Euro 2024 qualifiers: Thursday night’s 11/1 goalscorer treble

As international football resumes for the first time since the World Cup in Qatar, the opening round of qualifiers for Euro 2024 begin on Thursday night.

With the competition just under 15 months away in Germany, punters will no doubt be on the goals trail.

We’ve picked three goalscorers to find the net on opening night to build the perfect treble.


Goncalo Ramos

Two of our picks come from Group J.

First, we look to Lisbon as Portugal entertain Liechtenstein and Goncalo Ramos looks a good bet to score.

For the hosts, a potential goal fest could be on the menu as they face a side who have conceded at least twice in all of their last five games.


Beaten also 9-0 by Germany in November 2021, new boss Roberto Martinez will be looking to make an opening qualifiers statement.

Admittedly at a very short price, Ramos looks primed to net with Cristiano Ronaldo still in tow.

Lighting up the World Cup with a hat-trick against Switzerland, the Benfica striker has four in his last four league game also and Ramos looks set to be in the goals again.


Vincenzo Grifo

Needing some value to boost the treble, we next look to Vincenzo Grifo.

As Roberto Mancini looks to inject fresh blood into his Italian set-up, Tigre prospect Mateo Retegui could make his international debut.

However, the SC Freiburg man is our pick.

With Italy meeting England for the third time in less than a year, the Azzurri winger is blossoming under the tutelage of Christian Streich in Germany.


Despite being taken down by Juventus in the Europa League, the Bundesliga side are on course for a Champions League spot, driven by Grifo.

Sitting joint-second in the Bundesliga scoring charts alongside Christopher Nkunku and Marcus Thuram, the Italian forward has become a penalty king also.

Already having scored four for his country, Grifo has two braces, most recently back in November away to Albania.


Edin Dzeko

Our third and final selection and our second pick from Group J focuses on Bosnia and Herzegovina and their still firing skipper, Edin Dzeko.

Though he may not be in the best scoring form for Inter, Dzeko is remains the likeliest candidate to find the net for his country.


As Bosnia welcome Iceland to Zenica, Dzeko is set for a remarkable 127th cap on Thursday and has scored in over half of his last seven appearances.

Netting in Bucharest in their final Nations League qualifiers game against Romania, Dzeko also grabbed a brace here at Bilino polje when last they played a home game.


A goalscorer treble of Ramos, Grifo and Dzeko to score is 11/1 with Betfred.


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