What are this week’s best Euro 2020 qualification both teams to score bets?

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It’s been an entertaining weekend of action in qualifying for Euro 2020, as most of the countries get their campaigns underway for better or worse. It doesn’t stop there though, and there’s more on the way this week. Here we take a look at the best both teams to score bets for Tuesday’s programme of fixtures. 

First up we’re heading to Il Tardini in Parma, as Italy play host to the world’s 181st ranked team, Liechtenstein. The Azzurri smashed these minnows 4-0 away and 5-0 back at home in qualifying for the last World Cup. Roberto Mancini’s side beat Finland 2-0 at home on Saturday, and it’d be a huge surprise if Liechtenstein manage to get on the scoresheet here. With that in mind, you can bet against both teams to score in this game at 2/9. 

Another Euro heavyweight, Spain, are also in action against a tiny nation this week. La Roja are away from home on Tuesday, as they travel to Malta. Like Italy boss Mancini, Luis Enrique has a major rebuilding job on his hands. Malta haven’t scored in any of their last four games against Spain. The last time they did net against the Spanish, it was in a 12-1 defeat in 1983. This should be a straightforward night for the away team, and it’s 1/8 against both teams scoring. 

The same bet on Bosnia-Herzegovina against Greece is 7/10, which looks a decent price considering these teams shared a goalless draw the last time they met in qualifying for Russia 2018. The last two games between Armenia and Finland meanwhile have only produced a single goal, so the same selection in this game looks solid at 17/20. 

On to a game where the goals could be more likely to flow, and a Scandinavian derby between Norway and Sweden. We could be in for some fireworks, with three of the last four meetings between the countries seeing both teams score. Two of those matches alone produced 11 goals. BTTS is 21/20 in this game. 

We’re back going against BTTS as the Republic of Ireland host Georgia at the Aviva Stadium. Ireland beat their visitors 1-0 in Dublin in 2015 and 2016, and it’s 13/20 if you want to go against both sides seeing the back of the net ripple on Tuesday. 

We’re also going for the same selection as Romania host the Faroe Islands, which is 4/11. Romania won both games in qualifying for the last Euros without conceding a goal. If you fancy an accumulator bet for this week’s Euro 2020 qualifying matches, you could throw these seven selections together for odds of 16/1. 

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