Portugal vs. Czechia: Euro 2024 Odds, Prediction

Payton Matthews | Updated Jun 14, 2024

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Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo takes the field at Euro 2024 for the first time on Monday from Leipzig, Germany as his Portugal side faces Czechia in Group F action.

The Portuguese opened as -190 favourites, the Czechs at +500 and a draw at +320.

Portugal vs. Czechia Betting Odds

Group F is the last to open its stage play on Monday from Germany with Turkey facing first-time European Championship competitor Georgia at noon Eastern from Dortmund, Germany, and this game kicking off at 3 p.m. ET. Led by Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal should win the group and is a -250 favourite with Czechia at +600. To advance from the group, Portugal is -1600 and Czechia -175. To finish bottom of group, Portugal is +2000 and Czechia +275.

On the draw no bet odds, Portugal is -550 and Czechia +333. The total for the match is set at 2.5 goals, with the over a -135 favourite and the under +100. To score first, Portugal is -225 with Czechia +210 and no goals at +950. That both teams score is -115 with no at -120. That Portugal wins and both teams score is +220, and that the Czechia wins and both score is +875. That both score and it’s a draw is +450. Portugal to score and Czechia not to is +145 and vice versa is +825.

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To win all group games, Ronaldo’s side is +210, the third-shortest odds of any team in any group. Czechia is +2500. To lose all group games, Portugal is +20000 and Czechia +900.

Portugal is 4-1 all-time vs. Czechia with the last match in the UEFA Nations League in September 2022, a 4-0 victory for Portugal.


Portugal is easily the highest-ranked team in the FIFA world rankings in Group F at No. 6. This is likely the last major international tournament for 39-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo, who has hinted that he will be too old to play in the 2026 World Cup in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Ronaldo holds the world record for international goals, scoring 130 for Portugal since making his debut in 2003. He is also the all-time capped player in men’s international soccer having played 207 games. Ronaldo is playing in his sixth European Championship and led Portugal to the title in 2016. No one in history has played more Euro games (25) or scored more goals (14) – including two goals vs. Czechia. Ronaldo is the -135 anytime goalscorer favourite Monday. He scored twice in the team’s final warm-up, a 3-0 win over Ireland on June 11 and also had 10 goals in nine Euro 2024 qualifying matches. Ronaldo also scored a Saudi Pro League record 35 goals for Al Nassr in his first full season with the club. This is manager Robert Martinez’s first major tournament with Portugal, which lost in the Round of 16 at Euro 2020 to Belgium.


Czechia, coached by Ivan Hašek, is ranked 36th in the world. Hašek, a long-time former national team midfielder, was only hired in January after predecessor Jaroslav Šilhavý quit over criticism of the team’s play in the qualifying matches. This is Hašek’s second stint at the helm of Czechia, as he also oversaw five games in 2009. As Czechoslovakia, it won the 1976 European Championship and also reached the quarterfinals as the Czech Republic in 2020 (technically 2021 as the tournament was delayed by COVID), losing 2-1 to Denmark. Patrik Schick, now a star for Bundesliga champion Bayer Leverkusen, tied for the most goals at Euro 2020 with five and is +350 for an anytime goal Tuesday. Including friendlies and qualifying, Czechia enters on a seven-match unbeaten streak (one draw). It beat North Macedonia 2-1 on June 10 in its final warm-up match. Schick had a goal.

Portugal vs. Czechia Prediction

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