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Euros Qualifying: Poland & Hungary feature in 33/1 acca

The Euros qualifiers continue on Monday and we have picked out a 33/1 four-fold which features wins for Poland, Hungary, Austria and Serbia.

Poland should be too strong for Albania at home in Group E, Austria similarly when they welcome Estonia in Group F, while Hungary and Serbia should both underline their strengths as they look to dominate Group G.

With more vital points up for grabs as countries plot a path to Germany next year, Monday evening should be another entertaining night of international football.

Monday's Euros Qualifying four-fold acca:

Our Euros Qualifying four-fold selection is priced up at 33/1.

Poland to Win and Both Teams To Score v Albania - Yes @ 7/2

Austria to beat Estonia @ 1/6

Hungary to beat Bulgaria @ 1/2

Serbia to Win and Both Teams To Score v Montenegro - Yes @ 10/3

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

Poland expected to bounce back

What:Poland v Albania
Where:Stadion Narodowy, Warsaw
When:19:45, Monday 27th March 2023
How to watch:Viaplay Sports 2
Odds:Poland 3/5, Draw 11/4, Albania 5/1

Poland suffered a 3-1 defeat to Czech Republic in Prague in their opening Euros qualifier but they should be good enough to claim a home win over Albania in their second game in Group E.

After making it to the last 16 in the World Cup in Qatar over the winter, the Poles are ranked 22nd by FIFA, compared to Albania who are down in 66th place with their only major tournament appearance coming at the 2016 Euros, when they were eliminated at the group stage.

This is Albania's first game since November so it's difficult to judge what sort of shape the visitors will be in for the trip to Warsaw, but they have only failed to score in one of their last six games, so backing both teams to find the back of the net and a Poland win looks a good option for the first leg of this acca.

Austria too strong at home for Estonia

What:Austria v Estonia
Where:Raiffeisen Arena, Linz
When:19:45, Monday 27th March 2023
How to watch:Viaplay Sports Online
Odds:Austria 1/6, Draw 11/2, Estonia 20/1

Austria kicked off their bid to qualify for next summer's Euros with a comfortable 4-1 home win over Azerbaijan and they should make it two from two when Estonia visit Linz on Monday.

With Belgium and Sweden also in Group F, the Austrians know tougher tests are to come so another three points is required against an Estonia outfit who have yet to begin their campaign and lost 1-0 to Hungary in a friendly on Thursday.

Austria failed to qualify for last year's World Cup, but they have made it to three of the last four European Championships, while Estonia have never reached the finals of a major tournament and a familiar struggle to make an impact at this level looks to lie ahead for them.

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Hungary to kick-off with a win

What:Hungary v Bulgaria
Where:Puskas Arena, Budapest
When:19:45, Monday 27th March 2023
How to watch:Viaplay Sports Online
Odds:Hungary 1/2, Draw 3/1, Bulgaria 6/1

Hungary's first game in Group G appears to be a very winnable home clash with Bulgaria, who got off to a disappointing start with a 1-0 defeat against Montenegro on Friday.

Hungary have had some eye-catching results over the past 12 months, beating England home and away in the Nations League and also drawing and beating Germany in the same competition, and they will be keen to build on those performances and emerge from this group, in which Serbia are also expected to shine.

Bulgaria have not made it to a major tournament since 2004 and finished second behind Georgia in their Nations League Group C4 to stay in the third tier of that competition, whereas Hungary only missed out on a place in the Nations League Finals by a point after finishing behind Italy in Group A3.

Serbia eye second Group G win

What:Montenegro v Serbia
Where:Stadion Pod Goricom, Podgorica
When:19:45, Monday 27th March 2023
How to watch:Viaplay Sports Online
Odds:Montegegro 15/4, Draw 27/10, Serbia 8/11

After a 2-0 home win over Lithuania in their first group game, Serbia remain favourites to top the section and they will fancy their chances of making it two victories from two when they travel to Montenegro.

It may not be a straightforward away success as Montenegro also got off to a winning start when they edged out Bulgaria away on Friday.

That result will give the home side plenty of confidence and they can at least score in defeat. Serbia, who were knocked out in the group stage in the World Cup last year, have only kept one clean sheet in their last six games to underline their fragility at the back but they should still see off a side ranked 40 places lower than them at 69th on FIFA's list.

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