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talkSPORT Betting Tips – Best Football Bets and Expert Tips for Wednesday, June 5

With just over a week to go before Euro 2024, the continent’s nations continue to fine-tune their teams in the final preparation matches for the tournament.

Our tips focus on tournament favorites France, who host Luxembourg, while 1992 winners Denmark take on their Scandinavian neighbors Sweden and Slovakia and take on the team the lowest ranked in the world in San Marino.

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The bet of the day

France wins and more than 4.5 goals against Luxembourg @ 49/40

France are one of the favorites to win the Summer European Championships – alongside England and hosts Germany – and their preparations are set to start in winning fashion against a Luxembourg side ranked 87th in the rankings global.

Didier Deschamps’ side top their qualifying group, unbeaten with seven wins from eight matches and boast the second-best attack (29 goals scored) and defense (three goals conceded) of their qualifying performances – beaten in both case by Portugal.

Luxembourg may be small, but it is known for its dynamism in recent years. The Red Lions were unlucky not to qualify for the Euro 2024 play-off finals, while they have also won three of their last four international matches.

Despite their promises, France are expected to prove too strong for them on Wednesday and a goal fest could be in store.

The Blues scored five goals against Chile despite not playing at their best, while they also beat Gibraltar 14 in November so there should be no shortage of goals on this night.

Special of the day

Denmark wins and under 2.5 goals against Sweden @ 31/10

Denmark were far from convincing as they leapfrogged Slovenia into first place in their group thanks to their superior head-to-head record and could claim another victory against local rivals Sweden.

The Danes have lost just one of their last ten matches (a 2-0 defeat to Northern Ireland), but only one of their last five matches saw Denmark win by a margin of more than two goals.

Sweden were even more disappointing throughout qualifying as they finished three points behind second-placed Austria, but they appear to have improved in recent international matches winning two of their last three – edging out both by a goal against Estonia (2-1) and Albania (1-0).

A close encounter is expected, and given that both of these teams have struggled to take down their opponents, a low-scoring affair could be in store.

However, Denmark will want to put themselves in a good position for the next Euro and could thus win the meeting in Copenhagen.

Help of the day

Slovakia wins and both teams score against San Marino @ 33/10

While Slovakia beating a nation whose only victory came in 2004 is hardly surprising, the victory combined with a San Marino goal increases the chances of a long-shot punt.

The Serenissima have lost 12 of their last 13 matches – a 0-0 draw against Saint Kitts and Nevis the only positive result in this series – but their surprise goalscoring exploits have brought much joy to the minnows, with the 207th team ranked by FIFA. scoring in four of their last five.

That includes a 2-1 defeat to Denmark – a nation ranked 189 places above them – and so the minnows might believe they can give their fans something to cheer about once again, even if a second victory still seems far away. beyond them.

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