Predictions 14 – 18.06.2024

Germany vs Scotland | Euro 2024 (14/06/2024, 20:00)

The eyes of the football world are on Munich this Friday night, as the 2024 UEFA European Championships finally get underway. Host nation Germany will face off against Scotland at the Allianz Arena, marking the start of what promises to be an exhilarating tournament. Germany, considered one of the favorites to win it all, seems to have found their stride under manager Julian Nagelsmann, boasting a four-match unbeaten streak. However, with three consecutive disappointing tournament runs, German fans might be a bit on edge as they await the opening whistle.

Germany’s rich history in the European Championships is a source of confidence for the team and its supporters. With three tournament victories, they stand shoulder to shoulder with Spain. No other nation comes close to their impressive tally of 27 wins in Euros matches. They’ve made it to the semi-finals in three of the last four tournaments, and history favors the host nation, which has won its opening game in the last two Euros finals.

Scotland isn’t just here to make up the numbers. Steve Clarke’s squad secured their spot in the finals with an impressive run, winning their first five qualifiers, including a notable 2-0 victory over Spain. However, their form has dipped since then, with only one win in their last nine matches.

As the match draws near, both teams are facing their own sets of pressures and expectations. For Germany, it’s about living up to their storied past and breaking a cycle of recent underperformance. For Scotland, it’s about rewriting their own history and proving they can compete on the big stage. The Allianz Arena will be electric with anticipation as these two teams kick off the 2024 UEFA European Championships.


Form Guide

Germany LLWWDW

Germany is riding high after their 2-1 victory in a recent international friendly against Greece. In that match, Kai Havertz found the net at the 56th minute, followed by a late winner from Pascal Groß in the 89th minute. Greece’s Giorgos Masouras had given his team a brief lead with a goal in the 33rd minute, but it wasn’t enough to stop Germany’s determined comeback.

Under Julian Nagelsmann, Germany has managed to score eight goals in their last six outings. This offensive prowess is a positive sign as they head into the UEFA European Championships. However, there’s room for improvement on the defensive end, as they have conceded seven goals in the same period.


Scotland DDLLWD

In their most recent outing, Scotland managed a 2-2 draw against Finland in an international friendly. Lawrence Shankland was the sole scorer for Scotland, finding the net in the 58th minute. Finland’s goals came from an own goal by Arttu Hoskonen in the 54th minute, followed by strikes from Benjamin Källman in the 72nd and Oliver Antman in the 85th minute.

The stats paint a troubling picture for Scotland’s defense. They have conceded goals in five of their last six matches, with opponents scoring a total of 12 goals. This defensive frailty has been a significant concern for manager Steve Clarke.


Germany vs Scotland Predicted XI

Germany Predicted XI: Neuer, Kimmich, Tah, Rudiger, Mittelstadt, Kroos, Andrich, Musiala, Gundogan, Wirtz, Havertz

Scotland Predicted XI: Gunn, Ralston, Hendry, McKenna, Tierney, Robertson, McTominay, Gilmour, McGregor, McGinn, Adams



As the UEFA European Championships kick off, Scotland will need to bring their A-game to find the net against a formidable German team. Germany, with their recent form and historical prowess, looks set to dominate this matchup.

Germany’s recent victories and solid performance under Julian Nagelsmann suggest they are in prime condition to control the game. With players like Kai Havertz and Pascal Groß showing their scoring abilities, the German side is expected to put significant pressure on Scotland’s defense, which has shown vulnerabilities in recent matches.

Scotland, despite their spirited efforts and moments of brilliance, such as Lawrence Shankland’s recent goal, will face a tough challenge. Their defensive struggles, highlighted by conceding 12 goals in their last six matches, could be their downfall against a clinical German attack.

Given the current form and strength of both teams, it looks like Germany will secure a commanding victory. When the final whistle blows, we predict a 3-0 win for Germany, marking a strong start for the hosts in the tournament.

Hungary vs Switzerland | Euro 2024 (15/06/2024, 14:00)

Hungary and Switzerland are poised to challenge Germany for the top spots in Group A of Euro 2024. The outcome of their opening clash could significantly influence their path to the round of 16.

Hungary, under coach Marco Rossi, returns to Euro 2024 aiming to improve on their disappointing Euro 2020 performance. Despite finishing last in Group F then, their current campaign shows promise. They cruised through qualifying undefeated and maintained a 14-game unbeaten streak in all competitions until a recent defeat to the Republic of Ireland.

Switzerland, managed by Murat Yakin for the first time in a Euros, secured qualification as Group I runners-up. Their journey included a quarter-final finish in Euro 2020, where they demonstrated resilience despite winning only one match in regular time out of five.

As Hungary and Switzerland kick off their Euro 2024 campaigns, their clash not only signifies a battle for group dominance but also sets the tone for their tournament ambitions. Both teams bolstered by recent successes and motivated to perform better than in previous Euros, aim to start strong and secure a pathway to the knockout stages.


