Austria are competing in only their second championships at Euro 2016, their only other appearance in the coming in 2008 when they failed to progress from the group stage, but after a superb qualifying campaign, the Austrians head to France full of confidence. Unbeaten in Group G of qualifying, with nine wins and a draw, Austria qualified with ease some eight points clear of Russia. They scored 22 goals and only conceded five from 10 games, showing they are a solid unit, even if their group was not one of the toughest in the competition.
This remains true as they head to the finals, as Austria find themselves in Group F where they face Hungary, Portugal, and Iceland, and should finish at least second to reach what would be their first-ever knockout stages.
Most of the Austrian squads plays their club soccer in Germany, although fans of the English Premier League will be familiar with Leicester City’s Christian Fuchs, Watford’s Sebastian Prodl, Tottenham’s Kevin Wimmer, and Stoke’s Marko Arnaitovic, the latter being a powerful midfielder who will cause the opposition no end of problems.
Up front, Austria rely quite heavily on the Basel frontman Marc Janco. The 32-year-old has 26 goals in 52 appearances for his county and is a top qualify striker.
Odds of Austrian glory at Euro 2016 are very long, so most of the value in betting on them comes from their group games, but more on that a little later.
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Austria kick off Euro 2016 on June 14 in Bordeaux where they face Hungary in the first of three group stages games.
After Hungary comes a tough clash with Portugal on June 18 in Paris, before Iceland await them in Saint-Denis on June 22.
What Are The Current Austria Standings
Austria are in Group F at Euro 2016 and are expected to qualify, most likely by finishing second to Portugal. How close is that to happening? The current Austria standings can be seen below.
Austria Online Betting Tips
At +3300 to win Euro 2016, the odds on an Austria victory are long, and rightly so because it is extremely unlikely they are going to go all the way in France.
Odds on their group games and qualifying are much more appealing, with Austria +220 to win Group F, but -500 to qualify from the group. Should you think Austria will not qualify, you will find odds of around +350 on this happening.
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