Predictions 23 – 26.06.2024

Scotland vs Hungary | Euro 2024 (23/06/2024, 20:00)

The final round of matches in Group A at Euro 2024 is approaching, and both Scotland and Hungary must secure a win to keep their hopes alive for advancing to the knockout stages. Neither team has managed a victory in their first two matches. However, Scotland earned their first point with a hard-fought 1-1 draw against Switzerland in Cologne on Wednesday, partially redeeming themselves from their heavy 5-1 loss to Germany in the opener.

Manager Steve Clarke’s approach seemed effective, but Scotland faces challenges heading into this crucial game. They are without key defender Kieran Tierney, who was injured during the match against Switzerland and will miss their first competitive encounter with Hungary. Scotland has a significant opportunity to qualify for the knockout stages of a major tournament for the first time in their history, having failed to do so in 11 previous attempts.

Hungary, considered ‘dark horses’ before the tournament with only one loss in 16 matches leading up to Euro 2024 (10 wins, 5 draws), has disappointed with two consecutive two-goal defeats in the finals. Marco Rossi’s team remains hopeful despite their setbacks, drawing on the spirit from their impressive performance in the last Euros, where they narrowly missed advancing from a tough group with France, Portugal, and Germany.

Germany, who defeated Hungary 2-0 on Wednesday, also posed difficulties for them in the past. Rossi expressed frustration over refereeing decisions he perceived as biased, complicating Hungary’s rebound. They now face the challenge of breaking an eight-match winless streak at the Euros, having drawn 4 times and lost 4 times, with three of those losses resulting in them failing to score.


Form Guide

Scotland LLWDLD

Scotland go into this match after drawing 1-1 against Switzerland in Euro 2024.

During the game, Scotland held 48% possession and took 12 shots, with 3 on target. Scott McTominay (13′) scored the lone goal for Scotland. On the other hand, Switzerland had 11 attempts on goal, with 4 on target. Xherdan Shaqiri (26′) scored for Switzerland.

It’s been uncommon for Scotland to keep a clean sheet recently. They have conceded goals in 5 of their last 6 matches, totaling 13 goals against them during this period.


Hungary WWLWLL

Following their recent defeat to Germany in Euro 2024, Hungary and their fans are eager for a better outcome in their upcoming match.

In that game, Hungary had 31% possession and attempted 11 shots, with 4 on target. Germany, meanwhile, had 19 shots with 7 on target. Jamal Musiala (22′) and İlkay Gündoğan (67′) scored for Germany.

Under Marco Rossi, Hungary has scored a total of 8 goals in their last six matches. They have conceded 7 goals during this period.


Scotland vs Hungary Predicted XI

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

Hungary Predicted XI: Gulácsi; Fiola, Orbán, Dárdai; Bolla, Á Nagy, Schäfer, Kerkez; Sallai, Szoboszlai, B Varga



We believe Hungary and Scotland will engage in a closely-contested match.

There shouldn’t be much between them, making a draw a realistic outcome. Our prediction is a hard-fought 1-1 draw at full-time.


Switzerland vs Germany | Euro 2024 (23/06/2024, 20:00)

Switzerland has nearly secured a spot in the Euro 2024 knockout phase after collecting four points from their first two matches. One more point guarantees them second place regardless of Scotland’s results. Their strong form extends from a solid record in their last 16 matches (7 wins, 8 draws, 1 loss).

In the previous Euro tournament, Switzerland achieved their best-ever performance by reaching the quarter-finals, defeating the reigning world champions France along the way. This success underscores their capability against top teams on the grand stage. However, facing host nation Germany in Frankfurt poses a significant challenge, not only because Germany has won three Euros—joint-record—but also due to Switzerland’s historical struggle in their head-to-head matchups (9 wins, 8 draws, 36 losses).

Germany started their campaign impressively by thrashing Scotland and comfortably defeating Hungary, securing their spot in the knockout stages with a game to spare. These victories have contributed to the tournament’s high-scoring nature, as four of the last five encounters between Germany and Switzerland saw at least four goals scored in total (Germany: 2 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss).

While young talents like 21-year-olds Florian Wirtz and Jamal Musiala have showcased their skills, Julian Nagelsmann’s German team boasts an average squad age over 28, potentially making them the oldest Euro champions if they succeed. This mix of youth and experience has been instrumental in their unbeaten record across the last five home games (4 wins, 1 draw), a streak they aim to extend as they pursue a perfect group stage for the first time since 2012.


Form Guide

Switzerland DWWDWD

Switzerland enters this match after a 1-1 draw against Scotland in Euro 2024.