Form Guide

Hungary DWWWLW

Hungary is riding high on confidence after a solid 3-0 victory against Israel in their recent international friendly. The goals came from Roland Sallai, who struck early in the 11th minute, and Barnabás Varga, who added two quick goals in the 19th and 22nd minutes.

Hungary’s offense has been on fire, with the team managing to score in each of their last six matches. Over this period, they’ve amassed an impressive total of 12 goals while conceding only 5. This consistent goal-scoring ability is a promising sign as they look forward to their next challenges.

This recent string of positive results showcases Hungary’s potential to make a significant impact in the upcoming UEFA European Championships. Their ability to find the back of the net regularly will be crucial as they face tougher competition.

While Hungary’s offensive stats are impressive, their defense has also held up relatively well, conceding just 5 goals in the last six outings. This balance between attack and defense will be vital for their success in the tournament.

As Hungary prepares for their next match, the team will be keen to maintain their winning momentum. With their current form, they are well-positioned to be a competitive force in Euro 2024. Fans will be eagerly watching to see if they can continue their goal-scoring streak and secure more victories.


Switzerland DLDWWD

Switzerland recently played out a 1-1 draw in an international friendly against Austria. Silvan Widmer scored for Switzerland in the 26th minute, equalizing after Christoph Baumgartner’s early goal for Austria in the 5th minute.

The trend in Switzerland’s recent matches has been a scarcity of goals. In five of their last six games, both they and their opponents have found the back of the net infrequently. The

As Switzerland prepares for the tournament, they’ll aim to maintain their defensive solidity while looking for ways to increase their attacking output. Silvan Widmer’s recent goal is a positive sign, but more contributions will be needed from the entire squad to make a significant impact on the European stage.

Switzerland’s blend of defensive resilience and strategic play will be crucial as they face tougher opponents in the Euros. Fans will be hoping for a bit more attacking flair to complement their backline, setting the stage for potentially exciting and tightly contested matches.


Hungary vs Switzerland Predicted XI

Hungary Predicted XI: Gulacsi; Lang, Orban, Szalai; Nego, A. Nagy, Styles, Kerkez; Sallai, Szoboszlai; Varga

Switzerland Predicted XI: Sommer; Schar, Akanji, Rodriguez; Widmer, Freuler, Xhaka, Ndoye; Shaqiri, Vargas; Embolo     



As Hungary prepares to take on Switzerland in the UEFA European Championships, there’s anticipation for a closely contested match. We anticipate that Hungary might struggle to break through Switzerland’s defense, while Switzerland is likely to find the back of the net at least once.

Given Switzerland’s defensive resilience and Hungary’s recent struggles to score consistently, Hungary could face difficulties in registering a goal. The Swiss backline will be tough for Hungary’s attacking line.

With Switzerland expected to have the upper hand in terms of scoring opportunities, they might just manage to secure a narrow victory. Their ability to capitalize on even a single goal-scoring chance could prove decisive in this match.

Our prediction for the Hungary vs. Switzerland matchup is a closely fought battle, with Switzerland holding a slight advantage. When the full-time whistle blows, we anticipate a tight scoreline of 0-1 in favor of Switzerland. This result would reflect the competitive nature of the game and the defensive strength of both teams.

Spain vs Croatia | Euro 2024 (15/06/2024, 17:00)

The opening match of Group B promises to be a thriller! Former champions Spain take on Croatia, a team known for exceeding expectations in major tournaments.

Spain goes into the clash as favorites. They dominated their qualifying group, winning seven out of eight games (one loss) and conceding only five goals. Their form continued with convincing friendly wins against Andorra and Northern Ireland (5 goals each).

Croatia’s path to the Euros was less smooth. They finished second to Turkey in their qualifying group, but momentum seems to be shifting. They won all four friendlies leading up to the tournament, including an impressive 2-1 victory over Portugal.

This might be the last major tournament for some of Croatia’s experienced players, so they’ll be eager to deliver. Having qualified from their last four major tournament groups, including reaching the World Cup finals and third place in the last two editions, Croatia represents a serious threat to escape what’s dubbed the “group of death” this year, which also includes Italy and Albania.


Form Guide


Spain is riding high on confidence following their impressive 5-1 victory over Northern Ireland in a recent international friendly. The goals came from Pedri, who found the net twice in the 12th and 29th minutes, Álvaro Morata in the 18th minute, Fabián Ruiz in the 35th minute, and Mikel Oyarzabal in the 60th minute. Daniel Ballard scored the lone goal for Northern Ireland in the 2nd minute.

Spain’s recent offensive display highlights their strength in front of goal. With a total of 19 goals scored in their last six matches. Their ability to consistently find the back of the net is a testament to the talent and cohesion of their attacking lineup.

While Spain’s attack has been prolific, they have also maintained a solid defensive record, conceding just 7 goals in the same period.

