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Tuesday’s international acca: Portugal beat Ireland, San Marino on the scoresheet

It’s a quiet day on Tuesday with Euro 2024 looming large, yet there’s enough action to pick through to produce another crack at an international acca.

Portugal and Chile continue their preparation for Euro 2024 and Copa America respectively in Tuesday’s acca, while South Africa continue their CAF World Cup Qualifying campaign.

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Tuesday’s international acca

South Africa to win

Portugal -1.5 Asian handicap

Northern Ireland vs Andorra: Under 2.5 goals

San Marino vs Cyprus: Both teams to score

Chile to win


South Africa vs Zimbabwe (1700 BST)

South Africa could have the opportunity to steal pole position with a win against Zimbabwe in the African World Cup Qualifying on Tuesday afternoon.

Bafana Bafana have four points through three matches after claiming a credible 1-1 draw against Nigeria at the weekend.

They’ll want to make the most of home advantage against the winless visitors whom they’ve beaten in each of their competitive home meetings.



Portugal vs Republic of Ireland (1945 BST)

Ireland surprised Hungary with an impressive 2-1 win at the AVIVA Stadium last time out, while Portugal suffered a setback when losing 2-1 to Croatia.

There’s no shame in losing to Zlatko Dalic’s side, who are possibly the dark hose to keep an eye on in Germany, but Roberto Martinez will expect a response.

Portugal’s home friendlies are typically full of goals, the lion's share of which are scored by them, and involve hammering teams of a similar quality to the Irish.



Northern Ireland vs Andorra (1945 BST)

Northern Ireland are most definitely a better team than Andorra, but there are parallels to be drawn between the type of games we see them involved in.

Unless they’re coming up against a top-ranking nation, both teams tend to keep it tight and it’s typical to see one side fail to score in their matches.

Michael O’Neill’s side will be the aggressor here but we’ve seen enough dogged defending from Andorra over the years to suggest they can keep the score down.



San Marino vs Cyprus (1945 BST)

This may seem a slightly rogue shout, but we aren’t asking the hapless hosts to win. Before drawing 0-0 with St. Kitts and Nevis, San Marino scored in three consecutive home matches.

The minnows found the net against Denmark, Finland and St. Kitts, so there’s some life in their latest crop of players.

They even scored an away goal versus Kazakhstan in qualifying and while they remain winless in 141 internationals, they’ll fancy their chances of upsetting Cyprus.



Chile vs Paraguay (0100 BST Weds)

We opposed Paraguay in Peru last week and while they avoided defeat, they failed to score for the sixth time in seven matches.

At least one side has failed to score in five of six meetings and Paraguay have drawn a blank in three of the last four meetings.

Chile are unbeaten in six at home, including a 3-2 win over and 0-0 draw with Paraguay. Under 2.5 goals is a possibility, but we’ll chance a home win at better odds.



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