Johan Cruijff Arena
EURO Group C
June 17, 2021
Compare the Best Odds for Netherlands vs Austria at Euro 2020
In the second of three matches hosted at home, the Netherlands will be looking to secure their spot in the last 16 of the tournament by beating Austria.
The game forms part of Group C’s second round in the Euro 2020 finals. It features an opportunity to qualify via the playoffs. While the home team are the undeniable favourites, Austria shouldn’t be underestimated, either.
Our experts have done their homework, check out their top choices for the best Netherlands – Austria betting odds below.
Match Info, Statistics and Live Score for Netherlands vs Austria
In what’s sure to be an interesting match, these Group C teams go head to head on 17 June 2021, at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam. The game kicks off at 21:00, local time.
Despite a lengthy absence from major tournaments, the new and improved Dutch side have garnered some high expectations.
The team’s performance during the 2019 Nations League and the Euro 2020 qualifiers show that these sentiments aren’t unwarranted, either. The Netherlands vs Austria odds are sure to reflect this, too.
With their opponents hogging the spotlight, Austria might just sneak a win. Although, this is unlikely given their losses against the likes of Latvia and Israel during the qualifiers.
To take advantage of the Netherlands – Austria Euro 2020 odds, it’s crucial to acquaint yourself with the prognostics. Then, once the game kicks off, you can keep a close eye on the live statistics.
Catch real-time updates including live Netherlands vs Austria odds, yellow cards, fouls, shots on goal, crosses and more – all in the table below.
Netherlands vs Austria Head to Head: Statistics & Results
Will the Dutch please their fans with a win? Or will the Austrian side prove more capable than the Netherlands vs Austria odds reflect?
The Netherlands at Euro 2020
The Netherlands have made some major improvements since failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup and Euro 2016. Many attribute this to the appointment of coach Ronald Koeman.
In the 2019 Nations League finals, the Dutch defeated England, Germany and France before losing 1-0 in the final to Portugal. With the same newfound momentum, they came second place to Germany in the qualifiers.
Memphis Depay and Georginio Wijnaldum performed phenomenally, ranking in the top ten goalscorers. We’re sure to see this trend continue in the finals.
With 17 wins, eight draws and ten defeats out of 35 matches, the Netherlands have an average of 1.62 goals per game, scoring an overall total of 57.
As a crowd favourite with a distinct home backing, it’s easy to see how bookmakers will determine the Netherlands vs Austria odds.
Austria at Euro 2020
As it’s the third time qualifying for the European Championship in history, Austria are keen to prove themselves. Still, coach Franco Foda appreciates the challenges ahead of his team, being drawn into an extremely tough group.
Out of six games at the finals, the Austrians have recorded no wins, suffered four defeats and drew twice. Two overall goals see an average of 0.33 – significantly lower than their opponents.
Although this is worrisome, the underdog team has a few strong players, like Marko Arnautović. He ranked twelfth in the top scorers list, with six goals to his name.
While the Netherlands vs Austria odds might be stacked against the Austrian side, they know what they’re up against and will no doubt prepare accordingly. Who knows? They could just pull something out of the hat.