With their recent victory over Northern Ireland, Spain will be looking to carry this momentum forward as they prepare for tougher challenges ahead. The team’s blend of experience and youth, combined with their strong form, positions them as contenders in the tournament.

As Spain gears up for their next match, they will be aiming to replicate their attacking prowess while remaining vigilant at the back. If they can maintain their offensive momentum and defensive solidity, they will be a formidable opponent for any team in the Euros.


Croatia WWDWWW

Croatia enters their upcoming match with confidence after securing a hard-fought 2-1 victory against Portugal in their latest international friendly. Luka Modrić opened the scoring for Croatia in the 8th minute, followed by a goal from Ante Budimir in the 56th minute. Diogo Jota managed to pull one back for Portugal in the 48th minute.

Despite their defensive focus, Croatia has also been effective in attack, scoring a total of 12 goals in their last six outings.

The victory over Portugal has provided Croatia with momentum as they prepare for their upcoming challenges. The team’s ability to both score goals and keep opponents at bay makes them a formidable opponent for any team in the tournament.

As Croatia looks ahead to their next match, they will aim to build on their recent defensive performances while continuing to pose a threat in attack. With their current form and confidence, they have the potential to make a significant impact in the Euros and challenge some of the tournament’s strongest teams.


Spain vs Croatia Predicted XI

Spain Predicted XI: Simon; Carvajal, Le Normand, Laporte, Grimaldo; Pedri, Rodri, Fabian Ruiz; Yamal, Morata, Williams

Croatia Predicted XI: Livakovic; Stanisic, Sutalo, Pongracic, Gvardiol; Modric, Brozovic, Kovacic; Majer, Budimir, Kramaric



As Spain prepares to face Croatia in the UEFA European Championships, anticipation is high for a closely contested match. We believe that Croatia may struggle to break through Spain’s formidable defense, while Spain is likely to find the back of the net and take the lead.

We anticipate a closely fought battle between Spain and Croatia, with both teams giving their all on the pitch. However, we predict that Spain will manage to find a breakthrough and secure a narrow victory. Our prediction for the final scoreline is 1-0 in favor of Spain after 90 minutes of play.

Italy vs Albania | Euro 2024 (15/06/2024, 20:00)

Euro 2024 kicks off for Italy at Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund. In a challenging Group B, grabbing a win against Albania is crucial for the defending champions to extend their streak of reaching the knockout stages in major European tournaments to five.

Italy boasts a strong record in opening Euro matches, having won the last two with clean sheets (3-0 vs Turkey, 2-0 vs Belgium). Despite losing key defenders Acerbi and Scalvini to injury, coach Spalletti has maintained defensive solidity with back-to-back clean sheets in friendlies. Building on their Euro record of conceding just one goal in the last six group stages (five wins, one loss), Italy aims for another shutout.

Albania, participating in their second major tournament, topped their qualifying group. After a surprise third place in 2016 (including a win over Romania), they arrive in good form, winning their last two friendlies with three goals each.

This could be a tactical battle. Albania conceded only four goals in qualifying and rarely concedes multiple goals (only twice in 15 games).This opener will be a tough test for the underdogs.


Form Guide


Italy is aiming to continue their winning streak following a 1-0 victory over Bosnia in their latest international friendly. Davide Frattesi was the lone scorer for Italy, finding the net in the 38th minute.

Italy’s recent performances have highlighted their defensive solidity. Over their last six matches, they have conceded a mere three goals.

With their defensive strategy proving effective, Italy has been able to control matches and limit their opponents’ scoring opportunities.

As Italy prepares for their upcoming challenges, they will aim to build on their defensive strengths while also seeking to improve their attacking play. With a balanced approach and a solid defensive foundation, Italy is well-positioned to achieve success in the UEFA European Championships and beyond.


Albania DDLLWW

Albania enters their upcoming match with confidence after securing a convincing 3-1 victory over Azerbaijan in their previous international friendly. The goals came from Nedim Bajrami in the 11th minute, Rey Manaj in the 81st minute, and Qazim Laçi in the 87th minute.

Under the guidance of coach Sylvinho Mendes Campos, Albania’s attacking efforts have been fruitful, with the team finding the goal seven times in their last six matches. This demonstrates their ability to create scoring opportunities and capitalize on them effectively.

While Albania has been productive in attack, they have also maintained a solid defensive record, conceding only six goals in the same period. This balance between attacking prowess and defensive resilience bodes well for their prospects in future matches.

As Albania looks ahead to their next match, they will aim to continue their positive momentum and build on their recent performances. With a well-rounded squad and a blend of attacking flair and defensive solidity, Albania is poised to make an impact in their upcoming fixtures.


Italy vs Albania Predicted XI

Italy Predicted XI: Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Buongiorno, Bastoni, Cambiaso, Cristante, Jorginho, Dimarco, Frattesi, Chiesa, Scamacca

Albania Predicted XI: Berisha; Hysaj, Ajeti, Djimsiti, Mitaj, Asllani, Ramadani, Bajrami, Asani, Broja, Seferi  



We anticipate a competitive match where both Italy and Albania are likely to find the back of the net.

