Georgia – Czech Republic betting tip, prediction & odds Euro 22.06.2024

Georgia Czech Republic betting tip & the best odds for the 2nd matchday of Group F

The two opening losers of Group F have contributed to two of the most exciting preliminary round matches of matchday 1 at Euro 2024. Will the two teams confirm their strong performances in my Georgia-Czech Republic betting tip?

Of course, I am once again primarily interested in worthwhile soccer bets, which is also the focus of my Georgia Czech Republic prediction, which has been prepared under the motto: Whoever loses, loses.

Given the effort shown so far, both teams certainly deserve a place in the knockout phase, but who can secure the exclusive rights to the three all-important points this afternoon?

I fully expect Georgia and the Czech Republic to play for victory, as a single point would simply be far too little given their respective starting positions and remaining programs.

This applies in particular to the European Championship debutants, who will then have to deal with the Portuguese, who are probably simply too far behind in terms of quality, in the group finale

This is the first ever meeting between Georgia and the Czech Republic. However, our neighboring country is extremely good when it comes to such premieres.

The Czech Republic have won five of their last six matches in which they have played another nation for the first time. The exception was a 2-1 defeat to Kosovo in the most recent such encounter in September 2019.

Incidentally, over 3.5 goals is the betting option that I have circled in sharpie on my betting slip for this pairing.

Of course, this is mainly because this bet leads to an excellent payout with regard to the Georgia Czech Republic odds, even without the best European Championship betting bonus as a bonus

The bookmakers’ forecast for Georgia – Czech Republic

If the Georgia – Czech Republic odds were to be calculated using standard scales, they would clearly be on the side of the Eastern Europeans.

Because with Czech Republic odds of around 1.75, you are promised a much lower payout than for the opposite outcome.

In concrete terms, this means that the Georgia-Czech Republic odds would result in an approximate fivefold increase in your stake in the event of a Caucasian three-pointer

Georgia – Czech Republic odds: Where are the highest Georgia odds?

I have already placed several Neobet sports bets on this European Championship, even if there are a few other bookmakers that I personally prefer a little more.

Nevertheless, it’s the range of this licensed bookie, which hasn’t even been around that long and is on an advertising tour with Laura Wontorra as an advertising partner, that provides the best Georgia Czech Republic odds for you

Analysis: Georgia vs Czech Republic

The Georgians were not shot down in their opening match, quite the opposite.

The Turks were only a whisker away from an early 2-0 lead, but after this goal was subsequently disallowed for offside, the Caucasians were suddenly predominantly in control.

An emotional rollercoaster ensued, with TUR and GEO going head-to-head in almost every aspect of the game.

It could easily have been 2:2 in the end, as the underdogs had all the chances they needed.

But what ultimately tipped the game in the Turks’ favor were two absolute dream goals from Muldur and wonderkid Guler, who is expected to have a great future in the Bosphorus.

The Czechs can hardly blame themselves after their narrow 2-1 defeat to Portugal.

The team did a lot, if not everything, right within their playing capabilities and were even able to turn the game on its head shortly before the start of the final phase thanks to a surprise goal to make it 1-0.

In the end, the ball fell at the feet of the Iberians in a somewhat fortunate manner for the 2:1 winning goal, but the question must be asked whether CZE, despite its one-dimensional but highly effective style of play, might not have a real chance of reaching the round of 16 after all?

A win over Georgia would certainly be worth its weight in gold, as three points will probably be enough to advance to the round of 16

By the way: The “Man of the Match” in the game against Portugal was not an outfield player!

Czech goalkeeper Jindřich Staněk shone with seven valuable saves against the 2016 European champions, the most of any goalkeeper on the first matchday.

It was also the highest number of shots saved by a Czech goalkeeper in a European Championship match since the legendary Petr Čech cleared eight balls off the line against Portugal in 2008

Quota analysis

No surprise for my Georgia Czech Republic betting tip: Both sides will want to win this game.

The Georgians in particular know that they will only have a mini-chance against Portugal, so the team will have to put everything on the line on matchday 2.

The Czechs will also have to deviate from their defensive style of play. Firstly because the starting position now demands it, and secondly because the Caucasians don’t have a fearsome midfield axis like Portugal.

Accordingly, I make no secret of the fact that the over-3.5-goal odds currently appeal to me the most.

Of course, these Georgia Czech Republic odds vary from bookmaker to bookmaker, but in general it can be said that the average value of 3.20 traded for this option is quite respectable

Georgia vs. Czech Republic odds: GEO boldly forwards

Don’t be put off by the mostly lesser-known names in the Georgian offense.

Because according to attentive analysts, they would have deserved at least two goals against the Turks, as the measured xG value was 2.03.

However, there is another reason in my Georgia-Czech Republic prediction that the Caucasians’ offense can also be relied upon on matchday 2 of the group stage.

Georgia fired 14 shots in their 3-1 defeat against Turkey on the first matchday of the current UEFA European Championship.

It was the highest number of shots by a nation in their first match at the European Championship since Austria’s debut in 2008 against Croatia (20).

Secret tip for a goal: Kochorashvili!

Since I expect four goals next Saturday, at least two of which will be scored by the Caucasians, I have to include goalscorer bets in my Georgia-Czech Republic betting tip.

Most bookmakers are offering excellent odds in this regard – especially in the event that one of the “crusaders” scores a goal.

Bet365 stands out by giving six Czech players lower odds to score than the most prolific Georgian.

Now that’s a statement!

It should come as no surprise that it is Kvicha Kvaratskhelia, affectionately known in Naples as “Kvaradonna”, who is rated as his country’s most likely goalscorer with odds of 3.50.

No wonder, as Kvaratskhelia performed the most dribbles (10) and fought the most tackles (20) of all players on the first matchday of this year’s UEFA European Championship.

The Napoli man’s performance even made him the first player to dribble more than 10 times on his European Championship debut since Memphis Depay went one-on-one 11 times for the Netherlands at EURO 2020.

But here you will hear the name of a player who, in my opinion, is underestimated by the bookmakers and who, with a bit of luck, could give you almost legendary goal odds

It seems as if the bookmakers didn’t quite have the most influential Georgian on matchday 1 on their radar …

Georgia Czech Republic bettors beware: Giorgi Kochorashvili ranked first among the Georgians who played against Turkey for the number of contacts with the ball in the opposition penalty area (5) and passes received (61).

But that’s not all: he also took first place in the categories of balls won (9), balls intercepted (4) and fouls forced (4) and also provided the assist for Georges Mikautadze’s goal.

His goal odds against CZE are around 15.0 with almost all bookmakers!

My Georgia Czech Republic betting tip:

The Georgians have already proven against Turkey that they have an excellent opening, also because they have not shied away from playing with an open goal.

The Czechs, on the other hand, relied predominantly on uncompromising defending and effective counter-attacking in the match against Portugal, without being able to create too many offensive accents of their own.

Nevertheless, in my Georgia-Czech Republic prediction on Saturday, I expect an open duel from both sides, as both GEO and CZE want to win this game at all costs.

The Caucasians in particular know all too well that a point would be of little use to them in a group game against the outstanding POR …

My tip: Over 3.5 goals

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