Euro 2024 Predictions & Best Bets for Sunday, 6/16 - Featuring: Serbia vs England and Poland vs Netherlands

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Euro 2024 continues on Sunday, June 16 with another batch of 3 great games to enjoy all throughout the day live on FOX and FS1. The huge international soccer tournament continues with Poland vs Netherlands at 9:00 am ET, Slovenia vs Denmark at 12:00 pm ET and wraps up with Serbia vs England, the tournament favorites, at 3:00 pm ET. You can find out our expert soccer predictions for EVERY Euro 2024 and Copa America game, but for now, let’s dive into our Euro 2024 best bets for Sunday, June 16.

Poland vs Netherlands best bet: Netherlands ML (-185)

After a solid showing at the 2022 World Cup, the Netherlands begin their Euro 2024 campaign against Poland, who struggled greatly in qualification. The Dutch took Argentina to penalties in the quarterfinals of the World Cup a year and a half ago after winning 3 of their first 4 games, and they’ll be aiming for a strong start in Germany as well. The Dutch head into the tournament with +1600 odds to win Euro 2024 and lift the trophy as they are in a tough group that also features France. If the Netherlands are to perform well at this tournament then they need to beat Poland, and they should be highly motivated to deliver a victory in their opening game.

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Serbia vs England best bet: Both teams to score (+102)

England look good for a victory and they should score a few goals along the way, but Serbia have some attacking threat of their own. The Serbians won 3-0 at Sweden in their final game of the tournament and they can call upon Aleksandar Mitrovic and Dusan Vlahovic in attack in their 3-5-2 system.

All 3 goals at Sweden came from assists provided by Serbia’s tricky wing-backs, while Sergej Milinkovic-Savic adds a scoring threat from midfield. The Serbians saw both teams score in their final 6 qualifiers and 2 of their 3 games at the World Cup saw BTTS land. England head into the tournament without a clean sheet in 4 of their last 5 games, so both teams to score appeals.

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