Predictions 19 – 22.06.2024

Croatia vs Albania | Euro 2024 (19/06/2024, 14:00)

After a heavy 3-0 defeat to Spain in their opening group game, Croatia is reeling from a tough stretch, having lost three of their last five competitive matches. This is quite a contrast for Zlatko Dalić’s squad, who previously only lost three out of 29 such games. However, it’s worth noting that the loss to Spain marked Croatia’s first defeat in their last seven matches overall, and the first time they conceded more than three goals since the World Cup semi-final in 2022.

Albania kicked off their campaign with a bang, scoring the fastest goal in Euro finals history, just 23 seconds into their match against Italy. Despite this explosive start, they eventually lost 2-1 to the defending champions. This defeat snapped a seven-game unbeaten streak in competitive matches for Albania, but the team has shown resilience, not losing consecutive competitive matches since September 2022.

Despite their setback, Albania remains hopeful of securing points in Group B. They’ve previously beaten higher-ranked teams during the qualifiers, although they haven’t triumphed over a top-ten team since their victory against France in June 2015.

In conclusion, as Croatia and Albania prepare to face off, both teams will be striving for a crucial victory. Croatia looks to bounce back from a disappointing loss, while Albania hopes to build on their spirited performance against Italy.


Form Guide

Croatia WDWWWL

Croatia aims to bounce back after a tough 3-0 loss to Spain in their Euro 2024 opener. Despite the defeat, Croatia showed promise with 53% possession and 16 shots, five of which were on target. Spain capitalized on their chances with goals from Álvaro Morata (29′), Fabián Ruiz (32′), and Dani Carvajal (45′).

In their last six games, Croatia has scored 10 goals but conceded six, highlighting a need for defensive improvement. Their attacking capabilities are evident, but defensive lapses have cost them crucial points.

In conclusion, while the 3-0 loss to Spain was a setback, Croatia’s potential remains. With strategic adjustments, they can still push for qualification and perform strongly in upcoming matches.


Albania DLLWWL

Following a tough 2-1 loss to Italy in their Euro 2024 match, Albania is eager to bounce back. Despite managing just 32% possession, Albania had 8 attempts on goal, with Nedim Bajrami scoring in the first minute. Italy, however, proved more efficient with 17 shots, five on target, and goals from Alessandro Bastoni (11′) and Nicolò Barella (16′).

Under Sylvinho Mendes Campos, Albania has shown a promising attacking side, scoring 7 goals in their last six matches. However, their defense has been less solid, conceding 6 goals over the same period.

In conclusion, Albania’s 2-1 defeat to Italy was a setback, but their attacking prowess offers hope. With strategic adjustments and stronger defensive play, they can aim for better outcomes in the remaining Euro 2024 fixtures.


Croatia vs Albania Predicted XI

Croatia Predicted XI: Livakovic; Stanisic, Sutalo, Gvardiol, Sosa, Modric, Sucic, Kovacic, Majer, Budimir, Kramaric

Albania Predicted XI: Berisha; Balliu, Ismailaj, Djimsiti, Mitaj, Asllani, Bajrami, Ramadani, Laci, Manaj, Asani



Considering Croatia’s form and attacking prowess, a victory for Croatia seems a likely outcome. Albania’s defensive vulnerabilities and their difficulty in creating scoring chances could result in a clean sheet for Croatia.

In conclusion, as Croatia takes on Albania, fans can expect a dominant performance from Croatia. With their ability to create and convert chances, Croatia is well-positioned to secure a 2-0 win, boosting their prospects in the Euro 2024 qualifiers.

Germany vs Hungary | Euro 2024 (19/06/2024, 17:00)

Germany couldn’t have asked for a better start to Euro 2024, demolishing Scotland 5-1 on Friday to kick off their tournament in style. However, their upcoming match against Hungary may be more subdued, given that only one of their last four head-to-heads has produced more than three goals.

Hungary, on the other hand, is looking to rebound from a 3-1 defeat to Switzerland. They haven’t won any of their last seven matches at the Euro finals, with each of those three losses seeing them concede at least three goals.

While Germany is favored, they can’t forget that Hungary won their last head-to-head in Germany, a 1-0 victory in the UEFA Nations League in September 2022. Despite this, Hungary’s recent form and Rossi’s critical remarks about his squad suggest they have an uphill battle ahead.

In conclusion, while Germany appears poised to continue their strong start, Hungary will be fighting to defy the odds and end their winless streak at the Euro finals. Expect a competitive match, with Germany aiming to maintain their momentum and Hungary striving for a significant upset.


