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Can Netherlands Extend Unbeaten Run vs Desperate Austria at Euro 2024?

The Netherlands (+115) have avoided defeat in each of their last four matches, and they’ll be looking to continue that trend against Austria in Berlin on Tuesday at Euro 2024.

Whilst Ronald Koeman’s side can book their ticket for the knockout round with a draw, Austria (+265) are in need of a victory to guarantee their presence. What’s the soccer best bet to cash in on Tuesday’s Netherlands vs. Austria match? Let’s find out! Click here to view real-time Euros betting odds.

Can Netherlands Extend Unbeaten Run vs Desperate Austria at Euro 2024?
Xavi Simons | KENZO TRIBOUILLARD / AFP

 

Netherlands vs Austria Match Information

  • Match: Netherlands vs. Austria
  • Location: Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany
  • Day/Time: Tuesday, June 25, Noon ET
  • Netherlands vs. Austria Live Stream: Fubo.tv

 

Netherlands vs Austria Betting Odds

Netherlands
Austria
-½ (+115)
Handicap
+½ (-135)
+110
Moneyline
+295
+215
Draw
+215
Over 2½ (Ev)
Total
Under 2½ (-120)
Over 1½ (+102) | Under 1½ (-132)
Team Total
Over ½ (-235) | Under ½ (+185)

 

  • The Netherlands have won each of their two meetings with Austria in major tournaments, winning 5-1 in the 1978 World Cup before beating them 2-0 in the most recent Euros.
  • Apart from their 1-0 loss to France in the Euros, both teams have scored in Austria’s last four matches.
  • The Netherlands have reached the knockout round in seven of their last Euro tournaments.
  • Austria have lost just one of their last nine matches.
  • Austria have not beaten the Netherlands since May 1990 in a friendly 3-2 win in Vienna.

 

Goals Galore for Netherlands vs Austria?

Despite losing a litany of key players due to injury over the past month, like Teun Koopmeiners and Frenkie de Jong, the Netherlands are riding a wave of momentum and sit atop Group D going into the final group stage match. The Oranje sit level on four points with France, one point above Austria and four above Poland thanks in large part to their resilient defense.

Koeman’s side have conceded just three goals in their last nine matches – two of those coming in a friendly defeat to Germany – but their stalwart backline will be put to the test against an Austria side that has proven a competitive force in its opening two matches under Ralf Rangnick.

Austria have lost their last seven matches to the Dutch, their longest current losing streak against any opponent. They’ll be looking to turn around their wretched fortunes with a win. We’re expecting them to come out on the offensive and put their aggressive pressing to use as they look to push for an early opening goal.

That strategy could leave space that could easily be exploited by a counter-attacking unit featuring the likes of Memphis Depay, Cody Gakpo and Jeremie Frimpong for the Netherlands. This has the makings of a high-scoring affair and there’s reason to believe that both teams will find the back of the net in Berlin.

Don’t overthink this – put your money on Both Teams to Score at -165.

 

 

Xavi Simons: Dutch Difference-Maker in Attack

The Netherlands’ 0-0 draw with France was the first time in 11 group stage matches that they failed to score at a major tournament. They have, nevertheless, avoided defeat in each of those 11, winning nine of them. If they are to continue their impressive group stage record, Xavi Simons will likely have a massive role to play.

Simons appeared to have given the Oranje the lead in the 69th minute against France with a stunning finish, but it was ruled out due to offsides from Denzel Dumfries. At 21 years of age, the PSG loanee has established himself as one of the finest young talents in world football. Capable of wriggling past opponents, wreaking havoc in transition and testing the keeper from range, Simons racked up 19 goal contributions at RB Leipzig this past season, with his 11 assists second only to Alex Grimaldo (13).

He has been lively throughout the tournament, and we’re backing him to register at least a shot on target against Austria. At -136, Simons to get a shot on target is a guaranteed slam dunk in your Euro betting prop picks.

 

 

Odds and information are accurate at the time of writing. Please check with official sources for the latest updates before placing any bets.

 

Questions Of The Day

Which match is likely to see both teams score in the Euros?


Four of Austria’s last five matches have seen both teams score, and we’re backing that trend to continue vs. the Netherlands.

Which player is likely to score in the Euros?


If there’s one player capable of stepping up with a goal for the Netherlands and delivering the goods vs. Austria, it’s Xavi Simons.

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