Czech Republic vs Croatia Betting Tips

In Euro 2016, by on Jun 15, 2016
Czech Republic vs. Croatia EURO 2016 Group Stage – Group D Game 2 Friday, June 17, 2016 – Saint-Etienne, France Odds: Czech Republic 39/10, Draw 45/17, Croatia 10/11 Our Play: Draw 45/17 For live odds visit Bet365 sportsbook or Smarkets betting exchange For latest odds you can check a few recommended sportsbooks and betting exchanges czech republic croatia betting tips For a team that has won five of their last six fixtures outright, Croatia is offered at a deceptively friendly price against a team that has lost their previous two fixtures, one of those losses coming against a weak foe in the Korea Republic. Much of the public has joined in on the fun and a steady stream of action has been pouring in on Croatia at a perceived highly-economical cost. We will have none of that. If a betting price seems to be a gift, it is likely a lump of coal in disguise. The Czech Republic performed as they were expected to, losing their opening fixture to group favorites Spain. The Spanish defeated the Czechs 1-0 and in spite of this result and Croatia’s victory against a quality outfit in Turkey, Croatia is offered with a price that mirrors a traditional vig. Why? Because in spite of Croatia outshooting Turkey by nine shots and putting three times as many attempts on goal as the Turkish, they won by just one goal. That one goal was a breathtaking spectacle, a masterpiece carved by the play of all-world midfielder Luka Modric. Outside of the Modric goal which we are sure will be on highlight reels for years to come, Croatia split possession with Turkey throughout the game right down the middle. Given their recent achievements with these statistics hidden behind the glamour and glitz of the Modric goal, Croatia is set up perfectly for a let-down. Teams that remain hot often cool off in a way that destroys and dismantles backers who invest faith in these squads at seemingly the most affable time. With public perception disregarding any chance of the Czechs having a shot in this contest, this is the perfect time to get aboard on the Czechs. However, the Czech Republic has been very inconsistent in recent form, forging a myriad of results that are difficult to look at or stomach. Nevertheless, it is not unforeseen that this one can end with a draw. Initially we were tempted to go with a no play in this contest but given the public reaction to Croatia, we felt there was more than ample opportunity to go ahead and fade the consensus. Albeit, we are reluctant to place our bets on the Czechs as they have lost their last two fixtures and it is hard to conceive where they mind is at in spite of this. Nevertheless, this team was not embarrassed by the Spanish by any means and they do own a draw against Sweden and a win over Russia in recent friendlies. With Croatia appearing to be undaunted in their recent installments of competition and much of the public buying in, this is the ideal time to attack them in this market. With odds near 3/1 on a draw scenario, we will lean on that option and bank on Croatia struggling to find the back of the net unless Modric interjects once again. For latest odds you can check a few recommended sportsbooks and betting exchanges