During the game, Switzerland had 52% possession and attempted 11 shots, with 4 on target. Xherdan Shaqiri (26′) scored the lone goal for Switzerland. Scotland, meanwhile, had 12 shots, with 3 on target. Scott McTominay (13′) found the net for Scotland.

Switzerland’s recent defensive performances highlight their strength at the back. They have conceded only 3 goals in their last six matches, demonstrating their defensive solidity.


Germany WWDWWW 

Germany will enter the match following a 2-0 victory against Hungary in Euro 2024.

In that game, Germany dominated possession with 69% and made 19 attempts on goal, with 7 shots on target. Jamal Musiala (22′) and İlkay Gündoğan (67′) were the scorers for Germany. Hungary, on the other hand, had 11 shots at goal, with 4 on target.

Germany’s defense has been reliable, conceding only 3 goals in their last 6 matches overall. Meanwhile, their attackers have scored a total of 13 goals during this period.


Switzerland vs Germany Predicted XI

Switzerland Predicted XI: Sommer; Schär, Akanji, Rodriguez; Widmer, Xhaka, Freuler, Aebischer; Ndoye, Embolo, Vargas

Germany Predicted XI: Neuer; Kimmich, Rüdiger, Tah, Mittelstädt; Andrich, Kroos; Musiala, Gündoğan, Wirtz; Havertz



We expect Switzerland to be frustrated if they fail to score against this strong Germany team, but even scoring a goal may not be enough to avoid defeat.

As a result, we predict a tightly contested match with Germany winning 2-1 at the final whistle. Let’s hope it’s an exciting game!

Croatia vs Italy | Euro 2024 (24/06/2024, 20:00)

In Group B, Croatia managed a 2-2 draw against Albania during their second match. This helped them avoid back-to-back losses in the same major tournament for the first time since Euro ’96. However, it offered little comfort for a team that finished in the top three at the last two FIFA World Cups. They suffered a 3-0 defeat from Spain and only salvaged a draw with a last-minute goal against Albania. To advance from the group stage for a third consecutive European tournament, Croatia must now secure a victory in their final group game against defending champions Italy.

Croatia’s poor goal difference could hinder Zlatko Dalić’s team if they end up competing for one of the four best third-place spots. Adding to their challenges, Croatia has not kept a clean sheet in nine consecutive Euro matches, conceding ten goals in their last three games!

Italy, on the other hand, faced a 1-0 loss to Spain due to an own goal from Riccardo Calafiori. They were fortunate not to suffer a more significant defeat, with goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma displaying excellent form. Italy remains on track to advance if they avoid defeat in their upcoming match, continuing their trend from the last three competitive encounters, all of which ended in 1-1 draws, thanks to Donnarumma and a 2-1 victory over Albania in their first match.

A draw against Croatia would secure Italy’s fifth consecutive appearance in the Euro knockout stages. However, coach Luciano Spalletti remains cautious. His team has failed to keep a clean sheet in six straight Euro finals matches, a streak that began ironically after matchday three of the last tournament, putting pressure on their forwards to perform well in the upcoming game.


Form Guide

Croatia DWWWLD

Croatia gets ready for their upcoming game after drawing 2-2 against Albania in Euro 2024.

In five out of the last six matches involving Croatia, there have been at least three goals per game. During these games, Croatia scored a total of 11 goals, while their opponents managed 8 goals.



Italy, following their recent loss against Spain in Euro 2024, aims to bounce back in their upcoming match.

During their last game, Italy maintained possession for 43% of the match and attempted 4 shots, with only 1 hitting the target. The sole goal for Italy came from Riccardo Calafiori (55′ Own goal). Spain, on the other hand, made 20 attempts at goal, with 9 of them on target.

Italy’s defense has been solid, conceding only 2 goals in their last 6 matches combined. In the same span, they scored a total of 7 goals themselves.


Croatia vs Italy Predicted XI

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

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



In our opinion, Croatia will need luck to score against Italy. Italy is expected to score themselves and win the game, likely with a 1-0 result after 90 minutes. We predict a close and competitive match.


Albania vs Spain | Euro 2024 (24/06/2024, 20:00)

Albania’s late equalizer against Croatia salvaged a 2-2 draw, keeping their hopes alive in Euro 2024. If Sylvinho’s team wins their next match, they can reach four points on matchday four, likely securing a spot in the knockout stages. However, beating Spain for that win would be a huge upset, considering they’ve lost all eight previous matchups by a combined score of 31-3!

Despite a narrow loss to Italy (2-1) and Spain (2-1) in their last encounter, the Red and Blacks find some optimism as they approach their final group game. They’ve earned praise for their determination and perseverance, highlighted by scoring the quickest goal in European Championship history (23 seconds against Italy) and the latest non-extra time equalizer (95th minute against Croatia).

