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Poland vs Netherlands Euro 2024 Betting Tips, Odds & Match Preview


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Sunday sees Group D get underway at Euro 2024 and the meeting of Poland and the Netherlands is not going to be easy for either party in the day’s early kick-off.

The Dutch make the short trip to Germany in fine pre-tournament form and could be one of the tournament’s genuine dark horses.

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 Poland vs Netherlands betting tips.

Poland vs Netherlands Euro 2024 Betting Tips

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Memphis Depay to score and Netherlands win

Poland vs Netherlands

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An own goal to be scored

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Poland vs Netherlands Odds

  • Poland to win odds - 11/2
  • Draw odds - 16/5
  • Netherlands to win odds - 8/15

Odds courtesy of Betfred, correct at the time of publication

Poland vs Netherlands Match Preview

Some Dutch Courage

When you think of the European Championship’s longest-lasting memories, one of those is likely to be Marco Van Basten’s volley in the 1988 final. A stunning strike that had absolute no right looping over the Soviet Union goalkeeper and a goal that is still shown in highlight reels 36 years on.

36 years and no international glory since and although the Dutch have threatened to go close on occasions, they are yet to add a double in terms of major international success. Not only that, but the last decade or so has been a rather indifferent period for De Oranje.

Whereas the 1990′s and 2000′s saw a golden generation of talents such as Edgar Davids, Dennis Bergkamp and the De Boer brothers to name just a few, the same production line has not been so fruitful in recent times.

Failure to even qualify for Euro 2016 was then followed up by a Round of 16 exit at the following edition of the European Championships and with also non-qualification at Russia’s 2018 World Cup to add to the list, you can say that the Dutch have not been all that much.

However, the tide looks to be turning back in their favour and with them reaching the last eight in Qatar two years ago, a similar level of tournament progress in Germany will be the minimum benchmark set by manager Ronald Koeman.

Then again, the former Everton and Southampton manager will not be looking to stop there and with both Canada and Iceland being swept aside in pre-tournament friendlies, there is a feel-good factor swirling through the Dutch camp once again.

A factor that they hope will prove to be the difference against Poland on Sunday and with Group D being considered as one of the tougher mini-leagues of the tournament, points on the board will be welcomed by both nations.

As for Poland, they managed to get the better of Turkey in their pre-tournament sendoff in Warsaw. Not only did it need a last-minute Nicola Zalewski goal to do so but it also needed the thanking of Wojciech Szczesny goalframe as well.

A late win but one that also sees Poland currently unbeaten in any of their last five international outings. You could even argue that they have won all five – but Wales fans can at least argue that Poland needed penalties to book their place at Euro 2024.

But now it is time for the first of my two tips and to add more value to a Netherlands win, I am also going to place it within a two-leg bet builder. Memphis Depay is full of confidence right now and a goal would be well received. Add that to Dutch success and it is currently priced at 11/5.

In addition to this, both teams are capable of creating chances and this could put opposition defenders under considerable pressure. There is no more considerable pressure than potentially scoring an own goal and I reckon we will see one on Sunday at odds of 10/1.

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Dan Tracey

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