March 2024 international games odds: Our handicap betting acca

The first international break of 2024 is here and we’re back to explore some niche markets and take a look at the games going down this weekend, as some Euro 2024 qualifiers conclude, as the likes of England and Brazil battle one another.

Richarlison always steps up for his country – Photo by Icon Sport

International Friendlies handicaps prediction – games in focus

England vs Brazil (England -1) – two giants set to bring goals to Wembley

England remain one of the favorites to claim the Euro 2024 title after a brutal penalty shootout loss to Italy three years ago. It's tough to say the team has got better after a woeful Nations League saw it relegated to League B by failing to win a single game. It does, however, now come into the tournament with Harry Kane arguably the world's best striker and Jude Bellingham perhaps the best midfield around right now.

This game is also at Wembley, a place where England have scored in every game stretching back over two years, besides a 0-0 draw with Scotland, and the Three Lions' last home games have seen them smash North Macedonia 7-0 and Italy 3-1. This is, however, Brazil, and keeping a clean sheet against them is always going to be tough.

Brazil did lose to Argentina last time out and has now lost three times already in their World Cup qualifiers for 2026, which is no doubt alarming, and England to win against a -1.0 handicap is at 3/1 (4.0).

Jude Bellingham likes a big occasion – Photo by Icon Sport

Ireland vs Belgium (Belgium -2.0) – Belgium could run riot in Dublin

Although not the force they once were with the likes of Eden Hazard and Vincent Kompany retiring, Belgium still remain a threat to any team standing in their way. They also come into this game with Kevin De Bruyne continuing to excel with Manchester City, just as Romelu Lukaku netted to most goals in the Euro 2024 qualifiers with 13 in total following on from his four-goal haul against Azerbaijan where the Red Devils won 5-0.

The Republic of Ireland continue to struggle at the same time, after finishing third in their Nations League outing, they once again failed to qualify for a major tournament by finishing fourth in Group B of their Euro 2024 qualifiers. The nation managed to lose to every team besides Gibraltar, while they only managed to get wins over Gibraltar in the eight games.

Odds for Belgium to win against a -2.0 handicap come in at 9/1 (10).

Denmark vs Switzerland (Denmark -1.0)-  a close game expected at Parken

Denmark and Switzerland are relatively closely matched, but the odds to win this one go in favour of the Danes on home soil. Denmark had a great qualifying campaign, but it became a bit topsy-turvy in the end after finishing ahead of Slovenia in first only on the head-to-head record. They managed to win seven games and lose twice, but one of those losses wasnto fifth-placed Northern Ireland in Group H, while they even let in a goal against San Marino in an unexpected narrow 2-1 win.

As for Switzerland, they too are at another major tournament after finishing second in their Euro 2024 qualifiers group, but managed to secure only four wins from the 10 games played. They still managed to outscore even in Group I, netting 22 times and losing just one game. You can now get odds of 10/3 for Denmark to win against a -1.0 handicap.

This accumulator totals 172/1 from three handicap bets.


Grant is a British sports writer based in America and was previously content head for Footy Accumulators. He has been covering football, boxing and MMA since leaving university in 2019 with a degree in Multimedia Sports Journalism.