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England vs Slovenia: Euro 2024 Betting Breakdown and Best Picks

England needs a convincing win to secure their spot in the next round of Euro 2024, but Slovenia isn’t going down without a fight. With all four teams in Group C still in contention, this clash promises drama and intrigue.

Let’s delve into this key matchup, potential strategies, and the best bets to consider for England’s crucial encounter against Slovenia.

England vs Slovenia: Euro 2024 Betting Breakdown and Best Picks
Harry Kane | JAVIER SORIANO / AFP

What are the latest Euro 2024 odds? Click here to find out.

 

England vs Slovenia Match Information

  • Match: England (1-1-0) vs Slovenia (0-2-0)
  • Location: RheinEnergieStadio, Cologne, Germany
  • Day/Time: Tuesday, June 25, 3 p.m. ET
  • England vs Slovenia Live Stream: Fubo.tv

 

England, one of the biggest favorites to win it all, is undoubtedly one of the tournament’s biggest disappointments. Their squad is full of stars, but many soccer pundits agree that the main problem with this team is coach Gareth Southgate.

Yes, they are at the top of Group C with four points and will almost certainly secure the knockout phase, even with a potential loss here. However, a point or a win in the last game will be enough to finish at the top of the group.

On the other side, after securing a draw against Denmark in the first game, Slovenia was seconds away from winning the match against Serbia and probably securing the next stage. Unfortunately for them, Luka Jovic scored a late equalizer and ruined their chances. Now, they need all three points against England, but they can come out of the group even with a draw.

England is the favorite to win the match at -300 betting odds. You can watch the game on FOX or stream it on FuboTV on Tuesday, June 25th, at 3 pm ET.

 

England vs Slovenia Betting Odds

England
Slovenia
-1½ +110
Handicap
+1½ -130
-300
Moneyline
+925
O 2½ -108
Total
U 2½ -110
+375
Draw
+375

 

  • Slovenia has conceded only two goals so far in this tournament.
  • England’s last three games have finished with fewer than three goals scored.
  • Harry Kane has 11 strikes in his last 12 competitive games for England.
  • Slovenia faced England six times in all competitions with one draw and five losses.
  • Slovenia has played more Euro matches without winning than any other nation, with four draws and one loss in their five games at the tournament.
  • England won on matchday three of the last four European Championship tournaments.

 

Value Bet Alert! England for Half-Time/Full-Time

The key thing for England will be tightening up at the back, while they need to get a better grip on games after getting ahead. They definitely need to improve because the knock-out stages are just around the corner and they will play top teams.

England still needs a result in this game to be assured of a place in the last 16, while three points will confirm them as group winners. While Slovenia is still in the mix to qualify, little from their opening two games suggests they can match the quality of this England side.

The moneyline has no value at -300. Instead, I will back England to win Half Time/Full Time priced at +105 according to the latest soccer lines.

 

 

Bukayo Saka, Harry Kane My Top Scoring Bets

Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka has been one of England’s few bright spots in the tournament so far. He has the ability to take on his man on the outside or the inside and deliver either a telling cross or shot from the left. If his teammates can find a way to combine with him or find a way to get on the end of his work, then England could yet improve their work in attack.

Bayern Munich’s superstar striker Harry Kane may have netted more than 40 times this season, but some people are calling for him to be dropped because he doesn’t run in behind.

This is the same Harry Kane who hasn’t done that his entire career but still amassed a ridiculous number of goals. How Kane responds to the current backlash will be fascinating to see and I will place a bet online on him to find the back of the net at -105.

 

 

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

Who could score for Slovenia against England?


Forward Andraz Sporar, who netted in Slovenia’s final warm-up game before the tournament, played 35 times for Middlesbrough in 2021/22 and he showed great quality against both Denmark and Serbia.

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