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Euro 2024 opening weekend acca: England and Italy off the mark as Croatia test Spain

Euro 2024 starts this weekend and we’re kicking things off with our first group stage acca focusing on Saturday, Sunday and Monday’s matches.

Euro 2024 is finally here and that means wall-to-wall football for the next 30 days and ample opportunity to batter the bookies.

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Euro 2024 acca

Hungary: Double Chance

Spain vs Croatia: Under 2.5 goals

Italy to win

England to win

Belgium vs Slovakia: Over 2.5 goals

 

Hungary vs Switzerland (1400 BST Sat)

Our match preview centred around our belief that Hungary are capable of raising their game to match anyone in Group A, while Switzerland seem to be overrated.

Recent wins over England (twice) and Germany tell you all you need to know about the Hungarians, as does the fact they’ve lost to four sides in their last 30 matches.

 

 

Spain vs Croatia (1700 BST Sat)

Croatia were able to frustrate England for large parts of their Euro 2020 opener, while Spain had to settle for a 0-0 draw with Sweden.

The Spaniards usually start slow and find their way as the tournament progresses, but they will be the aggressors here and may need to be patient if they’re to break through.

 

 

Italy vs Albania (2000 BST Sat)

Albania are no pushover, but this is a key fixture for Italy. While Spain and Croatia go head-to-head, Italy could steal a march on at least one of those sides.

Albania can frustrate teams but they struggle for goals away from home soil and they look like they’re going to fall well short of the quality needed to escape this group.

 

 

Serbia vs England (2000 BST Sun)

England may be in poor form by their standards, but Serbia are fortunate to even be here after escaping the weakest group in qualifying with four wins.

Their goal threat and work rate are well documented but unlike the side of previous tournament cycles, who could frustrate sides, their defensive deficiencies are there for all to see.

 

 

Belgium vs Slovakia (1700 BST Mon)

This group may be one of the most competitive at this year’s tournament and we think it may be full of goals.

Both sides are in good goal-scoring form and played out some classics in qualifying. Belgium beat Austria 3-2, while Slovakia lost 3-2 to Portugal and beat Iceland 4-2.

 

 

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