The last of the international action comes our way on Tuesday with seven Euros qualifiers left to complete the set - starting with Norway’s trip to Georgia.
The Norwegians are missing star quality and could be in for a difficult night in Batumi, before Croatia look to get back to winning ways in Turkey after dropping points late on in their opening draw with Wales.
Switzerland and Israel are also doing battle in Geneva - with both sides looking to build on positive results at the weekend.
Our Euros qualification treble selection is priced up at 14/1.
Tuesday's European Championship Qualifying treble acca:
Georgia to beat Norway @ 13/5
Croatia to beat Turkey @ 5/4
BTTS in Switzerland v Israel @ 11/10
Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.
|What||Georgia v Norway|
|Where||AdjaraBet Arena, Batumi, Georgia|
|When||17:00, Tuesday 28th March|
|How to watch||Viaplay Sports 1|
|Odds||Georgia 13/5, draw 11/5, Norway 21/20|
Travelling to Georgia for the first time since a Euro 2000 qualifier in April 1999, Norway might have come into the clash full of confidence in slightly different circumstances.
Their attack blessed with the hottest striker in world football, Norway have the raw materials to become a real threat in Europe, but the news of Erling Haaland’s withdrawal from the national team squad due to a groin problem has already thrown their Euros qualification prospects into doubt, seeing them slip to 8/13 to pip Scotland into second in the group.
The forward picked up a knock in Manchester City’s 6-0 FA Cup demolition of Burnley and Haaland, with nine goals in his last three club games, will therefore not be part of the travelling unit.
As such, a clash tipped to pit this season’s Premier League’s leading goalscorer against one of Serie A’s brightest stars in Khvicha Kvaratskhelia has not materialised and instead, the balance has tipped in the hosts’ favour.
With the City man in the squad, it would be hard to overlook Norway, but without him, Tuesday afternoon’s clash is a much tighter affair – particularly given how fresh the Napoli winger will be, especially having been rested for the 6-1 friendly mauling of Mongolia on Saturday.
The Norwegians began their qualification campaign with a 3-0 defeat in Spain while Georgia’s slate is clean, so the pressure will be fully on the visitors at the AdiaraBet Arena.
At 13/5, a win for the hosts seems particularly good value in light of the above – and even more so when you consider Norway have won just one of their last five internationals.
The only team to beat Georgia in their last 13 matches are Morocco, who overcame them in a World Cup warm-up friendly.
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|What||Turkey v Croatia|
|Where||Bursaspor Stadium, Bursa, Turkey|
|When||19:45, Tuesday 28th March|
|How to watch||Viaplay Xtra|
|Odds||Turkey 9/4, draw 23/10, Croatia 5/4|
Croatia were shocked by a late Nathan Broadhead goal to level their opening clash with Wales on Saturday, having dominated in the first half of a 1-1 draw in Split.
The World Cup semi-finalists have made such a name for themselves as a frontrunner in the European game that their absence from a major tournament finals feels seems ludicrous, but with fate dealing them a kind draw, reaching the showpiece event in Germany should not be an issue.
As well as minnows Latvia and Armenia, they face Turkey in Group D, with Bursa the destination on Tuesday for what boss Zlatko Dalic will hope is a return to winning ways.
With two automatic spots to the finals on offer, alarm bells will not be ringing just yet inside the Croatian camp; they can be expected to revert to type and come past a Turkey unit that has flattered to deceive of late.
The likes of Luka Modric, Mateo Kovacic, Josko Gvardiol, Ivan Perisic and Josip Juranovic all saw gametime against the Welsh and a playing squad of this calibre should outgun their hosts, who are led in attack by Getafe striker Enes Unal.
The La Liga figure has not found the net in a competitive game for Turkey since a Euro 2020 qualifer against Andorra in November 2019 and his team are also in poor shape.
Their come-from-behind win over the Armenians spared the blushes of Ozan Kabak – whose own goal had put them 1-0 down in the first half – and also brought them a first win in three competitive matches after a loss to the Faroe Islands and a draw with Luxembourg in the Nations League.
Croatia are better than evens to win at 5/4 and with fire in their bellies after the late lapse versus Wales, they will likely be in a clinical mood against Turkey.
|What||Switzerland v Israel|
|Where||Stade de Geneve, Geneva, Switzerland|
|When||19:45, Tuesday 28th March|
|Odds||Switzerland 4/11, draw 4/1, Israel 17/2|
Our final pick comes from Group I, a six-team group, where early leaders Switzerland will spy a real opportunity to earn a safe passage to a third consecutive European Championships and a sixth major tournament in a row.
Drawn against Belarus, Andorra, Israel, Kosovo and Romania, it is difficult to see where their greatest challenge will come from – in fact, they’re 1/14 to make the finals and 2/5 to top the group.
What’s more, they impressed at the World Cup when it mattered, eking out a 1-0 win over Cameroon in their first group match to then come close in a narrow defeat to Brazil, before edging Serbia in five-goal thriller to set up the knockout tie with Portugal where they finally ran out of steam.
There are plenty of goals in this Swiss side, which was made obvious in the 5-0 rout of Belarus on Saturday, in which Renato Steffen of Lugano netted a hat-trick inside half an hour. The 1-0 loss to Brazil in Qatar is one of only two matches not to see them score in their last nine outings.
As for Israel, they will be one of several Group I teams with an eye on second spot and they secured a 1-1 draw with Kosovo on Saturday. One thing the Israelis also have going for them is an eye for goal.
They have found the net in nine straight matches and Germany are the only team to keep them out in their last 14 internationals. While the Swiss should come out on top, their opponents are likely to take the game to them as they play with the pressure off. Both teams to score is an appealing bet at 10/11.
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