The Euro 2020 is entering the quarter-finals phase during which 8 national football teams battle on the pitch for the place in the semi-finals. On Friday 2 July 2021, Switzerland and Spain are meeting in St. Petersburg at 18:00 CET. After that game is over, fans get to enjoy a match between Belgium and Italy that takes place in Munich at 21:00 CET.
Let’s see what are the probable results of these matches and who has better chances of moving to the next stage of the UEFA Championship.
Switzerland VS Spain
At the beginning of Euro 2020, nobody thought that Switzerland has the chance to fight for the place at the top 4 of the tournament. However, after managing to kick France out from the competition, they are now confidently facing Spain.
On the other hand, although Spain managed to beat Croatia, that victory was bitter-sweet. The match was full of mistakes, including the now-famous own goal that was the result of goalkeeper Mendibil’s horrible estimate. So, La Roja has to build back their confidence and step into the field determined to win.
Spain is seen as the favorite by online sportsbooks with 1.65 at Stake while Switzerland is set at 5.60 at the moment.
Winner Prediction: Switzerland 0:2 Spain
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Belgium VS Italy
The match between Belgium and Italy definitely has the potential to be one of the most memorable on Euro 2020. After all, these are the two European top-ranked national teams and tournament favorites. The Azzuri have set a new national record on the last game with 31 winning games in a row while Belgium was not beaten even once.
It’s quite difficult to predict the result of this match. Both teams have had great appearances but Belgium is facing several challenges in the form of injured players. Hazard and De Bruyne are both going to miss the Friday clash, the former due to muscular problems and the latter due to ankle sprain.
Looking at the Gamdom sportsbook, Italy has better odds of exiting the match as the winner with 2.29 while Belgium is set at 3.39 at the moment. All things considered, the draw is also not unimaginable.