While it’s challenging to predict a clear winner, our expectation is a closely contested game that could conclude with both teams scoring. Therefore, our prediction is a score draw at the end of the match.

Poland vs Netherlands | Euro 2024 (16/06/2024, 14:00)

Poland faces a difficult task in Group D of the UEFA European Championships, having advanced past the group stage only once in their previous four attempts. They find themselves alongside Austria, France, and upcoming opponents the Netherlands. Despite this challenging draw, Poland can draw confidence from their current form under manager Michał Probierz, remaining unbeaten in their last eight matches since he took charge last September.

Their journey to these finals included a tense penalty-shootout victory over Wales, highlighting their resilience under pressure—a trait they must replicate against the Netherlands, a team they haven’t defeated in their last 12 encounters (D5, L7). Probierz’s squad boasts a blend of seasoned veterans such as Wojciech Szczęsny, Kamil Grosicki, and Robert Lewandowski, alongside promising talents like Nicola Zalewski and Jakub Kiwior, adding unpredictability to their lineup.

Opta ranks the Netherlands as the sixth favorite to lift the Henri Delaunay Trophy, a title they have previously won only in 1988. However, their preparations for this tournament have been marred by injuries to key midfielders Teun Koopmeiners and Frenkie de Jong, both of whom have been forced to withdraw from the squad. In response, manager Ronald Koeman has called up Borussia Dortmund’s Ian Maatsen and Bologna’s Joshua Zirkzee as replacements.

The Netherlands have developed a tendency to avoid draws in recent years, with their last 17 matches resulting in either wins or losses, including the 14 games overseen by Koeman since he resumed his managerial role in January last year. Additionally, late drama is almost a certainty in their matches, with goals scored after the 80th minute in seven of their last eight outings. This sets the stage for compelling contests in Group D.


Form Guide


Poland is aiming to replicate their recent success following a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Turkey in an international friendly. The goals for Poland came from Karol Świderski in the 12th minute and Nicola Zalewski with a last-minute strike in the 90th minute. Turkey’s Barış Yılmaz scored in the 77th minute.

Poland’s recent performances have been marked by a strong defensive presence. Over their last six matches, they have conceded just four goals. This defensive solidity has been a cornerstone of their strategy, making it difficult for opponents to break through.

As Poland gears up for their next match, they will aim to continue their strong defensive performances while capitalizing on scoring opportunities. This approach will be key to their success in upcoming fixtures, providing a solid foundation for achieving positive results.


Netherlands WWWLWW

The Netherlands enters their next match with high spirits following a dominant 4-0 victory over Iceland in their latest international friendly. The goals came from Xavi Simons in the 23rd minute, Virgil van Dijk in the 49th minute, Donyell Malen in the 79th minute, and Wout Weghorst in the 90th minute.

The Netherlands’ recent performances have showcased their defensive prowess, with the team conceding just two goals in their last six matches. This impressive defensive record underscores the reliability and organization of their backline, making it challenging for opponents to score.

The Netherlands has displayed a balanced and effective approach, combining strong defensive displays with potent attacking play. This consistency has been key to their recent successes and positions them well for future challenges.

As the Netherlands prepares for their upcoming fixtures, they will aim to maintain their defensive solidity while continuing to exploit their offensive capabilities. With their current form, the team is well-equipped to achieve positive results and make a significant impact in their forthcoming matches.


Poland vs Netherlands Predicted XI

Poland Predicted XI: Szczęsny; Bednarek, Dawidowicz, Kiwior; Frankowski, Moder, Slisz, Zalewski; Zieliński, Urbański; Buksa

Netherlands Predicted XI: Verbruggen; Dumfries, De Vrij, Van Dijk, Aké; Reijnders, Schouten, Veerman; Simons, Depay, Gakpo    



As Poland prepares to face the Netherlands, fans can expect a closely contested match. Despite Poland’s strong defensive record, we believe they will find it challenging to keep the Dutch attack at bay throughout the game.

Given the strengths and recent performances of both teams, we predict a very close game. However, the Netherlands is expected to edge out a victory with a final score of 2-1. While Poland is likely to score, the Dutch attack should secure them the win in what promises to be a tightly fought contest.

Slovenia vs Denmark | Euro 2024 (16/06/2024, 17:00)

Group C at Euro 2024 draws significant attention with tournament favorites England, but it’s Slovenia and Denmark who kick off proceedings in the group before England meets Serbia. These two teams are familiar, having competed in Group H during Euro 2024 qualifiers. Denmark’s 2-1 victory last November helped them secure the top spot after both teams finished with 22 points each.

Slovenia’s loss in that match extended their winless streak against Denmark to six games However, they remain determined to break this pattern, especially since that defeat was one of only two losses in their last 21 matches against any opponent. A positive result here will be crucial for Slovenia’s slim chances of advancing to the knockout stage, although their historical record in group stages of major tournaments is discouraging, having won just once in nine previous encounters, failing to progress on all three occasions.