Spain secured their place in the knockout stage with a 1-0 victory over Italy on Thursday, topping their group. Despite dominating the game, they missed opportunities to score more goals against the reigning champions. With four consecutive wins and only one goal conceded, Luis de la Fuente’s team is proving to be a formidable force and is gaining momentum in the tournament.

The coach praised their “fantastic” performance but remains grounded, emphasizing they are taking the tournament step by step and won’t get ahead of themselves. Facing the three-time European champions in the knockout stage will be daunting, especially if Spain extends their perfect record against their opponents to nine wins in the group stage.


Form Guide

Albania LLWWLD

Albania enters this match following a 2-2 draw against Croatia in Euro 2024.

During the game, Albania held 33% possession and took 15 shots, with 7 on target. Qazim Laçi (11′) and Klaus Gjasula (own goal, 76′) scored for Albania, while Croatia managed 21 shots, 9 of which were on target. Andrej Kramarić (74′) scored for Croatia.

It’s been uncommon for Albania to keep a clean sheet recently. They have conceded goals in 5 of their last 6 matches, totaling 9 goals against them during this period.



Spain will enter their next match after securing a 1-0 victory against Italy in Euro 2024.


During that game, Spain controlled 57% of the possession and attempted 20 shots, with 9 on target. Italy, on the other hand, had 4 attempts at goal, with only 1 on target. Riccardo Calafiori (55′) scored an own goal for Italy.

Spain’s recent matches have been characterized by their tendency to produce goals, with a total of 21 goals scored in their last six games—an average of 3.5 goals per match. Their opponents have managed to score 5 goals during these encounters.


Albania vs Spain Predicted XI

Albania Predicted XI: Strakosha; Hysaj, Ajeti, Gjimshiti, Mitaj; Ramadani, Asllani, Laci; Bajrami, Hoxha, Manaj

Spain Predicted XI: Raya; Navas, Vivian, Laporte, Grimaldo; Merino, Zubimendi, Olmo; Torres, Joselu, Oyarzabal



In our view, Spain is expected to have numerous shots on goal and capitalize on them effectively.

On the other hand, Albania may struggle to score, but we believe they are likely to find a way to score in this match.

Our prediction is a comfortable 3-1 victory for Spain by the end of the game.

France vs Poland | Euro 2024 (25/06/2024, 17:00)

It’s all up for grabs in Group D on the final matchday, with just one point separating the top three teams. France, with four points, knows a draw will secure a top-two spot. They are in a strong position to advance, but missing the win against their closest rivals, the Netherlands, on Friday night (0-0 draw) means they might have a tougher path in the knockout stages.

France could still finish at the top with various scenarios, but the most likely requires them to win. However, France hasn’t won their final group stage match in the last eight major tournaments (World Cup/Euros) they’ve played. If this streak continues, they can’t top the group.

Adding to France’s final day woes, Poland, already out of the competition, could play spoiler. Lack of playtime for star Robert Lewandowski has hurt Poland, but late-game collapses have been their downfall in Group D, with both losses decided by goals after the 60-minute mark.

The outlook isn’t great for Poland either. They’ve lost three of their last four final group stage matches at the European Championships. Each of these losses came in tournaments where they were eliminated at this stage, suggesting a fourth loss could follow. Additionally, Poland hasn’t beaten France since 1982, making it hard to find much hope for an upset.


Form Guide


France enters this game following a 0-0 draw against the Netherlands in their Euro 2024 qualifier.

In that match, France controlled 63% of the possession and took 15 shots, with 3 on target. The Netherlands managed 8 shots, with 4 on target.

Recent results highlight the solidity of the French defense, which has conceded only 4 goals in their last six matches, demonstrating their strong defensive performance.



Poland’s recent performance in Euro 2024, particularly their defeat to Austria, has highlighted both their offensive capabilities and defensive vulnerabilities. In the match against Austria, Poland had 47% possession and made 15 attempts on goal, with 3 on target. Krzysztof Piątek was their lone scorer in the 30th minute. Austria, however, proved more clinical with 9 out of their 15 shots on target, resulting in goals from Gernot Trauner (9′), Christoph Baumgartner (66′), and Marko Arnautović (78′).

5 out of their last 6 matches, at least three goals have been scored, with an overall average of 3.33 goals per game. Poland themselves have averaged 2 goals per game during this period.


France vs Poland Predicted XI

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

Poland Predicted XI: Szczesny; Bednarek, Dawidowicz, Kiwior; Frankowski, Zielinski, Slisz, Moder, Zalewski; Swiderski, Lewandowski



We think France will create many chances and shots on target.

Poland, on the other hand, might struggle to score. However, they will likely score at least once.

We predict France will win 3-1 when the game ends.

