Euro 2024 Semifinal Updated Odds: Moneylines, Totals, Analysis

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Euro 2024 Semifinal Updated Odds: Moneylines, Totals, Analysis

The Euro 2024 semifinals will get underway when Spain takes on France at Allianz Arena in Munich on Tuesday. Soccer fans can then look forward to a clash between England and the Netherlands the following day. We have previewed both semifinals below, along with the best Euro 2024 odds on each match.

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Spain vs. France

Spain is now the favorite to win Euro 2024. La Roja cruised through the group stage, sweeping aside Croatia, Italy, and Albania. They then eased to a 4-1 victory over Georgia in the Round of 16, before beating Germany 2-1 in the quarterfinals. They are now unbeaten in their last eight games, and they are surging with momentum right now. However, key defenders Robin Le Normand and Dani Carvajal are both suspended for this game, while midfielder Pedri is injured, so it remains to be seen how the Spaniards will cope without that trio.

It is rare to see France as an underdog in any game. However, Les Bleus have not been at their brilliant best at this tournament. They have only scored three goals in five games, and star striker Kylian Mbappé is not playing with his usual swagger. On a brighter note, the French defense has only conceded once in five matches at this tournament, but it will need to work hard to keep Spanish wingers Nico Williams and Lamine Yamal at bay on Tuesday.

Netherlands vs. England

The Netherlands could only finish third in Group D after losing 3-2 to Austria on Matchday 3. However, the Dutch still managed to secure a place in the knockout stage, and they picked up a comfortable 3-0 win against Romania in the Round of 16. They then produced a stirring comeback in their 2-1 victory over Turkey in the quarterfinals, with substitute Wout Weghorst playing a starring role, and they will now bid to upset England in Dortmund on Wednesday.

England keeps finding a way to grind out results. The Three Lions won their group after beating Serbia 1-0 and then drawing with Denmark and Slovenia. They beat Slovakia 2-1 in extra time in the Round of 16, courtesy of goals from Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane. Their quarterfinal against Switzerland was a tense affair. Bukayo Saka fired in a long-range equalizer with just 10 minutes left on the clock, and England won the subsequent penalty shootout. The sportsbooks make England the favorite to win this match, but the players will need to improve if they are to beat this talented Dutch team.

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