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Sunday's Euro 2024 qualifying predictions including Portugal vs. Iceland

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Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's Euro 2024 qualifying fixtures, including Portugal vs. Iceland.


Hungary vs. Montenegro (Sunday, 2.00pm)

Only victory will do for Montenegro against Hungary on Sunday afternoon, as they pursue a first-ever major tournament appearance at next summer's Euro 2024 finals.

The tiny nation will qualify if they win in Budapest and Serbia slip up against Bulgaria; meanwhile, their hosts have already sealed a spot in Germany.

We say: Hungary 1-1 Montenegro


Perhaps taking their foot off the gas, Hungary may be restricted to a home draw in their final group fixture, having already sealed their spot at another Euros. By contrast, Montenegro must go all-out to take three points and hope that will prove enough for qualification; however, the plucky outsiders are set to come up short.

Our tipster partners are predicting an away win.

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Serbia vs. Bulgaria (Sunday, 2.00pm)

Knowing a point would be enough to secure their spot at Euro 2024, Serbia tackle rock-bottom Bulgaria in Sunday's Group G finale.

The Eagles can even seal a top-two place with defeat at Stadion Dubocica, should Montenegro fail to beat group leaders Hungary.

We say: Serbia 3-1 Bulgaria


There is a significant gulf in class between these two teams, albeit Serbia needed a last-gasp leveller to avoid defeat in Bulgaria. Set to confirm their trip to Germany in style, the home side should certainly score more than once in Leskovac, given the depth of attacking talent available to them.

Our tipster partners are predicting a home win.

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Belgium vs. Azerbaijan (Sunday, 5.00pm)

Having already qualified for next summer's Euro 2024 finals, Belgium can afford to experiment in Sunday's final Group F fixture, as they host Azerbaijan at King Baudouin Stadium.

The Red Devils also enjoyed a friendly win earlier this week; meanwhile, Azerbaijan shocked Sweden in Baku but are already out of contention.

We say: Belgium 2-0 Azerbaijan


Competition for places - both in Belgium's Euro 2024 squad and their starting XI - should ensure the home side still aim to impress, despite already wrapping up qualification. Replicating an historic achievement just three days after seeing off Sweden will be too much to ask for Azerbaijan, who are set to suffer their fifth defeat from eight Group F games.

Our tipster partners are predicting a draw.

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Sweden vs. Estonia (Sunday, 5.00pm)

After a humbling defeat in midweek, Sweden will conclude their failed Euro 2024 qualification campaign on Sunday, when they host Estonia in Stockholm.

Losing 3-0 in Azerbaijan marks the low point of Janne Andersson's reign, which comes to an end this weekend with a dead-rubber against Group F's last-placed nation.

We say: Sweden 3-0 Estonia


Determined to finish off an awful qualifying campaign by sending Janne Andersson on his way with a win, Sweden should complete a double over Estonia, who are destined to finish rock-bottom of Group F. An overhaul will be needed in the months ahead, but the Blagult still have enough ability to put one of Europe's weakest sides to the sword.

Our tipster partners are predicting a draw.

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Spain vs. Georgia (Sunday, 7.45pm)

Realistically requiring just a draw to ensure a first-placed finish in Euro 2024 qualifying Group A, Spain take to the Estadio Jose Zorrilla turf in Valladolid to face Georgia in their final preliminary match on Sunday.

La Roja comfortably dispatched Cyprus 3-1 in their penultimate fixture on Thursday, while Georgia were pegged back twice in an ill-tempered 2-2 draw with Scotland.

We say: Spain 3-1 Georgia


Injuries may be rearing their ugly heads for De la Fuente's side, but the abundance of talent in the Roja reserves means that Georgia's sojourn to Valladolid should not be worthwhile one for Sagnol's team.

Finding the back of the net is never an issue for the Crusaders, but they have flattered to deceive on the road, and Spain ought to seal a first-placed finish in the group in style.

Our tipster partners are predicting a draw.

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> How Spain could line up against Georgia


Scotland vs. Norway (Sunday, 7.45pm)

With their first-placed destiny in Euro 2024 qualifying Group A out of their own hands, Scotland close out their preliminary campaign against Norway at Hampden Park on Sunday.

Steve Clarke's side were forced to do it the hard way to rescue a point in a 2-2 draw with Georgia on Thursday, while their visitors are still in contention to land a spot in the playoffs.

We say: Scotland 1-0 Norway


Already making do without creator-in-chief Odegaard and a talented marksman in Sorloth, Norway's attacking bite will shrink further if Haaland misses out at Hampden Park, and Solbakken's men did not blow the Faroe Islands away by any stretch.

Jellied legs from a long trip to Georgia will do Scotland no favours either, potentially leading to a relatively low-key affair, but we can envisage Clarke's men keeping their depleted visitors at arm's length and doing all that they can to pip Spain to first place.

Our tipster partners are predicting a home win.

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Portugal vs. Iceland (Sunday, 7.45pm)

Already-qualified Portugal will bring a hugely impressive Euro 2024 qualification campaign to a close with a contest against Iceland in Lisbon on Sunday night.

Roberto Martinez's side have a perfect record in Group J, winning all nine of their games to collect 27 points, and they have already guaranteed themselves a spot in Pot 1 for the finals draw, but Iceland have missed out on the chance to qualify from this section, sitting down in fourth position.

We say: Portugal 2-0 Iceland


The pressure is off for both teams, so it should be an open and entertaining game of football. Iceland are capable of making it a difficult match for Portugal, but the home side have been so strong in this section, and we would be very surprised if they were unable to make it 10 straight victories.

Our tipster partners are predicting a draw.

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> How Portugal could line up against Iceland


Bosnia H'vina vs. Slovakia (Sunday, 7.45pm)

Bosnia-Herzegovina and Slovakia will round off their respective Euro 2024 qualification campaigns with a contest at Bilino Polje Stadium in Zenica on Sunday night.

Slovakia booked their spot in the finals of the European Championship courtesy of a 4-2 win over Iceland on Thursday, while Bosnia-Herzegovina are down in fifth position in the section, but they can still qualify for the tournament through the UEFA Nations League B path.

We say: Bosnia-Herzegovina 0-1 Slovakia


Bosnia-Herzegovina have not drawn a single match in this group, while Slovakia have shared the points on just one occasion, so the statistics point to a home or an away win here. The hosts are capable of securing all three points, but we just fancy Slovakia to edge a close contest this weekend.

Our tipster partners are predicting a home win.

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Liechtenstein vs. Luxembourg (Sunday, 7.45pm)

Luxembourg will be looking to end what has been a strong Euro 2024 qualification campaign on a positive note when they tackle Group J strugglers Liechtenstein on Sunday night.

The visitors will finish third in the section regardless of what happens in the final set of fixtures, but they can still qualify for next summer's European Championship through the UEFA Nations League C playoffs.

We say: Liechtenstein 0-2 Luxembourg


Liechtenstein will have been boosted by their performance against Portugal last time out, but it is very difficult to back them to pick up points in any given match. Luxembourg's qualification campaign has been excellent, and we are expecting them to secure another three points on Sunday night.

Our tipster partners are predicting an away win.

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