Weekly Accumulator of the Euro 2016 Qualifiers

For the latest weekly accumulator, we have selected games from the Euro 2016 Qualifiers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday that could see you winning a whopping £412 off a £5 bet!


Euro 2016 Qualifiers
Spain v Luxembourg

Six wins on the bounce in Group C sees Spain as big favourites to see past Luxembourg this week. The visitors have lost five of their last six, and have scored just four goals in eight in total. With Spain boasting the best defensive record in the group, they’re being backed for a comfortable home win without conceding.

Home Win to Nil @ 2/9 (1.22)

England v Estonia

England have a 100% record to maintain ahead of their clash against Estonia, with the Three Lions having scored more goals than the rest of the pack, while conceding the least amount too. Estonia have only managed a goal every other game in Group E, dropping points in four of their last six qualifiers, so Friday’s meeting should be a home banker and a clean sheet.

Home Win to Nil @ 4/7 (1.57)

Switzerland v San Marino

Switzerland are big favourites to see past minnows San Marino, with the home side having won five of their last six in the qualifiers. Their opponents are bottom of the table, picking up only one point for their troubles, while having scored just one goal too. As a result, the Swiss outfit should earn a comfortable win without conceding on Friday night.

Home Win to Nil @ 1/5 (1.20)

Liechtenstein v Sweden

Sweden are hoping to get back to winning ways to salvage their qualifying campaign, and a trip to face minnows Liechtenstein could see them coming out on top. With the hosts having failed to win their last four group games, scoring just twice, Sweden should come away with an easy win to nil.

Away Win to Nil @ 4/9 (1.44)


Euro 2016 Qualifiers
Andorra v Belgium

Belgium are big favourites to pick up all three points away to Andorra this weekend, with the Red Devils coming off the back of four wins from five in Group B. With the home side having lost all eight games in the qualifiers, while scoring just three goals, Belgium should earn a comfortable win without conceding.

Away Win to Nil @ 3/10 (1.30)

Azerbaijan v Italy

Italy are in great shape in Group H ahead of their trip to face Azerbaijan on Saturday. The Azzurri are unbeaten and top of the table after eight games, and are coming off the back of consecutive wins in the group. As for their struggling opposition, Azerbaijan have failed to win their last three games, and lost to Italy in their earlier meeting. This should be an away banker.

Away Win @ 2/7 (1.29)

Iceland v Latvia

Iceland should have problems beating winless Latvia in Group A of the qualifiers this weekend, with the home side coming off the back of three wins and a draw from their last four games. The visitors are waiting for their first win in the group, but they could well come unstuck travelling to a ground that Iceland have been unbeaten on this campaign. Home win on the cards as a result.

Home Win @ 2/5 (1.40)

Norway v Malta

Norway are hopeful of coming away with a comfortable victory over minnows Malta, with the second-placed hosts having won back-to-back in the qualifiers. Malta are bottom of the group, without a win so far, and have scored just three goals in eight games. As a result, Norway should come out on top without conceding on Saturday.

Home Win to Nil @ 8/15 (1.53)


Euro 2016 Qualifiers
Germany v Georgia

Germany are big favourites for victory against Georgia when the two sides lock horns this weekend. The Eagles have won three and drawn one from their last four home games, and are in great shape to comfortably dispatch of a Georgia side who have lost three of four away games. And with goals being hard to come by for the visitors, Sunday’s outing could be a home win to nil.

Home Win to Nil @ 1/3 (1.33)

Poland v Rep of Ireland

Poland will be hoping to come out on top against the Republic of Ireland on Sunday with a fantastic home record of 10 points from a possible 12 in their own backyard. The visitors have dropped points in two of their last three away games, and were held to a draw in their first meeting against the Poles. This meeting should see a home win, however.

Home Win @ 10/11 (1.90)

Gibraltar v Scotland

Gibraltar could come unstuck against Scotland when the two sides lock horns in the qualifiers, with the home side having endured a run of eight consecutive defeats in Group D. Scotland’s form hasn’t been up to par lately, but the gulf in class should see them coming out on top. And the lack of goals scored by Gibraltar should see Gordon Strachan’s men coming away with a clean sheet for their troubles too.

Away Win to Nil @ 2/9 (1.22)

Armenia v Albania

Albania could well earn an impressive away win in the qualifiers against Armenia given their superior form. The visitors are unbeaten on the road, picking up seven points from a possible nine, while a struggling Armenia are winless in their own backyard. As a result, this weekend’s outing should be a comfortable away win.

Away Win @ 5/4 (2.25)