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Euro 2020 Predictions & Betting Odds
The World Cup in Russia certainly proved that to be the case, and with Europe’s top sides really dominating, we’re all set for a truly incredible Euro 2020 tournament.
The tournament takes the unusual step of having no dedicated host nation, with the tournament celebrating its 60th birthday by holding games in 12 different cities across the continent.
That could create an incredibly interesting tournament, with multiple nations potentially enjoying home advantage.
Whatever happens though, we can expect a festival atmosphere and plenty of thrills and spills.
With bookmakers already offering odds on Euro 2020, we’ve begun our build up and you’ll find all you need to know about Euro 2020 betting on this very page.
Read on to find all the latest soccer tips for the tournament as well as the best sites to play with and the latest offers.
Euro 2020 Betting Sites
Soccer is one of the most bet on sports in the world, so as you’d expect most sportsbooks offer markets for Euro 2020.
The likes of bet365, Guts and Unibet all will have a range of markets available as the tournament gets closer, while established names like William Hill and Betway are among the most popular to bet on soccer in Canada.
They’ll have you completely covered, offering outright markers as well as specific markets on fixtures as soon as the draw is made.
Within fixtures you’ll find markets such as Moneyline, Both Teams To Score, First Goalscorer, Correct Score and many more.
Most of these will also be bettable in-play in what could be one of the most bet on competitions in history.
Euro 2020 Betting Odds
With Euro 2020 still a significant period away, there’s only really one market currently available to bet on, the outright winner.
There’s already plenty of talk as to which nation will win Euro 2020, with most sportsbooks pricing France as the favourites.
The last time the French won the World Cup, they went on to win the following European Championship, which was perhaps rather significantly 20 years ago.
William Hill are pricing them at +350 and most of the safe money will be going on them.
England are currently second favourite after reaching the Semi Final of the World Cup, with Spain third favourites.
It’s going to be an interesting tournament. Around eight or nine teams will believe they have a realistic chance of reaching the Final, and the Championships do have a habit of throwing in a few surprises too, such as Wales reaching the Semi Final back in 2016.
Below you’ll find the current odds for the Euro 2020 Outright Winner market with William Hill:
- France: +350
- England: +500
- Spain: +650
- Belgium: +700
- Germany: +800
- Holland: +900
- Italy: +1400
- Portugal: +1600
- Croatia: +2500
Euro 2020 Betting Tips & Predictions
It’s perhaps no surprise that most tipsters are running with France to win the tournament currently. They are one of the most exciting attacking teams on the planet, with pace, skill and lethal finishing in Kylian Mbappé and Antoine Griezmann.
In Paul Pogba and N’Golo Kante they have the perfect central midfield pairing and no nation on the planet, never mind Europe will want to face them.
One team who may be worth an outside bet are the Dutch. In Virgil van Dijk and Matthijs de Ligt they have a solid base, and the attacking talent and creativity in midfield could produce something incredibly special, just as many of the side did for Ajax in the Champions League. At +900 they’re certainly worth a punt.
The Germans will also be looking to get back on track. They have some young, talented stars in their ranks too, with the likes of Leroy Sane particularly frightening when running towards goal.
Of course, Belgium continue to have one of the most talented teams in world soccer, but it’s just not quite come off for them. They were certainly good value for the Final in Russia but met France just that little bit too far. At +700, they’re a good bet. We all know how influential Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne can be and if they continue to develop their world class talent there’s no reason they can’t do a demolition job on any nation in the tournament.
Euro 2020 Schedule
The schedule for Euro 2020 has already been revealed and while few teams know whether they’ve qualified, never mind what group they’re in, we do have confirmed dates.
The tournament, as usual, is broken down into a Group Stage and Knockout Stage, with two from each group heading into the Round of 16.
That begins on June 12, 2020, with the Semi Finals and Final all being held at Wembley between July 7 and July 12.
The full schedule can be found below:
Matchday 1: June 12-16, 2020
Matchday 2: June 17-20, 2020
Matchday 3: June 21-24, 2020
Round of 16: June 27-30, 2020
Quarter Finals: July 3-4, 2020
Semi Finals: July 7-8, 2020
Final: July 12, 2020
As well as London, there are 11 other host cities, with numerous games being held there. It’s a real tour of Europe, with the following cities hosting fixtures:
- London, England: Wembley Stadium
- Rome, Italy: Stadio Olimpico
- Baku, Azerbaijan: Olympic Stadium
- Munich, Germany: Allianz Arena
- Saint Petersburg, Russia: Krestovsky Stadium
- Bucharest, Romania: Arena Nationala
- Dublin, Ireland: Aviva Stadium
- Glasgow, Scotland: Hampden Park
- Amsterdam, Holland: Johan Cruyff Arena
- Copenhagen, Denmark: Parken Stadium
- Bilbao, Spain: San Mames
- Budapest, Hungary: Puskas Arena
Euro 2020 Live Streaming
As you’d expect with a tournament full of world stars Euro 2020 will be available for live stream and to watch on television globally.
In Canada, you’ll be able to watch live with TVA Sports, as well as online, while south of the border in the USA, ESPN and Univision will be showing the tournament live.
If you’re looking to live stream Euro 2020 from other parts of the world or use a VPN to pick up your home country’s coverage, you’ll find the following broadcasters showing fixtures:
- Australia: Optus Sport
- Brazil: Globosat
- Canada: TVA Sports
- Germany: ARD & ZDF
- Ireland: RTE
- Holland: NOS
- Poland: TVP
- Russia: Telesport
- Spain: Mediaset Espana
- United Kingdom: BBC & ITV
- USA: ESPN & Univision