Netherlands v Austria Betting Tips, Odds & Match Preview - Euro 2024


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The Netherlands and Austria will round off their Group D campaigns on Tuesday evening at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, and things appear to be wide open at Euro 2024.

Although Poland were confirmed as the first team at the Euros to exit from the tournament, just a point separates the Oranje and Austria in third.

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 Netherlands v Austria betting tips.

Netherland v Austria Betting Tips

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Netherlands to win, over 9.5 corners

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Cody Gakpo to score two

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Netherlands v Austria Odds

  • Netherlands to win odds - 23/20
  • Draw odds - 11/5
  • Austria to win odds - 13/5

Odds courtesy of Betfred, correct at the time of publication

Netherlands v Austria Match Preview

The Netherlands perhaps will have been happier with the draw than France on Friday which marked the first goalless stalemate at this year’s Euros, while Austria thumped Poland 3-1 in what was a vital win.

Arguably the absence of Kylian Mbappe, just the third game he hasn’t started for his country since the 2018 World Cup, was a blow for France, but the Netherlands can’t take anything for granted on Matchday 3.

Austria will want to play the role of party poopers, but how will things unravel? I have pored over all the details and angles leading into this game and shared a couple of Netherlands v Austria betting tips.

Oranje to come through unscathed

Ronald Koeman’s men had to dig deep against France, although there would have been some grievances over the disallowed Xavi Simons goal following a lengthy VAR check.

Against Les Bleus, the Netherlands managed just 37% of the possession, their lowest figure in a European Championship game since 1980.

Austria, meanwhile, have been in superb form, and they have only lost two of their last 18 matches in all competitions, albeit they were against two of the top UEFA nations in the official FIFA rankings.

The Netherlands fielded their second-youngest-ever starting XI at the Euros this century, and they will fancy their chances against Austria, whom they have won half of their 20 meetings with, while four have resulted in draws.

To mix things up a bit, I have gone for a combo-style bet for my opening pick. The Netherlands to win and there to be Over 9.5 corners seems rather appealing judging by the 15/4 price assigned by Betway.

Cody Gakpo to turn in a super display

Whenever Cody Gakpo pulls on the Netherlands shirt, he always comes to life, and he always looks to stretch opposition defences too.

With one goal to his name, Gakpo has also managed five shots across his first couple of games, albeit chances were at a premium against France.

The Oranje often resort to Wout Weghorst as a Plan B if they need more of a focal point or aerial presence up front.

Anyway, Gakpo, who has contributed 10 goals in his 26 appearances to date for his country, will carry a threat and Austria will need to be switched on.

While I have been a bit bolder with my second pick, I like the look of the 15/1 odds available at Unibet for Gakpo to net a double which could be worth pursuing.

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