Euro 2024 Predictions & Last 16 Best Bets for Sunday, 6/30 - Featuring: England vs Slovakia and Spain vs Georgia

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The Last 16 in Euro 2024 continues on Sunday, June 30, with another pair of knockout matchups. First up, we have tournament betting favorites England taking on Slovakia at 12:00 pm ET on FOX, which is then immediately followed by 2-time winners Spain facing surprise package Georgia at 3:00 pm ET, also on FOX. We have expert soccer predictions for EVERY Euro 2024 and Copa America game throughout both tournaments, but for now, let’s dive into our Euro 2024 best bets for Sunday.

England vs Slovakia best bet: Under 2.5 goals (-135)

England fans’ frustrations over the Three Lions’ performances so far at Euro 2024 were not eased as they labored to a 0-0 tie with Slovenia in their final game of Group C, and bettors should not expect much entertainment when they meet Slovakia. England scored just twice across their 3 group games and their ineffectiveness at breaking down opposition will not have gone unnoticed by Slovakia head coach Francesco Calzona.

Slovakia qualified third in a tight Group E in which all 4 teams ended on 4 points, but their 1-0 win over Belgium in their opener will give them a great deal of confidence and, despite their status as big underdogs, they are unlikely to be blown away by England. The Sokoli are almost certain to sit back and frustrate England on Sunday, and the result is likely to be a low-scoring matchup.

Read our full England vs Slovakia predictions

Spain vs Georgia best bet: Spain ML & both teams to score (+210)

Spain are heavy favorites to win this game and that should come as little surprise. Georgia may be coming into the clash after seeing off Portugal, but they had already qualified as group winners when the teams met and that game was effectively a dead rubber from their perspective. Spain beat Georgia 10-2 on aggregate across 2 games in qualifying and should have far too much for their opponents here, but there could be a consolation goal from the Georgians and a Spain win with both teams to score looks to have reasonable value at +210 odds. Georgia scored in both of those defeats to Spain during qualifying and they have scored in all 3 of their games during the tournament. La Roja are yet to concede, but Georgia should continue to push even if they fall a few goals behind.

Read our full Spain vs Georgia predictions

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