England vs Netherlands Odds, Live Stream, Lineup Prediction, Picks: Where to Watch Euro 2024 Online, TV

Second UEFA Euro 2024 The semi-finals begin on Wednesday England and Netherlands meet in Dortmund Sunday’s final will decide who will face Spain. Orange are the underdogs in the competition, while the Three Lions are narrowly advancing towards the finals. They are similar to France in their approach and now hope to avoid the same fate as France, who fell in their own semi-final. The The Dutch took over Turkey Meanwhile, the British defeated Switzerland in their respective quarter-finals.

Gareth Southgate’s men are looking for a really convincing win and will be hoping to deliver just that in the semi-final. Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane scored in the Round of 16 against Slovakia, but it was Bucayo Saka who leveled the match against the Swiss with a brilliant late strike. However, penalties were needed to beat Natty and book a place in the last four, pitting them against Ronald Koeman’s Netherlands.

The Orange beat Romania in the round of 16 and Turkey in the quarterfinals. Cody Kakpo has been outstanding in attack and joint-top scorers with three goals ahead of Donal Malone, Bellingham and Kane, who will be hoping to be among the goals for this one as they have been hot and cold in Germany so far.

Our storyline, how you can watch the match and more:

How to watch and odds

  • Date: Wednesday, July 10 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
  • Location: BVB Stadium – Dortmund, Germany
  • See: Fox or Fubo (Try it for free)
  • Contradictions: Netherlands +200; draw +190; England +170

How did they get here?

The Netherlands surprisingly finished third in Group D behind Austria and France in second ahead of Poland, therefore putting the Dutch at an unexpected disadvantage here after Romania and Turquiev’s favorable run to the last four. England topped Group C but have won just one of three games ahead of Denmark, Slovenia and Serbia, have toiled against Slovakia and Switzerland and now face the Orange, their biggest test in terms of altitude so far.

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The Netherlands: Xavi Simons and Cody Gakpo have impressed so far with the Paris Saint-Germain man providing three assists and the Liverpool star three goals for Simons. Nathan Ake and Denzel Dumfries should be in defense at either end, although Mickey van den Ven will push for inclusion after some crucial late tackles against the Turk.

Possible Netherlands XI: the bridge; Dumfries, De Vrij, Van Dijk, Ake; Schouten, Simons, Reijnders; Bergwijn, Depay, Gakpo.

England: Mark Kwehi could be reinstated after suspension along with John Stones, although Esri Gonza will be unlucky if that happens. Kobi Mainu looks set to find a home in midfield next to Declan Rice after Trent Alexander-Arnold and Connor Gallagher. Luke Shaw could now replace Kieran Trippier After coming up against Switzerland, another cameo is likely.

Possible England XI: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Gwehi, Trippier; mainoo, rice, saga; Bellingham, Fodden; Can.


Although England have not been in the best form, the Netherlands have not held up against top opposition since losing to Austria and were kept goalless against France. The Three Lions should do enough to roar but only after 120 minutes. Selection: Netherlands 1, England 2 (England win after extra time).

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