Ukraine vs England | 03.07.2021

Uefa Euro Betting Tips · 03/07/2021 - 8:00 pm · Rome

We are starting to get into the delectable medley of footballing splendor that is the quarter finals of Euro 2020. England have continued their impressive run to reach this stage, while Ukraine have defied all odds to get to their first ever major quarter final.

Home Win 1
Best Odd
10%
9/1
Draw X
Best Odd
21.7%
18/5
Away Win 2
Best Odd
69.2%
4/9

This is the biggest game of the Ukrainian player’s lives, a chance to etch their names into history with a historic semi-final appearance, while England will be looking to continue the push to bring football home. Our experts are here to guide you on who to back to do so!

The current constitution

Ukraine have done amazing but asking too much?

Ukraine have done better than most would have thought. A journey to the last 16 wasn’t impossible, but few would have predicted Andriy Shevchenko’s men nicking a 121st minute winner against Sweden. A solid backline of Bushchan between the sticks and Man City’s Zinchenko dictating play, to the formidable forward line, Ukraine have defied the odds to get this far. That said, this may be a step too far. Extra time vs Sweden ended up disastrous for Ukraine’s injury list, with both starman Yarmolenko and backup striker Beyedin limping off. They may be just too fatigued to stop England.

England have looked unbeatable

Three words that nobody seems able to ignore at the moment are “it’s coming home”. Twenty five years on from its release, the song is still in the hearts of every England fan. However, this time it is starting to feel possible, as Gareth Southgate and his men exercised their demons against their biggest footballing rivals, Germany. Squad selection going into the game left many concerned that England may lose, but in the end a brilliant performance across the pitch, particularly from Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane and the enigma that is Jack Grealish, leaves England in a fantastic position to win it all this summer.

Head to Head

In a competitive setting, England and Ukraine have actually only met on five separate occasions, once in the European championships, as well as four times in world cup qualifiers. The current Ukraine manager, Andriy Shevchenko, scored in the first competitive meeting between the sides, which finished 2-1 to England. Ukraine may take some hope from the other four results between the sides, with an impressive two draws, one loss and one win. That said however, due to the length in time between Saturday’s showdown and their last meeting, historical form may not be the best indicator.

Tip:
England to win 1-0, 2-0 or 3-0
Best Odd
13/10
Max. Bonus
£35

Statistical highlights

We here at bettingtips.net spend time  finding the most important statistics so you don’t have to, in order to provide you with the best betting tips on the market.

To date, Ukraine have scored six goals, while conceding six, with a record of 2-0-2. On the other hand, England have yet to concede a goal, scoring four, with a record of 3-1-0.

Ukraine vs. England
10/09/13
NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium, Kiev | Ukraine 0 vs England 0 | World Cup Qualifiers
11/09/12
Wembley Stadium, London| England 1 vs Ukraine 1 | World Cup Qualifiers
19/06/12
Donbass Arena, Donetsk | Ukraine 0 vs England 1| UEFA Euro 2012 Finals
Highlight #1
oth current captain and talisman Andriy Yarmolenko and current manager and national hero Andriy Shevchenko both featured in the last UEFA Euro tie between the two sides, in 2012.
Highlight #2
Ukraine have scored 3 goals and conceded 4 in their five competitive games against England.
Highlight #3
Each of the five competitive games between the two sides has finished with a gap of less than one goal, with an average of 5.2 and 0.4 yellow and red cards respectively, making this a cagey affair historically.

Our Betting Tip for Today

Having reviewed that statistics, as well as both teams recent and historical head-to-head form I would recommend betting on England to win to nil.

England to breeze past Ukraine

When looking at the statistics available, as well as the current form of both the teams, there really is only one option on who is going to win. England have been a steady ship, easily dismissing a solid Germany side, while Ukraine can count themselves lucky, with some saying they only went through because of a contentious red card.

This is only the second time that England have progressed through a group stage in a major competition. The last time? 1966, which needs no introduction. England are not only heavy favourites to win this game, they are now the favourites to win it all. Given their immaculate defensive record, a bet of a win to nil is likely to be the one to go for. A particular win-to-nil bet that we like is PaddyPower’s “England to win 1-0, 2-0 or 3-0” currently at 13/10 odds.

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