Who Is Going To Win The Euros This Summer?
Last year was a very difficult year for the world, and specifically the sporting calendar as many of our favourite sporting events were cancelled or postponed due to the global pandemic caused by Covid-19. Due to this though, one of the tournaments in which was postponed was that of Euro 2020 in which we will finally get to see play this summer, and it has potentially worked out as a good thing for many nations as it has allowed their team to develop and so we thought we’d look at some of the favourite’s chances of winning the Euros come the end of July.
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Of course, going into the tournament as heavy favourites is France, as they are currently priced at 9/2 to lift back-to-back national titles after their World Cup win back in 2018. It might be undeniable that this France squad might be unbeatable due to not just the quality that they have on show within the starting line-up, but the strength and depth that they have in the squad is seriously impressive and if anyone can beat France to the title then it will be a serious feat and something that a lot of countries will be commending.
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Another nation that are high up the bookies list of favourites is England who will be looking to claim their first national title since 1966 when they won the World Cup. Although England will know that they have already had their golden generation of football over a decade ago now, they might start believing again that this crop of players might be one of their best chances of winning the Euros in a very long time. England seem to have the perfect balance between youth and experience, skill and grit and there might be worth a bet at 6/1.
And finally, the last team that will certainly feel like this summer is there yar to lift their first national title is Belgium who are currently priced at 8/1 to lift the Euro this summer. Belgium have never had a squad in their history that matched up to the one that they have currently, with star players like Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku who they will be hoping can fire them to victory come the summer.