Netherlands vs Austria | Euro 2024 (25/06/2024, 17:00)

The final matchday of Group D at Euro 2024 might not promise much excitement. The Netherlands and Austria face off in Berlin, knowing a draw would likely push both forward. For the Dutch, at the top of the group due to goals scored, a recent goalless draw with France keeps them hopeful. Fans were upset when Xavi Simons’ goal was ruled offside.

Ronald Koeman’s team isn’t too disappointed, as a good result against France extended their strong streak to just one loss in nine matches. They believe they can continue this streak, having won the last seven games against Austria, including one in Euro 2020’s group stage.

Austria has impressed with their two performances, following a close 1-0 loss to France with a 3-1 win over Poland. This was only the second time they scored three times in a single Euros game, showing Ralf Rangnick’s impact as they aim to reach the knockout stages for the second time.

Like the Netherlands, Austria is in great form, losing just one of their last nine matches. They head to the Olympiastadion confident of another positive result, knowing that no third-placed team with four points was eliminated at Euro 2020.


Form Guide

Netherlands WLWWWD

Netherlands are getting ready for the match after a 0-0 draw against France in Euro 2024.

In that game, Netherlands had 37% possession. They took 8 shots, with 4 on target. France took 15 shots, with 3 on target.

Their recent results show strong defensive efforts. Netherlands have allowed only 3 goals in their last six matches.


Austria WWWDLW

Austria played Poland recently and won 3-1 in the Euro 2024 match.

In that game, Austria had 53% of the ball and took 15 shots, with 9 on target. Gernot Trauner scored at 9 minutes, Christoph Baumgartner at 66 minutes, and Marko Arnautović at 78 minutes for Austria. Poland had 15 shots, with 3 on target. Krzysztof Piątek scored for Poland at 30 minutes.

Austria has allowed goals in 5 of their last 6 games, with 5 goals conceded. They need to strengthen their defense.


Netherlands vs Austria Predicted XI

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

Austria Predicted XI: Pentz; Posch, Danso, Lienhart, Mwene; Seiwald, Laimer; Wimmer, Baumgartner, Sabitzer; Gregoritsch   



We think Austria might struggle to score against the Netherlands, who will likely dominate.

We predict a close match with a 1-0 win for the Netherlands.

Denmark vs Serbia | Euro 2024 (25/06/2024, 20:00)

Denmark controlled much of their recent match against England. However, they only managed a 1-1 draw. This was the same score as their first game against Slovenia. Now, they need to beat Serbia in their final Group C game to qualify for the knockout rounds.

A draw might be enough to move on if they rank as one of the best third-placed teams. But, having won just one of their last ten group stage games in major tournaments, the pressure is on to secure a win. Denmark is unbeaten in six matches in 2024. Manager Kasper Hjulmand believes his team can beat Serbia again, having won their last three meetings with a total score of 8-1.

Luka Jović’s goal in the 95th minute helped Serbia draw 1-1 with Slovenia. Despite this draw, Serbia sits at the bottom of Group C after losing 1-0 to England in their first game. Unlike Denmark, Serbia must win this game to advance to the Round of 16.

Serbia’s recent form suggests winning will be tough. They’ve won just four of their last 13 internationals in the past year. Their poor defensive record is a major issue, with only two clean sheets in that time. In major tournaments, they haven’t won in seven games, conceding in all of them, which doesn’t inspire confidence.


Form Guide

Denmark DWWWDD

Denmark will compete in the upcoming match after drawing 1-1 against England in Euro 2024.

During that game, Denmark held onto the ball for 51% of the time and took 16 shots, with 7 aimed accurately at the goal. Morten Hjulmand (34′) was the lone scorer for Denmark. England attempted 12 shots, with 4 on target, and Harry Kane (18′) scored for them.

Their recent performances clearly show the hard work of Denmark’s defense. They have allowed only 4 goals in their last six matches, indicating strong defensive play.



In their last match, Serbia played against Slovenia in Euro 2024 and ended with a 1-1 draw.

Serbia held the ball for 61% of the match and made 15 attempts to score, hitting the target 4 times. Luka Jović scored for Serbia in the 95th minute. On the other side, Slovenia managed 11 shots on goal, with 4 being on target. Žan Karničnik scored for Slovenia in the 69th minute.

Over their last 6 games, Serbia, coached by Dragan Stojković, scored a total of 6 goals, averaging 1 goal per game.


Denmark vs Serbia Predicted XI

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

Serbia Predicted XI: Rajkovic; Veljkovic, Pavlovic, Milenkovic; Zivkovic, Gudelj, Lukic, Mladenovic; Tadic, Samardzic; Mitrovic



We think Serbia will get plenty of opportunities to score against Denmark, but not as many as Denmark might score against Serbia.

