The month of August featured the beginning of competitive club football across Europe.
And while Champions League football will follow suit in September, fans have to endure the first international break of the season.
In the coming days, football players will instead be seen in their national team colors. For some, it will just be friendly games. For example, Argentina will take on Chile while Brazil will take Colombia in friendly games this weekend.
For others, it’ll be about the race to qualify for a major tournament.
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Africa will feature the qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup. The first round of qualifying games will feature the lower-ranked sides on the continent. As the qualifiers proceed, the ‘Big Boys’ will join in.
Surely, the qualifiers in Africa won’t be as exciting as the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
The race is on for a spot in arguably Europe’s second-biggest football competition. Featuring 55 teams drawn into 10 separate qualifying groups, there are more than enough games to be played… and of course, to make some extra cash from. 😊
The qualifiers started March 2019 and will run through till March 2020. This weekend will feature Round 4 of qualifying games. Just in case you are wondering, here are some of the games you can bet on:
Germany vs. Netherlands
Hands down, this is the biggest international game to be played this weekend. It’s a reverse of the fixture that ended 3-2 in favor of the Germans. The ‘German Machines’ go into this one as favorites to win, based on recent stats.
Germany have not lost a qualifying game at home since 2007. In their last three Euro qualifying games, they’ve scored 13 goals – an impressive average of four goals per game!
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Scotland vs. Russia
It’s fourth versus second in Group I of the qualifiers. The Scot will be wary of the Russians and their prolific goalscoring record. The boys from Moscow have scored 15 goals in four games, conceding just three.
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A loss for Scotland puts them at a risk of finishing outside the top two, a spot required for qualification.
Serbia vs. Portugal
The last five matches between these two sides ended with both teams scoring. Two of those games ended in a draw. This shows just how far apart these two sides are. This game will be keenly contested by Portugal, currently placed fourth on the table.
Same for Serbia.
England vs. Bulgaria
The top side in Group A takes on the team sitting pretty at the bottom of the table. England has averaged five goals per game in the qualifying campaign so far. Should be a walk in the park for them, right?
Which of these games will you add to your bet slip this weekend? Join the conversation by dropping your comments.