6 Tips for Saturday's 3 Euro Games According to Betting Hub's Stats

Wales vs Switzerland Tips

Robert Page’s Wales will kick off their European Championship campaign when they face Switzerland at 2 pm in Azerbaijan at the Baku Olympic Stadium.

Wales will be using Euro 2016 as inspiration coming into this tournament having managed to reach the semi-finals in 2016 where they were eventually beaten by winners Portugal, meanwhile, Switzerland actually come into this game as slight favourites, as they are ranked 13th in the FIFA World Rankings compared to Wales’ 17th place, however with Gareth Bale in the Welsh ranks, anything could be possible for the Dragons.

Both Teams to Score - 6/5

The both teams to score market has a 50% chance of landing when looking at the last five games that each of these sides have played, as this has occurred in two of Wales’ last five games in a 3-1 win against Finland back in November, where Harry Wilson, Dan James and Kieffer Moore all got on the scoresheet, as well as in a 3-1 loss to Belgium in March.

Meanwhile, three of Switzerland’s last five matches have seen both teams score, in a 1-1 draw against Spain in the Nations League in November, as well as in 3-1 and 2-1 wins over Bulgaria and the USA, as strikes from Ricardo Rodriguez and Steven Zuber cancelled out Sebastian Lletget’s fifth-minute opener for America in the latter game.

Wales versus Switzerland has the odds of 6/5 for both teams to score - click here to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Over 2.5 Goals – 7/4

In the last five matches, the Betting Hub app has calculated that there is a 60% chance that over 2.5 goals will be scored in this game. Wales’ results range from 3-0 and 3-1 losses to France and Belgium to a 3-1 victory against Finland, whilst Switzerland recently thumped Liechtenstein 7-0, as well as also beating both the US and Bulgaria as stated above.

Switzerland managed to score nine goals in six Nations League matches against tough opponents in Spain, Germany and Ukraine, but did concede eight times, whilst Wales who spent much of their Nations League campaign without a fully fit Bale managed to score seven in six matches against Finland, Republic of Ireland and Georgia.

Over 2.5 goals in the Wales and Switzerland match is priced at 7/4 to happen.

Denmark vs Finland Tips

Denmark face Finland in what is the first game of Group B, which kicks off at 5 PM at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.

The Danes are comfortable favourites coming into this match, as they have a number of reputable players such as Kasper Schmeichel, Simon Kjaer, Christian Eriksen and Yussuf Poulsen, seeing Kasper Hjulmand’s side ranked as number 10 in the world, surprisingly ahead of the likes of Germany and Holland.

This match will be Finland’s first-ever at a final of a major tournament, having qualified in second place in Group J, ahead of the likes of Greece, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Armenia and Lichtenstein, finishing on 18 points from 10 matches. The Finns who will be reliant on the likes of Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Lukáš Hrádecký and Norwich’s Teemu Pukki are currently ranked as 54th in the world.

Denmark to Win to Nil - 1/1

According to the Betting Hub app, there is just a 35.9% chance of both teams scoring in this match when looking at the season as a whole.

In Denmark’s last five matches they have kept four clean sheets in wins against Bosnia & Herzegovina, Austria, Moldova and Israel, with the only exception being in a 1-1 draw with Germany on 2nd June as Florian Neuhaus scored in the 48th minute of the game before RB Leipzig striker Poulsen tied the game at 1-1 with a strike 19 minutes before time.

Finland have had two poor results in their warm-up matches leading up to Euro 2020, having lost 2-0 and 1-0 to Sweden and Estonia, registering just one shot on target in each match.

Denmark to beat Finland to nil is priced at 1/1 to happen - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Denmark Goal Handicap (-1) – 6/4

Denmark are priced at 6/4 to win with a -1 handicap according to both the Betting Hub App and Sky Bet, which is justified when taking into account Finland’s toothless attack displays in recent matches.

The Danes have been lethal of late, scoring 17 goals in their last five matches, including eight against Moldova and four against Austria without reply. Finland have shipped nine goals in their last five to the likes of Wales, Bosnia, Ukraine, Sweden and Estonia.

Denmark to beat Finland with a -1 Goal Handicap is priced at 6/4.

Belgium vs Russia Tips

Belgium take on Russia in the third match of the day at Euro 2020 in Group B at Gazprom Arena in Saint Petersburg, of which the hosts will come into this match as favourites, as they are ranked as the number 1 team in the world according to the official FIFA World Rankings compared to Russia who are 38th.

Over 2.5 Goals - 1/1

The first tip that has been chosen for this match is for there to be over 2.5 goals, as these teams combine an average of three goals per game in their last five matches, as recently Belgium have beaten the likes of Belarus 8-0 and Wales 3-1 of which Kevin De Bruyne, Thorgan Hazard and Romelu Lukaku all found the back of the net.

Meanwhile, three of Russia’s last five matches have seen over 2.5 goals scored in them, in 2-1 and 3-1 wins against Malta and Slovenia, as well as a 2-1 away loss at Slovakia where goals from Milan Skriniar and Robert Mak either side of Mario Fernandes’ 71st-minute equaliser condemned Stanislav Cherchesov’s side to defeat.

Belgium against Russia has the odds of 1/1 to have over 2.5 goals in it.

Belgium to Win BTTS - 3/1

The next tip which has been chosen for this match is Belgium to win and BTTS which is priced at 3/1 to happen, as combined between these two sides in their last five matches, it is calculated by the Betting Hub app that there is a 70% possibility that this will happen due to the records of the two sides.

As shown by the matches above in the previous tip on this fixture, there have been plenty of matches where both teams have scored and these even include the last two meetings between these two sides, as they were ironically in the same group in the European Championship qualifiers as Roberto Martinez’s side steamrollered Group I, winning all 10 games, scoring 40 in total.

In November 2019, Belgium came out as 4-1 winners in Russia thanks to strikes from Thorgan Hazard, a brace from Eden Hazard and a Lukaku strike, as Georgi Dzhikiya scored a 79th-minute consolation goal for Russia. Their previous meeting came about five months prior to the last meeting, where the Red Devils ran out as 3-1 victors via goals from Youri Tielemans and a brace from Real Madrid forward Hazard.

Belgium are priced at 3/1 to beat Russia with BTTS for the third time in a row.

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