We predict a close match ending in a 2-1 win for Denmark after 90 minutes. It should be a highly competitive game.

England vs Slovenia | Euro 2024 (25/06/2024, 20:00)

England faces pressure as they enter their last Group C match of Euro 2024 against Slovenia. Despite already securing their place in the knockout stages, lackluster performances in their first two matches against Serbia (1-0) and Denmark (1-1) have drawn severe criticism for manager Gareth Southgate. Southgate now hopes his team can finish strongly and secure the top spot.

The main issue has been England’s disjointed attacking displays, a problem that has persisted in their recent matches and predated the current tournament. They have failed to score more than one goal in each of their last three international games and have only scored multiple goals in two of their last seven fixtures. Recent head-to-head history also suggests low-scoring encounters, with only one goal scored in total between England and Slovenia in their last two meetings in 2016 and 2017 (1 win for England, 1 draw).

Despite being two points behind their opponents, Slovenia’s camp is upbeat after two draws have kept their hopes alive for reaching the knockout phase. This tournament marks their first appearance in the European Championship finals in 24 years. They narrowly missed their first-ever tournament victory when Serbia equalized deep into stoppage time in their last outing (1-1), extending their unbeaten streak to an impressive eight matches (4 wins, 4 draws).

While England will pose tougher opposition compared to Slovenia’s previous opponents in the tournament, Slovenia has demonstrated their ability to compete with top teams. Since the beginning of the year, they have defeated two nations ranked in FIFA’s top 11—USA and Portugal—and notably kept clean sheets in both matches, a statistic that highlights England’s struggles in attack.


Form Guide

England LDWLWD

England enters this match on the heels of a 1-1 draw against Denmark in Euro 2024.

In that game, England held 49% of the possession and attempted 12 shots on goal, with 4 of them on target. The lone goal for England came from Harry Kane in the 18th minute. Denmark, on the other hand, took 16 shots, 7 of which were on target, and Morten Hjulmand scored for them in the 34th minute.

Looking at their last six matches prior to this, Gareth Southgate’s England have scored a total of 7 goals, averaging 1.17 goals per match.


Slovenia DWWDDD

In their previous Euro 2024 match, Slovenia played to a 1-1 draw against Serbia.

During the game, Slovenia maintained 39% possession and made 11 attempts on goal, with 4 shots hitting the target. Žan Karničnik scored for Slovenia in the 69th minute. Meanwhile, Serbia recorded 15 shots on goal, 4 of which were on target, and Luka Jović scored for them in the 95th minute.

In their last six matches overall, Slovenia have scored a total of 9 goals and have not been held scoreless in any of those games. However, they have conceded 6 goals over that period.


England vs Slovenia Predicted XI

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

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



Assessing both teams, England is expected to dominate possession and create several scoring opportunities.

On the other hand, Slovenia may find it challenging to generate many shots but could still pose occasional threats.

Based on this analysis, we predict a controlled 3-1 victory for England at the end of the 90 minutes.

Chile vs Argentina | Copa America (26/06/2024, 02:00)

The spotlight of the 2024 Copa América now turns to the match at MetLife Stadium, where Chile and Argentina clash in New Jersey. This fixture carries added significance as it mirrors the 2015 and 2016 finals, both of which Chile won on penalties. For La Roja, the stakes are high following a disappointing goalless draw against rivals Peru in their opening game, intensifying their need for a positive result against Argentina.

Chile’s recent form has been concerning, with just three victories in their last 11 matches (4 draws, 4 losses). Manager Ricardo Gareca faces the urgent task of avoiding defeat in this crucial encounter to steer clear of potential group stage elimination from the Copa América, a fate they haven’t suffered since 2004—a tournament where Argentina famously lost in the final to arch-rivals Brazil on penalties.

Argentina, on the other hand, have enjoyed revenge since those defeats, triumphing over Brazil in the 2021 final to claim their first Copa trophy since 1993. The defending champions began their title defense strongly with a 2-0 victory over Canada in the tournament opener. A win in this fixture would secure their early qualification to the knockout stages, affording manager Lionel Scaloni the luxury of resting players in the final group match.

Historically, Argentina has dominated this fixture with a record of 62 wins, 24 draws, and 8 losses in head-to-head encounters against Chile. Moreover, Argentina boasts an impressive record of 20 wins from their last 21 matches overall, highlighting their strong position to advance in a competition where they have reached the quarter-finals in each of their last 14 appearances.


Form Guide


Chile comes into this match after a goalless draw against Peru in the Copa America.

In that match, Chile controlled 65% of the possession and attempted 11 shots at goal, with only 1 shot on target. Peru, their opponents, managed 7 shots in total, with 4 of them on target.

