Group F Predictions & Betting Tips – Euro 2016
Austria v Netherlands betting tips and predictions for the final warm up match for Austria before the Euro 2016 tournament starts next week. Football friendlies are always a little bit of a mixed bag in terms of results and performances, and this one could be a similar sort of game. Austria have the Euro’s […]read more
Germany vs Hungary predictions, betting tips and preview for this weekend’s international friendly as Euro 2016 gets ever closer for both nations. Germany will take on Hungary on Saturday at the Veltins Arena scheduled for a 5pm kick off. The last warm up game for both sides before heading over to France next week […]read more
England v Portugal betting tips and predictions for this week’s international friendly – the last for England before they head off to Euro 2016. England kick-off their Euro 2016 campaign a week on Saturday against Russia and this will be Roy Hodgson’s last chance to see his players in competitive action before jetting off […]read more
Norway will take on Iceland at the Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on Wednesday night scheduled for a 18:45 kick off and our betting preview includes three football tips. Norway v Iceland Betting Tips Draw – 23/10 with Bet365 > BET NOW. Sigurdsson to score at anytime – 17/5 with 888Sport > BET HERE. Both […]read more
Portugal were the top seed for the Euro 2016 draw but in truth they are not to be feared. Austria, Hungary and Iceland will provide stiff competition for Portugal.
Austria and Iceland were very impressive in qualifying and Portugal will need Cristiano Ronaldo to be at his very best otherwise we could see an early shock when Portugal are sent home.
Euro 2016 Group F: Portugal
It will all be about Cristiano Ronaldo once again, but where would Portugal be without him? Not at Euro 2016, that’s for sure. They had a shocking start to qualifying but eventually came good, winning seven qualifiers on the bounce. Four of them were 1-0 and in a side containing Cristiano Ronaldo it is remarkable they struggle to score goals.
Euro 2016 Group F: Austria
Nine wins on the spin meant Austria had the second best record in qualifying behind England. David Alaba is their star who usually plays in midfield for his country. Up front they have a 6ft 5 striker who will be relied upon for goals. Set pieces will be key for Austria using Alaba’s delivery.
Euro 2016 Group F: Hungary
The rank outsiders for the group and 400/1 to win Euro 2016, Hungary scraped through to the play-offs where they beat Norway. In qualifying they had three managers and in a team devoid of any star players, it should be a bottom placed finish in Group F and an early plane home for Hungary.
Euro 2016 Group F: Iceland
Iceland are one of the most popular participants in Euro 2016 simple because of the achievement of getting here. Their population is just 330,000. Swansea’s Gylfi Sigurdsson is the star man who will need to chip in with a couple of goals. If they can stay organised they might challenge Austria and Portugal for a place in the latter stages.
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