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Euro 2016 qualifying acca: Germany close to sealing Group D top spot

06 Oct | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Euro 2016 qualifying acca: Germany close to sealing Group D top spot

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4/9 – Germany to beat Republic of Ireland

Germany travel to the Republic of Ireland leading a competitive Group D table with two games to play and a win could secure top spot if other results are favourable.

The world champions have won five European qualifiers in succession.

Three of those have been away from home and the visitors should beat an Irish side that has only won half of their home ties this campaign.

8/11 – Portugal to beat Denmark

Portugal host Denmark in a crucial Group I clash with the home side top of the table with two games to play.

A win against the visitors, who are playing their final qualifier, will seal top spot.

Portugal have won their last five group games, while Denmark have drawn their last two 0-0 against Albania and Armenia respectively.

2/7 – Hungary to beat the Faroe Islands

Hungary host the Faroe Islands in a key Group F game and a win can move the home side into an automatic qualification spot if other results go their way.

The visitors have only won one of their last 25 away games in qualifiers, losing the other 24.

That their last four group games on the road have yielded a single goal makes a shock result even more unlikely.

15/8 – Northern Ireland and Greece to draw

The Group F fixture between Northern Ireland and Greece is not likely to feature many goals.

Bottom-of-the-group Greece will not be at Euro 2016 after enduring a winless qualifying campaign, but the visitors have drawn three of their four away games so far.

The hosts, meanwhile, have drawn their last three games in all competitions.

1/4 – France to beat Armenia

France continue their preparations for Euro 2016 with a home friendly against Armenia.

The tournament hosts have won back-to-back games against Portugal and Serbia and should do so with ease against the visitors, who have lost their seven games away from home.

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