UEFA Euro 2020 Betting Odds, Fixtures & Winner Predictions
This Euro 2020 guide from Oddspedia.com aims to be the ultimate guide to our customers and visitors to ensure that that it includes everything you need to know about this very exciting tournament which differs from previous tournaments in many aspects, which we will discuss.
The UEFA championship or UEFA 2020 is one of the biggest sports events in the world and football. It is only the FIFA Football World Cup that could garner more interest in the sport. There is no other continental competition that can compare with it in respect of attendance, number of viewers and the quality of the players on the field competing. We take a look at the history of the tournament, previous winners, and the format of EURO 2020. We discuss the changed format that will see for the first time 12 cities in 12 different countries hosting the tournament in 12 iconic stadiums across Europe. All 55 participating countries participated in the group playoffs, with no country automatically qualifying being the host country. We look at the different groups and the fixtures of the group stage before the elimination rounds start with the Round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final. We discuss the different groups and how we think they will do in this tough competition.
We aim to ensure that you have the knowledge and information to be able to enjoy your Euro 2020 Betting and to grasp the opportunity to make use of different types of bets, Euro 2020 Welcome Bonus, other bonuses, free bets, and special offers from bookmakers to increase your stakes. We discuss the different bets available, our unique betting tools and other great features offered by Oddspedia.com to ensure that you make the most profitable bet at the best available Euro 2020 Odds. We also share where you can enjoy live streaming of the tournament fixtures and live betting with Euro 2020 Live scores.
Betting on Euro 2020 - Tips on getting the best odds
To get the best available Euro 2020 Odds it is advisable to use an odds comparison betting site like Oddspedia.com with the ability to provide bettors at any time with a selection of the best odds, statistics, live scores and the recommended bookmakers. It is further useful to open in advance bookmaker accounts and download their apps to make use of all the special Euro 2020 Offers, bonuses, free bets and high odds for Euro 2020. Read newsletters and articles for Euro 2020 Tips to keep yourself informed of what is happening during the Euro 2020.
Bet on Winner: Outright odds and favourites
An interesting question for every bettor is: “Who can I back as the outright Euro 2020 Winner?” With some of the strongest national teams in the world participating in the tournament who are past winners of the World Cup and the UEFA Championships, there are many talented players in the different teams with huge experience when it comes to winning in knock-out competitions. Speculation is rife but many Euro 2020 Tips view France as the current favourite to be the outright winner and any odds above 4.00 can be regarded as good. Based on a review by Oddspedia.com of the best odds offered by more than 60 bookmakers the 8 top-ranked teams based on the views of the bookmakers is England 6.00, Belgium 7.00, France 7.00, Netherlands 8.00, Spain 9.00, Germany 10.00, Italy 12.00, and Portugal 18.00 at the time of writing.
It is still early days and many bookmakers are not offering odds yet but the large bookmakers are already offering odds. Based on the views of many bookmakers and sports analysts France, England, Belgium and the Netherlands are the early favourites at this stage. Don’t count out teams like Croatia 26.00 and Switzerland 81.00 when making your bet. Check the current odds in the table below.
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European Championship: Past Winners
Since the competition started in 1960, only 10 countries succeeded in lifting the cup. There are only 3 countries playing who succeeded in winning it more than once, Spain and Germany with 3 wins each and France who won it twice. The only country who could win the tournament back to back was Spain who did it in 2008 and 2012. Portugal won the previous UEFA that was held in 2016 and is back to try and defend their title with bookmakers offering good odds on them doing it again.
Euro 2020 Group Stage Betting - Odds on the favourites to advance
After the group qualifying stage finished in November 2019, 20 teams qualified outright for the 6 groups under being group winners and runner-ups with 8 teams to battle it out for the 4 remaining spots during the qualifying rounds that are taking place during March 2020. Once finished the 24 teams participating in 6 groups will be finalized and will compete in the Group Stage matches where after 16 teams will advance to the knockout stage of the competition.
The favourites in the different groups according to analysts and current odds is:
Group A with Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, and Wales as outright qualifiers, with Italy 12.00 currently the favourite, Turkey and Switzerland will be in a battle to advance to the knockout stages.
