5 football tips for Saturday's Euro 2020 qualifiers
Back our 22/1 five-fold, which features football tips from the third round of fixtures in the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Croatia to beat Wales (14:00)
Wales have only won two of five away matches under Ryan Giggs, against China and Republic of Ireland.
The Dragons lost 1-0 to Albania in their last away game, even with Gareth Bale coming off the bench for the final half hour.
They will surely be beaten by a Croatia side that have won 19 and drawn four of their last 24 home games – a run that stretches back to 2013.
Armenia to beat Liechtenstein & BTTS (17:00)
Liechtenstein were thumped 6-0 away to Italy last time out and have lost five of their last six matches.
They took just one point from their two meetings with Armenia in the Nations League last year, but BTTS has landed in four of their six matches.
Armenia scored and conceded in both of their matches against Liechtenstein and have only failed to find the net once in their last five games.
Italy to beat Greece (19:45)
Italy have won their opening two qualifiers against Finland and Liechtenstein, scoring eight goals without reply.
The Azzurri are unbeaten in their last six matches and have won four of their last five games, keeping five straight clean sheets.
They should ease past a Greece side whose only victory in four came against Liechtenstein.
Scotland to beat Cyprus (19:45)
Cyprus come into this having lost seven and drawn one of their previous eight away games, with that draw coming in a Nations League dead rubber against Slovenia in October.
The visitors’ only two victories in their last 15 matches came at home to Slovenia, who finished bottom of their Nations League group, and San Marino.
Scotland beat both Albania and Israel at home to top their Nations League group and have won each of their last five competitive matches at Hampden Park.
France to beat Turkey (19:45)
France coasted to a 2-0 friendly victory over Bolivia on Sunday to extend their winning streak to four matches.
Les Bleus have lost just one of their last 17 competitive matches, with that defeat coming away to the Netherlands in their final Nations League match.
Turkey have won four consecutive matches, but each of those victories have come against significantly weaker opposition and they had managed just one victory in eight prior to that run.
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