Netherlands – England Prediction, AI Forecast & Odds Euro Semi-Final 10.07.2024

European Football Championship, Wednesday, 10.07.2024 at 21:00

While one part of Germany is still outraged by what happened in the quarter-finals, the other part is looking further ahead!

Because search queries such as Netherlands England odds and, of course, Netherlands England prediction have been hammered into the keyboards these days. After all, people want to know who will be crowned champions in the end

Two contenders for the “top scorer” crown will be battling it out on the pitch on Wednesday: Cody Gakpo and Harry Kane are both looking to top this prestigious ranking with multiple goals.

Interestingly, ChatGPT has made a bold prediction on Harry Kane’s performance, which I will explain to you later in my Netherlands England prediction.

However, like many of my betting friends in their very own European Championship bets on this pairing, I personally assume that a Netherlands England bet of the 0-0 or 1-1 variety is the key to betting success

Dortmund is the venue for the first meeting between these two teams at a European Championship or World Cup since 1996.

That’s how long it’s been since two such great footballing nations last crossed paths at a major tournament.

Back then, the “Three Lions” won 4:1, but it is unlikely that the match will be comparatively one-sided this time.

In my Netherlands-England betting tip, I even suggest that there will be no goals at all in Dortmund on Wednesday – or if there are, then only the winning goal at best!

The Netherlands – England bookmakers’ prediction

The Netherlands England odds of the bookmakers without tax give you a first impression of how the match could go.

It is not often that the majority of bookmakers agree on odds of less than 3.00 for a draw.

In short: Extra time is therefore seen as highly likely, while the odds of around 2.60 on the British as favorites are not exactly dripping with confidence

KI prediction Netherlands vs England: ChatGPT

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ChatGPT has uncovered some Netherlands England AI tips, which I mentioned at the beginning and will now evaluate in detail for you in this section.

Let’s start with the result tip: 2:1 for England.

The odds are certainly respectable at 12.0, but I would personally be surprised if the 2.5-goal mark (which is also highly priced at 2.57) was actually broken in this semi-final.

On the other hand, I would relegate Harry Kane’s brace suggested by the artificial intelligence to the realm of fairy tales and legends.

Of course, odds of around 15.5 are “fabulous”, but for that to happen, the Munich man would have to score as many goals as he has scored in the entire tournament so far

In contrast, the AI classifies a match characterized by at least 1.5 goals as a “low risk” Netherlands England tip.

Here I say quite clearly: Not at the low odds!

Because I consider a 1:0, 0:0 or even 0:1 for Holland to be the three most likely outcomes, only then will I scratch the mental 2-goal mark

Netherlands – England odds: Where are the highest England odds?

At Bet365 you have already been able to take advantage of first-class European Championship bets for large parts of the tournament. However, the bookmaker giant seems to want to outdo itself once again towards the grand final.

The Netherlands England odds for this match – especially those for the special bets that I have in mind – have been rated extremely generously.

Above all, the 2.20 odds for a nil score at half-time are definitely impressive

Analysis: Netherlands vs England

After a poor group stage, which ended with a 3-2 defeat to Austria, there was reportedly a heated debate within the team.

Regardless of how much truth there is to these rumors, Elftal improved enormously over the course of the tournament.

In the 3-0 win over Romania, they impressed me with their style of play, while in the subsequent 2-1 victory over Turkey they showed their fighting spirit.

Cody Gakpo’s goal tumbled over the opposing goalkeeper as he threw himself into this sharp delivery from the right

England, England, England, what can I say about England’s performance?

A blind man with a walking stick can finally see how difficult the supposed European Championship favorites have been so far.

Against Switzerland, they seemed to be on their way, but another late goal saved Gareth Southgate and his men once again in extra time (2:1 n. E.).

What the Three Lions have played so far is not convincing, and in Holland they now face by far the strongest opponent they have come up against at this tournament so far.

What made me smile earlier when I mentioned the Netherlands-England AI prediction was ChatGPT’s expectation that the British will score at least two goals.

This is so interesting because England have not scored more than one goal in regulation time in a single European Championship match so far.

None of the previous finals matches involving Southgate’s team have broken the 2.5-goal mark, which is why I am so skeptical about ChatGPT’s 2:1 prediction

Analysis of odds

If you have read my Netherlands England betting tip up to this point, you will already be able to guess which segment of bets I prefer.

First and foremost, I’m focusing on the aforementioned 0:0 result bet at the break, which is trading at odds of 2.20.

However, this could also be the possible final result, which will last until the penalty shoot-out.

Consequently, a 0:0 result bet over the full match and a bet according to the X/X pattern at odds of 6.25 and 3.75 respectively represent two other more promising betting scenarios

Netherlands vs England odds: Not HF again!

This is exactly the thought that will be going through the minds of many Oranje fans at the moment, especially those who saw current Bonds coach Ronald Koeman play in 1988.

After all, the Netherlands have lost each of their three semi-finals at this tournament since winning the European Championship in 1988.

It is therefore quite possible that this historical side note will prevent the Dutch from making a courageous and daring start to this semi-final on Wednesday.

A supposedly defensive opening phase therefore only encourages me all the more to believe that the score could actually still be 0-0 after 45 minutes

There are good arguments for both sides

Southgate praised his side’s “incredible character and resilience” after the win over Switzerland and emphasized that England are tough to beat. He’s not wrong!

The last time England lost a competitive match was against France at the 2022 World Cup (9 wins, 4 draws). That was also the last time they conceded multiple goals in a competitive match.

Consequently, you can grumble all you like about the British attack, but their defense has hardly been guilty of anything so far

Since losing to England at a major tournament in 1996, the Dutch have lost only one of their nine subsequent head-to-head meetings (4 wins, 4 draws).

In this context, the clash at the Final Four of the 2019 edition of the Nations League can be seen as a positive omen for extra time.

Back then, the game went into extra time after a 1:1 draw, with the Elftal emerging as the surprise winners in the end (3:1 n. V.).

I’m not backing away from a 0-0 draw, but when the Dutch strike, it’s usually through a very specific player – and late on!

Watch out: Dutch striker Cody Gakpo is one of the standout players of Euro 2024.

All three of his goals, which catapulted him to the top of the tournament’s scoring charts, were scored by the Liverpool FC player in the second half

My Netherlands England tip:

I’d be really surprised if this game produced more than 2.5 goals. I would also be surprised if a goal was scored before half-time.

The way the tournament has gone so far and the style of play of both sides – especially England – strongly suggests that the second half could start with a 0-0 draw.

However, the possibility remains that either the English or Cody Gakpo will score the decisive 1-0 in the last fifteen minutes of the game.

In any case, my Netherlands England tip is: No goal until the half-time break

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