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Group C: Netherlands to continue perfect start, draw enough for Ukraine and Austria

Ukraine and Austria both have the chance to make it into the next round, but it isn't necessarily a must-win for either side...

Ukraine vs Austria

When: Monday June 21, 17:00 BST 

Where: Bucharest

How to watch: ITV

Best Bets

Under 2.5 goals is 4/11 and a draw is at 6/5.

Roman Yaremchuk to score fist goal at 24/4.

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Group C qualification scenarios

The Netherlands are already through as group winners, and North Macedonia have been eliminated.
Ukraine will secure second spot with a win or a draw against Austria, but the Austrians will nab the runners-up berth with victory in Bucharest.

International head-to-head

Ukraine wins: 1

Draws: 0

Austria wins: 1

Ukraine goals: 4

Austria goals: 4 

Draw should be enough for both to qualify

With one point looking more than likely for each side to secure progression, we can expect to see a safety-first approach for each side. 

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Goalscorer bet

Andriy Yarmolenko and Roman Yaremchuk have bagged a couple of goals each in Ukraine's opening two games, and both will have an eye on the top goalscorer prize.

Yaremchuk in particular has the extra motivation of a rumoured move away from Belgian side Gent, and he can add to both his tournament total and ever-growing reputation!

North Macedonia vs Netherlands

When: Monday June 21, 17:00 BST

Where: Amsterdam

How to watch: ITV

Best Bets

Netherlands to win and BTTS at 7/4.

Luuk de Jong to score first at 15/4

International head-to-head

North Macedonia wins: 0

Draws: 2

Netherlands wins: 2

North Macedonia goals: 1

Netherlands goals: 8

Flying Dutchmen to continue to soar

If there was an award for best player names then Memphis Depay and Denzel Dumfries would be right up there, but luckily for Dutch fans they are just as good on the pitch.

Memphis Depay celebrates after converting a penalty against Austria

Both men have spearheaded an impressive start to Euro 2020 for Frank De Boer's side, and they should make it three wins out of three against a feisty but limited North Macedonia side.
With nothing on the line for either team it should be an entertaining game too, and with North Macedonia having scored in both their previous matches, a Dutch win and both teams to score could be a profitable play in Amsterdam.

Goalscorer bet

With top spot already secured, expect some rotation from Frank De Boer, who could well give more game time to striker Luuk de Jong.

The Sevilla starlet has scored in each of his last three starts for the Netherlands and can continue that impressive record against the Group C whipping boys.

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