UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifying: Best Bets – 10/15/19 – Odds, Predictions, and Picks

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Monday, October 14, 2019 at 10:00 PM (Europe)

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As we approach the final round of fixtures in this international break, there is still plenty of exciting betting opportunities for us all to take advantage of.


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Can Ireland continue their march towards qualification with a win in Switzerland? Will Italy thrash Liechtenstein? Can Finland overcome Armenia?


Here are the best bets for Tuesday’s UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifying games.


Finland vs. Armenia – 10/15/19


It’s 2nd vs. 3rd in Group J as Finland host Armenia. The home side have picked up 12 points from their 7 qualifying matches while Armenia are on 10 points. The visitors have been the surprise package in the group and have managed to score 13 goals in 7 games (an average of just under 2 goals per game). However, they have conceded 12 times. Finland have scored 9 but have only let in 8. Finland are the favorites to win this clash at 1.53, but I expect Armenia to continue their goal scoring form. A home win and both teams to score is looking likely.


Pick: Finland to Win and Both Teams to Score – 4.14


Liechtenstein vs. Italy – 10/15/19


Italy are sitting pretty at the top of Group J with a 100% record so far. They have won all 7 of their qualifying matches and have scored 20 goals in the process (an average of just under 3 goals per game). On the other hand, Liechtenstein are rock bottom of the group with only 2 points to their name. They have conceded 20 goals and this doesn’t bode well for Tuesday’s match. Italy are the bookies clear favorite at 1.02, but they are likely to secure a high-scoring win. If you add over 3.5 goals to an away win, the odds are far more appealing.


Pick: Italy to Win and Over 3.5 Goals – 1.50


Switzerland vs. Republic of Ireland – 10/15/19


I think the bookies have got this one wrong. Ireland are top of Group D and are unbeaten in the qualifying campaign so far (won 3, drawn 3). They have only conceded 2 goals in 6 matches and are proving extremely tough to break down. Switzerland are the favorites at 1.44, but they sit 4 points behind Ireland in 3rd place. The Swiss were beaten by Demark in their last outing and will come into this match low on confidence. Purely for the potential profit, an Ireland win at 6.50 seems too good to miss.


Pick: Republic of Ireland to Win – 6.50-


The pick in this article is the opinion of the writer, not a Sports Chat Place site consensus.