Euro 2020 Bitcoin Betting – Predictions 16.06

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The games on the 15th of June were the last from the 1st Euro 2020 matchweek. Now that a whole round has passed, we are looking at several nations with different eyes. However, what happened in the game between Denmark and Finland was still the most important thing from the 1st week of action. Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest and had to receive CPR on the field. Thankfully, he pulled through and is now doing great, safe from any danger. Still, the Danish team wasn’t able to overcome the incident which is why they lost their opening match to Finland. In other news, we saw that Belgium are definitely one of the favorites as they crushed Russia without their star player, De Bruyne. Italy surprised us the most, as they put three past Turkey in the Euro 2020 opening match. Check our full Euro 2020 preview for more information.

Euro 2020 16.06 - Wednesday
Euro 2020 16.06 – Wednesday

Bitcoin Betting was extremely popular during the first matchweek and we believe that will continue for the whole tournament. Below, we will review Wednesday’s fixtures, one from Group B and two from Group A. The first game we have for you is Finland against Russia. Spirits are high in the Finish camp and they will try to use that to get some points against Russia. Next, we have Turkey against Wales in a game that could go either way. Turkey were awful in the first round while Wales managed to snatch a draw from Switzerland. The best comes last as Italy are preparing to face off against Switzerland. With a win, the Italians are in the next round but this Swiss side can’t afford to drop more points. Find more about the tournament on their official website.

Euro 2020 Predictions & Bitcoin Betting Tips

Finland vs Russia

Finland ended a run of six without a win (D2, L4) to claim three points over Denmark in their UEFA European Championship (Euros) debut, albeit in unwelcome circumstances after Christian Eriksen was taken seriously ill during the match. A win here would all but assure progression to the knock-outs – continuing a trend seen in 2016 that saw four of five debutants progress from the group stage. Furthermore, all nine nations who won in the opening round of fixtures in the last edition qualified via a top-two spot. With Belgium their last opponents in the group stage, the ‘Eagle-owls’ will be desperate to get the job done against Russia. Still, their H2H record isn’t inspiring having lost the last four meetings and conceding over 2.5 goals in each. However, Finland will have hope given the gap in quality has closed enormously since their last meeting in 2009.

Russia’s unsurprising defeat to group favorites Belgium doesn’t change the picture too significantly for them. Perhaps worryingly, only three teams have lost their group opener and progressed in the last two tournaments (only one since the format change); each won both remaining games – a not impossible task for Russia. On home soil once again, Russia will be hoping to resurrect some of their 2018 World Cup form which saw them progress to the quarter-finals before losing to eventual finalist Croatia on penalties. That strong home form has continued to this day, with just two competitive defeats, each to Belgium, since (W7, D3). Russia are now winless in six European Championship games since a 4-1 success over the Czech Republic in June 2012. All of their last three at the tournament have ended in defeat.

Prediction

As historic as Finland’s opening-day Euros victory over Denmark was, the scoreline in the top left-hand corner paled into insignificance while the footballing world anxiously awaited updates on Christian Eriksen’s condition following the playmaker’s cardiac arrest in the first half. Victory over the stricken Danes also saw Finland end a six-game winless run across all competitions – as well as bouncing back from two friendly defeats before the Euros kicked off. Cherchesov’s side were never going to spring a surprise against Belgium on their own turf, and a three-goal defeat means that Russia now occupy last place in the group, but it is still very early days for the winners of the inaugural tournament back in 1960.

Having to play another grueling 90 minutes against stiff opposition is a monumentally difficult ask for Finland’s players – all of whom could never have imagined being forced to witness what they did on a football pitch against Denmark. Changes may be afoot for Kanerva’s side depending on what sort of headspace his team are in, and while Russia will be forced into some alterations themselves, we can see their superior quality shining through in a hard-fought win. For that reason, we are backing an Away Side Victory outcome @ 1.71 odds.

Finland vs Russia

Turkey vs Wales

The Baku Olympic Stadium plays host to this crucial matchday two Euro 2020 fixture. For logistical reasons, Turkey fans are going to outnumber the Welsh contingent. The Turks will need all the support they can get, after suffering a fifth consecutive opening fixture loss at the European Championships, losing 3-0 to a rampant Italy. It was a first ever own-goal to open a tournament that set Turkey on their way to defeat, but on a more encouraging note, Turkey have won by a two-goal margin in two of their last four competitive games immediately following a loss (W3, D1). Additionally, their last H2H defeat (1-0) came way back in 1981 when current manager Senol Günes was in goal!

