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Euro 2020 Predictions

News, predictions & stats for Euro 2020.
11th June to 11th July 2021

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Euro 2020 Predictions

When are the 2020 Euros?

Euro 2020 takes place from 11th June to 11th July 2021 and you could argue it's Euro 2021!  We'll stick with Euro 2020 or the “Euros” as that's what we've all grown up to know it as.

So, who will win Euro 2020 in 2021 then?

Euro 2020 Winner predictions

Who will be crowned the Euro 2020 winner, or should that be Euro 2021 winner?

Euro 2020 Outright Winner Odds

The Euro 2020 outright betting markets have been shaping up over the last few months and the latest odds put England as joint favourite with France to win Euro 2020 at 5/1.

All the usual suspects follow with the 2016 winners, Portugal, at odds of 8/1.   Strong support for Belgium, who are yet to win the Euros, at 6/1.

  • England – 5/1
  • France – 5/1
  • Belgium – 6/1
  • Germany – 7/1
  • Portugal – 8/1
  • Spain – 8/1
  • Italy – 11/1
  • Netherlands – 12/1
  • Denmark – 28/1
  • Croatia – 33/1 
  • Russia – 66/1
  • Switzerland – 66/1
  • Turkey – 66/1
  • Ukraine – 66/1
  • Poland – 80/1
  • Sweden 80/1
  • Austria – 100/1
  • Czech Republic – 125/1
  • Scotland – 150/1
  • Slovakia – 150/1
  • Wales – 150/1
  • Hungary – 250/1
  • Finland – 500/1
  • North Macedonia – 500/1

Euro 2020 – Round of 16 Fixtures

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Wales v Denmark 🇩🇰
🇮🇹 Italy v Austria 🇦🇹
🇳🇱 Netherlands v Czech Republic 🇨🇿
🇧🇪 Belgium v Portugal 🇵🇹
🇭🇷 Croatia v Spain 🇪🇸
🇨🇭 Switzerland v France 🇫🇷
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 England v Germany 🇩🇪
🇸🇪 Sweden v Ukraine 🇺🇦

See how the Round of 16 Qualified Teams works at UEFA.com

Euro 2020 – Quarter Final Fixtures

Euro 2020 Fixtures & TV Guide

 

Euro 2020 TV Guide

Who has won the Euros the most times?

Germany (twice as West Germany and once as Germany) and Spain hold the title for winning the Euros on the most occasions with 3 titles apiece.
France have won the European Championships twice – once as host nation and the other when neighbours Belgium & Netherlands jointly hosted it in 2000.

England have to yet to win the Euros – will 2021 be the year to win Euro 2020?

 

TeamWinnersRunners-Up
Germany3 (1972, 1980 & 1996)3 (1976, 1992 & 2008)
Spain3 (1964, 2008 & 2012)1 (1984)
France2 (1984 & 2000)1 (2016)
Soviet Union1 (1960)3 (1964, 1972 & 1988)
Italy1 (1968)2 (2000 & 2012)
Czech Republic1 (1976)1 (1996)
Portugal1 (2016)1 (2004)
Netherlands1 (1988)
Denmark1 (1992)
Greece1 (2004)
Yugoslavia2 (1960 & 1968)
Belgium1 (1980)

 

Euro 2020 Groups

Six groups of four teams battle it out for the Euros, which consists of the 20 teams that qualified by the group stage and the four play-off winners.

The Euro 2020 Groups are as follows:

Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland

Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia

Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, North Macedonia

Group D: England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic

Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia

Group F: Hungary, Portugal, France, Germany


Euro 2020 Qualified Teams

 

The Euro 2020 Groups were:

Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland

Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia

Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, North Macedonia

Group D: England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic

Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia

Group F: Hungary, Portugal, France, Germany


Euro 2020 Group A predictions

Turkey kick off proceedings for Euro 2020 against Italy on the 11th June 2021 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. Wales and Switzerland join them in Group A.

Senol Gunes has given Turkey a new lease of life since his arrival and the former Besiktas boss has promised that ‘there is more to come’ from his side. With Italy expected to sail through to the last 16, it leaves second place up for grabs, and it’s Turkey who appear to have the most talent in forward areas.

Wales will be hoping to build on their 2016 heroics, however, they aren’t quite firing on all cylinders, whereas Switzerland will provide a stern test for them.

However, having beaten the Netherlands and Norway in their World Cup 2022 qualifiers, they will fancy their chances against anyone in this competition. Lille’s Burak Yilmaz is likely to be key to their chances this summer.

 

Euro 2020 Group B predictions

A little bit of a Scandinavian affair here with Denmark and Finland facing each other as they start off Group B on the 12th June 2021 in Copenhagen. Belgium and Russia complete Group B.

