Netherlands vs Austria
|HT Score||FT Score||ET Score||PS Score|
|Full Time Result||Votes||Odds|
|Over 1.5 ✅||5|
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Current Standing & Form
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|Team||Last 5 Match Performance||W||D||L||GF||GA||CS||Avg. GF||Avg. GA||TT1G|
Head 2 Head
Results of the Previous Encounters between Netherlands and Austria
|4 Jun, 2016||2||0|
|9 Feb, 2011||1||3|
|26 Mar, 2008||4||3|
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The Johan Cruyff Arena witnessed a pulsating opening act to Euro 2020 on Sunday, as the Netherlands threw away a 2-0 lead before scoring a late winner, to make it six wins from their last eight games when starting as favourites. The 3-2 scoreline meant that each of the Netherland’s four Euro fixtures previously held here have seen teams separated by under 1.5 goals (W3,D1). Frank de Boer’s men possess the superior H2H record (W9,D4,L6), and approach this fixture after a chain of three straight H2H home wins-scoring exactly three goals each time. Interestingly though, they have never led at the break during a competitive home H2H. Austria’s own opener also saw them concede an equaliser after taking a lead, throwing doubt upon their ability to reach the knockouts of a major tournament for the first time since 1954. However, two late strikes beyond the 76th minute were enough for a 3-1 win over debutants North Macedonia, Austria’s first handicap-beating win at a major tournament since 1982. That result means that each of Austria’s last four games won/lost at a Euro finals have seen the deciding goal arrive after HT. More topically, the same can also be said about each of Austria’s last six defeats in any setting, while expectation of a loss here is underlined by their five-game form against UEFA teams currently ranked better than them in FIFA’s rankings (D1,L4). The Netherland’s last eight wins at Euro finals have seen them score 2+ goals in at least one half.
Netherlands vs Austria very tough and unpredictable game on European Championship match from group C. Netherlands FIFA ranking 16th. Austria FIFA ranking 23rd. This is Netherlands home game, they will get home advantage against team like Austria. I think Netherlands will win this match and score will be 2-1.
There is little pressure on either nation given that one more point from their final two matches will almost certainly take them through to the knockout stages, and I expect the Netherlands’ greater quality and home advantage to ultimately pay dividends.
Both the team may have won their first match. But Netherland is a strong team and plays really well football. They have a good squad and strength in the squad. Their chance of winning this match is higher.
The recent win for them against Ukraine shows us how good the Netherlands team are and how to produce better fightback. This shows the team’s spirit and energy to bag a win from every match they play for. That itself is enough for the mighty Netherlands team to set the track and chase to become the tournament finalists.
Netherlands will continue their positive result here, although potential goal galore might take place again. Austria’s attacking side will be more dangerous with the former West Ham man, Arnautovic in it. Yet, he is suspended due to his racism remark. It is high time for Frank de Boer to play Joel Veltman instead of Jurrien Timber as one of the back three for more solid defence. A narrow win will still be more possible for them.
The Netherlands have not lost any match against Austria. Moreover, they are a home team so we could expect a win for the Netherlands in the game. Over 1.5 goals will be a safe bet as both teams are in a good form. So, they are likely to score a goal.