Sports betting and odds for the quarter-finals

Sports betting and odds for the quarter-finals
Sports betting and odds for the quarter-finals

July 4, 2024 at 3:15 p.m. by Partner Article

The closer the outcome gets, the more the pressure intensifies at the Euro. And the favourites are now explaining themselves among themselves.

There are only eight left for a single coronation. But all the favorites are there for the meeting. All of them? Almost. None other than the defending country is missing, and will remain so for a few more days, until the 14th of this month of July and the scheduled grand finale.

Italy fell (from a great height) against Switzerland and it was not for want of having deserved it, so much the Nati was superior to them. England was not far from it, pushed into its entrenchments until extra time, by a Czech Republic very poorly rewarded. Jude Bellingham’s partners nevertheless remain, odds favorites for final victory.

And the French team in all this? The Blues have also suffered. But they too are qualified and they are preparing to meet Portugal who cruelly beat them eight years ago, in the Euro final at home. The opportunity is given to Grie

Spain – Germany, Friday at 6 p.m.

It could be a final before its time, it is almost a shame that this clash falls so early in the competition, at the quarter-final stage. Because this Spain – Germany opposes none other than the Roja, the most attractive team of this Euro 2024 to the Mannschaft, host of the tournament and solid, thanks to the support of its public. To say that the clash is undecided is an understatement, on VBET the odds are ultra-tight. Judge for yourself: to the question “Which team will qualify?”, the odds for Spain are 1.82 and those for Germany are 1.84. So it is La Roja who have the slight advantage in the predictions, they come out the winner in the initial 90 minutes at 2.61, the German success is worth 2.87 and the draw is further away at 3.05. Further away, but nevertheless the first evidence to the question of the most anticipated exact result: the 1-1 pays 4.5 times the stake.

Our prediction:
Draw

Portugal – France, Friday at 9 p.m.

Already the seventh match in the 21st century between the French team and that of Portugal and the advantage is to the Blues, winners three times, for two draws and one defeat. Only one defeat, but one that counts more than all the other results since it was conceded by Didier Deschamps and his men, in 2016, in the Euro final in Paris. The French struggled to eliminate Belgium in the round of 16, but still less than Cristiano Ronaldo and his partners, pushed to penalties by Slovenia. At this advanced stage of the tournament, the physical freshness of the teams can count. The Blues are odds favorites on VBET. When asked whether they will qualify, their odds are 1.56 and those of the Seleçao 2.07. France is given the win at 2.36, a draw at 2.94 and the Portuguese win at 3.37.

Our prediction:
Victory of France

England – Switzerland, Saturday at 6 p.m.

Appearances can sometimes be deceptive. While Switzerland dominated Italy head and shoulders (2-0), no less than the defending nation at the Euro football championship, and that following England suffered a thousand misfortunes to dismiss Slovakia in extra time (2-1), thanks to the talent of its playmaker Jude Bellingham, the balance of power between the Nati and the Three Lions is in favor of Gareth Bale’s men on paper. On VBET, England will qualifyit is rated at 1.43 against 2.23 for Switzerland, who go through to the semi-finals. Harry Kane’s partners still enjoy a high level of legitimacy, even if they fail to convince on the green rectangle. England’s victory is rated at 2.18, Switzerland’s at 3.77 when the draw is between the two, at 2.97.

Our prediction:
Draw

Netherlands – Türkiye, Saturday at 9 p.m.

Perhaps the least expected match at this level. And certainly the most unbalanced on paper. At least in terms of odds. Because the Netherlands are the clear favourites. Their victory is at odds of 1.6, that of Turkey at 5.5 and a draw at 3.99. on the VBET sports betting site. Historically, however, the balance of power between the two countries is fairly balanced; this match will be the fifteenth, out of the previous 14, the Dutch have won six, against four for the Turks and four draws.

Our prediction:
Victory of the Netherlands

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