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Chitchat Euro 2024 Punter Discussion


if go ATM withdraw maximum daily withdrawal limit 5k and bet England win, can win how much at Singapore Pools huh?
The current odds for eng to win is 2.70 means you place 5k collect $13.5k.
If you really want to place big bets better to split the ticket else win already need to go selegie to collect when the winning is above $5k.
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if go ATM withdraw maximum daily withdrawal limit 5k and bet England win, can win how much at Singapore Pools huh?
But my advice to you is to avoid such match for big bets becos is not worth the risk .
Current odds
Holland 2.95
Draw 2.40
Eng 2.65

The support for all 3 faces are almost level yet the odds is not fixed at 3.0 3.0 3.0. You go casino bet those 3 face games also will get 3.0 for each face.

I would rather use 5k to bet other leagues for higher odds all above 3.0 yet chances of winning is higher.


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Robert Half

The current Holland team is neither the teams that won the European Championship 1988 nor the runner up of the World Cup 2010

Holland is a lousy team :thumbsdown:




Netherlands 1-2 England

Joel Goldman
BBC Sport digital producer in Berlin

Oh my word. The roof has just come off. We’ve been showered in beer - who knows whether it was in celebration or by angry Dutch fans and, frankly, who cares?!

England fans celebrate

Image caption,
England fans celebrate Ollie Watkins’ goal

Wayne Piew

Tonite the redemption of Harry Kane in Euro 2024 would begin.
Prediction and bet all your disposable income on
EN-GER-LAND 2 vs Hor-Lan 1.
Yes, my main man Number 9 with a double. :thumbsup:
IT's coming Home, we can only Dream and Hope.:biggrin:
Like i said before, all you haters can slowly suck on this,
England thru to their 2nd successful tournament FINAL under Soon to be knighted Southgate.:sneaky:
Like Southgate tactics and player selection, my prediction is 100% spot on. :biggrin:



A message from King Charles to Gareth Southgate​

FT: Netherlands 1-2 England

Daniela Relph
BBC royal correspondent

The King has sent the below message to Gareth Southgate and all the England players and their support team:

My wife and I join all our family in wishing you the warmest congratulations on reaching the final of the Uefa European Championship - and in sending our very best wishes for Sunday’s match.

If I may encourage you to secure victory before the need for any last minute wonder-goals or another penalties drama, I am sure the stresses on the nation’s collective heart rate and blood pressure would be greatly alleviated!

Good luck, England.

Charles R’


Phil McNulty
Chief football writer in Dortmund

England will face Spain in the Euro 2024 final in Berlin on Sunday after a last-minute strike from substitute Ollie Watkins sealed victory over the Netherlands.

Gareth Southgate's side looked to be going into extra time for the third successive game after Harry Kane's contentious first-half penalty equalised a thunderous early strike from Xavi Simons until Watkins struck.

England dominated the first half, with Phil Foden outstanding, hitting the post with one long-range effort and drawing a fine save from Dutch keeper Bart Verbruggen.

The Netherlands, who saw Denzel Dumfries' header hit the bar before the break, took control after the break and it required important interventions from keeper Jordan Pickford to keep England level.

England were facing another extra 30 minutes until a superb late strike on the turn from Watkins, on for Kane, sent England into their second successive European Championship final on a dramatic night in Dortmund.

Southgate’s England one game from glory​

England’s victory over the Netherlands in Dortmund has left Southgate and his players one game from history and ending the so-called "years of hurt" stretching back 58 years.

The campaign in Germany was been a slow-burner, but the torch was lit on a sultry, stormy night and England now have the opportunity to finish with glory against favourites Spain at the Olympiastadion.

England will contest their first final on foreign soil after the 1966 World Cup final and the Euro 2020 finals were played at Wembley.

They reached it in a manner that has been their trademark in Germany, coming from behind then surviving anxious moments before another late show, this time from Watkins, got them move the line.

It also gives England the chance to make up for the bitter disappointment of defeat by Italy on penalties at Wembley in the Euro 2020 final.

Southgate and England have become synonymous with near misses at major tournaments during his eight-year reign but have earned themselves an opportunity write a new chapter in their history.

For Southgate, another final is vindication in the methods that have come under such scrutiny after England’s indifferent earlier performances. Success in Berlin would change the narrative around his tenure forever.

And it was the introduction of Watkins with nine minutes left that was decisive, the Aston Villa striker providing energy and pace to trouble the Dutch defence, his finish on the turn across Verbruggen the piece of quality required to win a tight game.
England have suffered disappointments in the past and will be underdogs against Spain, but there has been a belief about Southgate’s team – even when performances have been indifferent – and they will go to Berlin believing they can final claim the silverware that has eluded them for more than half a century.

England can face Spain with hope​

England have stuttered and stumbled in Germany but they are still standing to make it to the end of Euro 2024 and the final against Spain.

And even though England lost momentum in the second half and the Netherlands looked more likely winners towards the end, the resilience and refusal to be beaten that has been a key characteristic once again saw them over the line.

England’s first-half performance was their finest at Euro 2024 by some distance, producing a fine reaction to the shock of going behind so early to a stunning strike by Simons after seven minutes.

Foden caused havoc as he roamed the central areas, seeing one shot somehow kept out on the line by Dumfries then another rattling the woodwork before the Dutch got tighter to stifle him and brought on the giant Wout Weghorst as a focal point.

Manchester United’s 19-year-old Kobbie Mainoo delivered a performance of maturity and drive far beyond his years, showing confidence and creation in the high-pressure environment of Euro 2024 semi-final.

England also leaned heavily on keeper Pickford, who saved crucially from Virgil van Dijk and stood firm when the Netherlands turned up the pressure in the second half.

Southgate's late changes worked like a charm as two of his substitutes combined to win the game, Cole Palmer's cute pass allowing Watkins to turn Stefan de Vrij in that late twist to send England to Berlin.

Kane and Jude Bellingham were peripheral figures but this England victory contained enough of the positives that have missing previously to send them to Berlin and Sunday’s final with optimism and hope.


The new Prime Minister, Sir Keir Starmer, was trying to keep up with today's game while at the Nato summit in the United States, but Number 10 has confirmed he will be attending the Euro 2024 final in Berlin on Sunday.