A notable trend in Chile’s recent matches is the frequency of scoreless outcomes. In their last six games leading up to this one, “Both Teams to Score” would have resulted in a loss in 5 of those matches.


Argentina WWWWWW 

Argentina enters the upcoming clash following a 2-0 victory over Canada in the Copa America.

In that match, Argentina dominated possession with 65% and recorded 19 shots on goal, with 9 of them on target. Julián Álvarez scored in the 49th minute, followed by a goal from Lautaro Martínez in the 88th minute. Canada, their opponents, managed 10 attempts at goal, with 2 shots on target.

Argentina’s defense has been solid recently, conceding only 2 goals in their last 6 matches. Meanwhile, their attacking prowess has been evident with their forwards scoring a total of 14 goals over the same period.


Chile vs Argentina Predicted XI

Chile Predicted XI: Bravo; Isla, Lichnovsky, Diaz, Suazo; Nunez, Pulgar; Davila, Sanchez, Osorio; Vargas

Argentina Predicted XI:  E. Martínez; Molina, Romero, Li. Martinez, Acuna; De Paul, Paredes, Mac Allister, Lo Celso; Messi, Alvarez



In our view, Chile is likely to score against this Argentina team, but a solitary goal might not be enough to avoid a loss.

Therefore, we predict Argentina will secure a narrow 2-1 victory at the end of the 90 minutes.


Ukraine vs Belgium | Euro 2024 (26/06/2024, 17:00)

For the first time in their extensive histories, Ukraine and Belgium will face off in a pivotal clash to conclude Group E of Euro 2024. With all four teams tied on three points each going into the final group stage matchday—a first in European Championship history—both sides are aiming for victory to secure the top spot and the advantageous matchup against a third-placed team in the knockout stage.

Ukraine approaches qualification with a sense of expectation rather than mere hope, having appeared in their fourth consecutive Euro finals and achieving their best-ever performance by reaching the quarter-finals in the 2020 edition. Their resilient spirit and comeback prowess were evident once again in their second group game against Slovakia, where they came from behind to win 2-1 after initially trailing 1-0.

Belgium, meanwhile, needs just a draw to secure their place in the top two of Group E, but they are aiming for victory to top the group and advance to the knockout phase for the third consecutive European Championship. The current squad aims to surpass the achievements of the much-vaunted ‘Golden Generation,’ who fell short at the quarter-final stage in their last two major tournaments.

Despite Belgium never having played at Stuttgart before, their new manager Domenico Tedesco has fond memories of the venue, having achieved victories by two-goal margins in three of his last four visits with his previous club (3 wins, 1 draw). This trend mirrors Belgium’s recent performance in Euro 2024, where they secured a 2-0 victory over Romania by scoring in both halves, continuing a pattern seen in their last four international wins.


Form Guide

Ukraine WDLWLW

Ukraine, coming off a victory in their previous match, will aim for a similar outcome following a 2-1 win against Slovakia in Euro 2024.

In that game, Ukraine held 44% possession and attempted 13 shots on goal, with 5 of them on target. Mykola Shaparenko (54′) and Roman Yaremchuk (80′) were the scorers for Ukraine. Slovakia, on the other hand, registered 14 shots at goal, with 5 on target, and Ivan Schranz (17′) found the net for them.

In five out of the last six matches involving Ukraine, at least three goals were scored per game. During this period, Ukraine conceded 8 goals while scoring a total of 9 themselves.


Belgium DDWWLW

Belgium enters this match after securing a 2-0 victory over Romania in Euro 2024.

In that game, Belgium controlled 55% of the possession and attempted 20 shots on goal, with 9 shots on target. Youri Tielemans opened the scoring in the 2nd minute, followed by a goal from Kevin De Bruyne in the 80th minute. Romania, their opponents, managed 14 attempts at goal, with 5 shots on target.

Belgium’s defense has been solid recently, conceding only 3 goals in their last 6 matches combined. Meanwhile, their forwards have scored a total of 8 goals over the same period.


Ukraine vs Belgium Predicted XI

Ukraine Predicted XI: Trubin; Tymchyk, Zabarnyi, Svatok, Matviyenko, Mykolenko; Tsygankov, Shaparenko, Brazhko, Mudryk; Yaremchuk

Belgium Predicted XI: Casteels; Castagne, Faes, Vertonghen, Theate; Tielemans, Onana, De Bruyne; Doku, Lukaku, Bakayoko  



We believe Ukraine could face a challenge scoring against Belgium’s lineup, which we expect to secure a hard-fought victory.