For Denmark, the group stage marks a chance to move past their disappointing 2022 World Cup campaign and replicate their impressive Euro 2020 performance, where they reached the semi-finals following Christian Eriksen’s medical emergency. They were eventually eliminated by England, who they will face again in Group C.

Interestingly, Denmark’s history with England in Euro competitions includes their surprise triumph in 1992, when they won the tournament despite not initially qualifying. Manager Kasper Hjulmand aims to capitalize on Denmark’s reputation as dark horses for Euro 2024, backed by their strong form of just one loss in their last 12 matches, leading up to their departure for Germany.


Form Guide

Slovenia WWDWWD

Slovenia heads into their next match following a 1-1 draw against Bulgaria in their most recent international friendly. Andraž Šporar found the net for Slovenia in the 14th minute, equalizing after Kiril Despodov’s early goal for Bulgaria in the 4th minute.

One of Slovenia’s strengths has been their consistent ability to score. They have managed to find the back of the net in each of their last six games, totaling 10 goals during this period. This scoring streak highlights their offensive capabilities and the effectiveness of their attacking unit.

Slovenia will aim to build on their recent form and continue their streak of scoring in their next match. With their ability to find the net regularly and a solid defensive foundation, they are well-positioned to compete effectively in their upcoming fixtures.


Denmark WLDWWW

Denmark enters their upcoming fixture on a high after a convincing 3-1 victory over Norway in their latest international friendly. Goals from Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (12′), Jannik Vestergaard (21′), and Yussuf Poulsen (90′) secured the win, with Norway’s Erling Haaland scoring in the 72nd minute.

Under the guidance of Kasper Hjulmand, Denmark has shown impressive offensive efficiency in recent matches. Over their last six outings, they have scored nine goals, averaging 1.5 goals per game. This consistency in finding the back of the net reflects their well-coordinated attack and the form of key players.

As Denmark prepares for their next challenge, they will aim to maintain their offensive momentum while ensuring their defensive solidity remains intact. With a well-rounded squad and a proven track record of recent success, Denmark is poised to make a significant impact in their upcoming fixtures. Fans can expect a competitive and exciting performance as they strive to build on their recent achievements.


Slovenia vs Denmark Predicted XI

Slovenia Predicted XI: Oblak; Karničnik, Brekalo, Bijol, Janža; Horvat, Elšnik, Gnezda Čerin, Mlakar; Šporar, Šeško

Denmark Predicted XI: Schmeichel; Andersen, Christensen, Vestergaard; Kristiansen, Hjulmand, Eriksen, Højbjerg, Bah; Højlund, Wind



As Slovenia prepares to face Denmark, they may find it challenging to score against a well-organized Danish side. Given Denmark’s strong form and solid defense, we anticipate a closely contested match.

Taking all factors into account, we predict a closely fought battle with Denmark emerging victorious. Our prediction is a 1-0 win for Denmark, reflecting their ability to score while keeping Slovenia at bay. This outcome would highlight Denmark’s defensive strength and efficient attacking play in what promises to be a competitive match.

Serbia vs England | Euro 2024 (16/06/2024, 20:00)

Serbia enters another major tournament with the reputation of mere surprise contenders. The hopes were high during Dragan Stojković’s debut as manager in the last World Cup, but they ended disappointed with just one point gained.

Nevertheless, confidence remains buoyant within the Serbian camp following their convincing 3-0 victory over Sweden in their recent warm-up match. Scoring goals has often been a trademark for Serbia, boasting talents like Luka Jović, Aleksandar Mitrović, and Dušan Vlahović. This prowess was evident in their previous major tournament appearance, where they outscored all teams in their group, including Brazil, despite failing to advance. A single victory could suffice for Serbia to progress from the group stage, reminiscent of Ukraine’s advancement with just three points in Euro 2020.

Their campaign commences with a difficult challenge against the tournament favorites, Gareth Southgate’s England. The runners-up of Euro 2020 have encountered a varied buildup to the tournament, with mixed results in their friendlies. However, there is a sense of cautious optimism, anchored by a squad featuring prominent talents such as Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane of Bayern Munich.

Southgate, aiming to capitalize on his team’s past success with two semi-final appearances in three major tournaments, views this as a pivotal opportunity to secure silverware before his tenure ends. With a flawless group stage performance in his debut at this tournament without conceding a goal, expectations are high for England to advance smoothly into the knockout phase, starting with their inaugural encounter against Serbia.


Form Guide


Serbia enters their upcoming fixture with confidence after a dominant 3-0 victory over Sweden in their latest international friendly. Sergej Milinković-Savić scored the goals in the 18th minute, Aleksandar Mitrović in the 60th minute, and Dušan Tadić in the 70th minute.