Form Guide

Germany LWWDWW

Germany will be hoping to replicate their recent 5-1 triumph over Scotland as they continue their Euro 2024 campaign. In that match, Germany showcased their dominance with 73% possession and 20 shots on goal, 10 of which were on target. The goals came from Florian Wirtz (10′), Jamal Musiala (19′), Kai Havertz (45′), Niklas Füllkrug (68′), and Emre Can (93′). An own goal by Antonio Rüdiger (87′) was the only dark spot on their performance. Scotland, on the other hand, managed only one shot, which was off target.

Julian Nagelsmann’s squad has been in fine form, scoring 11 times in their last six outings. However, they’ve also conceded five goals in those matches, indicating some room for defensive improvement.

In conclusion, Germany’s impressive performance against Scotland sets a high standard as they advance in the Euro 2024 tournament. With a balanced focus on attack and defense, they are poised to continue their winning streak.


Hungary WWWLWL

Hungary will be looking to bounce back after a disappointing 3-1 loss to Switzerland in their Euro 2024 match. Despite holding 50% possession, Hungary managed only 6 shots on goal, with Barnabás Varga scoring their lone goal in the 66th minute. Switzerland, in contrast, had 15 attempts on goal, 7 of which were on target, resulting in goals from Kwadwo Duah (12′), Michel Aebischer (45′), and Breel Embolo (93′).

Under Marco Rossi, Hungary has shown the ability to find the back of the net, averaging 1.67 goals per game over their last six matches. However, defensive challenges have seen them concede goals, as evidenced by their performance against Switzerland.

In conclusion, while the defeat to Switzerland was a setback, Hungary’s ability to score goals offers hope for improvement. With adjustments and a renewed strategy, they can aim to turn their Euro 2024 campaign around and compete more effectively in future matches.


Germany vs Hungary Predicted XI

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

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



Hungary faces a difficult task against Germany, who are expected to dominate possession and create numerous scoring opportunities. Given Hungary’s recent struggles in defense and Germany’s strong attacking form, it appears unlikely that Hungary will find the net in this matchup.

Considering Germany’s form and Hungary’s defensive struggles, a commanding 3-0 victory for Germany seems a likely outcome.

Scotland vs Switzerland | Euro 2024 (19/06/2024, 20:00)

Scotland endured a tough start to Euro 2024 with a resounding 5-1 defeat against Germany, setting a challenging tone ahead of their upcoming clash against Switzerland.  Steve Clarke’s squad has struggled to find form recently, securing just one victory in their last ten matches which came against Gibraltar. Their vulnerability in late stages is evident, having conceded seven goals after the 70th minute across their last six games, a weakness they must address to avoid further setbacks.

In contrast, Switzerland started their Euro 2024 campaign impressively with a 3-1 win over Hungary, capped by Breel Embolo’s stoppage-time goal. Coach Murat Yakin’s team looks to build on their quarter-final appearance in the 2020 tournament, buoyed by a solid record of one defeat in their last 15 matches.

As Scotland faces Switzerland, they must shore up their defense and capitalize on scoring opportunities to overcome a formidable opponent. A positive outcome is crucial for Scotland to revive their Euro 2024 ambitions, while Switzerland seeks to solidify their position in the knockout stages.


Form Guide

Scotland DLLWDL

Scotland will be eager to bounce back following their heavy 5-1 defeat against Germany in Euro 2024.

In their last match, Scotland struggled with just 27% possession and managed only 1 shot, none of which were on target. Meanwhile, Germany dominated with 20 attempts on goal, 10 of which tested the Scottish defense. Goals from Florian Wirtz (10′), Jamal Musiala (19′), Kai Havertz (45′), Niklas Füllkrug (68′), and an own goal by Antonio Rüdiger (87′) and Emre Can (93′) sealed Scotland’s fate.

Scotland faces a critical juncture in Euro 2024, needing to address defensive lapses and enhance their overall performance to compete effectively in their upcoming matches.


Switzerland LDWWDW

Switzerland heads into their next match with confidence after securing a 3-1 victory against Hungary in Euro 2024.

In their recent game, Switzerland controlled possession with 50% and fired off 15 shots, 7 of which were on target. Kwadwo Duah (12′), Michel Aebischer (45′), and Breel Embolo (93′) found the net for Switzerland, sealing their win. Hungary managed 6 attempts on goal, with Barnabás Varga (66′) scoring their lone goal.

As Switzerland prepares for their upcoming fixture, they will look to build on their solid defensive performances and capitalize on their scoring opportunities. With their recent form and momentum, Switzerland aims to continue their positive run in Euro 2024.


Scotland vs Switzerland Predicted XI

Scotland Predicted XI: Gunn; Hendry, Hanley, Tierney, Ralston, Gilmour, McTominay, Robertson, McGinn, Christie, Shankland

Switzerland Predicted XI: Sommer; Schar, Akanji, Rodriguez, Widmer, Xhaka, Freuler, Aebischer, Vargas, Ndoye, Duah



Based on current form and expectations, we anticipate a tightly contested match between Scotland and Switzerland, with Switzerland likely to edge ahead with at least one goal.

