The automatic qualifying positions from the Euro 2024 qualifying groups will be decided over the course of the last two group games between Wednesday November 15th and Monday November 20th.
There’s plenty left to play for across the breadth of sections A to J which means sure-footed betting territory from which to select out best bets.
Euro 2024 Qualifying November International break best bets
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Difficult to fathom Welsh favouritism in Yerevan
Armenia remain right in there with a chance of claiming automatic qualification from Group D. Turkey are top on 16 points, followed by Wales and Croatia on 10 apiece Oleksandr Petrakov’s side three points further back on seven.
That makes this home tie against the Welsh pivotal for their hopes of booking a ticket, with Croatia already guaranteed at least a playoff berth thanks to their Nations League exploits.
Having beat Robert Page’s men 4-2 in Cardiff there’s no obvious reason they should be priced up at 3/1 to win on home turf. Given that result, the 19/10 on offer about Armenia draw not bet looks well worth taking up.
Moldova look the value with all to play for in Group E
Albania sit top of a tight qualifying section on 13 points, but all their pursuers barring the rock-bottom Faroe Islands are within four points of them with two games remaining.
Much could still change then and Moldova could put themselves right back in the automatic spots with victory at the Zimbru Stadium. The hosts should take confidence from the fact that the Albanians’ only road win in the group to date came against the Faroes.
Moldova haven’t exactly been invincible at home, but a 0-0 draw against the Czech Republic and a 3-2 win over Poland in Chisinau suggest that playing against the better sides may suit their game plan.
La Roja generously priced to go to town on sorry Cyprus
Spain still have work to do to seal top spot in qualifying Group A with Luis de la Fuente’s men level on 15 points with Scotland, albeit ahead on goal difference. They can do the latter no harm at all by recording a wide margin win in Cyprus.
The Cypriots were thrashed 6-0 in Granada back in September and La Roja have previous for humbling their hosts in the section too having run riot 7-1 in Georgia the same month.
Cyprus have already been beaten 3-0 by Scotland and 4-0 by Norway in Larnaca during this qualifying campaign. A Spain squad that still have plenty to play for and fierce competition for starting spots should be able to outscore both.