Under the guidance of Dragan Stojković, Serbia has demonstrated solid offensive capabilities, netting seven goals in their last six matches. This attacking prowess highlights their ability to create and convert scoring opportunities, with key players like Milinković-Savić, Mitrović, and Tadić leading the charge.

As Serbia looks forward to their next fixture, they will aim to build on their attacking success while tightening their defensive lines. Balancing their offensive firepower with improved defensive discipline will be crucial for their continued success. Fans can expect a determined and dynamic performance from Serbia as they strive to extend their winning streak and address their defensive shortcomings.


England WDLDWL

Following a disappointing loss to Iceland in their recent international friendly, England and their supporters are looking for a stronger performance in their upcoming match. Jón Dagur Þorsteinsson scored the decisive goal for Iceland in the 12th minute.

Under Gareth Southgate’s leadership, England has managed to score eight goals in their last six matches. This offensive output highlights their ability to create scoring opportunities and convert them, a positive sign as they seek to bounce back from the recent defeat.

As England gears up for their next fixture, the team will aim to regroup and put forth a more cohesive performance. With a blend of experienced players and emerging talents, England has the potential to rebound effectively. Fans will be eager to see how the team responds and whether they can secure a positive outcome in their next match.


Serbia vs England Predicted XI

Serbia Predicted XI: Vanja Milinković-Savić; Milenković, Veljković, Pavlović; Živković, Sergej Milinković-Savić, Lukić, Kostić; Tadić; Mitrović, Vlahović

England Predicted XI: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Guehi, Trippier; Alexander-Arnold, Rice; Saka, Bellingham, Foden; Kane



As England prepares to face Serbia, it seems likely that the English side will create a substantial number of chances and find the back of the net with regularity.

Considering the strengths and recent performances of both teams, we anticipate a comfortable win for England. Despite Serbia’s ability to score, England’s offensive power is likely to secure them a decisive victory. Our prediction is a 3-1 win for England at full-time, reflecting their superior ability to create and finish chances while managing Serbia’s counterattacks.

Fans can look forward to an engaging match with plenty of action, as England aims to bounce back from their recent defeat and Serbia strives to challenge their formidable opponents.

Romania vs Ukraine | Euro 2024 (17/06/2024, 14:00)

Romania returns to the European Championship after missing out on the 2020 edition, commencing their tournament campaign against Ukraine on Monday afternoon at the Fussball Arena in Munich.

Romania’s recent form includes consecutive goalless draws against Bulgaria and Liechtenstein. Ukraine showcased their strength with a commanding 4-0 victory over Moldova last Tuesday.

In their recent head-to-head encounters, Ukraine has secured two wins and a draw against Romania. Only one of Romania’s last five matches has seen three or more goals scored.

Romania had an impressive qualifying campaign, topping Group I undefeated in ten matches. Finishing above teams like Switzerland and Israel has bolstered optimism among their supporters. Ukraine enters their fourth consecutive Euro appearance, aiming to improve upon their previous outings where they failed to advance past the group stage in their first two appearances but reached the quarter-finals three years ago, losing to England.

Under Serhiy Rebrov’s guidance, Ukraine narrowly missed out to Italy in their qualifying group for this tournament, securing their spot in Germany through playoff victories against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Iceland with 2-1 wins in March.


Form Guide

Romania WWDLDD

Romania heads into this match after a goalless draw against Liechtenstein in an international friendly.

Under Edward Iordănescu, Romania has scored a total of 6 goals in their last 6 matches. Conversely, they have conceded 5 goals during the same period.


Ukraine DWWDLW

Ukraine enters this encounter following a convincing 4-0 victory over Moldova in their last international friendly.

In that match, the goalscorers for Ukraine were Roman Yaremchuk (2′), Viktor Tsyhankov (43′), Artem Dovbyk (49′), and Heorhii Sudakov (54′).

Under Serhiy Rebrov, Ukraine has scored a total of 9 goals in their last six matches. They have conceded 5 goals during the same period.


Romania vs Ukraine Predicted XI

Romania Predicted XI: Moldovan; Mogos, Dragusin, Racovitan, Olaru, Man, Sorescu, Cicaldau, Hagi, Coman, Puscas

Ukraine Predicted XI: Lunin, Konoplya, Zabarnyi, Matviienko, Zinchenko. Tsygankov, Malinovsky, Stepanenko, Mudryk, Sudakov, Dovbyk



Here’s a game where Romania will need to exert themselves to breach Ukraine’s defense, while we expect Ukraine to score and maintain control.

Therefore, we predict Ukraine to secure a 1-0 victory by the end of the match.

Belgium vs Slovakia | Euro 2024 (16/06/2024, 17:00)

Belgium disappointed at the last World Cup, exiting in the group stage. However, since Roberto Martinez was replaced by Domenico Todesco, their performance has been impeccable.

The Red Devils have been unbeaten in the past 12 months, with ten wins and four draws under Todesco’s management.