Fans can expect an intense and closely fought encounter, with Switzerland aiming to maintain their positive momentum in Euro 2024. The outcome hinges on both teams’ ability to execute their game plans effectively, setting the stage for an exciting match.

In summary, while Scotland will strive to deliver an improved performance, Switzerland’s balanced approach gives them the edge to clinch a 1-0 win in this crucial Euro 2024 clash.

Slovenia vs Serbia| Euro 2024 (20/06/2024, 14:00)

When the two dark horses of Group C, Slovenia and Serbia, look at their schedules, this match stands out as their golden ticket to extend their stay in the European Championship finals. Slovenia, buoyed by their surprising 1-1 draw against Denmark, now have bigger dreams.

Their first major tournament appearance since the 2010 FIFA World Cup saw a shaky start, with Slovenia falling behind within 20 minutes. The team remains unbeaten in 2024 as underdogs, following impressive wins against Portugal (2-0) and the USA (1-0) in friendlies. This string of victories shows they can compete with higher-ranked teams.

Serbia also eased into their tournament debut but didn’t quite get the result they wanted. Known for their strong defense, having conceded just nine goals in their eight qualifying matches, Serbia managed only one shot on target in a 1-0 loss to pre-tournament favorites, England.

Despite both teams qualifying as runners-up in their respective groups, Serbia enters this contest as the slight favorite. This edge comes partly from their previous encounters in the UEFA Nations League in 2022, where Serbia took points from Slovenia twice (2-2 away, 4-1 home).

This game promises to be a fascinating clash of two teams eager to prove themselves on the big stage. Slovenia’s recent form suggests they are ready to take on more established teams, while Serbia’s strong defense and previous success against Slovenia give them confidence.


Form Guide

Slovenia WDWWDD

Slovenia walked away from their recent Euro 2024 qualifier against Denmark with a 1-1 draw.

In this face-off, Slovenia held the ball for just 32% of the match and managed 11 shots, with only 2 hitting the target. Erik Janža was the hero for Slovenia, finding the net in the 77th minute. On the other side, Denmark was far more aggressive, with 16 attempts and 4 on target. Their star, Christian Eriksen, scored early in the 17th minute.

Over this period, they’ve racked up nine goals while conceding only five. This consistency in scoring highlights their offensive capabilities and resilience on the field.



After losing their last game against England in Euro 2024, Serbia and their fans hope for a better result this time.

In that match, Serbia had 47% possession and made 6 attempts at goal, with 1 on target. England, on the other hand, had 5 attempts with 3 on target. Jude Bellingham scored for England at the 13-minute mark.

In their last 6 matches, Dragan Stojković’s Serbia has scored 7 goals. This averages to 1.17 goals per game.


Slovenia vs Serbia Predicted XI

Slovenia Predicted XI: Oblak; Karnicnik, Blazic, Bijol, Janza; Stojanovic, Gnezda Cerin, Elsnik, Mlakar; Sporar, Sesko

Serbia Predicted XI: V. Milinkovic-Savic; Veljkovic, Milenkovic, Pavlovic; Zivkovic, S. Milinkovic-Savic, Gudelj, Mladenovic; Tadic; Vlahovic, Mitrovic



Our view is that Slovenia might struggle to score against Serbia. We think Serbia will score and might also keep a clean sheet.

That’s why we predict a tough match with a 1-0 win for Serbia at full-time.

Denmark vs England | Euro 2024 (20/06/2024, 17:00)

Denmark had a rough start to Euro 2024, ending in a 1-1 draw with Slovenia in Stuttgart. Kasper Hjulmand’s team controlled much of the game but couldn’t secure the win, putting them under pressure as they prepare to face England in Frankfurt.

Danish fans are anxious, recalling the Euro 2020 semi-final. Denmark has only one win in their last six group stage matches. They also didn’t win a group game at the last World Cup. However, they can be encouraged by their recent games against England, as they haven’t lost in the last three meetings after 90 minutes.

England started their Euro 2024 journey with a 1-0 win over Serbia in Gelsenkirchen. However, their shaky second half left many wondering about Gareth Southgate’s team. Southgate praised their “resilience” under late pressure but knows they need to improve to secure consecutive wins for the first time since November.

England hasn’t lost a group game at the Euros since a 2-1 defeat to France in 2004. This success is built on a strong defense, last conceding at this stage to Wales’ Gareth Bale in 2016.


Form Guide

Denmark LDWWWD

Denmark goes into this game after a 1-1 draw against Slovenia in the Euro 2024 debut match.

