Welcome to this comprehensive guide to betting on Euro 2020 winner markets. We will look at the teams to look out for and everything else you need for this summer’s tournament.
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Who are the Favourites to Win Euro 2020?
Although this year’s tournament looks like it will be an open affair, there are a few nations that are generally thought to be the favourites to win Euro 2020. This is according to the betting on Euro 2020 winner markets already open and the prices set by bookmakers.
France, as the host nation, was incredibly unlucky not to win Euro 2016 when Portugal beat them in the final in Paris. But, many of that squad are still around and playing at some of the biggest clubs in the world.
France qualified top of their group, winning eight of their ten games and losing just once. They scored 25 goals and conceded six in the process. Players to look out for include Kylian Mbappe, Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba. France last won the European Championship in 2000 but are the current World Cup holders.
For this year, however, it is one of the contenders at the top of the betting on Euro 2020 winner markets.
Belgium is the number one ranked country in the rankings and have some of the most skilful players in the world within their ranks. Head coach Roberto Martinez can rely on the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard.
It seems long overdue for Belgium to win its first-ever major international trophy and the Red Devils were one of just two nations to win all ten of their qualifying games. Belgium scored an incredible 40 goals and conceded just three during the entire campaign.
Many unbiased parties are saying that it could be England’s time to shine. Head coach Gareth Southgate has a talented young squad to choose from, alongside the more experienced heads of Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling.
England lost just once in qualifying and scored 37 times in just eight games. There were three clean sheets for the keepers, while Kane was the top goalscorer in the entire qualifying campaign.
Although Spain is not the powerhouse it was ten years ago, it can still be regarded as one of the favourites to win Euro 2020. Luis Enrique’s side was unbeaten during qualifying and finished top of a group that also included Sweden and Norway. That kind of score makes it a candidate for betting on Euro 2020 winner markets.
Players to look out for include Sergio Ramos, Koke and youngsters like Pedri of Barcelona. Spain could be a good bet as their Euro 2020 odds for obtaining another major trophy very attractive.
Portugal won the last European Championship and is definitely one of the favourites to win Euro 2020. Cristiano Ronaldo is the centre of attention but there are plenty of other star players, including Bruno Fernandes.
Surprisingly, Portugal only finished second in their qualifying group, winning just five of their eight games. They did lose just once though and have reached at least the quarterfinals of every European Championship since 1996.
Who are the Underdogs of Euro 2020?
With so many countries being able to call on the talents of world-class players these days, it is not guaranteed that the winner will be one of the favourites. It could be worth looking a bit further afield when it comes to making your Euro 2020 winner predictions.
There have been surprise winners in the past, of course. Greece came from nowhere to break Portuguese hearts in their own country in 2004. There was also Denmark’s triumph in 1992. They didn’t even qualify for the tournament originally but were included as a late replacement.
We will see what the betting on Euro 2020 winner markets will look like as the tournament comes closer. Some of the teams to be on the lookout for are as follows.
The Dutch are on their way back to success after a dip in their performance during recent years. They didn’t even qualify for Euro 2018 or the World Cup in Russia, but are now looking back at their best. A favourable group draw could get them off on the right track.
Italian fans were shocked when the Azzurri failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. But there has been a complete turnaround in form since then – Italy won all ten games in the campaign to reach the finals.
There might be some very interesting Euro 2020 odds for Roberto Mancini’s team.
Germany was humbled at the last World Cup and it hasn’t been the most enjoyable of times for the national side in the last few years. But with Joachim Low announcing that he will be stepping down as head coach, another trophy might be the perfect way for the players to say goodbye.
Croatia made it all the way to the World Cup final as underdogs but have not been as successful since then. They did top their qualification group but were made to work all the way by Wales. There are still some very good players in the squad though.
It is probably unfair to say that Poland is a one-man team, but Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski is key to any success. He was injured towards the end of the Bundesliga season – but rest may be enough to get him back on form and help Poland succeed. That’s something to think about when it comes to betting on Euro 2020 winner.
It always pays to do your research when it comes to Euro 2020 winner predictions and checking out the favourites to win Euro 2020. The more you know about the players and the teams involved, the better chance you have when it comes to betting on Euro 2020 winner markets.
One of the most important stats to look out for is the teams’ recent form. Taking note of Belgium and Italy’s 100% record in qualifying is a must. But there are more markets than just betting on Euro 2020 winner. Harry Kane was the top goalscorer in qualifying and will be the main threat on the England team at the finals.
Keep up to date with the stats as the tournament goes on as well. The betting on Euro 2020 winner markets, other markets and odds will change as the games are played, so make sure you have enough knowledge at your fingertips.
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Euro 2020 Groups
Below you’ll find the breakdown of each of the Euro 2020 groups for the Group Stage, starting on 11th June 2021.
