Who is favourite to win Euros? Latest betting odds today on England, France, Belgium, Italy and more

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Who is favourite to win Euros? Latest betting odds today on England, France, Belgium, Italy and more
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The European Championship finally kicks today, with 24 nations out for glory across the continent.

With Euro 2020 delayed by a year due to the pandemic, a summer of football now awaits us as Europe’s top nations aim to get their hands on the trophy Portugal lifted five years ago.

The Portuguese were victorious against France in Paris five years ago, and the Euro 2016 holders are reasonably priced by 888sport this time around.

However, Cristiano Ronaldo and his side sit a little off the favourites for the tournament, with world champions France understandably backed to follow up their 2018 World Cup triumph in Russia.

Gareth Southgate’s England reached the semi-finals in Russia, and a star-studded attack means they seen as next best to finally bring football home.

Belgium are No1 in the FIFA world rankings, and that means the Red Devils can no longer be considered outsiders with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Rmelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard to call on.

Germany, Spain and Italy are also in with a shout given their impressive records in knockout football, with Denmark look likely to take Belgium’s ‘dark horses’ tag this time around.

So, who will win the Euros this summer?

Euro 2020 betting odds

France: 9/2

England: 23/4

Belgium: 13/2

Italy: 7/1

Spain: 15/2

Germany: 8/1

Portugal: 8/1

Netherlands: 13/1

Denmark: 25/1

Croatia: 63/2

Switzerland: 63/1

Ukraine: 70/1

Poland: 70/1

Russia: 77/1

Turkey: 90/1

Sweden: 95/1

Austria: 100/1

Czech Republic: 125/1

Wales: 137/1

Scotland: 200/1

Slovakia: 450/1

Hungary: 450/1

Macedonia: 500/1

Finland: 500/1

Odds via 888sport (subject to change). Click here to find out more.

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