In that match, Denmark had 68% possession and made 16 attempts at goal, with 4 on target. Christian Eriksen scored for Denmark at 17 minutes. Slovenia made 11 attempts at goal, with 2 on target. Erik Janža scored for Slovenia at 77 minutes.

In their last six games, Kasper Hjulmand’s Denmark scored a total of 8 goals. This gives them an average of 1.33 goals per match.


England DLDWLW

England is heading into this game after a 1-0 win against Serbia in the Euro 2024 qualifiers.

In that match, England had 53% possession and took 5 shots on goal, with 3 on target. Jude Bellingham scored the only goal for England at the 13-minute mark. Serbia had 6 attempts, with only 1 on target.

In their last 6 games, Gareth Southgate’s team scored 8 goals. This gives them an average of 1.33 goals per game.


Denmark vs England Predicted XI

Denmark Predicted XI: Schmeichel; Andersen, Christensen, Vestergaard; Bah, Hjulmand, Hojbjerg, Kristiansen; Eriksen; Wind, Hojlund

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



In our opinion, Denmark is likely to score against this England team, but one goal might not be sufficient to avoid losing.

As a result, we predict a closely contested match that will end with England securing a 2-1 victory when the referee concludes the game.

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

Spain and Italy, two top UEFA teams, face off in Gelsenkirchen. It’s the fifth consecutive European Championship where they meet. Spain, with three past titles, aims for revenge after Italy eliminated them in the last two finals, a notable 3-0 win over Croatia kicking off their campaign.

Spain’s strong qualifying form led to their opening victory. Winning here would secure Spain a fifth straight knockout phase early. However, four of their seven Euro encounters with Italy ended in draws.

A draw in this match could see both teams advance early. Italy, two-time champions, won’t hold back. They overcame Albania in their opener with a comeback, maintaining hopes of topping the group, much like they did in Euro 2020.

Italy, appearing in their eighth consecutive finals, seeks a fifth straight knockout round entry with a win. Their recent record (five wins in seven matches, draw 2) boosts confidence, although they’ve often scored fewer than three goals in their last seven encounters before this match.


Form Guide


Spain, boosted by their recent win, are aiming for a repeat performance following their 3-0 victory against Croatia at Euro 2024.

During that match, Spain held onto the ball for 47% of the time and made 11 attempts at scoring, with 5 shots hitting the target. Scoring for Spain were Álvaro Morata (29′), Fabián Ruiz (32′), and Dani Carvajal (45′). Conversely, Croatia attempted to score 16 times, getting 5 on target.

In five out of the last six games involving Spain, three or more goals were scored per game. Over this period, their opponents scored a total of 6 goals, while Spain netted 19 times.



Italy enters the upcoming meeting fresh off a 2-1 victory against Albania in Euro 2024.

In their last game, Italy controlled the match with 68% possession and attempted 17 shots, 5 of which were on target. Alessandro Bastoni (11′) and Nicolò Barella (16′) scored for Italy. Albania managed 8 shots, with only 1 on target, and Nedim Bajrami (1′) scored their goal.

Italy’s defense has been solid recently, conceding only 2 goals in their last 6 matches. Meanwhile, they have scored 7 goals during this period.


Spain vs Italy Predicted XI

Spain Predicted XI: Simon; Carvajal, Le Normand, Nacho, Cucurella; Pedri, Rodri, Ruiz; Yamal, Morata, Williams

Italy Predicted XI: Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bastoni, Calafiori, Dimarco; Jorginho, Barella; Frattesi, Pellegrini, Chiesa; Scamacca



Italy might feel let down if they fail to score against this Spain team, but they probably won’t score as much as Spain will against them.

Our prediction is that it will be a close game, with Spain winning 2-1 after 90 minutes.

Slovakia vs Ukraine | Euro 2024 (21/06/2024, 14:00)

Slovakia, caused a major upset at Euro 2024, defeating Belgium 1-0 in their opening match. This victory places them in a strong position to advance from Group E. Although they relied on VAR decisions to clinch the win against Belgium, it extended their impressive record under coach Francesco Calzona.

Since taking charge in August 2022, Slovakia has only lost four out of 19 games (won 10, drawn 5). They entered the tournament after just two losses in qualifying (won 7, drawn 1), both against group winners Portugal. Four of those seven qualifying victories were clean sheets. With three consecutive shutouts, Calzona will likely depend on his disciplined defense once more in Düsseldorf.

In contrast, Ukraine suffered a 3-0 defeat to Romania in their opening group match. The positive aspect for Serhiy Rebrov’s team is their record of not losing consecutive games since November 2020. They must maintain this streak to avoid a tough road in the final group stage matches.

