Tuesday's Euro 2016 Qualifiers: Games Worth Betting On

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As the latest round of Euro 2016 qualifiers draws to a close, we've got some more games that you really ought to consider betting on. Take a look and see the value we've found in a series of bets.

Slovakia vs. Ukraine

With Spain, Slovakia and Ukraine dominating this group, this is an intriguing three-way battle between three sides who can all qualify. Spain would have been expected to dominate, but as with almost all other qualifying groups, we've instead found that the chasing pack has caught up with European football's traditional giants.

Slovakia comes into this game off the back of a 2-0 defeat to Spain, a revenge of sorts for Slovakia's shock win over Vicente del Bosque's team earlier in the tournament. Jan Kozak's team must regain momentum if it is to prevent Ukraine, only three points behind and having beaten bordering Belarus most recently, from squeezing into one of the two automatic qualifying positions.

Top Bet: 11/5 with Betfair for a draw

Sweden vs. Austria

Incredibly, Austria finds itself needing only a further three points to guarantee qualification to Euro 2016, in spite of having on paper an inferior squad to both Sweden, its opponents tonight, and third-placed Russia. Sweden needs to win to keep its hopes of automatic qualification alive after losing to Russia last week.

Sweden will be on guard against an Austria team that has taken five wins in a row on the road. Sweden, needing a win as badly as Austria, will not set up to defend, potentially giving attackers such as Stoke City's Marko Arnautovic the time and space to make magic happen. At the other end, although he came off at half-time in the game against Russia, it will be all about Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Top Bet: 57/17 with Unibet for Marc Janko of Austria to score

Macedonia vs. Spain

Del Bosque takes his storied superstars to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia knowing there is only likely to be one result, but that such is the state of play in the group that Spain needs to win heavily in order to reinforce its position at the top of the table. A goal difference of +14 should see Spain through, but as there are three teams who can qualify from two places, a future slip would make statistics much more important.

The fun in this game is in betting on the winning margin and scorers. Spain has not had it easy on its travels in Euro 2016 qualifying, having lost 2-0 to the Netherlands in Amsterdam in a friendly, before only beating Belarus 1-0 in Minsk. This game could be similarly tight, especially in the cauldron of Skopje.

Top Bet: 11/4 with Ladbrokes for Spain to win by two goals

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