Group B with Belgium, Russia, Denmark, and Finland as outright qualifiers with Belgium 7.00 the current favourite. Russia and Denmark will battle it out to advance to the next stage of the competition.
Group C with Ukraine, Netherlands, and Austria as outright qualifiers to be joined by the Playoff D winner with Netherlands 8.0 the favourite to top the group.
Group D consists of England, Croatia, and the Czech Republic as outright qualifiers with the Playoff C winner to join the group. Favourites to advance are England 6.00 and Croatia 26.00 with England also one of the favourites to possibly win UEFA 2020.
Group E with Spain, Poland, and Sweden as outright qualifiers with the Playoff B winner to join the group. Currently, Spain 9.00 is the favourite to win the pool. With Poland and Sweden battling it out for the runner up honours.
Group F with Germany, France, and Portugal as outright qualifiers with the Playoff A winner to join them. France 7.00 and Germany 10.00 the favourites to win the pool. Portugal 18.00 is backed to advance as one of the four highest-ranked third-placed teams. The pool of death with 3 strong countries grouped, all previous winners.
Most common betting markets for Euro 2020
It is time we introduce some of the most common betting markets available when embarking on your Euro 2020 Betting to ensure that you do not miss out on any available opportunity to enjoy yourself and make some money in the process. These are the most common and popular markets but it must be noted that there are other betting markets available as well which we will not discuss. The majority of bookmakers will offer you Euro 2020 Odds on the popular markets which you can find below.
The 1x2bet also known as 3-Way betting is a popular type of betting and refers to the different outcomes in a game which a bet can be placed on. The 1 refers to a home win, the x to a draw, and the 2 to an away win. This provides a simple way of betting where a draw is a possible result. The aim with the bet is based on the possibility of every outcome with the odds reflecting just that. The bet can also be called match betting or full-time result betting. You can back your team for a home win, draw or away win. It is very important to establish the home and away status of the hosting stadiums and the teams during the UEFA 2020 Fixtures before placing your 1x2 bets.
The Over/Under betting refers to the type of betting where a bookmaker will offer odds on events in a match like the number of goals, yellow cards, corners, or other events during a match. The sportsbook will predict a statistic for a match and the punter can then decide whether the final number will be over or under the number set by the bookmaker. The correct number does not have to be guessed by the punter. The most popular market in football matches is over/under 2.5 goals which means that you can bet that either more or fewer goals will be scored during the match. There are just two possible results that increase the chances of a winning bet.
Asian Handicap betting
The term “Asian Handicap” originated during 1998 when an Indonesian bookmaker asked a journalist Joe Smith to give a translation of a popular Asian betting method known as ”hang cheng” betting. Today it is known all over as Asian Handicap betting. This type of betting is a form of spread betting which eliminates the draw as an outcome which is typical of 1x2 betting discussed above. The system works on the basis that better teams are handicapped based on their form. The handicap system ensures that the better team in a match must win with a margin of goals before a punter placing bets on them will win. This provides two betting outcomes with both having a 50% possibility of realizing. These bets offer generally low margins but help to reduce the risk of the bet when one of the Euro 2020 Dark horses clashes with one of the Euro 2020 Favourites.
The term ‘BTTS” betting is an acronym of the term “Both Teams to Score” betting. This is a popular betting market that offers the unique opportunity to bet whether both teams will score a goal or goals in a particular match. It is quite popular with punters because you do not have to place a bet on the number of goals scored, who the winner of the match will be, or lose your bet when it ends in a draw but only if both teams will score in the match. You can also bet that no team will score a goal to have a winning bet. It looks simple but it can ensure an enjoyable betting experience with Euro 2020 Offers.
Live betting, also referred to as in-play betting, is when you are allowed to place a bet after the event has started. Live streaming of events made this type of betting very popular amongst punters. The greatest benefit is that the punter is involved in the action and has the opportunity to change a bet or place new bets as the match progresses. It is wise not to place too many in-play bets simultaneously rather focus and wait for the opportune moment when you detect a certain momentum in the game. This allows adapting as the game flows and to either back their original view of the outcome or to change it.
