Today’s Live Football on TV: England in Euro 2024 action

 | Saturday 6th July 2024, 6:40am

Saturday 6th July 2024, 6:40am

We’ve got a whole host of matches to look forward to on Saturday, as England are in quarter-final action at Euro 2024. It’s the fourth tournament in a row where England have reached the last eight, all under the reign of Gareth Southgate, who will take charge of his country for the 100th time. 

There’s other games to take a look at as well, and below you can find Today’s Live Football on TV. 

Today's Live Football on TV - Saturday, July 6

Copa America

  • Venezuela (6/4) vs Canada (7/4) - Draw (15/8) -  (Premier Sports 1, 02:00)
  • Colombia (2/7) vs Panama (9/1) - Draw (18/5) - (Premier Sports 1, 23:00)

Euro 2024

  • England (6/5) vs Switzerland (11/4) - Draw (2/1) - (BBC One, 17:00)
  • Netherlands (4/7) vs Turkey (9/2) - Draw (16/5) - (ITV1, 20:00)

Copa America 2024 Odds

*Please click on the link above to be taken to the main Copa America 2024 page on (or app) for all the live betting prices on this competition.

Euro 2024 Odds

*Please click on the link above to be taken to the main Euro 2024 page on (or app) for all the live betting prices on this match.

Venezuela vs Canada Odds

Venezuela have been the surprise package of the Copa America so far, winning three from three in their group and knocking out Mexico in the process, to set up a quarter-final clash with Canada. Now managed by Jesse Marsch, Canada have progressed to the last eight having been invited to this competition for the very first time. 

With Alphonso Davies and co, Canada will be hoping to take the next step, although they have struggled in an attack this tournament, scoring just once in their three group matches. That goal came against a Peru side who had been reduced to 10 men, and so Venezuela will fancy their chances here. The winner of this tie will set up a semi-final clash with either Argentina or Ecuador, as we reach the business end of the Copa America. 

Colombia vs Panama Odds

At 23:00 on Saturday night, we have another Copa America quarter-final to look forward to on Premier Sports, as Colombia face Panama in Glendale, Arizona. Colombia, with their pedigree and individual talent, are clearly the favourites to win this game, with Panama reaching the knockout stages for the first time in their history. 

Panama beat Bolivia and stunned the host nation USA, to give themselves six points in the group stage. A defeat against Uruguay cost them top spot but this has still been a remarkable campaign for a side now ranked 43rd in the world. Meanwhile, Colombia held Brazil to a 1-1 draw in their final group game to secure top spot and an easier draw on paper in this quarter-final clash. 

Nestor Lorenzo will be desperate to guide his side into the final four, and all the expectation is on Colombia heading into this one. 

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England vs Switzerland Odds

Here we go again. England somehow scraped past Slovakia in the last 16 after Jude Bellingham popped up with a 95th-minute overhead kick. That goal not only kept the Three Lions in the tournament, but saved Gareth Southgate his job.

The backlash had England lost that match would have been equal to, if not worse, than what we saw in 2016 after the Iceland defeat. However, they are still alive in this competition. The game on Saturday afternoon against Switzerland will be their toughest test, as the Swiss have looked organised and energetic so far. 

Had it not been for a last second Niclas Fullkrug equaliser, they would have topped Group A and beaten Germany. As it has turned out, that goal may have done them a favour, putting in the easier half of the draw. Granit Xhaka has been superb, and the 3-4-3 system they deploy is going to cause England problems. This feels like a massive challenge for Southgate and his players.

Netherlands vs Turkey Odds

The final quarter-final of Euro 2024 sees the Netherlands face the tournament’s dark horses - in the form of Turkey. Vincenzo Montella’s men have been so good to watch, and stunned Austria in the last 16 with a phenomenal performance. 

They are also backed by the largest fanbase in Germany, and the noise they can create is simply phenomenal. Meanwhile, the Netherlands had disappointed throughout the group stage, but battered Romania from start to finish in their 3-0 success. They will fancy their chances of reaching the final based on what lies ahead of them. 

Ronald Koeman looks to have found his winning formula, and they will be tough to stop from this point onwards. Their embarrassment of riches from a defensive perspective could carry them all the way to the final.

Check out our other Euro 2024 Betting Tips here. 

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