Euro 2020 outright winner odds – who are the favourites to win Euro 2020?
With Euro 2020/2021 around the corner soccer fans will be eagerly anticipating the start of the tournament. If you are a bettor like myself you will most likely be wading through the odds and outright markets, trying to work out which bets to place. Today we are therefore going to have a closer look at the outright winner odds market, which in my opinion, probably is the most interesting market to bet on in any big tournament as it provides excitement throughout the competition. We are going to do so by going through the outright winner odds team by team, from the dark horses and outsiders through to the favourites.
Name Winner Top 2 Top 4 France 6 3.75 2.35 England 6.5 3.5 2.2 Belgium 7 3.5 2.3 Portugal 9 4.5 3.2 Germany 10 4.5 3 Spain 10 4.5 2.55 Italy 12 4.5 2.8 Netherlands 15 5 3.2 Denmark 26 10 4.5 Croatia 41 14 5.5 Turkey 51 21 9 Switzerland 71 21 8 Sweden 76 21 9 Poland 81 21 7 Austria 101 41 12 Russia 101 41 9 Ukraine 101 41 10 Wales 101 51 14 Czech Republic 151 51 12 Scotland 251 101 26 Finland 301 301 51 Slovakia 301 151 31 Hungary 501 251 41 North Macedonia 501 301 71
Every country ranked from biggest outsiders to favourites
At the time of writing this how every country ranked by outright winner odds. Note that the odds are likely to change somewhat as we get closer to the tournament. You can find actualised odds in the table above.
24. Odds Slovakia to Win Euros – 301.0
Slovakia will kick off their Group E campaign at Euro 2020 by facing Poland in St Petersburg on 14 June. For Slovakia, they will be appearing at the European Championships for the second time in succession.
Marek Hamsik is Slovakia’s most-capped player, and he remains the focal point of the team. Slovakia won’t be at the European Championships purely to make up the numbers, but they are currently long shots to win the Euros at 301.0.
23. Odds Scotland to Win Euros – 301.0
Reaching major international tournaments have been few and far between for Scotland. Indeed, the last time they appeared at the European Championships was in 1996, and just like that edition of the competition, they will be in the same group as the auld enemy England.
Scotland has some familiar faces in their squad, including Liverpool full-back Andy Robertson and Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney, but they are currently 301.0 to go all the way at Euro 2020.
22. Odds North Macedonia to Win Euros – 301.0
Taking their bow at Euro 2020 will be North Macedonia. They finished third in their Euro 2020 qualifying group, and they received a play-off spot via the Nations League.
Little is known about one of the most unheralded representatives at Euro 2020, and this is reflected in their Euro 2020 odds. At the time of writing, they have a high price of 301.0 to win the tournament.
21. Odds Hungary to Win Euros – 301.0
After getting past Bulgaria, and then Iceland in the playoffs, Hungary will take their place in the dreaded Group F at Euro 2020 which also contains Portugal, Germany and France.
Coached by former Italy defender Marco Rossi, Hungary – who reached the 1964 and 1972 Euro semi-finals – didn’t reach the Euros until 2016. At the time of writing, Hungary is 301.0 to win the tournament.
20. Odds Finland to Win Euros – 301.0
Finland – who didn’t make it to the Euro 2016 finals – are understandably ranked outsiders to do well at Euro 2020. However, in Norwich striker Teemu Pukki, they have a proven goalscorer, and he may well cause a few problems.
Currently, Finland is 301.0 to win the tournament.
19. Odds Czech Republic to Win Euros – 151.0
Under the tutelage of Jaroslav Silhavy, Czech Republic will want to go further than at Euro 2016 when they were knocked out at the group stage. With Silhavy in charge, Czech Republic has a man who knows how to win, as he claimed two titles as a coach before taking over the reins of the national side.
At the time of writing, the Czech Republic is 151.0 to win the tournament.
18. Odds Wales to Win Euros – 101.0
After having to wait a seemingly interminable 57 years to qualify for a major tournament, Wales was one of the surprise packages at Euro 2016, as they surged to the semi-finals before they were knocked out by Belgium.
Wales has some pizzazz, and Gareth Bale, who was on loan at Tottenham from Real Madrid last term, remains the country’s poster boy. At the time of writing, Wales is trading at 101.0 to win Euro 2020.