Denmark are a short price to qualify for the final 16 and they may even be able to give group favourites Belgium a run for their money. The Danes have been excellent in recent weeks and caught the eye during the recent World Cup 2022 qualifiers.

They hit 14 without reply during the March international break, and although the level of opposition was questionable (with the exception of Austria), they should be in good goal-scoring mood going into this year’s tournament. Christian Eriksen has largely disappointed domestically, however, the former Spurs midfielder always turns up to the big games for his country.

Euro 2020 Group C predictions

The Netherlands are the host nation for Group C and start their Euro 2020 campaign at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam on Saturday 13th June 2021 at 9pm. They get to watch Austria face little known North Macedonia in the earlier Group C game at 5pm.

Low-scoring games are commonplace during the early stages of an international tournament, and Ukraine are likely to be involved in a few of those this summer. Goalscoring isn’t necessarily their forte, however, they are defensively sound.

They held France to a 1-1 draw recently, and although they should have finished off Finland and Kazakhstan, they are going to be hard to score against. Ukraine also beat Spain 1-0 in the Nations League and if they can find a way to unlock their attacking potential, they could be dark horses this summer.

Euro 2020 Group D predictions

England hope to go one better than their 1996 performance and earn themselves a place in the Euro 2020 final. They’re joined in Group D by Croatia, Czech Republic and fellow home nation, Scotland. England face Scotland at Wembley on the 18th June at 8pm.

With England expected to ease their way to the last 16, the battle for second is likely to be between Croatia and Czech Republic for second position. There appears to be very little between them, and the meeting between the pair on June 18th could be crucial.

It’s probably worth taking the bigger price on the Czechs, especially considering they held Belgium to a 1-1 draw during the last International Break. Admittedly, their tame defeat to Wales is a concern, but with Croatia struggling to recapture their 2018 form, they may have enough to sneak through.

Euro 2020 Group E predictions

Dublin and Bilbao host the Group E games which feature Poland v Slovakia in the first game on the 14th June at 5pm, followed by Spain v Sweden later at 8pm. Sweden and Poland will be expected to battle it out for second spot and it could be worth taking the Scandinavian side to qualify…

Janne Andersson’s side performed with enormous credit at the 2018 World Cup and they have plenty of quality in their squad. Questions remain about whether Zlatan’s recall will help or hinder them, however, he still has the quality to perform on the biggest stage.

Poland have really struggled recently and their only competitive victory since October 2020 came against Andorra. They were defeated by England and could only draw 3-3 with Hungary. They need to sharpen up, so it’s worth backing the Swedes.

Euro 2020 Group F predictions

Euro 2016 winners Portugal face off against Hungary in the opening game of Group F. France v Germany looks to be another cracker of a game for Group F too. This is easily the most competitive and intriguing group at Euro 2020.

With France and Germany expected to make it through, it is definitely worth siding with Euro 2016 winners Portugal to displace one of the duo. They are still managed by the wily Fernando Santos and although Cristiano Ronaldo remains the headline act, they have far more in their locker.

Bruno Fernandes and Joao Felix are both exciting players, and even at 38-years old, Pepe can still hold his own at the highest level. Portugal need to tighten up after conceding some silly goals in the recent World Cup qualifiers, however, you can never write them off in these kinds of events.

Euro 2020 (2021) Group Qualifying Accumulator

The ‘To Qualify’ market is a popular way to bet on International tournaments, and it’s a great way to keep an interest and follow every single match during the group stage.
Although this market is unlikely to appeal to those who enjoy betting on double-figure prices, it is a great way to combine several short-priced selections to create a group stage accumulator.
We’ve taken a look at each group (A-F) and picked out a country who we believe are likely to qualify for the knock-out stages of Euro 2020.

To Qualify Acca Selections – 10/1

Group A – Turkey
Group B – Denmark
Group C – Ukraine
Group D – Czech Republic
Group E – Sweden
Group F – Portugal

Euro 2020 to Qualify 10/1 ACCA

Euro 2020 (2021) Top Goalscorer Tips

Football fans are looking forward to seeing some of Europe’s hottest talents take to the pitch this summer and the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Robert Lewandowski and Harry Kane will all be hoping to shine at Euro 2020.
The Top Goalscorer market is a hugely popular ante-post betting option, and with the majority of the continent’s most potent strikers going head-to-head, it looks set to be a fascinating four weeks.

Betting on the Top Goalscorer Market

If you’re betting on the Top Goalscorer market, it’s strongly advised to pick players whose countries are likely to reach the latter stages of the competition. It’s also better to select those who are likely to start every single game, and players with poor injury records should be overlooked.
Teams who have been drawn in favourable groups are also worth focusing on, as players such as Romelu Lukaku tend to thrive against the minnows, yet they tend to struggle whenever they come up against superior opposition.
The majority of online betting sites will pay four places at ¼ of the odds, so it’s also worth considering players at bigger prices who could have a breakout tournament.

