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France vs Netherlands Betting Tips Favor the Blues to Reach the Semi-final

  • France vs the Netherlands in the last quarter-final of the 2022 UEFA Women’s Euro
  • The Dutch team is the defending champion but has been struggling in the group stage
  • The Blues can reach the last four for the first time in this tournament
France vs Netherlands betting tips

The last quarter-final in the 2022 UEFA Women’s European Championship will be between France and the Netherlands. Both teams have played well so far and got two wins and a draw in the group stage. France vs Netherlands betting tips still expects Corinne Diacre’s team to win against the defending champions. And reach the last four for the first time in the team’s history. 

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Following the group stage, the remaining eight teams will continue in the quarter-finals at the 2022 UEFA Women’s European Championship. The hosts, England will meet Spain in the first match on Wednesday. Followed by a tie between Germany and Austria on the next day. Sweden will meet Belgium on Friday. While probably the tightest match will be played on Saturday between France and the Netherlands.

Both teams finished with 7 points in their groups. But while it meant a first place in Group D for France, the Dutch team only finished second behind Sweden in Group C. So the defending champions will have a tough task now. They need to win against the Blues who have been very confident so far but will miss their best player in the game. 

France vs Netherlands Betting Tips for the Last Quarter-Final

The French women’s football team has never reached the semi-final at the European Championships so far. They finished fourth in the 2012 London Olympics and also in the 2011 FIFA World Championships. But they could only get to the quarter-finals in the previous European tournaments. Now online sportsbooks in the UK favor them to go through against the Netherlands.

They offer the odds of 1.70 for their victory. Based on the team’s performance in the group stage, it makes sense. As Corinne Diacre’s squad won confidently against Italy in the opening game. Then they beat Belgium 2-1 before drawing with Iceland in the last match. 

One of the major concerns of the French team is the injury of their top scorer, Marie-Antoinette Katoto who has already returned to France for treatment. It will be a difficult task to replace her, but players like PSG striker Kadidiatou Diani and Lyon forward Melvine Malard can try that. Bookmakers on bet365 offer the smallest odds, 5.00 and 6.00 for their first goal in the match.

While they also predict both teams to score with the odds of 1.72 in their France vs Netherlands betting tips. The Blues will surely give everything to reach the semi-final of a major event again. The last match between the two teams in February also ended with a French win, which is another promising sign ahead of this game. 

Chances of the Defending Champions

The Netherlands started this tournament with a 1-1 draw with Sweden, then they won against Portugal and Switzerland. But their performance in these games hasn’t been as convincing as four years ago. The team also suffered major blows like the injury of their first-choice goalkeeper, Sari van Veenendaal. But her replacement, Daphne van Domselaar has been superb so far in the goal. Just like Wolfsburg’s midfielder, Jill Roord who has been the best player on the team so far. But the Oranje is still in a tough situation as they are likely to miss two of their best players. 

Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema tested positive last week while PSG forward Lieke Martens is struggling with a foot injury. Online gambling sites in the UK only offer the odds of 4.75 for their win but we can’t underestimate Mark Parson’s team. As they also finished as a runner-up in the 2019 World Championships and fifth in the Olympics in Tokyo. But winning against France will be a very difficult task without Miedema. The two teams also met in this stage in 2009, then their game ended with a 0-0 draw. The Netherlands won the match on penalties eventually and got to the semi-final. Bookmakers offer the odds of 3.60 for a draw now, and the odds of 6.50 if the match goes to penalties.  

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