Managed by Robert Page – who made his international debut in a goalless draw against Turkey – Euro 2016 semi finalists Wales took much encouragement from their opening matchday draw vs Switzerland. Saturday’s 1-1 scoreline means that 76.47% of Wales’ competitive games since the start of 2019 have produced under 2.5 goals. Just one of Wales’ six prior H2Hs vs Turkey saw both teams score, but by contrast, both teams have scored in three of Wales’ four all-time Euro group games to date. If the latter scenario prevails, Wales’ strong record on Azerbaijani soil (W3, D1) may provide a confidence booster should they concede here.

Prediction

Wales and Turkey meet at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan in a huge Euro 2020 contest on matchday two in Group A. The Dragons earned a 1-1 draw against Switzerland in their opening match, while Turkey were well beaten 3-0 by co-hosts Italy. Wales are in a decent position after the first set of fixtures in Group A. A victory against Turkey on Wednesday effectively enough to seal a place in the last 16. However, A defeat to a Turkey side with a lot of support in Azerbaijan and all that will change. The Crescent-Stars were backed as the tournament dark horses by many, but they failed to turn up against Italy in the opening game of the competition last Friday.

Group A was always likely to be dominated by draws with so many similarly-ranked nations – heavyweights Italy aside – facing off. Both teams will be targeting three points from this match, but we can see the points being shared in Baku on Wednesday – a result that will keep the group wide open. Nevertheless, to protect our bet slip, we will go with a bet that offers the most value. We are backing a Both Teams to Score outcome @ 2.15 odds.

Turkey vs Wales

Italy vs Switzerland

Italy face their second Euro 2020 matchday at Rome’s Olympic Stadium in high spirits, after destroying Turkey 3-0 in Friday’s curtain raiser – the first time Italy (in 39 games) have scored more than two goals at a Euro finals. The victory also saw Italy register a first-half shot difference of +14 – the biggest margin in a Euro finals since 2004 – and boosted the nation’s win rate in Rome-held games at any major tournament finals to 81.82% (W9, D2). Another clean sheet here would put Italy within one game of equaling their existing all-time record of 30 games unbeaten (1939-present). So too would it mark Italy’s first streak of ten shutouts since a run spanning November 1988 to June 1990, while elongating their current six-game unbeaten H2H run (W2, D4). Five of those H2Hs saw less than 2.5 match goals.

After a 1-1 draw in their opening match, Switzerland have drawn in four consecutive fixtures at the European Championships. That draw vs Wales equalized the record set by Portugal across tournaments (June 2012-June 2016), and puts them in the frame to be only the second team to draw all three Euro group games since the format expansion for Euro 1980. The Swiss have won on Italian soil just once in all 24 H2Hs (D5, L18), though the win came at this very stadium back in 1982! Furthermore, Switzerland have lost four (D2) of their last six internationals vs countries currently ranked tenth or better, failing to score in three.

Prediction

Having impressed the watching continent in their opening win, Italy now take on local rivals Switzerland on Wednesday, at Rome’s historic Stadio Olimpico. While the Azzurri effectively need only a point to progress, their less illustrious neighbors are seeking their first win of Euro 2020, following a frustrating draw with Group A counterparts Wales. Forced to settle for a 1-1 draw against Wales last weekend, Switzerland will visit the Italian capital knowing that an against-the-odds win would almost certainly seal their passage to the knockout stages, but that a more realistically attainable point should prove enough to keep their destiny in their own hands.

As Switzerland are expected to pursue only a point, the impetus will be on the hosts to create chances and move the ball as fluently as they managed in the tournament-opening game. Italy are well versed at probing patiently, though, and not only have Ciro Immobile and Lorenzo Insigne to unlock the most tightly-bolted back door, but can also turn to the likes of exciting winger Federico Chiesa if required to make the difference. Realistically, Italy need only a point here. However, Switzerland will try to get a win at all costs. Because of that, Italy can’t be pragmatic and hope to get a draw. They need to go out there and play to win, with the worst outcome being a draw. For that reason, we are backing a Home Side Victory & Over 1.5 Goals outcome @ 2.04 odds.

Italy vs Switzerland

Coinbet24 Euro 2020 Predictions and Bitcoin Betting

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Here, you will be able to see how putting all the above mentioned bets on one bet slip would look like. Of course, you can combine these bets anyway you want or even play them as singles. Here are our predictions and bitcoin betting tips for Euro 2020 16.06 – Wednesday fixtures. Keep checking with us for more predictions. We will be covering and reviewing all the games in this tournament.

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