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EURO 2024 Matchday 2 betting tips & goalscorer predictions

EURO 2024 betting tips and predictions

The 2024 European Championship continues this week in Germany, with the second round of the group stage kicking off on Wednesday night (AEST). Below are our free soccer betting tips and predictions for Matchday 2 of EURO 2024.

Croatia vs Albania

Wednesday, June 19 – 11pm AEST – Imtech Arena

Both defeated in their opening matches, Croatia and Albania must bounce back to avoid an early exit. Although both teams will be pushing for maximum points, it’s hard to envision anything less than a Croatian victory, given the quality and experience on the side.

Croatia to win to nil


Germany vs Hungary

Thursday, June 20 – 2am AEST – MHP Arena

Fresh off a 5-1 victory over Scotland, hosts Germany look all but assured of booking their place in the last 16 with victory over Hungary, who lost to Switzerland in their EURO opener. Although the Germans lost their last meeting with Hungary, expect Julian Nagelsmann’s side to dominate the encounter in front of their home crowd.

Germany to win both halves


Scotland vs Switzerland

Thursday, June 20 – 5am AEST – RheinEnergieStadion

Bottom of Group A after suffering the heaviest defeat of Matchday 1, Scotland have a mountain to climb against Switzerland. Unfortunately for them, the Swiss — who beat Hungary 3-1 in their opener — look destined to book their place in the knockout stages with a second consecutive victory.

Switzerland to win


Slovenia vs Serbia

Thursday, June 20 – 11pm AEST – Allianz Arena

Serbia sit bottom of Group C having lost their opener to England, while Slovenia are third after salvaging a draw against Denmark. Expect this to be a low-scoring affair, as witnessed in three of their last five meetings.

Under 2.5 goals


Denmark vs England

Friday, June 21 – 2am AEST – Commerzbank Arena

Although their win against Serbia was far from convincing, England sit top of Group C thanks to Denmark’s 1-1 draw with Slovenia. A rematch of the EURO 2020 semifinals, where England won, expect the Three Lions to grind out a win against the Danes.

England to win


Spain vs Italy

Friday, June 21 – 5am AEST – Veltins Arena

Both victorious in their EURO 2024 openers, the race to lead Group B is well and truly on as Spain face Italy in the biggest clash of the first stage. Expect plenty of goalmouth action, as both teams have scored in four of their last five meetings.

Both teams to score


Slovakia vs Ukraine

Friday, June 21 – 11pm AEST – ESPRIT Arena

Second in Group E after their unexpected 1-0 win over Belgium, Slovakia line up against a Ukraine side that shockingly lost 3-0 to Romania. Desperate not to make an early exit with a second consecutive loss, Ukraine will look to La Liga Golden Boot winner Artem Dovbyk to get them a much-needed win.

Artem Dovbyk anytime goalscorer


Poland vs Austria

Saturday, June 22 – 2am AEST – Olympiastadion

Winless in their openers, both Poland and Austria have the unwelcome assignment of competing with France and the Netherlands for places in the last 16. These teams last met in 2019 and managed just one goal between them across two matches, so it would be no surprise if this was another low-scoring affair.

Under 2.5 goals


Netherlands vs France

Saturday, June 22 – 5am AEST – Red Bull Arena

With three points secured in their opening matches, tournament favourites France lock horns with the Netherlands as the race to lead Group D intensifies. Although this should be an explosive encounter, Les Bleus — who have won six of their last seven meetings with the Dutch — should carry the day.

France to win


Georgia vs Czech Republic

Saturday, June 22 – 11pm AEST – Imtech Arena

Both defeated in their opening matches, Georgia and Czech Republic face the threat of imminent elimination from Group F. Although these sides have never met in a major tournament, the experienced Czechs should be good enough to secure maximum points against the newcomers.

Czech Republic to win


Turkey vs Portugal

Sunday, June 23 – 2am AEST – Signal Iduna Park

Leading Group F following their 3-1 win over Georgia, Turkey face a formidable challenge against Portugal, who needed a last-gasp winner against Czech Republic. Despite losing their four previous meetings, expect Turkey to give the 2016 champions a run for their money.

Both teams to score


Belgium vs Romania

Sunday, June 23 – 5am AEST – RheinEnergieStadion

Stunned by their 1-0 defeat to Slovakia, Belgium will aim to return to winning ways against Romania, who shockingly thrashed Ukraine 3-0. After he was denied two goals by VAR against Slovakia, online bookmakers are offering great value for Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku in the anytime goalscorer market.

Romelu Lukaku anytime goalscorer


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