In football, bets can be placed on the half time score, which team will score next, who will score the next goal, next corner, match-winner and a variety of other markets. This type of betting allows punters to place bets with more information to their disposal than when they place other bets. During Euro 2020 Betting it can help punters to first see how the teams are playing, their tactics, the referee and his handling of the match before placing your bets. Technology advances like the smartphone and bookmaker apps all contributed to the popularity of live betting.
Odds comparison - Compare odds to find the best bets
Any person that wants to successfully bet on any event and in particular the UEFA Euro 2020 must be able to get the best available odds on any market in real-time. To do this you must be able to compare as many odds from as many bookmakers as possible and that is exactly where Oddspedia.com fills the void with our odds comparison service and odds comparison tool. The service is 100% free to users. The fast live scores and odds available give sports bettors information that will not only entertain them but can assist them in making profits. The superb odds comparison and the multiple betting sites featured there allows punters to find and place Sure Bets. With those cases punters are assured of winning when betting on every possible outcome with different bookmakers, thus guaranteeing a profit. There are other betting tools thanks to the great odds comparison. For example, dropping odds show markets where odds are shortening and bookmakers which are slow to react. Blocked odds and blocked matches which offer opportunities to make a profit. Value bets system uses a mathematical formula ensures a profitable bet in the long run.
Comparing odds and betting tools can all be of use when it comes to betting on Euro2020. Odds comparison will boost your potential winnings on all matches - from qualifying to final games of the tournament. With Oddspedia’s top-notch odds comparison you will always have the highest odds online for the European championship, updated in real-time and available both for pre match and inplay betting.
Best betting sites & offers for Euro 2020
The first thing to keep in mind when looking at the best betting sites and offers for Euro 2020 is to keep in mind that with any event of this magnitude there is always the opportunists and scammers who will try and make a quick buck out of some unsuspecting person. That is why Oddspedia.com strongly recommends that you only use licensed and trustworthy bookmakers when betting on Euro 2020. Stay away from unknown bookmakers with exceptionally high bonuses and promotions which is far above that offered by the well-known and reliable bookmakers. The possibility that it might be a scam is quite possible.
Oddspedia.com will not show odds of unlicensed or unverified bookmakers and any bookmaker whose odds are displayed on the platform can be used with confidence. Depending on your country of residence Oddspedia.com will recommend bookmakers in your country that you can use. In the run-up to Euro 2020 bookmakers will up with a variety of special offers and it will be important to read all terms and conditions to fully understand the restrictions and more. The following are examples of what to expect.
Increased Welcome Bonuses for new customers registering accounts.
Deposit bonuses with high matching values.
Odds boosts, free bets, accumulator insurance, cashback offers and more.
As with any great sports event, there will be excellent promotions running across many betting sites. The following reputable bookmakers offer the following bonuses on their sites and we expect more bonus offers to become available before the 12th of June 2020. We will keep you informed. For example, some of the early bonuses for UK include:
- 888 Sport offer- Bet £10 Get £40 In Free Bets
- Bet365 with their Up TO £100 In Bet Credits
- Betsson offers 100% Bonus Up To £/€ 125
- PaddyPower offers £30 Risk-Free Bet.
Bonuses and free bets
The reason why bookmakers offer different football bonuses to customers is to retain the loyalty of their existing customers and to attract new customers who will join and open accounts. With a hugely popular event like EURO 2020 coming up it can be expected that bookmakers will up their ante and offer a variety of innovative football bonuses to their existing and the new customers they hope to attract. This can take the form of new customer bonuses being enhanced to increase the value of their bonuses. Generally, bookmakers offer the following bonuses.
Deposit bonuses or welcome bonuses normally used when a customer opens a new account and the bookmaker offers a bonus that will match the customer’s first deposit up to a maximum amount. Many times bookmakers express the bonus as a % of the first deposit up to a maximum amount for instance 100% up to £150. If the punter deposits £150 the bookmaker will increase the deposit value to £300 which the punter can use to place his bets with.
Free bets are when you receive money in your account which cannot be withdrawn as cash but can be used to place bets with under certain conditions, you will be allowed to withdraw your winnings but not the free bet stake.
