Euro 2024 Predictions & Best Bets for Tuesday, 6/18 - Featuring: Portugal vs Czech Republic and Turkey vs Georgia

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The first round of Euro 2024 games wraps up on Tuesday with a pair of Group F matchups. First up, Turkey take on Euros debutantes Georgia at 12:00 pm ET on FUBO before Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal battle Czech Republic at 3:00 pm ET on FOX. We have expert soccer predictions for EVERY Euro 2024 and Copa America game throughout each tournament, but for now, let’s dive into our Euro 2024 best bets for Tuesday, June 18.

Turkey vs Georgia best bet: Turkey Win in Shutout (+160)

Turkey failed to live up to expectations at Euro 2020 but can get off to a stronger start when they take on Georgia. The Crescent-Stars lost just 1 of their 8 qualifying games as they topped Group D on 17 points – 1 point ahead of runners-up Croatia, a nation ranked 10th in the world by FIFA. While Turkey did score 14 goals during qualification, the most of any team in Group D, no player scored more than 2 goals which highlights the threat they pose from all areas of the pitch.

Georgia will not be wanting to just make up the numbers in Germany and the Crusaders do go into the tournament on a run of just 1 defeat from their last 6 games. However, they did finish 4th in their qualifying group with just 8 points, 9 behind second-placed Scotland. Turkey’s previous experience should benefit them and they can deliver a big reality check to Georgia.

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Portugal vs Czech Republic best bet: Portugal Win in Shutout (+145)

Portugal have high hopes of replicating their Euro 2016 success and should get off to a winning start when they take on Czech Republic. They won all 10 games in qualifying, scoring an emphatic 36 goals while conceding only twice in that period. It is going to be hard for Czech Republic to compete with them, given that it has been nearly 30 years since they have beaten Portugal, and they come into the tournament having finished behind Albania in qualifying. Portugal’s stern defense in qualifying should be on display and they should be able to beat Czech Republic without conceding.

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