Therefore, our prediction is a closely contested match with Belgium clinching a 1-0 win at the end of the 90 minutes

Slovakia vs Romania | Euro 2024 (26/06/2024, 17:00)

Group E presents the most intriguing scenario in terms of outcomes at this UEFA European Championship going into matchday three, with all four teams level on three points each. Slovakia currently sits third and must secure a victory against Romania. Alternatively, a draw could see them qualify as one of the best third-placed teams. Their path would have been simpler if they hadn’t lost 2-1 to Ukraine in their second match after taking the lead, which dampened the momentum from their surprising 1-0 upset over Belgium.

Francesco Calzona’s team has consistently scored early in their recent matches, including both goals in this tournament, with three of those goals coming within the first 20 minutes. Another fast start in this crucial match could propel the Falcons towards advancing from the group stage for the second time in three appearances as an independent nation at the Euros.

Romania, on the other hand, hasn’t progressed from the group stage of the Euros since 2000 and must avoid defeat against Slovakia to ensure advancement to the round of 16. A win could even see them top the group, while a loss would require them to hope for a Belgium victory to finish third. Following their surprising 3-0 win over Ukraine in their opener, Romania suffered a 2-0 defeat against Belgium in their second match. Those three goals against Ukraine remain Romania’s only goals in their last four matches (1 win, 2 draws, 1 loss), highlighting their struggle to score consistently.

Historically, Romania has struggled to find the net at Euros finals, failing to score in five of their last nine such matches (1 win, 3 draws, 5 losses). Moreover, they have lost four of their last five matchday-three fixtures in Euros finals (1 win), with their only victory coming in 2000 against England (3-2), propelling them to the quarter-finals.


Form Guide

Slovakia LDWWWL

Slovakia will aim to bounce back from their recent performance following a 1-2 defeat in Euro 2024 against Ukraine.

In that match, Slovakia held 56% possession and made 14 attempts on goal, with 5 shots on target. In the 17th minute, Ivan Schranz scored the goal for Slovakia. Ukraine, meanwhile, had 13 attempts on goal, with 5 shots on target, and scored through Mykola Shaparenko (54′) and Roman Yaremchuk (80′).

Under Francesco Calzona, Slovakia has seen their attacking efforts rewarded with a total of 11 goals in their last six matches. They have conceded 5 goals during the same period.


Romania DLDDWL

Following their loss against Belgium in Euro 2024, Romania will be looking to bounce back in their upcoming match.

In that game, Romania had 45% possession and managed 14 shots on goal, with 5 on target. Belgium, their opponents, had 20 attempts on goal, hitting the target 9 times. Youri Tielemans scored early in the 2nd minute, and Kevin De Bruyne added another goal in the 80th minute for Belgium.

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


Slovakia vs Romania Predicted XI

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

Romania Predicted XI: Nita; Ratiu, Dragusin, Burca, Bancu; R Marin, M Marin, Stanciu; Man, Dragus, Mihaila



We anticipate a closely contested match between Romania and Slovakia, where both teams have a good chance of scoring.

Given the balanced nature of this matchup, a draw seems likely, reflecting the parity between the teams. Therefore, we predict a tight game ending in a 1-1 draw at the final whistle.

Georgia vs Portugal | Euro 2024 (26/06/2024, 20:00)

If Saba Lobzhanidze had shown more composure with his last-minute chance against the Czech Republic, Georgia could have celebrated their first-ever win at a major tournament as an independent nation. Instead, they settled for a 1-1 draw, leaving them at the bottom of the group. Despite this, the lowest-ranked nation at UEFA Euro 2024 still has a chance to advance with a victory.

Securing a win against Portugal, one of the tournament favorites, appears daunting. However, Portugal’s already secured group victory might play into Georgia’s hands. Under Willy Sagnol, Georgia has demonstrated a significant goal-scoring threat, finding the net in all but one of their last 11 international matches. Scoring first could be pivotal for Georgia, who have avoided defeat in the last 18 matches when opening the scoring (16 wins, 2 draws).

After completing two rounds of group matches at Euro 2024 with a flawless record, Portugal stands among the three teams with a 100% record, having defeated Turkey and the Czech Republic. They now have an opportunity to finish the group stage undefeated at a major tournament for the first time since the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany, where they reached the semi-finals.

Anything short of matching that achievement would likely be viewed as a disappointment for Portugal, given the exceptional talent within their squad. Roberto Martínez has the chance to rotate his squad and showcase their depth on the final matchday of the group, potentially giving playing time to players like Danilo Pereira, Matheus Nunes, João Félix, and Gonçalo Ramos, who have yet to feature in the tournament.


Form Guide

Georgia LWDWLD

Georgia enters this match after a 1-1 draw against the Czech Republic in Euro 2024.