They cruised through the qualifiers, finishing comfortably ahead of Sweden in third place, scoring 22 goals and conceding just 4 in their eight matches. Todesco’s team kicks off their campaign against Slovakia, who face a tough challenge in Germany.

Slovakia navigated a straightforward qualifying group, finishing second behind Portugal, but this tournament represents a significant step up in competition.

In the last Euros, Slovakia managed just two goals as they exited in the group stage. They come into this tournament having defeated San Marino and a struggling Wales 4-0 each in their warm-up matches, but they are unlikely to find it as straightforward against Belgium.


Form Guide

Belgium WWDDWW

Belgium will look to build on their recent 3-0 victory against Luxembourg in the international friendlies.

In that match, Romelu Lukaku scored twice (42′, 57′) and Leandro Trossard added another goal (81′).

A common trend in Belgium’s recent matches is their ability to keep clean sheets. In 5 out of their last 6 games leading up to this one, betting on both teams to score would have resulted in losses.


Slovakia WWLDWW

Slovakia enters this match on the back of a convincing 4-0 victory over Wales in their recent international friendly.

In that game, goals were scored by Juraj Kucka (45′), Róbert Boženík (56′), László Bénes (90′), and an own goal by Ethan Ampadu (60′) for Wales.


Highlighting their tendency for high-scoring encounters, Slovakia has seen a total of 21 goals in their last 6 matches, averaging 3.5 goals per game. Their opponents scored 6 of these goals in total.


Belgium vs Slovakia Predicted XI

Belgium Predicted XI: Casteels; Faes, Witsel, De Cuyper; Castagne, Onana, Mangala, Doku; De Bruyne, Trossard; Lukaku

Slovakia Predicted XI: Dubravka; Pekarik, Davro, Skriniar, Hancko; Lobotka, Kucka, Duda; Suslov, Bozenik, Haraslin



In this match, Slovakia will undoubtedly face a tough challenge scoring against a Belgium lineup that possesses the capability to dominate across the entire field.

We predict that Belgium will secure a 3-0 victory by the end of the match.

Austria vs France | Euro 2024 (17/06/2024, 20:00)

Based on FIFA’s world ranking, France currently ranks as the top team in Europe, second globally only to Argentina, who defeated them in the 2022 World Cup final. France’s performance in Euro 2020 was less successful compared to their runner-up finish in the previous edition, as they were eliminated in the round of 16. Nonetheless, France started Euro 2020 with a victory, a feat they have achieved in six out of their ten appearances at the tournament.

Austria, on the other hand, are participating in the European Championships for the fourth time and have lost two of their three previous opening matches. Despite this history, Austria enters this tournament in good form. Since their challenging 2022 UEFA Nations League campaign, Austria has lost only one of their last 14 matches, a defeat against Belgium in Euro 2024 qualifying. Impressively, they have scored in each of their last 15 matches. The last team to keep Austria from scoring was France, who defeated them 2-0 in September 2022 during the UEFA Nations League.


Form Guide

Austria WWWWWD

Austria prepares for this match following a 1-1 draw against Switzerland in their recent international friendly.

Christoph Baumgartner (5′) was the lone scorer for Austria, while Silvan Widmer (26′) found the net for Switzerland.

Austria has been consistently scoring, finding the back of the net in all of their last 6 matches. During this period, they have scored a total of 15 goals while conceding only 3. However, this pattern may not necessarily continue in their upcoming match.



Didier Deschamps is likely entering his final tournament as the manager of the French national team. In 2016, France reached the final of the UEFA European Championship hosted at home, followed by winning the FIFA World Cup in 2018 and then reaching the final again in 2022. However, their journey in UEFA EURO 2020 was cut short when they were upset by Switzerland in the Round of 16, losing on penalties.

During that tournament, Les Bleus fielded a star-studded team and generally performed well, but they struggled with defensive solidity and cohesion, qualities that have been crucial to Deschamps’ successful tenure. In their final warm-up match, they draw 0-0 against Canada. However, the positive takeaway from that game for France was the opportunity to re-establish their ability to secure clean sheets, a hallmark of their past successes under Deschamps.


Austria vs France Predicted XI

Austria Predicted XI: Lindner; Wober, Danso, Mwene, Seiwald, Posch, Laimer, Sabitzer, Schlager, Gregoritsch, Baumgartner

France Predicted XI: Maignan; Upamecano, Hernandez, Kounde, Konate, Kante, Rabiot, Dembele, Griezmann, Mbappe, Kolo Muani



We believe Austria has the capability to score against the French defense, but scoring just one goal may not be enough to prevent them from conceding a couple at the opposite end.

Our prediction for this match is a closely contested game with France emerging victorious with a 2-1 scoreline at the final whistle.

Turkey vs Georgia | Euro 2024 (18/06/2024, 17:00)

Turkey, aiming to rebound from their underwhelming “dark horse” status in Euro 2020, look to start strong against debutants Georgia in their Group F opener in Germany.

