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Belgium vs Wales July 1st – Pinnacle Euro 2016 Betting Preview

The quarterfinal stage continues at the Euro 2016 tournament in France on Friday, July 1st with Wales battling it out against Belgium in Lille. The winning country will carry on to the final four while the loser will be packing their bags and heading home. If the game is even after 90 minutes it will go to 30 minutes of extra time. If it’s still tied, it will then be decided by a penalty shootout. Both Wales and Belgium are seeking their first European Championship.

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Italy vs Spain June 27th – bet365 Euro 2016 Betting Preview

The round-of-16 knockout stage continues at the Euro 2016 tournament in France on Monday, June 27th with a heavyweight showdown between Italy and Spain at the Stade de France in Paris. This is a rematch of the Euro 2012 Final which Spain won 4-0 in Ukraine. The teams also met in the group stage at Euro 2012 and played to a 1-1 draw. The winning country will carry on to the quarterfinals while the loser will be packing their bags and heading home. If the game is even after 90 minutes it will go to 30 minutes of extra time. If it’s still tied, it will then be decided by a penalty shootout. Spain is seeking a record third straight European Championship while Italy is hunting its second European title.

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Switzerland vs Poland June 25th – Pinnacle Euro 2016 Betting Preview

The round-of-16 knockout stage at the Euro 2016 tournament in France kicks off with a match between Switzerland and Poland in Saint Etienne this Saturday, June 25th. The winner will carry on to the final eight while the loser will be packing their bags and heading home. If the game is even after 90 minutes it will go to 30 minutes of extra time. If it’s still tied, it will then be decided by a penalty shootout. Both Switzerland and Poland are seeking their first European Championship title.

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Portugal vs Austria June 18th – Pinnacle Euro 2016 Betting Preview

Group F continues at the Euro 2016 tournament in France on Saturday, June 18th with Portugal taking on Austria in Paris. Portugal is currently ranked number eight in the world by FIFA while Austria is ranked 10th. Portugal could only manage a 1-1 draw with 34th-ranked Iceland in their opening match while Austria was beaten 2-0 by 30th-ranked Hungary after going down to 10 men. Neither country has managed to win a European title although Portugal finished as runners up to Greece in 2004 when they hosted the event.