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Euros Qualifying Sunday Accumulator: Big guns can help land a 11/1 four-fold

It is a swift turnaround for the second set of qualification games for Euro 2024 and both Denmark and Portugal will be looking to build on winning starts to their campaign on Sunday.

Both face away games with Denmark making the long voyage to Kazakhstan and Portugal are off to Luxembourg. 

Defending champions Italy, meanwhile, have work to do after suffering a 2-1 defeat at home to England in their opener, and nothing but three Group C points will do when they make the short trip to Malta. 

The Three LIons are also in action with Ukraine heading to Wembley while Northern Ireland face Finland.

Sunday’s Euros qualifying four-fold acca:

Our Euros qualifying four-fold selection is priced up at 11/1:

Denmark to win & both teams to score @ 9/4 

Iceland to win to nil @ 4/9 

Portugal-Portugal half-time/full-time @ 4/7 

Under 3.5 goals in Malta v Italy @ 4/6 

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

Kazakhstan can make their presence felt

WhatKazakhstan v Denmark
WhereAstana Arena, Astana
When14:00, Sunday 26th March 2023
How to watch Viaplay Online
OddsKazakhstan 14/1, Draw 5/1, Denmark 2/9

Denmark reached the semi-finals of the Euros two years ago but a strong challenge at the World Cup didn’t materialise and they will not be able to take anything for granted if they are to take three points from the long trip to Kazakhstan. 

They needed two late goals to claim a 3-1 win over Finland on Wednesday while Kazakhstan’s opening 2-1 defeat to Slovenia ended a run of three straight home victories on the artificial surface at the Astana Stadium. 

Those successes over Azerbaijan, Slovakia and Belarus in the Nations League will have given Magomed Adiev’s team plenty of confidence and the Danes are not quite playing with the swagger that saw them post nine wins from 10 World Cup qualification games before their disappointment in Qatar, where they failed to win any of their group games. 

Denmark’s Rasmus Hojlund will be looking for another strong game after scoring all three goals against the Finns, but they could be vulnerable at the other end, so take the visitors to win but both teams to score.

Iceland have a great chance to find a win

WhatLiechtenstein v Iceland
WhereRheinpark Stadion, Vaduz
When17:00, Sunday 26th March 2023
How to watchViaplay 1
OddsLiechtenstein 28/1, Draw 15/2, Iceland 1/9

Iceland have fallen upon hard times after reaching the quarter-finals of Euro 2016, when they beat England in the last 16, and they desperately need a pick up after some lean years. 

A 3-0 defeat to Bosnia on Wednesday was their latest disappointment, but they have to have a great chance of sealing a comfortable win against one of the weakest sides in Europe. 

Liechtenstein have scored just one goal in their last 14 matches and it does not bode well for their chances that they were beaten in all six matches of an ultra-weak Nations League group containing Andorra, Latvia and Moldova. 

They were beaten 4-0 by Portugal, who did not have to get out of second gear on Wednesday and against a team who have such a poor goalscoring record, this is surely a fine opportunity for Iceland to gain a comfortable win. 

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Portugal can make a swift start

WhatLuxembourg v Portugal
WhereStade de Luxembourg, Gasperich
When19:45, Sunday 26th March 2023
How to watchViaplay Online
OddsLuxembourg 18/1, Draw 7/1, Portugal 1/7

It has been a while since Luxembourg were regarded as one of international football’s soft touches and they head into their clash with Portugal undefeated in their last six outings. 

That record was extended by a goalless draw with Slovakia on Wednesday, but this looks a lot tougher against a country who have beaten them in each of their last 12 meetings, with 10 of those being a Portuguese success without conceding. 

The 2016 European champions eased past Liechtenstein in their opener - Cristiano Ronaldo was still on hand to score twice - and this has been a comfortable introduction for new manager Roberto Martinez. 

But look to get with Portugal to win after leading at half-time. They have found the net before the interval in 12 of their last 17 qualification and Nations League matches and the talented line-up should be expected to make another swift start.

Injuries may affect Italy’s attacking output

WhatMalta v Italy
WhereTa’Qali National Stadium, Attard
When19:45, Sunday 26th March 2023
How to watchViaplay 2
OddsMalta 18/1, Draw 9/1, Italy 1/9

Holders Italy are one team who have plenty of work to do after they fell to England in their opening Group C game. 

It would be understandable if there were a few nerves in the Azzurri camp for Euro 2024 qualifying after their failure to qualify for the last two World Cups. 

Potential playoffs could be a huge concern and it means nothing short of three points in Malta will do. 

They had offered little up front in the first half against the Three Lions and while debutant Mateo Retegui netted a well-taken goal after the interval, it is fair to say that Roberto Mancini does not have a galaxy of attacking options with Federico Chiesa, Giacomo Raspadori and Ciro Immobile all out injured. 

So they may not quite have that cutting edge and while this is a step up for Malta, who were beaten 2-1 by North Macedonia in their first match, just one of the islanders’ last 11 matches have featured more than three goals. 

Italy have won without conceding in their last four meetings with Malta and as it is difficult to see them running up a cricket score, under 3.5 goals looks a decent bet.

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