Portugal v Slovakia Match Preview & Best Odds

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Portugal are flying high at the summit of their Euro 2024 qualifying group with maximum points taken from their opening six matches and they will be confident of seeing off Slovakia on Friday evening, therefore now is a great time to register with any of our featured UK and Irish bookmaker partners and claim a wide range of generous Portugal free bets as well as other mouthwatering Euro 2024 promotions ahead of this match.


Portugal v Slovakia Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 7.45pm, Friday 13th October 2023


Portugal have enjoyed an excellent Euro 2024 qualifying campaign thus far with maximum points collected in each of their opening six games and no goals conceded along the way. Roberto Martinez’ men will be confident of continuing in a similar vein when Slovakia visit on Friday evening.

Portugal haven’t missed a beat in their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign so far and they remain very much in control of Group J with six wins from six and a goal difference of 24. Five points separate them from second-placed Slovakia against whom they do battle on Friday evening and victory in this match would guarantee Portugal a place in Euro 2024 with three matches to spare.

Roberto Martinez’ side head into this game having thumped Luxembourg to the tune of 9-0 in their last qualifier and the home side have been unbeaten since the 1-0 defeat to Morocco in the 2022 World Cup quarter-finals. Portugal have never before lost to Slovakia with wins in all-but-one of the last five games between the sides and the evidence very much points towards a home victory on Friday evening.

Slovakia are sitting relatively comfortably in second position in Group J with thirteen points to their name, courtesy of their four wins, one draw and single defeat. They have only conceded two goals during this time and will be confident of making it through to their third successive European Championships. Francesco Calzona’s men made it through to the last sixteen of the 2016 Euros but failed to make it past the group stages of the competition four years later.

The Slovaks are capable of causing something of an upset here and taking the three points but the home side are very much on a roll right now and we envisage them making it a perfect seven on Friday evening with a comfortable victory on home soil.


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