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Netherlands vs. Turkey Prediction on July 6, 2024

Match info

The men’s 2024 UEFA European Football Championship quarterfinal match between the Netherlands and Turkey will take place at the Berlin Olympiastadion on Saturday night (July 6 at 9 p.m. local time).

Having emerged from their round of 16 matches in rather different ways, both teams will be confident in their chances. Donyell Malen made history at Euro 2024 by being the first player to score twice in a single game when the Netherlands defeated Romania 3-0. After Merih Demiral had scored both of Turkey’s goals versus Austria, Mert Günok had to make a spectacular save in the dying seconds to keep Christoph Baumgartner’s equalizer out of the tally.

Meeting statistics

This will be the final match at the Olympiastadion in the German capital before it hosts the championship game on July 14. Will one of these two teams return there?

According to the Turkish betting sites, the Netherlands has a higher chance of winning Euro 2024 than their opponents in the quarterfinals. Thirty-six years after winning Euro 1988 (Guess where? In Germany!), they are 15/2 to capture their second European crown. The bottom-ranked country to win it all out of those left in the competition, Turkey, is 40/1 to win a historic first title.

The current form of the Netherlands

Following an outstanding performance against the Romanians, where Cody Gakpo scored and Malen added a late brace, the Dutch easily progressed to the last eight. Additionally, the “Oranje” (or “Orange” in English) recorded 23 attempts on goal, indicating that they’ve improved from their initial slow start to become a formidable force on the weaker side of the draw.

Ronald Koeman’s team has been middling, placing third in its group behind Austria and France with four points, save for its thrilling victory over Romania in the round of 16. A 3-0 victory for the Netherlands didn’t appear possible for the first 15 minutes of this match. Before they took the lead in the 20th minute, their opponents put on a strong show. From then on, Romania had to alleviate its “casualties” as it found itself at a disadvantage for the remainder of the match. The Dutch were unrelenting in their advance, and Romania’s defense prevented a bigger victory margin.

The current form of Turkey

Turkey defeated Austria 2-1 in an entertaining round of 16 match, with defender Demiral (!) scoring both goals. Vincenzo Montella’s team gave up 21 shots on goal, though. For the first time in 16 years, Turkey is making it to the quarterfinals of a major championship, but it obviously isn’t there only to pad its stats. The Turks, encouraged by their ardent supporters, have won three of their four Euro 2024 matches; the loss to Portugal has been their lone loss.

The first goal scored by “Ay-Yıldızlılar“ (the “Crescent-Stars”) against Austria came from a corner, and the Dutch will need to be strong at set pieces to counter Demiral’s aerial prowess. The back line of Montella’s team was outstanding; they handled nearly everything thrown at them by an uninspired and uneasy-looking Austrian squad. To overcome this strong, well-trained defense, the Dutch will almost definitely need to find a better method than sending high crosses into the box. Even then, they’ll need to get past goalkeeper Günok, whose Gordon Banks-like save to deny Baumgartner’s downward header in the closing minutes is unlikely to be surpassed at the tournament.

The positive news is that Turkish playmaker Hakan Çalhanoğlu and defender Samet Akaydin have returned from their bans. The Italian coach at the bench of Turkey NT will miss out on playing with suspended striker Orkun Kökçü and defensive midfielder İsmail Yüksek.

Head-to-head

These two have a history together, and we witnessed two thrilling matches in the World Cup 2022 qualifiers: Turkey triumphing 4-2 in Istanbul and the Netherlands winning 6-1 in Amsterdam. Despite the fact that the Turks were humiliated by the Netherlands in the most recent World Cup qualifier, they had only lost one of their previous four competitive encounters against the “Oranje”.

Match analytics

At Euro 2024, Turkey is presently averaging 1.75 goals per game, and in seven of their last nine games, the Dutch have scored two goals or more. In this tournament, only Spain (10) and Germany (9) have scored seven apiece to surpass these teams in average goals per match. We therefore anticipate both teams to score and at least three overall goals in the evening in Saturday’s match in Berlin, since history and statistics indicate there could be plenty of goalmouth activity.

If you want to take your wagering to a higher level, opt for this: 2nd half – Both teams to score – Yes, with odds of 3.19 at SynotTip.

Results of the forecast

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