17. Odds Ukraine to Win Euros – 101.0
Ukraine enjoyed a fabulous Euro 2020 qualifying campaign. They soared through their group, as they recorded eight games, six wins and two draws. Although they may not be technically as good as some of the other sides that are in the tournament, Ukraine more than makes up for it with their energy and work rate.
At the time of writing, they are 101.0 in the Euro outright odds.
16. Odds Russia to Win Euros – 101.0
Russia has undergone a transformation over the past couple of years, with three players retiring from international duty since the 2018 World Cup, so the current squad will have a slightly different feel about it. The goalkeeping spot is currently a weak spot for Russia, and at the time of writing, they have been valued by Casumo at 101.0 to win Euro 2020.
15. Odds Austria to Win Euros – 101.0
Although Austria had a rather topsy-turvy qualifying campaign, they will no doubt be delighted to be taking part in Euro 2020. Unlocking defences has been a challenge for Austria, but in China-based Marko Arnautovic, he could be the difference. Currently, Austria is 101.00 in the Euro outright odds.
14. Odds Sweden to Win Euros – 91.0
After coming out of a long self-imposed exile, Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be looking to leave an indelible mark on Euro 2020 as it could be his last European Championships with Sweden! The striker appears to be revitalised at AC Milan, and he has a penchant for the spectacular.
The other stars that many fans will be familiar with are Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof, and RB Leipzig man Emil Forsberg. At the time of writing, Sweden is 91.0 in the Euro winner odds.
13. Odds Poland to Win Euros – 81.0
At Euro 2016, Poland made it to the quarter-finals before they lost 5-3 to Portugal on penalties following a 1-1 draw. There will be plenty of eyes on Robert Lewandowski who is widely considered one of the best strikers in Europe at present. Lewandowski has been a model of consistency for his club Bayern Munich where he has won virtually every major honour available.
He has also delivered for Poland, but he will be hoping that he can add a winners’ medal at the European Championship to his bulging trophy cabinet. Poland, at the time of writing, is 81.0 to win Euro 2020.
12. Odds Switzerland to Win Euros – 71.0
Despite struggling for their best form during qualification for Euro 2020, Switzerland still made the finals even though they missed Liverpool ace Xherdan Shaqiri. There were also issues surrounding Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka, and Switzerland will have to solve this before the tournament gets underway.
The Swiss are currently valued at 71.0 to go all the way at Euro 2020.
11. Odds Turkey to Win Euros – 51.0
While Senol Gunes inherited a side that was virtually on its knees, Turkey caught everyone, or rather France by surprise, as they took four points off Les Bleus in their Euro 2020 qualification campaign. Turkey, at present, is 51.0 to win Euro 2020.
10. Odds Croatia to Win Euros – 41.0
Croatia’s best performance at the European Championships came in 1996 and 2008 when they reached the quarter-finals. Additionally, in 2018 Ballon d’Or winner Luka Modric, they possess one of the best players in the world. And with current odds provided of 41.0 to win Euro 2020, it could be a rather juicy price for bettors!
9. Odds Denmark to Win Euros – 26.0
Denmark will be forever engraved in the annals of European Championship history after their 1992 triumph. Although they did not qualify for Euro 2016, they have some big-game players in the likes of Christian Eriksen, who has already amassed over 100 caps.
Meanwhile, Mikkel Damsgaard will be one to watch. He may only be 20, but he is already making big strides in Italy with Serie A outfit Sampdoria. At the time of writing, Denmark is outsiders at 26.0 to win Euro 2020.
8. Odds Italy to Win Euros – 13.0
Under Roberto Mancini, Italy has enjoyed a renaissance. They are searching for their first European Championship title since 1968, although the Azzurri did reach the Euro 2000 final. However, they lost to France, and in Euro 2012, they suffered more heartache against Spain, although they were comfortably dispatched 4-0.
Currently, Italy plays in a 4-3-3 formation. This has given them more flair, and dynamism, and it will be fascinating to see if they can disrupt the flow of the other established European superpowers. Italy therefore could be a dark horse, and they are currently 13.0 to win Euro 2020.
7. Odds Netherlands to Win Euros – 12.0
There has been some progress with the Netherlands over the past few years. The 1988 European Championship winners have plenty of flair, and it will be interesting to see if Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk will be fit in time for Euro 2020 as he continues his recovery from an ACL injury.
