Portugal against Germany is no doubt the blockbuster game of Saturday’s action at the 2020 Euro Cup.
Hungary vs France – 3pm
France must avoid arrogance when they travel to Budapest to tackle the hosts. A 1-0 win over Germany has put the World Champions on the brink of qualification but Hungary will be no pushovers.
The Hungarians took Portugal too within seven minutes in their opening match and will be out for victory as their hopes of escaping this group of death start to fade. France have not lost to Hungary since 1976 and know that another three points will leave them in pole position before their crunch encounter against Portugal.
France right-back Benjamin Pavard will likely miss this tie through concussion with neither side struggling with injuries at this point.
A safe bet would be France to get over the line. Get even better odds on this multi play by putting France into a double with Spain in the evening game.
Portugal vs Germany – 6pm
A knockout game before the knockout stage as Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal take on Germany. The Germans will be desperate to start well as they stand on the brink of elimination with even a draw maybe not enough.
Germany failed to make it out of the group stages in 2000 and 2004 and could be in grave danger if Portugal perform well. Renato Sanches and Ruben Neves are waiting patiently for their first starts of Euro 2020 but it remains to. be seen if coach Fernando Santos will change the lineup that beat Hungary.
Germany are sweating on the fitness of Matthias Ginter after the centre back limped off in match one. Up front, Leroy Sane is being tipped to start ahead of Chelsea’s Kai Havertz.
Who will prevail? Portugal’s seven game unbeaten run is at stake when they play a side they have lost to four times in a row.
When it’s too close to call, a draw is always an option. As well as both teams to score. Bet on both teams to score at 1.76
Spain vs Poland – 9pm
Spain are a side in transition and it certainly looked that way as they struggled to a 0-0 draw against Sweden. They have the perfect chance to right the wrongs of that display when they play Slovakia, who lost 2-1 to Sweden.
Poland have a dreadful record against Spain with only one win in their last 10 tries. Defeat will see them crash out of Euro 2020 with a game to spare.
The Spaniards are chasing their fourth Euro title, a championship win would make them the most successful ever but they need to show a vast improvement starting on Saturday.
Thiago Alcantara did not start the opener and is being tipped to replace Pedri.
*Please note that while every effort is made to provide the latest odds, the odds are subject to change closer to kick-off. All odds correct at time of publication.