England vs Switzerland – Euro 2024 Betting Tips & Match Predictions

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England need to seriously pull up their socks ahead of a tough Euro 2024 last 16 clash against Switzerland. Check our expert predictions on England vs Switzerland before betting!

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England vs Switzerland betting tips

  • Bet on Switzerland to win- 3.70 at Betway (correct as of 3 July).
  • Bet on Switzerland to win 1-0- 7.60 at Betfred (correct as of 3 July).
  • Bet on Breel Embolo to score- 4.80 at Betway (correct as of 3 July).

Bet on Switzerland to win

There are bound to be upsets in this European Championships and this game promises to be one of them. England were one of the pre-tournament favourites to win this competition but have been far from impressive so far. The Three Lions needed extra time to defeat Slovakia in their last game and prior to that played out to drab draws against Slovenia and Denmark.

Switzerland are a strong side and will be the biggest test that England face so far in this competition. They could be in for a shock against the Swiss who eliminated France from Euro 2020.

Bet on Switzerland to win 1-0

It will be a close game. The Swiss will defend in high numbers in order to frustrate the English attack which has been average in this tournament so far and spearheaded by Jude Bellingham. One can expect the Swiss to win this game narrowly by scoring against the run of play.

Bet on Breel Embolo to score

Embolo tends to be deadly towards the death of games when defences get tired. If England defend as they have done in their recent games, he could certainly punish them and find the back of the net when they least expect it.

What the coaches say?

England manager Gareth Southgate is aware that his players β€œneed to do better”

“There’s no question it will give the whole group belief,” said Southgate.

β€œWe know we should be better than we’ve been but we’ve ended up with a lot of young players in important positions and trying to solve problems right the way through the four weeks of the camp.

“But the standout is the way the players are dealing with it. Their togetherness, their spirit.”

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