Cashback covers you if you lose your stake and will refund you back part of your bet. Some offers include Bet365 offers up to £100 in bet credits, 888Sport with their bet £10 and get £40 in free bets and Paddy Power with a £30 cashback bet.
Enhanced odds & Price boosts
The growing popularity of enhanced odds or bets amongst online bookmakers ensured that punters have more enhanced odds that they can use to their advantage. It is simply short-term with vastly increased odds to such an extent that you will even find odds-on favourites as high as 5/1 or even higher. The offer might be restricted to new customers or the maximum bet can be limited. This still offers good value for your bet.
Price boosts are when you find that a bookmaker runs a promotion offering higher odds than what is the normal odds to their customers. In many instances, their back price offered can exceed the lay price on the exchange allowing punters to profit in a risk-free manner. Price boosts generally don’t have the same restraints on the maximum stake that you find with enhanced odds but in all other aspects, they can be viewed as the same.
All you need to know about Euro 2020
At Oddspedia.com, you can find all the information needed to understand the format of the championship and how the tournament will progress to ultimately reach the final match that will be played on July 12 in London. We will discuss the different host cities and the stadiums in which the different matches will be played in the group and knockout stages of the tournament. The tournament structure and the championship format will be discussed to ensure that everybody understands it. We look at the different groups in the group stage and how they were drawn to compete. The Euro 2020 Fixtures of both the group and knockout stages will be discussed to ensure that everybody will be able to do their planning for the different matches. To top it off we discuss how the tournament can be watched in particular the live streaming of the tournament with Euro 2020 Live scores by bookmakers and how it can be accessed.
Euro 2020 host cities and venues
To celebrate the 60th birthday of the UEFA European Championships, it was not awarded to a single country but spread across the continent with 12 host cities in different countries, with no automatic qualification by countries. The 16th UEFA Championships will take place from June 12 up to July 12, 2020, with 12 cities using 12 different stadiums to host the matches during this period.
The opening match will take place in Stadio Olimpico, Rome and both the semi-final and the final match will be played in the Wembley Stadium, London. With group-stage matches, taking place from June 12 to June 24 the host cities have been paired off into the following groups, with each stadium to host 3 group matches.
Group A: Rome (Italy) - Stadio Olimpico with Baku (Azerbaijan) - Olympic Stadium
Group B: Saint Petersburg (Russia) - Krestovsky Stadium with Copenhagen (Denmark) - Parken Stadium
Group C: Amsterdam (Netherlands) - Johan Cruyff Arena with Bucharest (Romania) - Arena Nationala
Group D: London (England) - Wembley Stadium with Glasgow (Scotland) - Hampden Park
Group E: Bilbao (Spain) - San Mames with Dublin (Republic of Ireland) - Aviva Stadium
Group F: Munich (Germany) - Allianz Arena with Budapest (Hungary)- Puskas Arena
Tournament structure and championship format
As part of the 60th Birthday celebrations of the tournament, it was decided not to award it to one host country who would have automatically qualified for the group stage of the tournament but rather to have all 55 countries participating in the two-stage qualifying process. The group tournament stage was from March 2019 up to November 2019 with countries divided into 10 groups with the group winners and runner ups qualifying for Euro 2020 Fixtures. A further 16 teams will participate in the qualifying playoffs during March 2020 to decide the final 4 qualifiers to participate in the group-stage matches of EURO 2020 Finals during June 2020.
The 24 teams will be divided into 6 Euro 2020 Qualifying groups consisting of 4 teams who will participate in the Group stage matches from June 12 to June 24, 2020, with the first match to be played at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. The Group Stage matches will determine the 16 qualifying teams that will advance to the knockout stages of the tournament. The knockout stages will start with the Round of 16, Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and Final on July 12, 2020. The Semi-Finals and the Final will be held at the Wembley Stadium in London.
Draw Results & Fixtures per Group
UEFA 2020 will consist of twenty-four teams who will challenge each other for the title of UEFA 2020 winner from June 12 up to July 12. Twenty teams directly qualified after the draw on 30 November in Bucharest and will play in six groups with four teams each. To complete the participants eight teams will play the Euro 2020 playoffs in March 2020 where four teams will advance, they will then be added to the six groups to complete the line-up for the Group stage of EURO 2020. The match schedule with venues and group draws are included as well as the schedule and venues for the knockout stage of UEFA 2020. The draw will ensure excellent football that will be hosted across Europe in 12 cities with 12 iconic stadiums as the venues.