The centre-back has been out since last October after colliding with Everton shot-stopper Jordan Pickford during a Merseyside derby in the Premier League.
At the time of writing, the Oranje are valued at 12.0 to win Euro 2020.
6. Odds Spain to Win Euros – 10.0
Spain’s credentials are unquestioned as they clinched back-to-back European Championships in 2008 and 2012. There is plenty of talent in the squad, and it is a case of whether they can return to the pinnacle of European soccer once again. Sergio Ramos remains the glue that binds the defence together, and he is pretty nifty when it comes to penalties too!
At the time of writing, Spain is priced at 10.0 for the Euro 2020 winner odds.
5. Odds Portugal to Win Euros – 9.0
Also in the unenviable Group F are Portugal. The defending champions have gone under the radar. In qualifying for Euro 2020, they only booked their place at the Finals with an underwhelming win over Luxembourg.
All eyes will be on Cristiano Ronaldo, for whom it could be his last European Championships as he is 36. He is known for consistently performing rescue acts for both club and country, and he can score any type of goal. Nevertheless, Portugal is a tempting price at 9.0.
4. Odds Germany to Win Euros – 9.0
Germany has been paired in the dreaded ‘Group of Death’ which is Group F, and they will be desperate to avoid an early exit from Euro 2020. After crashing out in the group stages of the World Cup, Joachim Low’s men have been undergoing a rebuild.
A couple of the stalwarts from the disastrous World Cup – goalkeeper Manuel Neuer and playmaker Toni Kroos – remain. However, it will be interesting to see if there are any lingering scars from that tournament. Germany is currently the fourth favourites in the Euro odds for the outright winner market, as they are valued at 9.0.
3. Odds France to Win Euros – 7.0
France has pedigree insofar as past performances at the European Championship go. Indeed, they last lifted the trophy in 2000 when a golden goal from David Trezeguet helped seal a dramatic 2-1 win over Italy, and they reached the Euro 2016 Final before falling to Portugal.
At the time of writing, France is joint second-favourites at 7.0 in the Euro 2020 winner odds along with Belgium to clinch the trophy. France is two-time winners, and Didier Deschamps has managed to mould the 2018 World Cup champions into a side that is difficult to break down.
While the jury is still out on Antoine Griezmann at Barcelona, he will still be a danger man, and he could inspire France to another Euro triumph. When you also factor in that they possess Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe in their ranks, France has plenty of pace that could hurt teams.
2. Odds Belgium to Win Euros – 7.0
When it comes to measuring the Euro 2020 winner odds, Belgium rank very highly unsurprisingly. Indeed, the Red Devils, at the time of writing, are priced as second-favourites in the betting odds for Euro 2020 at 7.0.
Roberto Martinez’s men were flawless during the Euro 2020 qualification process, as they secured a maximum of 30 points from their games. They were prolific going forward, as they rattled home 40 goals, and they were watertight at the back, as they conceded just three.
Although Eden Hazard had another indifferent campaign with Real Madrid, which was in part due to injury, Belgium has quality all over the park. In particular, it will be fascinating to see Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne orchestrate things in midfield as he can thread through defence-splitting passes.
Upfront, Romelu Lukaku enjoyed an excellent season with the Serie A champions Inter Milan, and he could prove to be a thorn in the sides of most teams. Belgium’s credentials as the world number one side in the FIFA rankings are undeniable, and they will definitely be the ones to watch at Euro 2020!
1. Odds England to Win Euros – 6.5
Currently trading as the favourites at 6.5 with Casumo, England normally receive a lot of hype, and they are under pressure to deliver from the press and fans alike. Southgate’s men defied expectations when they reached the World Cup semi-finals in 2018, and they boast a highly-vaunted attack.
Harry Kane, who finished as the 2018 World Cup’s top scorer with six goals to his name, enjoyed another fantastic campaign with Tottenham from an individual perspective. Although he finished it without a trophy, he has added assists to his game.
His chemistry on the pitch with Spurs team-mate Son Heung-Min was nothing short of sensational, and the Three Lions will need Kane to fire on all cylinders if they are going to be successful.
England breezed through the Euro 2020 qualification process, and Southgate’s men will be eager to make a big impact. With the likes of Jadon Sancho and Phil Foden at their disposal, England could make for good viewing. If they can settle into the tournament quickly and click into gear, then they could be difficult to stop, It is therefore no surprise that England top betting odds for Euro 2020.
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