Euro 2020: Day 7 – Schedule, Match Preview, Head to Head Stats, Timings & Venue Details

The Dutch have a great record against Austria and have won their last six games, scoring an impressive 21 goals in the process.


Netherlands vs Austria Preview

Netherlands will take on Austria in Group C encounter in Amsterdam Arena on Thursday. Austria are coming back from a stunning victory 3-1 victory over North Macedonia. The Netherlands, on the other hand, were in complete control against Ukraine before twin strikes helped Ukraine pull off a remarkable comeback. Denzel Dumfries goal in the final moments saved the Netherlands from an upset. The Dutch have a great record against Austria and have won their last six games, scoring an impressive 21 goals in the process. Frenkie de Jong has shown remarkable improvement and will be a key cog in their midfield. Memphis Depay, who has managed 26 goals and 22 assists in 65 matches for the Netherland, will be the player to watch out for. 

Sweden vs Slovakia Preview

Sweden will take on Slovakia in an important Group D fixture. Sweden held Spain for a goalless draw in their opening game and will be looking to build on the momentum. Slovakia, on the other hand, will eye back to back wins after beating Poland 2-1 on Monday. Both Sweden and Slovakia are on a six-match winning streak and will aim to maintain the fine run of results. Slovakia, however, doesn’t have a record to boast about in Euros and have managed to win only two games in the competition.

Sweden will be without the services of Bologna midfielder Mattias Svanberg who tested positive for COVID-19 but will be delighted by the fact that Juventus star Dejan Kulusevski has returned to full training after recovering from COVID-19. Slovakia will be without the services of Ivan Schranz, who has been sidelined through injury. 

Croatia vs Czech Republic Preview

Croatia will take on the Czech Republic in a Group D fixture. The Czech Republic pulled off a stunning 2-0 win over Scotland and will look to replicate their performance against Croatia. The 2018 World Cup finalists, on the other hand, went down 1-0 to England. Croatia have been disappointing in recent weeks and have failed to win their last three matches. However, they have a dominant record against Czech Republic and have not tasted defeat in the three matches they have played. 

Match Details

Netherlands vs Austria 

Venue: Johan Cruijff Arena: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Time: 12: 30 AM IST (June 17)

Sweden vs Slovakia

Venue: Saint Petersburg Stadium: Saint Petersburg, Russia

Time: 6:30 PM IST (June 18)

Croatia vs Czech Republic

Venue: Hampden Park: Glasgow, Scotland

Time: 9:30 AM IST (18 June)

Head to Head Stats

Netherlands vs Austria 

 Played: 18

Netherlands won: 8

Austria: 6

Draw: 4

Sweden vs Slovakia

Played: 5

Sweden won: 3

Slovakia won: 0


Croatia vs Czech Republic

Played: 3

Croatia won: 2

Czech Republic won: 0

Draw: 1

Form Guide

Netherlands: W-W-D-W-W

Austria: W-D-L-L-W

Sweden: D-W-W-W-W

Slovakia: W-D-D-W-D

Croatia (all competitions): W-W-D-L-L

Czech Republic (all competitions): D-L-L-W-W

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