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Iceland vs Portugal Predictions

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Portugal -2

Reason for tip

Iceland have won only once in their last 10 games, losing three of their last four matches. Portugal come into this one having won by at least three goals in each of their last four victories, so back them to outclass Iceland on Tuesday.

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Portugal 4-0

Reason for tip

Portugal have averaged over four goals per game in Euro 2024 qualifying and they have won their last three games to nil, so back them to outclass an Iceland side who are in awful form.

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Cristiano Ronaldo To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

Ronaldo is set to make his 200th appearance for Portugal and with 122 goals to his name at international level he should enjoy facing an Iceland side who are expected to be outclassed in this encounter.

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Iceland vs Portugal Predictions

  • Portugal have averaged over four goals-per-game in Euro 2024 qualifying
  • Iceland have won just once in 10 matches
  • Cristiano Ronaldo is in line to make his 200th international appearance

Portugal breezing through qualifying

Portugal sit top of qualifying Group J after winning their opening three matches in convincing fashion against Liechtenstein, Luxembourg and Bosnia and Herzegovina, scoring 13 goals and conceding none.

It has certainly been a perfect start for new head coach Roberto Martinez and he will be confident his side can claim another big win in Reykjavik against an Iceland side that have won just once across their last 10 games.

Each of Portugal’s last four victories have been by at least a three-goal margin and they look a good option in the -2 handicap market.

One-way traffic expected in Reykjavik

Portugal have scored two or more goals in seven of their last nine fixtures, with two of those games ending in 4-0 victories against Nigeria in a friendly and Liechtenstein in this qualifying campaign.

Iceland have kept just two clean sheets across their last 10 games and have conceded at least twice in three of their last four fixtures, an unfortunate run that looks set to continue on Tuesday.

Ronaldo to celebrate landmark appearance with a goal

Cristiano Ronaldo is in line to make his 200th international appearance for Portugal on Tuesday and it would be typical of him if he were to score a goal.

The 38-year-old is the highest overall men’s international goalscorer in history, netting 122 goals for his country to date, and he has already scored four times in this qualifying campaign. Iceland’s defenders should be worried.


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