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Georgia v Czech Republic Betting Tips, Odds & Match Preview - Euro 2024


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The Czech Republic will be looking to make up ground in Group F when they run into Georgia in Hamburg on Saturday afternoon at Euro 2024.

They had looked set for a major upset against Portugal but a very late goal from Chico Conceicao cost them a point, which leaves them on the back foot in the group and in need of a result against Georgia, who may have lost to Turkey but won plenty of hearts in what was one of the most entertaining games of the tournament.

We’ve looked at some of the best football betting offers, odds and markets from our range of football betting sites to provide you with Georgia v Czech Republic betting tips.

Georgia v Czech Republic Betting Tips

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Czech Republic to prevail by a two-goal winning margin

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Patrik Schick to score a brace

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Georgia v Czech Republic Odds

  • Georgia to win odds - 4/1
  • Draw odds - 11/4
  • Czech Republic to win odds - 7/10

Odds courtesy of Betfred, correct at the time of publication

Georgia v Czech Republic Match Preview

Having looked likely to hold on for a valuable point against Portugal, Roberto Martinez and his troops were spared their blushes when Francisco Conceicao leapt off the bench, and within 111 seconds of arriving on the field, he struck the winner deep in stoppage time.

It may have been hard on the Czechs given they were able to stifle their opponents for large periods, but football, it is often said, can be a cruel mistress.

In contrast, Georgia played their part against Turkey in a thrilling game, but ultimately they succumbed to a 3-1 defeat.

Arda Guler, who has been spoken of in the same breath as Lionel Messi, contributed to Georgia’s downfall, and it feels like they could be the whipping boys in Group F.

But is there hope for Georgia? I have scuttled over to the markets and picked out a couple of Georgia v Czech Republic Euro 2024 betting tips for you to mull over.

Czech mate for Georgia

Naturally, there will have been an air of disappointment about the Czech Republic’s last-gasp defeat to Portugal.

They thought they had done enough, but now, they need a pick-me-up considering they have won only one of their last seven group matches at the European Championships.

Georgia, on the other hand, who are making their Finals debut will have to endure a steep learning curve, and a Guler masterclass will have made them more wary.

With this being the first time that Georgia and the Czech Republic will be facing each other, both managers will need to trawl through the video analysis and come up with their own detailed dossiers.

The importance of this game can’t be understated for either side, but I don’t expect the Czechs to slip up.

For my first pick, I’m leaning towards the Czech Republic to prevail by a two-goal winning margin, and Paddy Power has odds of 4/1 for you to tuck into.

Patrik Schick to find his mojo

At Euro 2020, Patrik Schick had no problems finding the target, and he tied Cristiano Ronaldo at the top of the charts with five goals scored.

Of course, we are only one game in, but Schick failed to make an impression earlier this week, and he was largely marshalled out of the match.

He picked up a booking and was hooked off just after the hour mark, but he could find joy against Georgia.

To wrap things up, I think Schick will have a field day, and he could help himself to a double. A best price of 11/1 for Schick to net a brace is available at BetMGM for you to consider.

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Charles Perrin

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