Quarter-finalists in the 2021 Euros, Ukraine has an impressive overall record, losing only six times in 30 matches since then (won 13, drawn 11). Significantly, in each of those six losses, including against Romania, Ukraine conceded the first goal, with four ending in clean sheet defeats. This underscores the importance of scoring first for both teams in this crucial matchup.


Form Guide

Slovakia WLDWWW

Slovakia aims to replicate their 1-0 victory against Belgium in Euro 2024.

During that game, Slovakia held onto the ball for 39% of the time and took 10 shots, with 4 aimed directly at the goal. The lone scorer for Slovakia was Ivan Schranz, who netted the ball in the 7th minute. On the opposite side, Belgium attempted to score 16 times, with 6 shots hitting their mark.

Recent matches involving Slovakia have been quite exciting, promising plenty of goal-scoring opportunities. In their last six encounters alone, a total of 21 goals have been scored between both teams, averaging 3.5 goals per game, with Slovakia claiming 15 of those goals.


Ukraine WWDLWL

After a disappointing loss against Romania in Euro 2024, Ukraine aims to bounce back in their upcoming match.

During the game, Ukraine held the ball for 71% of the time and made 13 attempts to score, hitting the target twice. On the contrary, Romania had 9 shots on goal, with 5 finding their mark. Nicolae Stanciu (29’), Răzvan Marin (53’), and Denis Drăguş (57’) scored goals.

In 5 of their last 6 matches, Ukraine has seen three or more goals scored. Their games have averaged 2.83 goals, with Ukraine averaging 1.5 goals per match.


Slovakia vs Ukraine Predicted XI

Slovakia Predicted XI: Dubravka, Hancko, Skriniar, Vavro, Pekarik, Duda, Lobotka, Kucka, Haraslin, Bozenik, Schranz

Ukraine Predicted XI: Lunin, Mykolenko, Matvienko, Zabarnyi, Konoplya, Zinchenko, Brazhko, Mudryk, Sudakov, Tsygankov, Yaremchuk



We believe Ukraine might struggle to break through Slovakia’s defense. We expect Slovakia to score and take the lead.

As a result, we anticipate a close match ending with Slovakia ahead 1-0.

Poland vs Austria | Euro 2024 (21/06/2024, 17:00)

Poland and Austria, after losing their first Group D match, now face a crucial moment where a draw might not be beneficial for either team. Both were considered less likely to advance compared to their French and Dutch competitors. However, with four third-place finishers moving forward, a victory in this match would put one team in a favorable position.

Michał Probierz suffered his first defeat as Poland’s head coach in a 2-1 loss to the Netherlands, their sixth loss in ten recent World or European Championship games. Despite this, there were positives, such as Adam Buksa scoring the opening goal in place of the injured Robert Lewandowski.

Under Ralf Rangnick, Austria’s aggressive pressing style has been successful, despite their narrow 1-0 loss to second-ranked France due to an unfortunate own goal. Looking forward, they have less challenging opponents on paper, which should boost their confidence after the close defeat.

Rangnick highlighted Austria’s strong form, with only losses to France and Belgium in their last 17 matches since the previous UEFA Nations League. Additionally, Austria enters this match as favorites on a seven-game winning streak since November 2022, suggesting high expectations as they aim to replicate or exceed their Euro 2020 Round of 16 performance.


Form Guide


Poland aims to do better than their last performance after their 1-2 defeat in Euro 2024 against the Netherlands.

During that match, Poland held onto the ball for 34% of the time and attempted to score 12 times, hitting the target 7 times. Adam Buksa (16′) scored the lone goal for Poland. Netherlands, on the other hand, took 21 shots, with 4 on target. Cody Gakpo (29′) and Wout Weghorst (83′) netted for the Netherlands.

Under coach Michał Probierz, Poland has scored a total of 13 goals in their last six matches, while conceding only 5 goals during the same period.


Austria WWWWDL

After losing their last match against France in Euro 2024, Austria is determined to bounce back.

During that game, Austria controlled the ball for 52% of the time and made 6 attempts to score, with 3 hitting the mark. The only goal credited to Austria came from Max Wöber (38′ Own goal). Meanwhile, France attempted 14 shots, 3 of which were on target.

In their last six games, Austria has scored a total of 15 goals and has managed to score in every single one of those matches. However, they’ve also conceded 3 goals during that period.


Poland vs Austria Predicted XI

Poland Predicted XI: Szczęsny; Bednarek, Dawidowicz, Kiwior; Slisz; Frankowski, Zieliński, Piotrowski, Szymański, Zalewski; Świderski

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



It seems Poland will have to try their best to score against Austria, who we believe will manage to score and might also prevent Poland from scoring.