Group A consists of Italy, Switzerland, Turkey and Wales who all qualified directly for the Group stage matches. The group is paired with the two host cities of Rome in Italy and Baku in Azerbaijan and will play their matches in the Stadio Olimpico, Rome and the Olympic Stadium in Baku.
The opening game of Euro 2020 between Italy and Turkey will be on June 12 in Rome with the other fixtures:
Wales vs Switzerland on June 13 in Baku.
Italy vs Switzerland on June 17 in Rome.
Turkey vs Wales on June 17 in Baku.
Italy vs Wales on June 21 in Rome.
Switzerland vs Turkey on June 21 Baku.
Group B consists of Belgium, Russia, Denmark, and Finland who all qualified directly for the group stage matches. The two cities of Saint Petersburg (Russia) and Copenhagen (Denmark) are paired with the group and their matches will be played in the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg and the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.
The first group matches will take place on June 13 between Belgium and Russia in St.Petersburg with the fixture between Denmark and Finland taking place in Copenhagen. The next fixtures will take place on 17 June 2020 between Finland and Russia in St. Petersburg and Denmark vs Belgium in Copenhagen. The final games take place on June 22 in St. Petersburg between Finland and Belgium and Russia vs Denmark in Copenhagen.
Group C has direct qualifiers, Ukraine, Netherlands, and Austria who will be joined by the Playoff D winner. During March 2020 the playoffs will take place between Georgia, Belarus, North Macedonia, or Kosovo.
The two host cities are Amsterdam and Bucharest, matches will be in the Johan Cruyff Arena and the Arena Nationala. On June 14 the Netherlands and Ukraine meet in Amsterdam, with Austria and the Winner of Playoff D meeting in Bucharest.
On June 18 it’s the Netherlands vs Austria in Amsterdam and Bucharest Ukraine will meet the Winner of Playoff D.
The final Group C matches will take place on June 22 between Playoff D winner and the Netherlands in Amsterdam with Bucharest hosting the match between the Ukraine and Austria.
Group D has direct qualifiers England, Croatia, the Czech Republic and the Playoff C winner. The playoffs between Norway, Serbia, Scotland, and Israel. The host cities will be London and Glasgow with matches in the Wembley Stadium and Hampden Park. On June 14, England meets Croatia in London and Playoff C winner challenges the Czech Republic in Glasgow.
Second round matches on June 18 will be England vs Playoff C winner in London and Croatia vs the Czech Republic in Glasgow. On June 23 3rd round matches will be England vs the Czech Republic in London and Croatia vs Playoff C winner in Glasgow.
Direct qualifiers Spain, Poland, Sweden and the Playoff B winner will form Group E. Playoff B will see Bosnia and Herzegovina, Northern Ireland, Slovakia, and the Republic of Ireland battling it out. With host cities Bilbao and Dublin hosting matches at San Mames and the Aviva Stadium.
The opening round matches on June 15 see Spain vs Sweden in Bilbao and Poland vs Playoff B winner in Dublin.
On June 19, Sweden will play Playoff B winner in Dublin with Spain meeting Poland in Bilbao on June 20. The final group matches on June 24 takes place in Bilbao between Playoff B winner and Spain and in Dublin, it’s Poland vs Sweden.
Group F with direct qualifiers Germany, France, Portugal and the Playoff A winner has Munich and Budapest as host cities with the AllianzArena and Puskas Arena as the venues. Playoff A will have Bulgaria, Hungary, Iceland, and Romany battling it out.
Opening round matches on June 16 have Germany vs France in Munich and Playoff A winner vs Portugal in Budapest. On June 20 Germany meets Portugal in Munich and it’s France vs Playoff A winner in Budapest. On June 24 the final group matches take place between Germany and Playoff A winner in Munich and Budapest hosts France vs Portugal.
