Euro 2024 Daily Accumulator: 24/06/2024

There promises to be an intriguing conclusion to Group B of Euro 2024, with the final two matches interesting for very different reasons.

Spain are certain of qualification for the knockout rounds of the competition and La Roja boss Luis de la Fuente looks pretty certain to make sweeping changes to his side when they take on Albania in Dusseldorf.

That will be music to the ears of the Red and Blacks, who still have a chance of springing a surprise and making the last-16.

Elsewhere, Italy need to win to be assured of climbing out of the group, while Croatia must win if they are to progress in the tournament.

We have a selection in each of Monday’s games to make up a double, which pays out at around 23/5.

Albania v Spain - Both teams to score @ 10/11

Spain have been mighty impressive in two comfortable successes over Croatia and Italy and La Roja looked set to be booked for top spot in Group B.

Clearly, De la Fuente’s men are a far stronger outfit than Albania and even a likely second-string Spain side is arguably better than any eleven that the Red and Blacks can field.

However, there is no replacement for motivation and if Spain are slightly off their game in Dusseldorf, a spirited and committed Albania may be able to find the net.

The Red and Blacks got on the scoresheet in a 2-1 defeat to Italy in their Euro 2024 opener, before Sylvinho’s men scored twice and fired 15 shots on goal against Croatia. There is enough attacking intent to suggest that Albania could have some joy against a changed Spain backline.

It’s 10/11 that both sides find the net in Dusseldorf and considering Albania’s performances so far, that price looks tempting.

Croatia to beat Italy @ 39/20

Croatia and Italy clash in what could be a straight shootout for a place in the last-16 and, at 39/20, Zlatko Dalic’s men could give the defending champions some major problems.

Taking a sample size of one match is a dangerous game, but international tournament matches are few and far between and Croatia’s contest with Spain threw up some interesting numbers.

Dalic’s side were beaten 3-0 by La Roja, but they outperformed Spain on the figures - putting up an expected goals tally of 2.38.

Italy only went down 1-0 to Luis de la Fuente’s men, but the Azzurri managed just one shot on target in that defeat and an xG of 0.16 was one of the lowest figures put up by any team in the tournament so far.

Clearly, there is a different dynamic in Leipzig, with Croatia having to win and Italy only needing a point, but the glory days of the Azzurri defence keeping clean sheet after clean sheet are over and Dalic’s men are capable of claiming the three points.

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