With the 16th edition of the UEFA European Championship gearing to begin, football bettors all over the globe have begun to critically examine and analyze various aspects of the tournament and its contenders in an effort to place the right wager on who will be crowned the Euro 2020 winner. As with every soccer event, Euro 2020 firmly promises no drought of excitement. All 24 teams that will be participating are in some of the best forms that they’ve ever been, making it even more difficult for bettors to accurately assess their Euro 2020 winner odds.
With the promise of claiming glory that has been denied them for more than 5 decades, the England team guided by the experience and expertise of Gareth Southgate are positively rearing to go. If the 37 goals they scored to get 7 wins out of 8 matches is anything to go by, they are more than capable of giving any team in this tournament a good run for their money. It’s no wonder that they have been adjudged joint favorites for the tournament. Of course, the fact that a sizable number of their games will be played on home turf is something to factor in as well. This becomes an even bigger variable should fans end up being allowed into the Wembley Stadium.
The Current UEFA Euro 2020 Winner Odds
England is a formidable foe, but so is their co-joint- favorite team, France. With the likes of Manchester United’s Paul Labile Pogba and Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema lining their ranks, it’s not that hard to see why. Not to be discounted of course is Belgium, Fifa’s number 1 world ranker. All of these factors and so much more bring the current odds as at the time of this writing to what you see above.
Percentage Statistics Of Most Likely Euro 2020 Winner
As most experienced bettors know, to an extent, you can always trust the direction a bookie’s odds are pointing to at least inform your decisions. Subject to any number of changes, most bookmaker odds are ranking countries like Denmark, Italy, Netherlands, and Croatia with a less than 10% chance of winning this tournament. Countries like Portugal, Germany, and Spain currently have less than a 15% chance of coming out victors in this rumble while the co-favorites, France and England have a 17%. The bookies are firmly backing Belgium in the absence of these two titans. No matter how the pendulum swings, for now, all eyes are on England and the world is waiting at the edge of its seat to see how these gladiators perform on the pitch. Gareth Southgate has a young, dedicated team, and driven to work with and their experience from three years ago in Russia is sure to positively influence their play here.
France is also in another corner and with the experienced professionals the team can call on, they are one force not to be easily discounted. The likes of Romelu Lukaku and Kevin De Bruyne would be looking to claim this glory for Belgium as well, making this tournament a truly difficult one to call. Portugal and Spain cannot be easily eliminated, and neither can the Netherlands nor Italy, regardless of what the odds say. So, who will be the Euro 2020 winner? Just like you, we can’t wait to find out!