Therefore, we predict Austria will win 1-0 after the full 90 minutes

Netherlands vs France | Euro 2024 (21/06/2024, 20:00)

The Netherlands began their UEFA Euro 2024 journey with a tough 2-1 victory over Poland. They had to come from behind for the win, with substitute Wout Weghorst scoring the winning goal with his first touch of the ball. Manager Ronald Koeman will have plenty to correct, despite the Oranje winning each of their last four Euro group stage games and seven of their last eight internationals.

As Koeman weighs whether Weghorst should play a bigger role against France, he faces a challenge. The Dutch have won only one of their last eight encounters with France, losing the other seven, including two in the qualifiers for this tournament. They are well aware of the task ahead against the two-time European champions.

France defeated Austria 1-0 on Monday evening, making a win crucial for them to top the group. Their third consecutive clean sheet suggests strength in defense under Didier Deschamps. However, captain Kylian Mbappé suffered a broken nose from an aerial clash and was later booked for time-wasting.

Despite Mbappé’s quest for a first European Championship goal, France aims to extend their streak of not losing a Euro game in regulation since 2012 (. However, France has never defeated the Dutch without extra time or penalties in the Euros. Deschamps led the team that won in penalties at Euro 1996 in England, the last time they faced off in such a situation.


Form Guide

Netherlands WWLWWW

The Netherlands, encouraged by their recent win, aim for a repeat after their 2-1 victory against Poland in Euro 2024.

In that match, the Netherlands controlled the ball 66% of the time and took 21 shots, 4 of which were on target. Cody Gakpo (29′) and Wout Weghorst (83′) scored for the Netherlands. Meanwhile, Poland managed 12 shots, with 7 on target, and Adam Buksa (16′) netted their goal.

In six of their last six games, the Netherlands have seen at least three goals per match. Their opponents scored 3 of those goals, while the Netherlands totaled 21.



France enters the upcoming match after securing a 1-0 victory against Austria in Euro 2024.

During their last game, France controlled the ball for 48% of the match and made 14 attempts to score, hitting the target thrice. Austria, on the other hand, managed 6 shots with 3 on goal. The lone goal for Austria came from Max Wöber (38′).

In their recent 6 matches, France has been involved in high-scoring games, with a total of 28 goals, averaging 4.67 goals per match. Their opponents contributed 6 goals to this tally.


Netherlands vs France Predicted XI

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

France Predicted XI: Maignan; Kounde, Saliba, Upamecano, Hernandez; Kante, Rabiot; Dembele, Griezmann, Coman; Thuram



Here’s a game where the Netherlands might find it tough to score against France. We think France will win narrowly, 1-0, by the end of the game.

Argentina vs Canada | Copa America (21/06/2024, 01:00)

Football fans worldwide will eagerly watch the first match of the 2024 Copa América hosted in the USA. Argentina, the current title holders and World champions, will take on Canada. Argentina not only dominates globally but also across the Americas, boasting a joint-record 15 Copa América titles and making their 44th tournament appearance since its inception in 1916 – another record.

Coach Lionel Scaloni has selected a strong squad for their title defense, featuring Lionel Messi. This might be Messi’s final Copa América. If so, he aims to help Argentina win back-to-back titles. Argentina heads into this match with a seven-game unbeaten streak in the tournament (6 wins, 1 draw) and hasn’t lost to a North American team since 2004, making them favorites for a strong start.

With new rules allowing more than just CONMEBOL nations, Canada gets their first chance at Copa América glory. However, facing Argentina could prove challenging for Jesse Marsch’s men. The American coach is yet to see his team score a goal under his leadership (1 draw, 1 loss), though those matches were against top-ten FIFA ranked teams France and the Netherlands.

While Canada’s squad lacks star power compared to Argentina’s, notable players like Bayern’s Alphonso Davies and Lille’s Jonathan David could pose challenges. Canada, co-hosting the upcoming World Cup, will need to adapt to playing against top-tier opponents. They reached this stage with a 2-0 victory against Trinidad & Tobago.


Form Guide

Argentina LWWWWW 

Argentina supporters hope for a repeat of their last game, which ended in a 4-1 victory over Guatemala in International Friendlies.

In that match, Lisandro Martínez scored an own goal in the 4th minute, Lionel Messi netted twice (in the 12th and 77th minutes), and Lautaro Martínez scored in the 39th and 66th minutes.

Recent matches indicate that Argentina’s defensive strategy is working well. They have only conceded 4 goals in their last 6 games, showing their strong defensive performance.



In their recent International Friendlies match, Canada played to a 0-0 draw against France.

Over their last six matches, Canada scored a total of 7 goals. However, they also conceded 12 goals during this period.

Argentina vs Canada Predicted XI

Argentina Predicted XI: E Martinez; Molina, Romero, Otamendi, Acuna; Mac Allister, Paredes, De Paul; Messi, Gonzalez, Alvarez

Canada Predicted XI: Crepeau; Johnston, Bombito, Cornelius, Davies; Buchanan, Eustaquio, Kone, Millar; David, Larin



Argentina will probably control the ball a lot and get some good chances.

