it a perfect three from three in Euro 2024 qualifying against minnows Malta.

A routine win should be recorded by the Three Lions, who have highlighted their improvement with a run to the final of Euro 2020 and a quarter-final effort at last year's World Cup.

However England, who excel on the counter-attack against stronger teams, can sometimes struggle to break down weaker opponents so it may not be as straightforward as many predict.

Malta have lost their last 11 Euros qualifiers, but their first two games in Group C suggest they are improving and can put some respect on the scoreline.

The Maltese were beaten 2-1 in North Macedonia in their opening assignment and then lost 2-0 at home to Italy, who had scored both of their goals inside 27 minutes yet were unable to add to the scoreline.

In fact, in each of their last 13 internationals, Malta have conceded no more than two goals.

So while England should win comfortably and are likely to do so with a clean sheet given Malta's lack of star quality, backing the visitors to win a game featuring three or fewer goals may be the way to go.

Gareth Southgate’s side have won four of their last five internationals, with each victory featuring three goals or fewer, and it is 7/5 for a repeat in Ta' Qali.

It is worth remembering that England's Manchester City representatives – Kyle Walker, John Stones, Kalvin Phillips, Phil Foden and Jack Grealish – only joined up with the squad on Tuesday after their treble-chasing celebrations so it could be a flat performance given the forecasted heat.

Home comforts can inspire Wales to victory

WhatWales v Armenia
WhereCardiff City Stadium, Wales
When19:45, Friday 16th June
How to watch S4C & Viaplay Sports Online
OddsWales 2/5, Draw 7/2, Armenia 13/2

Wales have made a strong start to Euro 2024 qualifying, collecting four points from their opening two matches against Croatia and Latvia.

With only two goals scored, the Dragons have relied on their shape and defensive discipline, but they should have the sufficient firepower to see off the Armenian challenge.

Rob Page's men have been pretty tough to budge when armed with home advantage, losing only two of their last nine games on their own patch which includes holding Belgium and recording wins over the likes of Austria and Ukraine.

Armenia, having failed to win any of their last nine internationals and losing seven of those encounters, are not in the same mould as those sides Wales have competed well against.

The visitors lost their opening qualifier at home to Turkey, going down 2-1, while they were also beaten 3-2 at the Republic of Ireland in a Nations League fixture in September.

Wales should do the business as favourites and look worthy of their price at 2/5.

Danish delights may prove tough to budge

WhatDenmark v Northern Ireland
WhereVenue Parken, Denmark
When19:45, Friday 16th June
How to watchViaplay Sports 1
OddsDenmark 2/7, Draw 9/2, Northern Ireland 9/1

Denmark will be keen to hit back after suffering a shock 3-2 defeat in Kazakhstan in their last Euro 2024 qualifier, and that could spell trouble for Northern Ireland.

The Danes had won 3-1 at home to Finland prior to that, while the Finns were 1-0 winners on their subsequent trip to Northern Ireland.

Given Denmark are always talked up as lively outsiders for every major competition, it is no surprise to see them as a 2/7 poke to see off Northern Ireland.

The Danes have lost only one of their last 10 Euros qualifiers and most of their squad are operating in one of Europe's elite divisions, which cannot be said for Northern Ireland.

For all their attacking talent, the hosts have failed to keep a clean sheet in four matches, not only conceding three to Kazakhstan, but also being breached by Finland and Australia.

So while Denmark are expected to oblige, it may be worth backing them to prevail and over 2.5 goals being scored at 11/10.

That offers Northern Ireland some hope and there have been three or more goals scored in four of their last six internationals.

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