Euro 2020 Full Schedule and Match Dates for Elimination Rounds
The elimination rounds of Euro2020 brings us to the business part of the tournament, with the last 16 teams determined and the margin for error very slim. With no second chances and so much riding on every game, expect outstanding performances from all teams and players trying to reach the final. Any team who wants the title must win their next 4 matches, one in the Round of 16, the Quarterfinal, the Semi-final and the final. Anytime you lose and you are out. There is no match scheduled to determine the third-place winner.
Round of 16
This round takes place from June 27 to June 30 over 8 matches in 8 host cities between the group winners, runners-up and the 4 top-ranked, third-placed sides from the group phase. Matches will kick-off at either 5 pm or 8 pm.
Game 1: Group A runners-up vs Group B runners-up; Amsterdam Game 2: Group A winners vs Group C runners-up; London
Game 3: Group C winner vs third-placed side from Group D/E/F; Budapest
Game 4: Group B winner vs third-placed side from Group A/D/E/F; Bilbao
Game 5: Group D runners-up vs Group E runners-up; Copenhagen
Game 6: Group F winner vs third-placed side from Group A/B/C; Bucharest
Game 7: Group D winner vs Group F runners-up; Dublin
Game 8: Group E winner vs third-placed side Group A/B/C/D; Glasgow
This elimination round of 4 matches takes place between the winners of the Round of 16 and will be played on July 3 and July 4 in the 4 cities who didn’t host a Round 16 match. Kick-off will be either at 5 pm or 8 pm.
Quarter-final 1: Game 6 winner vs Game 5 winner; St Petersburg
Quarter-final 2: Game 4 winner vs Game 2 winner; Munich
Quarter-final 3: Game 3 winner vs Game 1 winner; Baku
Quarter-final 4: Game 8 winner vs Game 7 winner; Rome
The tournament is drawing to a close with the last four teams left standing in the Euro 2020 Standings competing to determine who will play in the final, both Semi-final matches will be played in London’s Wembley Stadium with kick-off times at 8 pm.
Tuesday, July 7
Semi-final 1: Quarter-final 2 winner vs Quarter-final 1 winner; Wembley, London
Wednesday, July 8
Semi-final 2: Quarter-final 4 winner vs Quarter-final 3 winner; Wembley, London
The final match of the 16th UEFA championship, EURO2020 is scheduled to take place on Sunday 12 July in London’s Wembley Stadium with kick-off at 8 pm. The final will bring to close a tournament which started with 55 teams in 2019 when the final whistle will culminate in crowning the winning team of EURO 2020.
How to watch the European Championship - Live Streaming
With the rapid advances in technology that gave us the smartphone, internet and online connectivity the face of bookmaking has changed forever, today it is unthinkable that a bookmaker won’t have an app and an online presence. This opened the door for live streaming of matches which can be watched by punters on their mobile devices wherever they might be. It also paved the way for live gambling during the match. All the top online bookmakers provide live streams to their customers with many requiring a positive balance on your account, some only require a registered account and some stream it for free. Oddspedia.com will live stream matches on any Euro 2020 matchday and it is recommended that you ensure that you register with one of the Betting sites/Bookmakers Euro 2020 so that you don’t miss out on any Live Streaming.
Top 5 contenders to win Euro 2020 - Oddspedia’s picks
Euro 2020 in its exciting new format is widely expected to be one of the most intriguing European Championships ever held, with the addition of 12 hosting cities and 12 stadiums to take place from June 12 to July 12 after 55 teams started the journey to qualify. The draw for the group's stage has been done and with many teams believing they have what it takes to be crowned as the winner let’s consider some of the favourites at this early stage.
England at the Euro 2020 - Fixtures, squad & odds to win
England also fondly referred to as the Three Lions are one of the early Euro 2020 Favourites to lift the trophy on July 12 in the Wembley Stadium, London after their heartbreak in during the 2018 World Cup in Russia after losing in the semis against Croatia.
The team did well in the qualifiers having won 7 of their 8 matches before losing against the Czech Republic 2-1. They were drawn in Group D alongside Croatia, the Czech Republic and Playoff C winner.