Meanwhile, Canada might struggle to score, but we think they’ll manage to score at least once.

So, we expect Argentina to win comfortably, with a final score of 3-1.

Georgia vs Czech Republic | Euro 2024 (22/06/2024, 14:00)

Georgia, appearing for the first time in the tournament, holds the lowest FIFA rank at UEFA Euro 2024. They kicked off their campaign with determination despite a 3-1 loss to Turkey on Tuesday. The margin widened due to a last-minute goal scored into an empty net after goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili had moved forward in a last-ditch effort to equalize. Their next match against the Czech Republic becomes crucial as both teams are coming off recent defeats, complicating their chances to advance from Group F, even as one of the top four third-placed teams.

Tuesday’s defeat was Georgia’s first in four matches, so manager Willy Sagnol remains optimistic. However, those wins were against lower-ranked teams, highlighting the urgent need to elevate their performance against the 34th-ranked Czech team.

Participating in their eighth consecutive European Championship since gaining independence, the Czech Republic did not start as hoped, losing 2-1 to Portugal with a 92nd-minute goal, despite initially taking the lead. This result marked their first loss under new coach Ivan Hašek. They aim to bounce back quickly in their first-ever encounter against Georgia, aiming to enhance their record of advancing to the knockout stages in four of their previous seven Euros appearances.

Although not the desired outcome against Portugal, the defeat wasn’t entirely unexpected, given the Czechs’ recent record of winning just one of their last seven group-stage Euro matches. To improve their chances of progressing beyond the group stage, they must achieve something they’ve never done before: win at the Volksparkstadion. Previous matches there resulted in losses—2-0 to Italy in 2006 and 3-0 to Germany in 2016.


Form Guide

Georgia DLWDWL 

Georgia aims for a better outcome following a 3-1 defeat to Turkey in their recent Euro 2024 match.

During that game, Georgia held possession for 44% of the time and attempted to score 14 times, hitting the target with 5 shots. The sole scorer for Georgia was Georges Mikautadze (32′). Turkey, on the other hand, took 22 shots at goal, with 8 hitting their mark. Mert Müldür (25′), Arda Güler (65′), and Kerem Aktürkoğlu (97′) found the net for Turkey.

In their last six matches, under Willy Sagnol’s leadership, Georgia has scored a total of 9 goals, averaging 1.5 goals per game.


Czech Republic WWWWWL

After losing their last match against Portugal in Euro 2024, Czech Republic and their fans traveling with them are hoping for a better outcome this time.

During that game, Czech Republic had possession of the ball only 26% of the time and took 5 shots, with only 1 hitting the target. Lukáš Provod scored in the 62nd minute, and Robin Hranáč added an own goal in the 69th minute. Portugal, on the other hand, attempted 19 shots with 8 on target, and Francisco Conceição scored in the 92nd minute.

Known for their exciting games, Czech Republic has seen a total of 22 goals in their last 6 matches, averaging 3.67 goals per game. Their opponents scored 5 of these goals.


Georgia vs Czech Republic Predicted XI

Georgia Predicted XI: Mamardashvili, Kashia, Kverkvelia, Kakabadze, Dvali, Kochorashvili, Chakvetadze, Tsitaishvili, Mekvabishvili, Kvaratskhelia & Mikautadze

Czech Republic Predicted XI: Staněk, Coufal, Holeš, Krejčí, Douděra, Hranáč, Provod, Souček, Šulc, Schick & Kuchta



Based on the matchup between these two teams, it seems Georgia could struggle to breach Czech Republic’s defense. We expect Czech Republic to score at least once, giving them the edge.

Therefore, we predict a closely contested game, with Czech Republic leading 1-0 when the referee ends the match.

Turkey vs Portugal | Euro 2024 (22/06/2024, 17:00)

Two teams who won their first matches face off in Group F’s second round, with Turkey looking to build on their 3-1 victory over Georgia against Portugal. Despite the scoreline suggesting an easy win, Vincenzo Montella’s team needed two exceptional goals to secure victory. Nonetheless, they’re delighted to be on the verge of reaching the Euro knockouts for the first time since 2008.

A win here could secure Turkey’s place in the knockouts, but they’ve never beaten Portugal at a Euro finals (lost 3 times). In fact, they’ve failed to score in all three of those encounters. However, Turkey have scored in 11 of their last 13 international matches, giving them confidence to break their goal drought against Portugal at the Euros.

