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Sunday 26 June 2016, 17:00
Germany v Slovakia
Germany To WIn To Nil 10/11 @ bet365
Slovakia were bitterly disappointing in the Group Stages despite qualifying, which we recommended at Evens in our Group B Best Bets. Slovakia played well in their opening game but couldn't grab any points against Wales after Hal Robson-Kanu netted a late winner. After losing just two games in two years, Slovakia are now in a bit of poor form compared to the last couple of years, securing just one win in their last four games. Their opponents Germany don't look as impressive as they did in the 2014 World Cup, narrowly beating Northern Ireland and Ukraine 1-0 and 2-0 respectively, they weren't at their best against Ukraine but Michael McGovern was man of the match against Germany, it should have been at least 4-0 to the Germans. Poland created a host of opportunities and could consider themselves unlucky they weren't able to secure three points after Arkadiusz Milik missed two sitters. However, Germany haven't conceded a goal in 360 minutes of football, Slovakia looked dangerous against Wales & Russia, two teams that can be got at, but against England they provided no attacking threat despite England being weak in defence. Germany are tougher at the back with Mats Hummels and Jerome Boateng at the heart of defence, we're backing Germany to beat Slovakia to nil.
Sunday 26 June 2016, 20:00
Hungary v Belgium
Both Teams To Score 13/8 @ bet365
Hungary have been the story of the tournament so far, in our opinion. Not many predicted Hungary to score many goals in the tournament let alone progressing to the last 16 as Group F winners, an outstanding achievement considering they have a 40-year old ex-Crystal Palace player who plays in his tracksuit bottoms in goal while they have the mercurial Zoltan Gera at the age of 37 playing central midfield. Hungary have scored the joint most goals in this year's competition so far alongside Wales, netting six goals in three games. Hungary look to counter quickly through Balázs Dzsudzsák and Adam Szalai, they can pose a real threat to a makeshift Belgium back four. However, Hungary do face a tough task against Marc Wilmots' Belgium who look revitalised since he inserted Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco into the side, which in turn gives Belgium more pace in to the side and frees up more space for Eden Hazard and Kevin de Bruyne to create for Romelu Lukaku. We can see the latter stages potentially seeing sides open up more, we're backing Both Teams To Score between Hungary and Belgium - 13/8 at bet365.
Monday 27 June 2016, 17:00
Italy v Spain
BTTS is an attractive 6/4 at bet365
Spain missed out on a 1st place finish in Group D on Tuesday night as Croatia came from behind to beat the two time European Championship holders. They had previously beaten both the Czech Republic (1-0) and Turkey (3-0), results which meant even a draw over the Croats would see them crowned group winners. However, two goals either side of Half Time from Croatia, which are the only goals Spain have conceded at a European Championship since the opening match of their Euro 2012 campaign against Italy, confirmed Vicente del Bosque's men would face the Italians in the Last 16. Italy have been one of the most impressive sides at the Euros so far, and even though they lost on matchday three against the Republic of Ireland, we've taken no notice of this results considering first place was already secured for the Italians whilst the stakes were high for Martin O'Neill's men - they needed a win to progress.
Monday 27 June 2016, 20:00
England v Iceland
BTTS & England to win is 5.5 at bet365
England will be kicking themselves after failing to top Group B and having now seen what would have been their route to next month's final. Providing they get past surprise package Iceland in their Last 16, Roy Hodgson's men could potentially face the likes of France, Spain, Italy or Germany in the quarter and semi finals. Had they won the group ahead of Wales - they would have faced Hungary, Portugal, Poland, Belgium, Croatia or Switzerland after their Last 16 tie against Northern Ireland.