Euro 2024 Bracket: Title Odds and Predictions Ahead of Quarter-Final Fixtures

Euro 2024 Bracket: Title Odds and Predictions Ahead of Quarter-Final Fixtures
Jack MurrayJuly 2, 2024

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The Round of 16 at the 2024 Euro Cup is officially in the books.

Tuesday saw Romania, the Netherlands, Austria and Türkiye fight for the final two spots in the quarterfinal.

Some title contenders saw the tournament run end short while others foraged ahead. The quarterfinal round will feature some major matchups that could knock some betting favorites out of the tournament.

Here’s a look at the end of the Round of 16.

Knockout Stage Schedule (All times are ET)

Round of 16

  • June 29: Switzerland def. Italy, 2-0
  • June 29: Germany def. Denmark, 3-0
  • June 30: England def.. Slovakia, 2-1
  • June 30: Spain def. Georgia, 4-1
  • July 1: France def. Belgium, 2-1
  • July 1: Portugal def. Slovenia, 0-0 (3-0)
  • July 2: Netherlands def Romania, 3-0
  • July 2: Türkiye def. Austria, 2-1


  • July 5: Germany vs. Spain, 12 p.m. and Portugal vs. France, 3 p.m. 
  • July 6: England vs. Switzerland, 12 p.m. and Netherlands vs. Türkiye, 3 p.m.


  • July 9: 3 p.m. 
  • July 10: 3 p.m.


Euro 2024 Odds (via DraftKings Sportsbook)

Spain: +400

England: +400

France: +450

Germany: +450

Netherlands: +700

Portugal: +850

Switzerland: +1400

Tükiye: +4000

The Netherlands cruised to a 3-0 victory over Romania to secure a date with Türkiye, who outlasted Austria 2-1. While Türkiye led for the majority of the game, Austria did make it tough and Mert Günok made a sensational save in the final seconds to maintain the lead.

FOX Soccer @FOXSoccer

WHAT A SAVE!!!!!!!!!

Mert Günok comes up HUGE!!!!!

That solidified the eight teams in the quarterfinals, and some intense matchups are officially on the schedule. One of those will be France vs. Portugal as the third-highest and sixth-highest betting odds will face off. This will be the two countries’ first matchup since 2022, and France owns the all-time series lead.

The biggest matchup of the quarterfinal will be between Spain and Germany. This will be the two countries first matchup since the 2022 World Cup and the all-time series is slightly in Germany’s favor at 9-9-8

Both of those matchups will occur July 5, while England-Switzerland and Netherlands-Türkiye will occur July 6.

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