They topped Group D in qualifying with just one loss in eight matches, amassing 17 points, one ahead of Croatia, ranked 10th by FIFA. Turkey has won three of their last five encounters with Georgia, although their most recent victory dates back to 2012 in a 3-1 friendly.

Georgia, led by Willy Sagnol, enters the tournament with a respectable record, losing only once in their last six matches, including a notable penalty shootout triumph over Greece in the play-off final. However, their qualifying campaign, finishing fourth in Group A with eight points, casts doubt on their prospects against more seasoned opponents like Turkey.

Turkey’s experience in previous tournaments could be crucial in determining the outcome of this clash, potentially serving as a reality check for Georgia in Dortmund.


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Turkey entered UEFA EURO 2020 with many touting them as “dark horses”. However, they failed to live up to expectations, scoring just one goal and failing to earn any points in three group stage matches against Italy, Wales, and Switzerland. Vincenzo Montella, their coach, continues to work with a promising generation of young talents.

Their alarming 6-1 defeat to Austria in March highlighted ongoing concerns that were evident back in 2021. Before their recent match against Poland, Turkey had gone winless in four consecutive games. The standout player for them is undoubtedly Real Madrid’s Arda Guler, and Montella faces the challenge of deciding between a functional approach or opting for an all-out attacking style with his vibrant squad.


Georgia WDLWDW

Georgia will be making their debut at a major tournament this summer after securing qualification through the UEFA Nations League playoff route. They defeated Luxembourg in the semi-finals and then overcame Greece on penalties in the final in Tbilisi.

The Georgian squad boasts quality players at both ends of the pitch, including Valencia goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili, who has been linked with Newcastle United, and attacking talents Georges Mikautadze from Lens and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia from Napoli. Despite being significant underdogs heading into the tournament, Georgia has only suffered one defeat in their last seven matches, which came against Spain.


Turkey vs Georgia Predicted XI

Turkey Predicted XI: Cakir; Celik, Demiral, Bardakci, Ozkacar; Kokcu, Ayhan; Yazici, Calhanoglu, Guler; Yildiz

Georgia Predicted XI: Mamardashvili; Kvirkvelia, Kashia, Dvali; Kakabadze, Kiteishvili, Kochorashvili, Shengalia; Chakvetadze, Mikautadze, Kvaratskhelia



In this game, Georgia should be capable of scoring against Turkey, though they may not be able to match the number of goals they concede.

Our prediction is for a closely contested match, with Turkey edging out a 2-1 victory. It promises to be an exciting encounter.


Portugal vs Czech Republic | Euro 2024 (18/06/2024, 20:00)

Portugal’s title defense at Euro 2020 ended in disappointment as the 2016 winners were eliminated in the round of 16. Now, under the leadership of Roberto Martinez in his first major tournament with the team, Portugal is expected to kick off with a win against the Czech Republic.

During the qualifiers, Portugal shone brightly, achieving a perfect record with 10 wins from 10 matches in Group J. They boasted both the strongest attack, scoring 36 goals, and the best defense, conceding only two.

The Czech Republic faces a tough challenge to avoid defeat in their opening match of Euro 2024, especially considering their last victory over Portugal dates back to the 1996 tournament. In that match, a spectacular goal from Karel Poborsky secured a 1-0 win in the quarter-finals, propelling the Czechs to an unexpected run to the final.

With Portugal among the favorites to win this year, alongside France and England, they are expected to start with a victory. Their solid defensive record suggests that they can secure a win without conceding.

Form Guide

Portugal WWLWLW

Portugal are aiming for another victory following their recent 3-0 triumph in an international friendly against Ireland.

In that match, the goals came from João Félix (18′) and Cristiano Ronaldo (50′, 60′).

Portugal’s recent fixtures have been highly entertaining, with a trend of high-scoring games. In their last six matches, a total of 23 goals have been scored by both sides combined, averaging 3.83 goals per game. Out of these, 15 goals were scored by Portugal.


Czech Republic DWWWWW

The Czech Republic won their last match against North Macedonia 2-1 in a friendly. Patrik Schick and Antonín Barák scored for the Czech Republic, while Isnik Alimi got one for North Macedonia.

Recent statistics highlight the Czech Republic’s defensive struggles, as they have conceded goals in 5 of their last 6 matches, with a total of 5 goals against them. This indicates some clear issues in their defensive setup.


Portugal vs Czech Republic Predicted XI

Portugal Predicted XI: Costa; Joao Palhinha, Vitinha, Cancelo, Silva, Dias, Mendes, Silva, Fernandes, Joao Felix, Cristiano Ronaldo

Czech Republic Predicted XI: Staněk; Holeš, Hranáč, Krejčí; Coufal, Souček, Provod, Barák, David Jurásek; Kuchta, Schick



Our assessment is that Portugal is likely to score a couple of goals against the Czech Republic, who may struggle to find the back of the net.

We predict a fairly comfortable 2-0 win for Portugal at the end of the 90 minutes.