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Croatia haven’t been in the best of form of late, they’ve lost three of their last five games. There’s no shame in losing to Portugal and Sweden, but then they also defeated to Slovenia – a team with as many great players as Croatia shouldn’t be losing to Slovenia. Anyway, they’ve won their two since then, beating Cyprus and Malta (not exactly world-beaters either).
Armenia have nothing to lose here and they’re enjoying a good run of form. They’ve won all five of their most recent fixtures and are unbeaten over their last eight, they have also scored at least one in 10 of their last 10 games. The odds for Both Teams to Score are far too high to refuse here, especially with Armenia in such good form and Croatia only keeping two clean sheets over their last 10 matches.
Slovakia have won just two of their last 11 fixtures (winning one in Extra Time) and they could really be in for a torrid time during the Euros, where they’ll face Poland, Sweden and, gulp, Spain. Bulgaria didn’t make the Euros and rightfully so, the only game they’ve won over their last 10 was a 3-0 win over Gibraltar.
Slovakia are decent at home though, where they’ve lost just two of their last nine – winning three and drawing four. The home side should have more than enough here to beat a Bulgaria side who have scored just two goals over their last five matches.
North Macedonia are on a good run of form, they’ve won seven of their last 12 fixtures – drawing three and losing just two. They’ll be up against Austria, Netherlands and Ukraine at the Championships and could pull off a few surprises. Slovenia also didn’t qualify, but their form is decent with six wins over their last 11.
At home North Macedonia have only kept two clean sheets over their last 10, winning seven of those games. Meanwhile, Slovenia have scored at least one in eight of their last 10 on the road. We’re liking the look of the home side winning and both teams getting on the scoresheet.
The big match of the night sees Poland taking on Russia and expect sparks to fly here. The Poles sees Russia as their biggest rival in pretty much everything and they love getting one over their auld enemy.
Poland’s recent form has taken a major dip, they’ve only won one of their last five games (a 3-0 win over Andorra) losing to Netherlands, Italy and England and drawing with Hungary. Prior to those five matches they had won four and drawn one.
Russia’s form isn’t great either, they’ve won just two of their last five, losing the other three and had only won one of their previous five. Poland’s home form has been good ,with just one loss over their last 11, winning eight.
Russia have won just one of their last five away from home. With home fans at this game there should be quite the racket and matched with Poland’s superior home record against Russia’s bad away form, we have to give it to the home side here.
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