Netherlands vs Austria prediction, odds & betting tips – 25/06/2024

The Netherlands top Group D having picked up four points from their opening two matches and are starting to believe that they can go all the way and win Euro 2024.

Ronaldo Koeman's men can count themselves unlucky not to have beaten France 1-0 after the underdogs had a goal dubiously ruled out for offside.

Austria provide the opposition in the final round of group games and following their 3-1 win over Poland, Ralf Rangnick's men are full of confidence.

Netherlands vs Austria prediction: Entertainment guaranteed in Berlin

Key Stats

  • Both teams have scored in four of Austria's last five fixtures.
  • Three of the last five meetings between these two countries have ended with both teams scoring.
  • Over 2.5 goals have been produced in five of the Netherlands' last six outings.
  • Three of Austria's last five matches have witnessed at least three goals.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Bookies backing a Dutch win

  • HOME: 7/5 (2.40) – 41.7%
  • DRAW: 12/5 (3.40) – 29.4%
  • AWAY: 5/2 (3.50) – 28.6%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

The Netherlands are the expected winner of this game with a probability of 41.7%, but we are predicting a close and competitive 90 minutes between these two nations.

You can find all our predictions for today's games on our football betting tips page.

Last five H2Hs: The Netherlands dominate

The Dutch have secured five wins from their last five games against Austria, running out 2-0 victors when the pair clashed at the 2021 Euros.

Euro 2024 25/06/24

Netherlands

Netherlands

0
Austria

Austria

0

Euro 2021 17/06/21

Netherlands

Netherlands

2
Austria

Austria

0

International Match 04/06/16

Austria

Austria

0
Netherlands

Netherlands

2

Netherlands preview: Came close to beating France

The Netherlands played out a goalless draw against France on matchday two but were left frustrated with the officials as Xavi Simons had a goal ruled out for offside when the player in question wasn't interfering with play.

Despite that, a draw was enough to keep Ronaldo Koeman's side top of Group D heading into the third and final round of fixtures where they will face another tough test against Austria. The Dutch have a good record against Tuesday's opponents winning eight, drawing two and losing just three of their previous 13 encounters.

Predicted lineup: Verbruggen (GK), de Vrij, Aké, van Dijk, Dumfries, Frimpong, Schouten, Reijnders, Simons, Depay & Gakpo

Euro 2024 10/07/24

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England

England

2

Netherlands

Netherlands

1

Euro 2024 06/07/24

W

Turkey

Turkey

1

Netherlands

Netherlands

2

Euro 2024 02/07/24

W

Romania

Romania

0

Netherlands

Netherlands

3

Euro 2024 25/06/24

L

Austria

Austria

3

Netherlands

Netherlands

2

Euro 2024 21/06/24

D

France

France

0

Netherlands

Netherlands

0

Austria preview: Upped their game against Poland

Austria weren't at their best in the first half of their game against Poland but managed to come in at the break level at 1-1.

Patrick Winner's introduction straight after the break seemed to galvanise Ralf Rangnick's men who dominated the second half, scoring twice and winning the game 3-1.

With their first points on the board, Austria are now full of confidence and there is a good chance that a draw against the Dutch would be enough to see them progress into the knockout stage as one of the best third-placed sides.

Predicted lineup: Pentz (GK), Danso, Mwene, Lienhart, Posch, Sabitzer, Wimmer, Laimer, Baumgartner, Seiwald & Arnautović

Euro 2024 02/07/24

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Turkey

Turkey

2

Austria

Austria

1

Euro 2024 25/06/24

W

Netherlands

Netherlands

2

Austria

Austria

3

Euro 2024 21/06/24

W

Poland

Poland

1

Austria

Austria

3

Euro 2024 17/06/24

L

France

France

1

Austria

Austria

0

International Match 08/06/24

D

Switzerland

Switzerland

1

Austria

Austria

1

Player to watch – Xavi Simons

Xavi Simons has been a source of frustration for the Netherlands at Euro 2024 due to his lack of composure in the final third but the young midfielder was arguably robbed of a winning goal against France on matchday two.

Xavi Simons player to watch
Xavi Simons of Netherlands reacts to his disallowed goal against France – Photo by Icon Sport

Despite his mistakes, Simons does carry the ball forward a lot for Ronald Koeman's side and is always looking to play through-balls or take a shot on goal, so we shouldn't bee too harsh on the RB Leipzig loanee.

The young Dutch midfielder was unlucky not to score against France

In fact, we're backing Simons to shine against Austria on Tuesday and wouldn't be surprised to see the 21-year-old get a goal or create one during the 90 minutes.

The latest Tweets from each camp

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A lifelong Evertonian, James started writing for an Everton fan site in the mid-2000s and then developed his own blog covering football transfers from across Europe's big leagues before becoming a regular match preview and betting tips writer for Biggest Free Bets. James moved to Free Super Tips next, and then Racing Post, where he worked as a full-time betting tips writer for a few years. Following that, James joined Football Whispers in December 2020 and has been a permanent fixture ever-since, currently covering the Premier League amongst other things