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Czech Republic vs Turkey Preview, Prediction, Odds, Betting Tips 26.06.2024

Czech Republic vs Turkey Preview, Prediction, Odds, Betting Tips 26.06.2024

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  • Betting Tip
    Turkey to Win
  • Odds
    2.78
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  • Date and Time: June 26, 20:00 GMT+1
  • Venue: Volksparkstadion (Hamburg, Germany)
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Czech Republic vs Turkey Preview

Czech Republic

Czech Republic must win this match – it’s all or nothing. They enter the match with only a draw against Georgia (1-1) and a defeat against Portugal (2-1). The only reason Czech Republic is not last is that Georgia lost against Turkey 3-0, putting the Caucasians lower on goal difference. 

Czech Republic needs to win the game to stay in the European Championship, as they only have one point and would need at least two points to pass through the group stage, depending on the other third-placed teams like Slovenia

Their qualification campaign was hardly impressive, making it through a group that consisted of Albania, Poland, Moldova and the Faroe Islands. This lackluster performance is reflected in their EURO 2024 showing, where they have failed to impress despite fielding familiar names like Vladimír Coufal, Tomáš Souček, and Lukáš Provod.

Despite having the opportunity to build similarly to their Slovak neighbours, they have shown little resistance. In the game against Portugal, they conceded in the last minute, leaving a dull impression. A similar story unfolded in the draw against Georgia despite the game’s intensity.

Turkey

Turkey was considered a dark horse for many in the previous edition of the EURO but fell short of grace, failing to collect a single point. This year, they have improved and shown the best version of themselves, displaying the potential that was expected of them four years ago.

Turkey’s squad is brimming with talented footballers, from Real Madrid’s Arda Güler to Kenan Yildiz and Serie A star Hakan Calhanoğlu. The Turks have reasons to believe they can go far, mixing strength of character with a high technical level.

Despite winning 2-1 against Georgia,  it was one of the most intense games of the tournament, with yellow cards raining down on both teams. Expectations were high for the game against Portugal, which was considered the most attractive fixture of Group F.

However, it didn’t live up to the hype. Arda Güler was benched, surprising many, and Turkey suffered without him. This time, Portugal returned to the basics, and their football was more fluid than in the victory against Czech Republic (2-1). They secured three points and left Turkey looking deflated.

One game remains for Turkey, and their qualification is almost certain. Portugal will face Georgia, meaning that whoever wins this encounter will be sure to qualify, while a draw would eliminate the Czech Republic. Can Turkey deliver another intense show?

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Czech Republic vs Turkey Prediction 

  • Pick: Turkey to win
  • Odds: 2.78 (22bet)
  • Score prediction: Czech Republic – Turkey: 1-2

The Czech Republic enters this match as one of the most disappointing sides, alongside Georgia and Scotland. Despite their underwhelming performance so far, they still have a chance to make up for it against Turkey. However, it’s no surprise that UEFA EURO 2024 predictions consider Turkey to be the favourites for securing victory.

The game is likely to be intense, given its importance for both teams. Czech Republic will have to contend with Turkey’s technical midfielders, who bring a creative flair to their play. Turkey has shown themselves to be a very ‘fun’ team, while Czech Republic hasn’t displayed many interesting ideas on or off the ball throughout the tournament.

Nonetheless, Turkey should not take victory for granted. The Czechs, while not impressive offensively, remain decent at defending off the ball, preferring to set up a solid block and provoke the opponent when the opportunity arises. Czech Republic knows they need to win, and with Turkey’s defense not being the most solid, they have been warned. However, with the Turkish side in excellent form and more individual talent, our EURO 2024 betting tip is for Turkey to win. 

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Czech Republic vs Turkey Prediction, Betting Tip

  • Pick: Turkey Over 1.5
  • Odds: 2.46 (22bet)

There is no doubt that this will be an intense clash; the only question is where it will end up. The Turkey-Georgia and Czech Republic-Georgia encounters were both intense, so Turkey-Georgia will likely be a feast of emotions. 

Arda Güler will undoubtedly look to break through the Czech block, with Yildiz attempting to assist him. The natural tactical imbalance will contribute to the fan’s entertainment, as the Bohemians use a three-at-the-back system, while Turkey prefers the standard four-at-the-back. 

Both teams excel in counter-attacks, but Turkey has so far shown clearer ideas. Can they find the victory against Czech Republic and qualify? Depending on their last match, the winner of this fixture will face either the Netherlands or France. The excitement is there, that’s for sure.

Disclaimer: The content provided on this page, including all UEFA EURO 2024 predictions, odds, and related information, is for entertainment and informational purposes only. While we strive to ensure accuracy and timeliness, we do not guarantee the correctness or reliability of any predictions, data, or information presented here.

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