Czech Republic vs Turkey Betting Tips

In Euro 2016, by on Jun 20, 2016

Czech Republic vs. Turkey EURO 2016 Group Stage – Group D Game 3 Tuesday, June 21, 2016 – Lens, France Odds: Czech Republic 16/11, Draw 27/10, Turkey 21/10 Our Play: No Play For live odds visit Bet365 sportsbook or Smarkets betting exchange For latest odds you can check a few recommended sportsbooks and betting exchanges

So far both these teams have had very difficult EURO group stage campaigns. For the Turkish, they are the victims of two bitter defeats. For the Czech Republic, they remain winless in their last three and enter off a 2-2 draw against Croatia which for many is a sign of improvement after falling to Spain 1-0 in their opening contest. For the public, they are more or less taking a side in this affair but it is hard to determine who will actually win this contest, be that it may be of little interest certainly to Turkey who are all but eliminated from advancement. Nevertheless, the Czech Republic if they were to put the wood to Turkey can potentially snag a third place position if the Croatians were to lose outright in their fixture against Spain to wrap up the Group D campaign. However, we cannot vest much faith in the Czech Republic’s ability to pull off a complete victory to dissolve the goal differential between them and Croatia. It is hard to decipher how Turkey will approach this contest. Will they enter like Albania with something to prove? Or will they wither on the vine and let their EURO hopes diminish? It is hard to determine. We were fond of Turkey entering this competition. The Turkish sported boastful FIFA rankings and they entered on a two-game winning streak. However, since then the wheels have all but come off for Turkey and this tournament that seemed full of promise and hope, has evolved to a nightmare. When teams foster disappointing results in any form of competition similar to this format, their morale often takes the worst hit. When you have two teams in similar predicaments playing in a game of little consequence, their approach and resolve is that much more difficult to gauge and determine. These variables weighed and measured make this match a very volatile play for any punter hoping to wager on either side. The best option would likely be a draw with the most enhanced odds, but we have no interest in playing that angle when we have two teams with inconsistent play in bad form and a shaky record in this EURO group stage so far. It is very difficult to determine which team is overvalued in this fixture themselves, be that they have been less than impressive in their campaigns overall. When choosing between two potential false favorites that have played like creampuffs, we will gladly stay off and call for a no play in this final Group D fixture. With this being considered, if a result is fostered for either team, it is likely that both squad’s days are numbered in this tournament. Thus there is little equity in furthering our attention on either side and we will once again reinforce the no play. For latest odds you can check a few recommended sportsbooks and betting exchanges