Portugal didn’t impress in their opener, needing a stoppage-time goal to overcome the Czech Republic 2-1. Manager Roberto Martínez claimed they controlled the game and deserved the win, but he’s worried about their defense, which kept nine clean sheets in ten qualifying matches but has now conceded in five of the last six games.

Like Turkey, Portugal can secure a spot in the knockouts with a win, but they’ve struggled on matchday two in recent Euros, failing to win their second group game in the last two tournaments (drew 1, lost 1). They should be confident of improving that record, having not lost to a team outside FIFA’s top-20 at a Euro final since their defeat to Greece in the 2004 final.


Form Guide


Turkey aims to win again following their recent performance, a 3-1 victory against Georgia in Euro 2024.

During that game, Turkey controlled 56% of the possession and made 22 attempts on goal, with 8 shots on target. The scorers for Turkey were Mert Müldür (25′), Arda Güler (65′), and Kerem Aktürkoğlu (97′). On the other hand, Georgia had 14 shots at goal, with 5 on target, and Georges Mikautadze (32′) scored for them.

Lately, Turkey has struggled to maintain a clean sheet for the full 90 minutes in matches. In fact, they have conceded goals in 5 of their last 6 games, allowing a total of 11 goals during this period.


Portugal WLWLWW

Portugal heads into their next game after securing a 2-1 victory against Czech Republic in Euro 2024.

During that game, Portugal controlled the ball 74% of the time and made 19 attempts to score, hitting the target 8 times. Francisco Conceição (92′) was the sole scorer for Portugal. Meanwhile, Czech Republic had 5 goal attempts, with only 1 finding its mark. Lukáš Provod (62′) and an own goal by Robin Hranáč (69′) contributed to Czech Republic’s score.

Portugal has shown a knack for action-packed matches, with 23 goals in their last 6 games, averaging 3.83 goals per match. Their opponents managed to score 8 of these goals.


Turkey vs Portugal Predicted XI

Turkey Predicted XI: Gunok; Celik, Akayadin, Bardakci, Kadioglu; Calhanoglu, Ayhan, Kocku; Guler, Yildiz, Yilmaz

Portugal Predicted XI: Costa; Dalot, Dias, Pepe, Cancelo; Vitinha, J. Neves, Fernandes; Jota, Ronaldo, Silva



It seems Turkey might score against Portugal, but one goal likely won’t be enough to avoid losing.

We predict a close match ending in a 1-2 victory for Portugal by the end. Let’s hope it’s an exciting game!

Belgium vs Romania | Euro 2024 (22/06/2024, 20:00)

Belgium faced a surprising upset in the first round of Euro 2024 matches, losing 1-0 to Slovakia. This defeat marked manager Domenico Tedesco’s first loss since taking charge of the Red Devils in February 2023. It was also only the second time they failed to score under his leadership.

The scoreline doesn’t show everything. Belgium controlled most of the game stats, and VAR canceled two goals, which midfielder Amadou Onana highlighted. However, they can’t afford another mistake. Belgium has a weak historical record against Romania, winning only one of the last five encounters, though the most recent match was in November 2012.

Romania also caused a stir on matchday one with a convincing 3-0 victory over Ukraine, their largest win in European Championship history. This win places Romania strongly to qualify for the knockout phase for the second consecutive Euro Championship.

Before Monday, Romania had an unimpressive record this summer, not winning any of their previous four matches. They ended that streak with two clean sheets and added another against Ukraine. They aim for their first four-game clean sheet run since September 2015, but stopping Belgium’s offense will be a tough challenge.


Form Guide

Belgium WDDWWL

Belgium aims to do better than their last performance after losing 0-1 in Euro 2024 against Slovakia.

During that match, Belgium controlled 61% of the game and took 16 shots, 6 of which were on target. Slovakia, on the other hand, attempted 10 shots, with 4 on target. Ivan Schranz (7′) scored Slovakia’s goal.

Recent games highlight Belgium’s strong defense. In their last six matches, only 3 goals have gone past their goalkeeper.


Romania WDLDDW

Romania enters this match following a 3-0 victory over Ukraine in Euro 2024.

In that game, Romania only had 29% of the possession and took 9 shots, with 5 hitting the target. Nicolae Stanciu (29′), Răzvan Marin (53′), and Denis Drăguş (57′) scored for Romania. On the other side, Ukraine had 13 attempts on goal, but only 2 were on target.

Romania’s defenders have been solid, conceding just 4 goals in their last 6 matches. Meanwhile, their attackers have scored a total of 7 goals during this period.

Belgium vs Romania Predicted XI

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

Romania Predicted XI: Nita, Ratiu, Dragusin, Burca, Bancu, Marin, Man, Marin, Stanciu, Coman, Dragus



Belgium seems likely to score twice against Romania. Romania might struggle to score at all.

As a result, we predict Belgium will win 2-0 by the end of the game.