Spain vs Czech Republic Betting Tips

In Euro 2016, by on Jun 12, 2016
Spain vs. Czech Republic EURO 2016 Group Stage – Group D Game 1 Monday, June 13th 2016 – Tolouse, France Odds: Spain 1/2, Draw 17/2, Czech Republic 15/2 Our Play: No Play For latest odds you can check a few recommended sportsbooks and betting exchanges spain czech republic betting tips Spain is back and their midfield is revitalized by the presence of one Pedro. The Spanish have re-emerged in the FIFA World Rankings and seemingly Group D is theirs for the taking. We also note that the Spanish have enjoyed success in this very tournament, as a part of their endeavors to rule the football world with an iron fist, five to ten years ago. This team taking the pitch has the potency to re-establish that reputation and win yet another EURO championship. As a result, if we wanted a piece of the Spanish action we have to pay a heavy price. We are against heavy juice, even if Spain will likely win this contest. We never sleep on any team, even if the Czechs are certainly the weakest nation in Group D and the price reflects this respectively, one can never be too sure. The Czechs owned the Netherlands in qualification but this is not something worth boasting, considering this Netherlands squad was not the Dutch teams of old we are accustomed to. Nevertheless the Czechs showed no timidity of this perennial power regardless. However, this is also the same side that was defeated by teams like Scotland and Korea Republic in International Friendlies. In our group analysis, we suggested staying clear of this team altogether and even at the price of 15/2, we still won’t risk a unit for a +750 ROI. A draw is the least likely of scenarios. The Czechs are going to enter this contest with their backs against the wall and try to win this one outright. With Turkey and Croatia on the docket after the Spanish, the Czechs are aware any loss can make the mountain that much tougher to climb and they will likely go in with an all or nothing attitude out of the gate. Conversely, Spain will see this fixture as a snack and opportunity to secure three critical points with the two toughest teams in the group besides them awaiting them in group play after their encounter with the Czechs. Again while we are almost certain that the Spanish will win this one convincingly, we are not going to take the chance and put up half our bankroll to make sure. If we may use an adage from another tournament to illustrate our point, enter the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and let us recall the highly-touted Michigan State whom entered the tournament as a #2 seed and favorite to win. The Spartans were upended by the least likely of teams, a #15 seed named Middle Tennessee State. Some bettors were throwing down $700 to make $100 profit on that game, since it seemed to be in the bag. We will never advocate this behavior. The reason why gambling is called gambling is because there is always a risk and there is no greater way to expose oneself to a vulnerability than laying heavy juice on a “sure-fire” win. For this reason, we recommend staying away from this contest outright and call for a no-play in this Group D fixture. For latest odds you can check a few recommended sportsbooks and betting exchanges