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European Qualifiers – Round 10 – Tuesday 11/19

Tuesday is the last day of this Euro 2020 qualification cycle. Most of the groups already have their 2 nations that qualified; however, the last day can bring a lot of excitement for certain countries. Nothing can beat the happiness of qualifying for a major tournament at the last second and it might actually happen for some nation. Below you will find previews for Tuesday’s matches.

Belgium vs Cyprus >> click here for live odds

The hosts have already guaranteed themselves the first place in the group while Cyprus have no chance of qualifying. Belgium are the only team in this qualification cycle that managed to win all their games. As a matter of fact, they have never lost a match against Cyprus. The reverse fixture finished 0:2 in favor of Belgium and now they will be playing at home.


Belgium are clear favorites for this fixture even though they will probably field a rotated squad. For that reason, we are backing a -2.75 Asian Handicap outcome.

Germany vs Northern Ireland >> click here for live odds

This fixture could have been very exiting and the match of the day. However, in the previous round, Northern Ireland managed just a draw against Netherlands and they lost their chances for qualification. Since they will finish 3rd in the group regardless of the outcome of Tuesday’s match, both sides don’t really have anything to play for. Germany won the reverse fixture 0:2 and a similar outcome is highly likely.


Since both sides have nothing to gain from the fixture, we are expecting an open match where several goals should be scored. That’s why, we are backing a Both Teams to Score outcome.

Latvia vs Austria >> click here for live odds

The hosts are the only team in this group that hasn’t won any points at all. Austria, on the other hand, guaranteed their qualification in the previous round with a victory over Macedonia. They don’t have a chance to get the 1st position from Poland so Austria don’t really need anything from the match. However, Latvia are not really a professional squad. They conceded 6 goals in the reverse fixture and something similar might be on the books for Tuesday.


It’s the last game of the qualification cycle and Latvia will surely try to get something positive from the match. However, Austria have too much quality for them and will probably win with a high margin. We are backing the Away Side to Score Over 2.5 Goals.

Netherlands vs Estonia >> click here for live odds

Netherlands qualified for the Euro 2020 in the last round when they played a draw against Northern Ireland. However, they still have a chance to win the group if Germany drops points in the last match. Estonia, on the other hand, are massive outsiders in the group and they did lose the reverse fixture 0:4 even though they played at home.


It’s hard to look past this Dutch side for such a fixture. Estonia are out of their league in this competition and we are expecting them to concede several goals. We are backing a – 2.75 Asian Handicap outcome.

North Macedonia vs Israel >> click here for live odds

Here we have a fixture that holds no meaning for both sides. They lost their chances to qualify during the previous rounds and will now be playing to finish as high on the table as possible. If Slovenia drops points, both Macedonia and Israel could finish 3rd if they win the match. The reverse fixture finished with a 1:1 draw but now Macedonia have the home turf advantage and they might end up getting all 3 points.


Since the match can’t change the outcome of the qualification cycle, we are expecting an open game. For that reason, we are backing an Over 2.5 Goals outcome.

Poland vs Slovenia >> click here for live odds

Poland qualified for the Euro 2020 back in October, while Slovenia lost their qualification hopes two rounds ago when they lost to Austria. In the reverse fixture Slovenia won 2:0. On top of that, Poland haven’t beaten Slovenia since 2004. They will come in the match with no pressure and will certainly want payback against Slovenia. Additionally, it will be Łukasz Piszczek’s last match for Poland and they will want to send him off with a win.


Even though Poland are on top of this group, they lost quite easily to Slovenia. On Tuesday, they will hope to repair the image for their fans and will certainly go for the win. We are backing a Home Side Win outcome.

San Marino vs Russia >> click here for live odds

San Marino are one of the biggest outsiders of the whole qualification cycle. They have managed just 1 point while conceding an amazing 46 goals. Russia qualified for Euro 2020 a long time ago and this match means nothing to them. However, the reverse fixture finished 9:0 in favor of Russia and something similar will surely happen on Tuesday.


It’s hard to look past Russia for this fixture. They have too much quality for San Marino and will most likely score several goals past them. For that reason, we are backing an outcome where the Away Side Scored Over 2.5 Goals.

Scotland vs Kazakhstan >> click here for live odds

Scotland lost their chance to qualify several rounds ago. The best they can do right now is make sure they remain 3rd on the table. Kazakhstan were supposed to be one of the outsiders of the group; however, they managed to defeat Scotland 3:0 in the reverse fixture. The Scots will want payback for that humiliating night and they will go all out to secure a win on Tuesday.


Scotland do have more quality in their squad. However, quality didn’t help them when they conceded 3 goals against Kazakhstan in the reverse fixture. They need the win to remain 3rd and we believe they can do it. That’s why we are backing a Home Side Victory.

Slovakia vs Azerbaijan >> click here for live odds

Here we have one of the fixtures in Group E. This is the most exciting group because it’s the only one where a qualification spot is still open. Slovakia can get that spot if they defeat Azerbaijan. However, they also need to hope that the match between Wales and Hungary finished with a draw. Azerbaijan are the outsiders of the group so Slovakia shouldn’t have a problem with winning this fixture.


Slovakia are clear favorites for this one and they also need the win because it can bring the qualification for the Euro 2020. The reverse fixture finished 1:5 in favor of Slovakia and a similar outcome is expected. We are backing a – 2.75 Asian Handicap outcome.

Wales vs Hungary >> click here for live odds

Last but not least, we have the most exciting match of the 10th and final qualification round. It’s the only fixture that can actually decide who gets the last qualification spot. The team that wins gets the spot; however, if the match finishes with a draw, Slovakia can take the spot with a victory over Azerbaijan. Wales lost the reverse fixture 1:0 in a very tight fixture. Now they have a chance for a payback in front of their own fans in a match that can put Wales in the Euro 2020 tournament.


A lot is on the line for both sides in this fixture. That’s why we are expecting a very tight, low-scoring affair where a lot of tactics will be deployed. That’s why we are backing a Under 2.5 Goals outcome.

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