Who will win EURO 2021?
Belgium are currently No1 in the FIFA world rankings, and that means the Red Devils (6.25) can no longer be considered outsiders with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Rmelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard to call on.
Spain and Italy (both 7.75) are also in with their impressive records in knockout football, Germany (8.00), and France (4.50).
So, who will win the Euros this summer?
Euro 2020 betting odds
As seen on 22Bet, top six favourites to win are;
Czech Republic: 137.00
But who do we think will win!?
England need to progress from the Group D before they start dreaming about silverware and if they top the pool they’ll face the runner-up from the Group of Death in the last 16 which contains the tournament favourites.
Belgium head into the tournament sitting pretty at the top of FIFA’s world rankings and boast the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku in their squad.
Spain When they managed the World Cup and European Championship double, they’ve struggled at international tournaments since with the ageing process getting their golden generation.
Germany? The longest-standing issue with Germany is their lack of a true goalscorer. Avoid!
Italy They’ve got a prolific goalscorer in Ciro Immobile, the right blend of youth and experience, along with one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
Portugal Five years ago in 2016, Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal were able to take home their first title. It marked their second appearance in a Euro Final, and they were first to win the tournament after its expansion to 24 teams. It’s hard to imagine a scenario in which Portugal repeats as the Euro winners without Ronaldo leading the team in goals. That happened in 2016 when Ronaldo scored three, but he didn’t win the Golden Boot that year. Antoine Griezmann had six to beat him. Best Bet!
Why we considered Portugal as top favourite?