Who are the Favourites?

England’s Harry Kane is likely to start as the favourite in the Top Goalscorer market following his exploits in Russia. The Spurs striker won the Golden Boot at the 2018 World Cup having netted six times. This underlines the importance of looking for players who are likely to thrive in the group stage as the 27-year old netted five of his six goals against Tunisia and Panama during the early stages of the tournament. Kane will be captaining the side again, and is likely to play every single minute of group stage. Although Czech Republic, Croatia and Scotland aren’t likely to be quite as straightforward, he should still help himself to a few goals. He’s also set to be on penalty duty.

Kylian Mbappe is Europe’s hottest talent and it’s unsurprising to see him listed amongst the favourite for this year’s tournament. He comes off the back of another profitable season in Ligue 1 and he’s also been helping himself in the Champions League. He made a slow start to the 2018 World Cup before eventually helping himself to four goals. Although there is plenty of competition for places in the French squad, Mbappe is likely to be one of the first names on the team-sheet.

Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t getting any younger, but he is still as influential, and rarely goes missing in big games. He’s continued to fire in the goals in Serie A this season, and although he may not play every minute of this tournament, he is likely to be heavily involved. Unfortunately, his side have been drawn alongside Germany and France in Group F and Portugal’s chances of progression are significantly reduced as a result.

The aforementioned Romelu Lukaku is likely to be a popular option in this market and the Inter striker comes off the back of a successful season in Serie A. He will get plenty of service and Roberto Martinez’s side are likely to fill their boots against the likes of Finland and Russia. He netted four times at the 2018 World Cup and is likely to be in the thick of things here.

Alvaro Morata is an interesting option with the striker having had a largely disappointing campaign domestically. However, he always turns up for his country and having scored four times in qualification, he will be keen to add to his tally. Spain have been drawn in a very winnable group and he shouldn’t have any problems finding the net against Poland and Slovakia. He’s already faced Sweden several times during qualification and he also scored against Janne Andersson’s side.

Euro 2020 Top Goalscorer Predictions

As always, it’s a hugely competitive field and there are several players who could enjoy a successful summer. Of the favourites, Romelu Lukaku and Alvaro Morata are the best options with both players likely to stock up on goals during the group stage.
However, with bookies paying 4 places ¼ odds on this market, it may be wise to look beyond the top five in the betting.

Ciro Immobile – Italy (25/1) E/W

Italy are expected to progress to the latter stages of the tournament and the striker is likely to play major role this summer. He’s netted 14 times in his first 27 games for Lazio and also netted several times during his country’s unsuccessful qualifying campaign for the 2018 World Cup. More recently, he scored twice during 2022 World Cup qualification matches, and with the Azzurri drawn alongside Switzerland, Wales and Turkey in Group A, he should be able to make a decent start to the tournament.

Ferran Torres – Spain (50/1) E/W

Manchester City’s Ferran Torres has enjoyed a decent first season in the Premier League and has scored three times in 19 appearances. He’s also netted four times in the Champions League.
However, it’s the 21-year old’s form for his country which has been exceptionally eye-catching. He netted twice in the recent qualifiers, and fired in a hat-trick against Germany during the club’s November 2020 Nations League meeting.
If he can continue that form, 50/1 is a ludicrous price.

Burak Yilmaz – Turkey (100/1) E/W

Sticking with Group A, Turkey could be outsiders to qualify for the last 16 and Burak Yilmaz is likely to be the main man for Senol Gunes’ side. He’s scored ten times for Lille this season in Ligue 1, and fired in a hat-trick against Netherlands during the last international break.
Turkey aren’t afraid to pour forward (at the expense of defending) and with Cenk Tosun having picked up an injury playing for Besiktas recently, the responsibility could all fall on the experienced 35-year old’s shoulders.

England's Group D Fixtures

Sunday 13th June

  • England v Croatia – 2pm (Wembley) BBC

Friday 18th June

  • England v Scotland – 8pm (Wembley) ITV

Tuesday 22nd June

  • England v Croatia – 2pm (Wembley) ITV

Scotland's Group D Fixtures

Monday 14th June

  • Scotland v Czech Republic – 2pm (Hampden Park) BBC

Friday 18th June

  • England v Scotland – 8pm (Wembley) ITV

Tuesday 22nd June

  • Croatia v Scotland – 8pm (Hampden Park) ITV

Wales's Group A Fixtures

Saturday 12th June

  • Wales v Switzerland – 2pm (Baku) BBC

Wednesday 16th June

  • Turkey v Wales – 5pm (Baku) BBC

Sunday 20th June

 

  • Italy v Wales – 5pm (Rome) ITV

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