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Euros: Group F odds, tips, predictions, teams and fixtures

Portugal are almost going under the radar heading into the Euros and are the side to beat in Group F.

The Selecao are joined in the bottom pool by Turkey, Czech Republic and debutants Georgia.

Turkey and the Czechs look set to battle it out for second spot, although underdogs Georgia have a dash of the unknown, with characteristically mercurial wide players ready to bamboozle opposition defenders.

Euro 2024 Group F teams and odds


To Win Group - 4/9
To Qualify from Group -


To Win Group - 4/1
To Qualify from Group -

Czech Republic

To Win Group - 11/2
To Qualify from Group -


To Win Group - 16/1
To Qualify from Group -

Euro 2024 Group F Fixtures

Turkey v Georgia, 17:00, Tuesday 18th June, BVB Stadion, Dortmund
Portugal v Czech Republic, 20:00, Tuesday 18th June, Leipzig Stadium

Georgia v Czech Republic, 14:00 Saturday 22nd June, Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
Turkey v Portugal, 17:00, Saturday 22nd June, BVB Stadion, Dortmund

Georgia v Portugal, 20:00, Wednesday 26th June, Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
Czech Republic v Turkey, 20:00, Wednesday 26th June, Volksparkstadion, Hamburg

Euro 2024 Group F betting tips and predictions

Group forecast - Portugal 1st, Turkey 2nd @ 2/1

Selecao look a cut above

Winners in 2016, Portugal's current squad is far more talented than the one that triumphed in France eight years ago.

Roberto Martinez succeeded Euros-winning boss Fernando Santos after the last World Cup and has reinvigorated the squad. The Selecao were the only side to qualify with a 100 per cent record and have a point to prove after their disappointing quarter-final exit to Morocco in Qatar.

Striker Goncalo Ramos hasn't kicked on after scoring a hat-trick against Switzerland at the World Cup and may have to bide his time behind Cristiano Ronaldo.

The 37-year-old remains a totemic figure and is set for his sixth Euros, a run that has seen him score the most goals (14) and make a tournament-record number of appearances (25).

Ronaldo is 12/1 to be the competition's top scorer in what could be his final major international tournament. He will look to play his part in Portugal's anticipated march to top spot.

Turkey best of the rest

Georgia produced spirited showings to beat Luxembourg and Greece in the play-offs and qualify for their first major tournament as an independent nation. 

Napoli's Khvicha Kvaratskhelia is their star but Valencia goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili might see more of the ball and Turkey and Czech Republic are likely to fight it out for second, although a win over Georgia could be enough for the third team in the group to qualify.

The Czechs are making their eighth successive Euros appearance, having previously reached the quarter-finals (twice), semi-finals and final. They won this tournament in 1976, courtesy of a penalty taken by a certain Antonin Panenka, but Turkey may have a secret weapon.

There is a significant Turkish diaspora across Germany, with Dortmund and Hamburg boasting significant Turkish communities and they will be vociferously supported in those cities.

The Crescent Stars were widely namechecked as the side to keep an eye on ahead of the last Euros but flopped, suffering three defeats in the group stages. 

They have a decent squad and have a good coach in Vincenzo Montella. The Italian's history of building balanced sides complements Turkey's traditional flair, and that mix might prove the difference in their final-round showdown against the Czechs.

Euro 2024 Group F route to the final

Group F is one of the pools where qualification could get messy, with the winner facing the third side in either Group A, B or C.

They will then meet the winner of the last-16 tie between the sides that finish second in Groups D and E, potentially the Netherlands or Ukraine, before possibly taking on Germany or Spain in the semi-finals.

The runner-up will tackle the winner of Group D, most likely France, in the round of 16 before potentially meeting Group E favourites Belgium in the quarter-finals and maybe taking on England in the last four.

This article was written by a partner sports writer via Spotlight Sports Group. All odds displayed on this page were correct at the time of writing and are subject to withdrawal or change at any time.

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