Euro 2020 Group A
Italy, Switzerland, Turkey and Wales make up Euro 2020 Group A. The group’s first match, Turkey vs Switzerland at 11pm on Friday 11th June 2021, will open the Group Stage of the competition.
Euro 2020 Group B
Belgium, Denmark, Finland and Russia will all be participating as part of Euro 2020 Group B, with their first match taking place at 6pm on Saturday 12th June when Denmark and Finland go face to face.
Euro 2020 Group C
Austria, the Netherlands, Ukraine and North Macedonia all make up Euro 2020 Group C. Their first game will be between Austria and North Macedonia, the latter of whom only qualified during the playoffs last year, at 6pm on Sunday 13th June 2021.
Euro 2020 Group D
Croatia and England, 2018 World Cup Finalists and Semi-finalists respectively, as well as the Czech Republic and Scotland are the teams playing in Euro 2020 Group D. This group will be particularly interesting for British fans as England and Scotland will be going head to head on UK soil. However, the group’s first match will see England go up against Croatia, the team that knocked them out of the 2018 World Cup, at 3pm on Sunday 13th June 2021.
Euro 2020 Group E
Poland, Spain, Sweden and Slovakia will go against each other in Euro 2020 Group E in order to progress to the Round of 16. Poland vs Slovakia will be the group’s first match, with the action kicking off at 6pm on Monday 14th June 2021, before Spain and Sweden will go head to head at 9pm that night.
Euro 2020 Group F
Coined the ‘Group of Death’ by some, Euro 2020 Group F is made up of France, Germany, Portugal and Hungary. With current World Cup champion France, current Euro champion Portugal and previous World Cup champion Germany in the group, Hungary is going to have a difficult time. The group’s first match will take place at 6pm on Tuesday 15th June when Hungary and Portugal take to the pitch.
Euro 2020 Match Schedule
Euro 2020 Betting Odds
Whoever you think might be in with a chance of winning this summer’s tournament, you should take a close look at the Euro 2020 odds to inform your betting. You will need to figure out whether the prices for your Euro 2020 winner predictions are good enough value.
You can already place bets on the tournament, so take a look at which odds look more interesting, rather than just going for the favourites to win Euro 2020. Betting on Euro 2020 winner is an appealing option for many.
Euro 2020 Stadiums
Unlike previous European Championships, Euro 2020 is to be played across the continent in 11 different host cities. This is a special one-off arrangement to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the competition.
Although there have been some amendments to the list of venues, they have now been finalised. These stadiums should be taken into account when you are picking your favourites to win Euro 2020.
Remember, even though this tournament is being played this summer now, it will not be referred to as Euro 2021. You will still be betting on Euro 2020 winner markets.
Here is a list of the 11 host venues:
- Olympic Stadium, Baku, Azerbaijan
- Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Wembley Stadium, London, England
- Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany
- Puskas Arena, Budapest, Hungary
- Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy
- Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Arena Nationala, Bucharest, Romania
- Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
- Estadio La Cartuja, Seville, Spain
Live Streaming Euro 2020
The television channels broadcasting this summer’s tournament have already been chosen. But you should be able to follow the action on live streaming platforms as well. That could mean dedicated websites or even bookmakers’ sites themselves.
Being able to watch live streaming events can give you even more information on how to bet. This is because you will be able to see exactly how the players are performing.
It should be noted though, due to the Interactive Gambling Act in Australia, any form of live betting cannot be conducted online.
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Bet on the winner of Euro 2020: FAQ
Discover more about betting on Euro 2020 winner by exploring the FAQ section below.
Will Euro 2021 Go Ahead?
Yes. The tournament was postponed last year but will go ahead this summer. It will not be called Euro 2021 though.
Will Euro 2020 Have Fans?
Yes. All the stadiums on the final list have been approved to have a certain number of fans.
Where is Euro 2021 Being Held?
This tournament is being held in 11 host cities rather than one host nation. See above for a full list of stadiums.
Can You Swap Euro 2021 Tickets?
Euro 2021 tickets are not transferable but there is a chance to exchange if a game has been moved far enough away from the original venue. Check the Euro 2021 website for the latest details.
When is the best moment to bet on the Euro 2020 winner?
Timing is crucial with betting. The best odds are always with ante-post markets and these will be up weeks or months before the start. The simple answer is; the earlier the better.
How to choose the best odds from the favourites and the outsiders?
Finding the best odds can be achieved by using either an odds comparison table, like the ones on this page or by manually checking a range of bookmakers to see who is the best price.
Who could represent a surprise for this edition of Euro 2020?
We’ve already mentioned the Netherlands, but looking further afield, Italy is a team that no one will want to play and have won it previously. Question marks surround the age of the team and the depth in quality.
What other types of bet exist for Euro 2020?
There are lots of bets that you can place and that isn’t just betting on Euro 2020 winner. These include:
- Bet on qualifying
- Bet on top goalscorer
- Bet on final
- Group outrights
- Final two teams