Football accumulator tips for this weekend [23-24 March 2024]
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Football accumulator tips for this weekend [23-24 March 2024]

Mar 21, 2024

The final international break of the 2023/24 season is upon us, with most major national teams in action in the coming days.

We have previewed five friendlies in our weekend acca, picking out a betting tip for each top-flight game.

A £10 wager on our three-leg acca would pay out £43.33, while the same bet on our five-leg acca offers a potential return of £144.30.

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England vs Brazil: Both teams to score (4/5)

Reports suggest Gareth Southgate is set to experiment with his team selection when England face Brazil on Saturday.

That makes it difficult to predict the outcome of the match, especially as we do not know how seriously Brazil intends to take it.

With the amount of attacking talent available to both sides, though, goals at both ends looks like an attractive choice.

Even if an ankle injury forces Harry Kane to miss out, England still have the likes of Bukayo Saka, Jude Bellingham and Phil Foden to call upon.

Brazil are without long-term absentee Neymar, but they have called up Vinicius Junior, Rodrygo and Raphinha.

Attacks could get the better of defences as England target a statement victory in the run-up to Euro 2024.

Choose both teams to score at 4/5 with bet365

Netherlands vs Scotland: Netherlands to win (4/9)

Scotland are looking forward to this summer’s European Championship after a phenomenal qualifying campaign.

Steve Clarke’s side beat Spain on a famous night at Hampden Park and they were impressively consistent throughout the process.

But Scotland are not a member of the European elite and they could find themselves outclassed by the Netherlands in this game.

The Dutch are potential dark horses to win the tournament in Germany and they will be looking to build up some momentum ahead of the big kick-off.

With home advantage behind them, the Netherlands should prove too strong for Scotland.

Tip Netherlands to come out on top at 4/9 with bet365

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Republic of Ireland vs Belgium: Belgium to score first (4/6)

The Republic of Ireland parted ways with Stephen Kenny in November but they have still not appointed a permanent replacement. 

John O’Shea has been handed the reins on an interim basis and a couple of positive results against Belgium and Switzerland in the coming days would give him an outside shot of being kept on.

Unfortunately for O’Shea, though, Ireland will struggle to get the better of Belgium. 

The golden generation might be no longer, but in Jeremy Doku, Lois Openda and Charles De Ketelaere, the Red Devils have plenty of younger talent at their disposal – as well as the more experienced Romelu Lukaku and Leandro Trossard (Kevin De Bruyne has not been called up).

Belgium’s attacking firepower should allow them to break the deadlock against Ireland.

Tip Belgium to open the scoring at 4/6 with bet365

Spain vs Colombia: Under 2.5 goals (17/20)

Spain will test themselves against two South American sides in this international break, with games scheduled against Colombia and Brazil.

Since winning three tournaments in a row between 2008 and 2012, la Roja have flattered to deceive. They will be desperate to end their trophy drought in Germany this summer.

Colombia are on a 19-game unbeaten run but it is notable that seven of their last 10 games have featured under 2.5 goals.

Despite their abundant possession, Spain at times struggle to break down opposition defences. Goals could be on the low end as a result.

Go for under 2.5 goals in this one at 17/20 with bet365

France vs Germany: France to win (4/5)

France and Germany are among the leading contenders to win Euro 2024, but the former are in a much better state than the latter.

Germany had to sack Hansi Flick last year after a disappointing set of results since the start of the World Cup, with Julian Nagelsmann handed control until after this summer’s tournament.

Didier Deschamps once again has a huge amount of quality to call upon as France attempt to win the Euros for the first time since 2000.

This will be a stern test of Germany’s credentials and France will probably have too much for them. Go for the home team in this one.

Back France to beat Germany at 4/5 with bet365

About the author

Greg Lea

Greg Lea is a freelance football writer from London. He predominantly covers the Premier League and has had work published by the Guardian, FourFourTwo, ESPN and others.

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