UEFA EURO 2024 Match Day 3 tips

Poland vs Netherlands kick off at 3pm

Netherlands will enter the match against Poland as the favourites, with high hopes of securing all three points. Both teams have a number of players who will be absent not only for this game, but for the entire competition. The first encounter between Poland and Netherlands took place in 1975, where Poland emerged victorious with a 4-1 scoreline. However, just under a month later, the Dutch managed to bounce back with an impressive 3-0 win. The most recent meeting between the two teams, almost two years ago, resulted in a 2-0 victory for the Dutch. In total, Poland and Holland have faced each other 11 times, with the Netherlands emerging victorious in 6 matches, while 3 games ended in a draw and Poland managed to secure only 2 wins. This marks the fifth appearance for the Polish team in the competition, with their best performance being a spot in the quarter finals back in 2016. On the other hand, Holland, who have won the UEFA EURO once before in 1988, are aiming to repeat that achievement in their 11th appearance.

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Slovenia vs Denmark kick off at 6pm

Slovenia is aiming for an ideal beginning to their campaign against Denmark. With this being their second participation in the competition, Slovenia finds themselves in a challenging group, making this match crucial for their progress. On the other hand, Denmark has already claimed the title in 1992 and must secure a victory in this game in order to advance, considering they will face England and Serbia next. This upcoming encounter marks the fourth meeting between these two teams, with Denmark having recorded two victories and one draw.

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Serbia vs England  kick off at 9pm

England has emerged as the clear favorites to clinch the title this year, and their opening match against Serbia presents a genuine test. Both sets of supporters eagerly anticipate this match, as they firmly believe in the strength of their respective teams. Serbia boasts a more physical prowess, while England is expected to have the edge in terms of speed during direct encounters. This will be the second competitive match between the two, with England emerging victorious in the previous encounter with a 2-1 scoreline. Neutral supporters hope for a fair and sportsmanlike display from both teams, devoid of any unfortunate incidents. Serbia is making their debut under this name, having previously participated as Yugoslavia, while England is set for their 11th appearance in this tournament, having secured the runners-up position four years ago.

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