EURO 2024 Qualifier: England vs North Macedonia Prediction, Preview, and Odds (June 19)
- England play their final game of the 2022-23 season at Old Trafford on Monday
- North Macedonia are chasing a second win in qualification
The race to reach the European Championships continues on Monday, as Gareth Southgate’s England will be looking to maintain their perfect start to qualification. The Three Lions have won each of their opening three matches, and they host North Macedonia at Old Trafford on Monday, June 19.
How To Watch
- When: Monday, June 19, 2023, at 2:45 p.m ET
- Where: Old Trafford, Manchester, England
- How To Watch: FOX
European Championship qualification continues on Monday, as England look to maintain their perfect start to Group C. The Three Lions have been in excellent form across their opening three matches, landing victories in all fixtures. They sit six points clear at the top of the current standings, and they have scored eight goals and allowed just one.
England’s dominant start to qualification was maintained last Friday, as they easily secured a 4-0 win on the road against Malta. Trent Alexander-Arnold was a standout player for the Three Lions, as he scored just before the half time break. The Liverpool man was played in an advanced midfield role, and was at the root of everything good that the national side did in Malta
North Macedonia are huge outsiders to reach the EUROs, and they face a huge challenge to finish in one of the top two spots after winning just once across their opening two matches. They come into this fixture having scored four and allowed the same number in their opening two matches.
Macedonia played out a thriller in their previous outing, as they were narrowly denied a hard-earned point against Ukraine. The visitors stole maximum points after they netted the winner with just seven minutes of the 90 remaining. However, Macedonia would have taken huge confidence from the problems that they were able to give their rivals.
England vs North Macedonia Prediction
This is the first clash between the sides since 2006. Interestingly, each of the two matches played in England have ended in draws, but we struggle to see the Three Lions being held at Old Trafford. We will be siding with a wide-margin victory for Southgate’s side on Monday.