We have made a Euro 2024 both teams to score prediction based off the rest of this week's Euro 2024 qualifying matches.
With only a few games left in each qualifying group to play out, there are some with a lot riding on them in terms of qualification, and so we can expect plenty of goals as teams desperately try to book their plane tickets to Germany.
Euro 2024 both teams to score prediction – games in focus
Georgia v Scotland – Kvaradona to deny Scots top spot?
Scotland have already qualified for Euro 2024, but are yet to seal top spot in the group. They are currently level on points with Spain (15), but sit second based on their inferior H2H record.
They face a potentially tricky trip to Georgia, who thrashed Cyprus 4-0 in their last qualifying match in October. Talisman Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, nicknamed ‘Kvaradona' in Naples after Napoli legend Diego Maradona, scored and assisted in that game, and is capable against any opponent – despite missing a 94th-minute penalty kick in the reverse fixture at Hampden Park.
Valencia goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili is also not the easiest to beat, so Scotland will have to be at their best, although they have come out of tough tests before, notably beating Spain 2-0 in March.
Manchester United's Scott McTominay netted a brace in that fixture, and he has scored six goals in total from midfield in qualifying, so both teams to score at 16/19 is no surprise.
Denmark v Slovenia – Ferocious firepower in top-two clash
Euro 2o2o semi-finalists Denmark have not romped through Group H as expected, and currently trail Slovenia in second place via an inferior H2H record.
The Slovenians have matched them for goals (17), with RB Leipzig talent Benjamin Sesko netting four times in qualifying so far, while the more experienced head of Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak in goal means that they have conceded one fewer (six) than the Danes.
For Denmark, Manchester United striker Rasmus Hojlund boasts seven goals in qualifying, only behind Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo (nine) in the ranks. In turn, it could well be the battle of Sesko v Hojlund here to see who comes out on top, with both teams desperately wanting to secure qualification at the top of the table.
Nonetheless, we can expect plenty of goals in this one, so both teams to score at 6/5 looks a safe pick.
Poland v Czech Republic – Lewandowski to lift Polish spirits?
Poland are in real danger of failing to qualify for the Euros, sitting one point behind second-placed Czech Republic, while also having played a game more.
Much reliance is on captain and talisman Robert Lewandowski, who has scored three of their nine goals in Group E so far, but that may not be enough.
As for the Czechs, they boast a younger frontline, which includes Bayer Leverkusen's talented Adam Hlozek and Wolfsburg's Vaclav Cerny, the latter of whom has netted three times in qualifying.
Poland simply must win, and at home, Lewandowski could make the difference, although the Czech Republic's threat makes both teams to score at 10/11 a wise punt on paper.