In that game, Georgia held 38% possession and managed 5 shots at goal, with 1 shot on target. Georges Mikautadze scored the only goal for Georgia just before halftime (45′). The Czech Republic, on the other hand, attempted 27 shots at goal, hitting the target 12 times. Patrik Schick found the net for the Czech Republic in the 59th minute.

Under Willy Sagnol, Georgia has scored a total of 8 goals in their last six matches. They have also conceded 8 goals.


Portugal LWLWWW

Portugal enters this matchup after a convincing 3-0 victory over Turkey in Euro 2024.

In that game, Portugal controlled 57% of possession and registered 12 shots on goal, with 3 on target. Bernardo Silva opened the scoring in the 21st minute, followed by a goal from Bruno Fernandes in the 56th minute. Turkey contributed an own goal scored by Samet Akaydin in the 28th minute. They managed 11 shots at goal, with 3 on target.

The statistics reveal that Portugal has conceded goals in 5 of their last 6 matches, with opposing teams scoring a total of 9 goals against them during that period. Defensively, Portugal has shown vulnerabilities recently.


Georgia vs Portugal Predicted XI

Georgia Predicted XI: Mamardashvili; Kverkveliya, Kashia, Dvali; Kakabadze, Mekvabishvili, Kochorashvili, Tsitaishvili; Davitashvili, Kvaratskhelia; Mikautadze

Portugal Predicted XI: Costa; Semedo, A Silva, Dias, Cancelo; Neves, Palhinha; B Silva, Fernandes, Felix; Ronaldo



We believe Georgia has the capability to score against this Portugal team, but scoring just one goal might not be sufficient to avoid defeat.

As such, our prediction is a 2-1 victory for Portugal after 90 minutes.

Czech Republic vs Turkey | Euro 2024 (26/06/2024, 20:00)

After a loss to Portugal in their opener and a draw against Georgia in their second match, the Czech Republic must secure at least a point against Turkey to keep their hopes alive in Group F of Euro 2024. Failing to do so would result in them exiting the group stage without a victory for only the second time in their Euros history, the first instance being in 2016 when they also faced Turkey in their final group game and lost 2-0 in Lens.

Historically, the Czechs have faced Turkey several times, winning just two out of the last eight encounters (with one draw and five losses). By the time their match kicks off on Wednesday, Ivan Hašek’s team will have the advantage of knowing exactly what they need to qualify as one of the best third-placed teams, with all other groups having concluded.

Turkey, meanwhile, also have their sights set on advancing to the knockout rounds, buoyed by their three points earned so far. Before the tournament, they had endured a run of five winless games (two draws and three losses), making their current position promising. Their Euro 2024 campaign began with a strong 3-1 victory over Georgia, raising hopes of emulating their 2008 team that reached the semi-finals. However, they were brought back to earth by a 3-0 defeat to Portugal in their second match.

Coach Vincenzo Montella will be aware of Turkey’s recent struggle to score, having failed to net more than one goal in six of their last seven matches. Nevertheless, a draw in this upcoming game against the Czech Republic would secure Turkey a top-two finish in the group.


Form Guide

Czech Republic WWWWLD

The Czech Republic enters this match on the heels of a 1-1 draw against Georgia in their Euro 2024 qualifier.

In that game, the Czech Republic dominated possession with 62% and took 27 shots, 12 of which were on target. Patrik Schick scored for the Czech Republic in the 59th minute. Georgia, on the other hand, managed 5 shots, with only 1 on target, and Georges Mikautadze scored for them in the 45th minute.

The Czech Republic has struggled to maintain clean sheets recently, conceding in each of their last six games and allowing a total of seven goals.



After their recent defeat to Portugal in the Euro 2024 competition, Turkey is eager to bounce back.

In that match, Turkey held 43% possession and made 11 attempts on goal, with 3 on target. Unfortunately, they scored an own goal by Samet Akaydin in the 28th minute. Portugal, with 12 shots and 3 on target, saw goals from Bernardo Silva (21′) and Bruno Fernandes (56′).

Turkey’s defensive struggles are evident, as they have conceded in 5 of their last 6 games, allowing a total of 11 goals.


Czech Republic vs Turkey Predicted XI

Czech Republic Predicted XI: Stanek; Holes, Hranac, Krejci; Coufal, Soucek, Provod, Doudera; Barak, Hlozek; Chytil

Turkey Predicted XI: Bayindir; Muldur, Demiral, Ayhan, Kadioglu; Yuksek, Calhanoglu; Akturkoglu, Guler, Yildiz; Yilmaz



We believe the Czech Republic may struggle to break down this resilient Turkey team, who we expect to grind out a victory.

Our prediction is for a hard-fought match, concluding with a 1-0 win for Turkey at the end of the 90 minutes.