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1022/1 Group dual forecast accumulator for Euro 2024

Updated on 7:09pm GMT 11 June 2024
1022/1 Group dual forecast accumulator for Euro 2024

Before becoming a Sports Journalist for Free Super Tips, Aaron spent three years studying Sports Journalism at the University of Sunderland while taking in the Black Cats' 'glory years' under Martin O'Neill. Now back in Northern Ireland he turns niche stats into predictions for FST, while he's one of the few people on this island who is equally comfortable at Windsor Park and the Aviva.

We’ve been hard at work on our Euro 2024 outright tips, covering the tournament from a wide range of angles. We’ve scoured through group by group, identifying the sides that are best placed for a run at the tournament.

Now we’re turning to the group dual forecast market, picking out the sides that will finish in the top two in any order. While three sides can escape the first round there’s more certainty and likely an easier path for sides which get into the top two.

I’ve picked out a 1022/1 tip with bet365 on the top two finishers in each group, which you can see below.

Group Dual Forecast Accumulator

Group A – Germany & Hungary 

Germany enter the tournament as third-favourites for the trophy, thanks to their tournament previous and the fact they’re hosts. While this side has little business being put alongside the likes of France, England and Portugal, they are too strong for the opposition in Group A.

Hungary to qualify for the best round was my standout bet in Group A and they look good for a deep run at this tournament. The Hungarians have claimed some big wins in recent years and they were quietly impressive against elite opposition at Euro 2020. This is a side that is more than the sum of its parts and they should prove too strong for Switzerland and Scotland.

Group B – Croatia & Spain

Croatia are being widely written off given the age of their squad, but we’ve seen them overcome that before. This tournament has likely come too soon for an Italy side that replaced their manager in August last year, while they used 40 players in a qualifying campaign where they failed to shine.

Croatia have a great approach for the international stage and I’ve backed them to shade Spain in this group. However, the Spanish also have a strong side and they should record a top-two finish ahead of an Italy team which should be left sweating on their place in the next round.

Group C – Denmark & England

England have a straightforward group and they’ve been widely backed to top this pool with ease. Denmark’s poor performance in Qatar seems to have cast a long shadow, but that tournament was tough for the squad given the strong stance domestically against the World Cup hosts.

The Danes made the last four at Euro 2020 just three years ago and they’ve added exciting forward Rasmus Hojlund to that group, addressing a problem area in that run to the semis. Serbia’s defensive issues and Slovenia’s inexperience should see these two progress.

Group D – Austria & France

The French are widely backed to win the tournament and there’s little for them to fear in Group D. They met the Netherlands in qualifying, winning both encounters between the pair. There are very few teams across the tournament that the French should fear, so qualification seems like a formality.

Behind them, I’m taking Austria to pip the Dutch to second. A forecast of France and the Netherlands is odds-on, but Austria head into the tournament in fantastic form and their price to qualify stood out in our Group D preview. Given their strength in midfield, they should be well suited to tournament football and their aggressive press sets them apart from many sides in Germany.

Group E – Belgium & Ukraine

Belgium and Ukraine appear to be a cut above Slovakia and Romania so this dual forecast was our Group E best bet. The Belgians have an interesting mix of golden-generation holdovers and up-and-coming talent.

Ukraine are a technically strong squad with a good manager and they’ve landed in a good group despite qualifying late through the playoffs. Slovakia and Romania both look vulnerable and this could well be a group where just two sides make it through.

Group F – Czech Republic & Portugal

The Portuguese are emerging as real contenders as we approach the tournament, similar to how Italy went into Euro 2020. The quality in their squad is fantastic and Group F is set up for them to breeze through to the next round.

Turkey were the worst performing side at Euro 2020 and they underwhelmed in 2016 too. Meanwhile, the Czech Republic were strong three years ago, reaching the quarter-final. They can lean on that experience and the goals of Patrik Schick to take them into second behind Portugal.

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