England scored 37 goals and will have home advantage with their group matches scheduled to be played in London and also the playoff matches as well. They are expected to be the Euro 2020 group winner of their group. Their star performers are Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Jordan Pickford, Marcus Rashford and Raheem Sterling were under 25 players in Russia and much is expected of players like Jadon Sancho, Tammy Abraham and Trent Alexander-Arnold. They currently struggle with injuries to key players and their price has drifted out to 9/1 on becoming the Euro 2020 Winner. Coach Harry Southgate will play a crucial role in his team’s success.
Spain at the Euro 2020 - Fixtures, squad & odds to win
Spain or La Roja struggled to repeat their 2012 success when they won the tournament back-to-back to become the only team to have done so. They did well in their qualifying matches being undefeated in their pool with 8 wins and two away draws, scoring 31 goals. They have an experienced captain in Sergio Ramos who can inspire them to great heights possibly to achieve some of their former glory as one of the Euro 2020 Dark horses despite struggling with managerial difficulties.
They will play their matches in Group E with Poland, Sweden, and the Playoff B winner. Spain is expected to win their pool matches with 2 taking place in Bilbao and one in Dublin to give them a home ground advantage with a player like Thiago and Captain Sergio Ramos there to unsettle their opposition. Their current odds came down to 8/1 from 9/1. Spain can be backed to win their pool but it remains to be seen if they can advance all the way but they can surely cause an upset along the way.
Germany at the Euro 2020 - Fixtures, squad & odds to win
Germany or also known as Die Mannschaft have signaled that they are on their way back after a string of humiliating results during 2018. They have a proud record and to record, just one win out of seven fixtures didn’t go down well, Joachim Low was under severe pressure to turn things positive again in particular after leaving experienced players out of his group.
They did well in their qualifying matches winning 7 out of their 8 matches with 30 goals but their 4-2 defeat to the Netherlands in Hamburg won’t please them. Their track record of three wins in the Finals and reaching the semi-finals 9 times must be considered.
They are drawn in what is viewed as the Pool of Death with France, the defending champion Portugal and Playoff A winner. They have a hometown advantage and will play all their group matches in Munich. Their current odds is 15/2 down from 10/1 their draw in their pool makes it very difficult to back them as pool winner but they have a good chance of reaching the knockout stage of the championship. Much is expected of players like lkay Gündogan, Serge Gnabry and Timo Werner.
France at the Euro 2020 - Fixtures, squad & odds to win
France or also known as Les Bleus comes into the tournament as the runners-up in the previous tournament held in 2016 and went on to win the 2018 World Cup held in Russia, with Didier Deschamps, who will be in charge of the well-disciplined team. The team looks set to achieve success as Euro 2020 Outrights winner.
The team is well established with many of their star players still under 30 years of age and at the peak of their playing careers, this includes players like Paul Pogba, Raphael Varane and Antoine Griezmann, Blended into the mix is exciting young rising stars like Kylian Mbappe and Ousmane Dembele who ensures that France’s feature looks great. Les Bleus won the competition twice and their manager Didier Deschamps himself a winner during 2000.
France is drawn with Germany, Portugal and Playoff A winner in Pool F, the so-called Pool of Death. They won’t have any hometown advantage and will play their pool games in Munich and Budapest. Their qualifying went relatively smooth with 8 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss with 25 goals being scored. Their current odds of being crowned Euro 2020 Group winner looks good at 5/1 down from 6/1 and also to achieve success as Euro2020 winner.
Belgium at the Euro 2020 - Fixtures, squad & odds to win
Belgium or also known as the “Red Devils” have been knocking at the door in their quest to be crowned as the winner of a major trophy coming close during 2018 when they lost in the World Cup semi-finals. They have experienced players in their squad with Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne doing well for their respective clubs and with experienced manager Roberto Martinez to guide them can continue to claim the Euro 2020 Winner title.
Belgium is drawn in Group B with Euro 2020 Outrights Russia, Denmark and Finland with their matches taking place at St. Petersburg and Copenhagen. Their qualification went very well and they scored 40 goals with only 3 being conceded. They are the favourite to finish as the Euro 2020 Group Winner and are alongside France the current Euro 2020 Favourites to win the tournament. Their current odds stand at 5/1 down from 6/1.
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