The oddschecker team have picked out a 11/2 Super Sunday treble covering action from the Euro 2024 qualifiers and League One.
Forest Green v Sheffield Wednesday – Sheffield Wednesday
Two teams at opposite ends of the League One table lock horns at the New Lawn on Sunday as basement club Forest Green Rovers play host to title-hopefuls Sheffield Wednesday.
Forest Green are still searching for their first win in 2023, since the appointment of Everton legend Duncan Ferguson his side has lost seven and drawn two of his nine games in charge. A more alarming stat no team is has scored fewer goals (five) than Rovers since his appointment at the end of January.
Darren Moore’s Sheffield Wednesday's put together an impressive 23-game unbeaten league run, dating back to October, was brought to an end on Tuesday night as they suffered a 4-2 defeat away against fellow promotion hopefuls Barnsley.
This will be seen as a bounce back game for Sheffield Wednesday and we fancy them to bounce back and claim victory against a struggling Forest Green side.
Slovakia vs Bosnia and Herzegovina – Bosnia and Herzegovina
Slovakia will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing goalless draw with Luxembourg when they host Bosnia-Herzegovina in the second round of Euro 2024 qualifiers on Sunday.
Slovakia were not able to beat a lowly Luxembourg side and this will add significant pressure when they face an inform Bosnia side.
Bosnia and Herzegovina put together an impressive 3-0 victory over Iceland last time and have now won three of their last four games across all competitions, with five victories, two draws and a solitary defeat coming in their previous eight outings.
While Slovakia have failed to win any of their last six games, Bosnia-Herzegovina have won three of their previous four, so we expect the Dragons to build on Thursday's triumph over Iceland.
Luxembourg vs Portugal – Portugal win & over 2.5 goals
Portugal will be aiming to make it two wins from two in Euro 2024 qualifying when they travel to Luxembourg on Sunday.
Luxembourg continued improvement under Luc Hotlz in recent years by extending their unbeaten run to six matches in all competitions in Trnava on Thursday when the drew 0-0 with Slovakia.
Although Luxembourg have clearly dramatically improved during Holtz's lengthy spell in charge of his home nation, they are still someway short of being able to consistently challenge against teams of Portugal's calibre.
Martinez's secondary aim from the trip to Luxembourg City may be keeping another clean sheet, and we can envisage a tighter victory than many may expect as a result.