Greece were famously champions at Euro 2004, with the team confounding all expectations to be crowned European champions. However, they have failed to qualify for the past two tournaments after reaching the quarter finals of the 2012 competition. Can Gus Poyet return this nation to former glories in Germany?

The answer is probably no. They are regarded as the big betting outsiders to overcome the Netherlands on 16 October, with Greece opening their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign by beating Gibraltar and Republic of Ireland, although that was followed by a slender 1-0 defeat in France.

While Les Bleus are certain to reach the Euro 2024 finals, the second spot is up for grabs and perhaps the deciding factor was that the Dutch overcame the same opponents by a 3-0 scoreline when the two nations clashed in Eindhoven. Goals from Marten de Roon, Cody Gakpo and Wout Weghorst in the first half of that clash got the team over the line.

The Dutch can be backed at a shade of odds-on to claim a double over Greece, with a potential alternative betting angle being to back Koeman’s side to win without conceding. There’s the chance to bet on Netherlands to lead at half-time and full-time, with the visitors having the superior squad when you break it down.


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