Euro 2020 Qualifying Match Odds and Betting Tips for Friday

Martin Green

Monday, November 11, 2019 4:13 PM UTC

Monday, Nov. 11, 2019 4:13 PM UTC

Big handicaps are needed when Euro 2020 qualifying resumes on Friday...
<div><h2>Romania vs Sweden</h2><p><a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><strong>Friday, November 15, at Arena Nationala</strong></a></p><p>Spain are running away with Group F and that leaves Romania and Sweden to battle it out for second place and a spot at Euro 2020. The Swedes have the advantage after taking 15 points from eight games thus far, but Romania are just one point behind them. It finished 2-1 to Sweden when these teams met in Stockholm during the very first round of qualifiers, but Romania have rallied well and won four of their subsequent seven matches. They have banged in 17 goals in their eight group games and they are yet to draw a blank. Sweden have only failed to score once – a 3-0 defeat to Spain – and they have hit 18 goals in total. There will be a great deal of attacking talent on the pitch, including Claudiu Keseru, who has scored a goal every 61 minutes for Romania, but neither defence looks solid.</p><p><strong>Tip: <a href=";a=bf7f64f4-cd67-4904-9b00-6ded1d41fd18&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Bet365">Both teams to score at 2.00 (evens) with Bet365</a></strong></p><h2>Spain vs Malta</h2><p><a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><strong>Friday, November 15, at Estadio Ramon de Carranza</strong></a></p><p>Table topping Spain still need one more win to be assured of seizing Group F and they should be able to sweep Malta aside on Friday. The Maltese suffered a bruising 1-0 defeat to the Faroe Islands last time out and they now sit bottom of the standings, which does not bode well for a trip to Spain. They will be coming up against some of the world’s most technically gifted players. New Spain manager Alberto Moreno has chosen a strong blend of youth and experience, with the likes of Sergio Romos, Sergio Busquets and Santi Cazorla rubbing shoulders with Dani Olmo and some other intriguing youngsters. There is a great deal of competition for places in the squad and they will be keen to impress Moreno, so Spain should blow Malta away in this game. Yet the Maltese have not conceded more than four goals in a match so far, and they only lost 2-0 to Spain earlier in qualifying, so a 3-0 or 4-0 win for the hosts looks likely.</p><p><strong>Tip: <a href=";a=acd6b93a-905e-45af-90ef-7eb1df661829&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Coral">Spain and under 4.5 goals at 2.38 (11/8) with Coral</a></strong></p><p><a href=";a=9feaaf7a-d7a2-4185-974a-81ad171951df&amp;f=3"><img alt src="" /></a></p><h2>Finland vs Liechtenstein</h2><p><a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><strong>Friday, November 15, at Sonera Stadium</strong></a></p><p>Finland have enjoyed a strong qualifying campaign so far and they will wrap up second place in Group J if they can beat Liechtenstein on Friday. They have won five of their eight games and they picked up a 2-0 victory in Liechtenstein earlier in qualifying. The Finns dominated hat game: they enjoyed 80% of the possession and they had 24 shots on goal compared to just four for their hosts. You would expect them to be even more dominant at home and when the stakes are high. Star striker Teemu Pukki has been misfiring for Norwich in the Premier League, but he remains on fire for his country and this game should provide him with a great opportunity to returning to goalscoring ways and boost his confidence. There are just 38,000 people living in Liechtenstein, compared to Finland’s population of 5.5 million, and this should prove to be a mismatch. Liechtenstein are winless and bottom of the group, so Finland should roll them over.</p><p><strong>Tip: <a href=";a=4fd3c129-b898-4816-9a61-9f7e8f34295a&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Unibet">Finland -3 Asian handicap at 1.92 (23/25) with Unibet</a></strong></p></div>
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