The final matches of the Euro 2020 qualifiers are finally here with many big countries already celebrating their qualification to the competition. The Italian who have already qualified will be hosting the Armenia side, while Spain hosts Romania amongst other countries. We will be giving you a preview and then later make predictions based on the form of the various teams.
Italy vs Armenia
Italy will be playing just for playing sake and pride when they host Armenia in the final leg of the Euro 2020 qualifiers. They will be looking to keep their 100% record in Group J intact when they host Armenia at Stadio Renzo Barbera. The Italians have already qualified but will be playing to ensure a 100% percent qualifier campaign.
Roberto Mancini’s men has been scoring goals for fun in their qualifiers. They have scored ten goals in total in previous three group games. Mancini’s men proved their worth in a 3-0 win over Bosnia on Friday evening, and we are sure they will win today’s game as well.
The Armenians, on the other hand, have really not been in good form losing back-to-back to Finland and Greece. The visitors have nothing to play for currently and we believe they can’t spoil the fun for the home side. We are tempted to put our money on Italy, who aim to record their tenth consecutive win in the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.
Spain vs Romania
Spain humiliated Malta in their previous game by 7-0 and they will be looking to build on that win as they host Romania at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano. Roberto Moreno aim to crown his team’s effect with a very successful qualifying campaign, and we are positive that they will do just that. Atletico Madrid attacker Alvaro Morata, has been scoring for fun in the qualifier campaign he has scored 9 times in their campaign.
Sweden was able to spoil the qualifying hopes of the Romanians and so now they have really nothing to play for. With this, we believe that betting on Roberto Moreno’s troops will be a very nice ideal. The Tricolori are low on confidence and are no threat to the Group Leaders. Spain was able to beat Romani in front of their home fans the last time they met, we believe they will do the same again.
Sweden vs the Faroe Islands
Sweden, who spoilt the fun for the Romanian side will be hosting Faroe Island in the final leg of the Euro 2020 qualifiers. They have already qualified and so, Monday game will be for formality but they won’t allow the visitors to beat them in front of their home fans.
They will be looking to give their fans yet another reason for celebration at their Friends Arena on Monday evening. The Swedes picked up vital three points from Friday’s qualifier against Romania, which has built their confidence level ahead of their final group game.
The Nordic side aim to ensure a wonderful home record and given Faroe Islands’ shaky defence, we believe that there is a big value in betting on the hosts. Faroe islands, experienced all sorts of problems already, they lost to Norway 4-0. A man to watch in the home team will be experienced attacker Marcus Berg, who found the net in the 2-0 win over Romania.
The Republic of Ireland vs Denmark
The Republic of Ireland will be looking to fight to book a place in the 2020 European Championship as it is the last final legs. Ireland are placed in the 3rd position just three points behind league leader Denmark, the match for them is a must-win. They will be hosting Denmark in their Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Monday evening. Denmark recorded a routine 6-0 win over Gibraltar in their last qualifying match, but they will have a much bigger team to contend with.
Group D has a very close margin a slight mistake could have either Ireland, Switzerland or Denmark loose the chance of qualifying. Republic of Ireland, though, are on a three-game winless run in the Euro 2020 qualifiers, will look to pick up form as they welcome Erikson and Co. A close encounter is on the horizon, and we predict that the two teams are going to share the spoils in Dublin in their last group game.
Greece vs Finland
Greece will be aiming to build on a hard-fought 1-0 win over Armenia in the final leg of the Euro 2020 qualifiers. The Galanolefki have been playing below expectations in the Euro 2020 qualifiers and, as a result, they will not be in the Euro 2020 tournament.
The Greeks, though eager to make amends for the unsuccessful qualifying campaign, we believe they can’t stand a chance with Pukki and Co. The Finns did well to qualify for the major tournament for the first time in the history of the national team. Pukki and Co. will be giving their all to ensure a perfect qualifier campaign we believe they won’t lose the match.