Who Is Going To Win The Euros This Summer
With the Euros starting this weekend, football fans around Europe have been looking forward to a national tournament for three years now since the Euros was postponed last year due to the global pandemic caused by Covid-19. However, due to the three years wait for a national tournament, the hype for the tournament is bigger than ever and so we thought we’d investigate some of the favourites for the tournament and who is most likely to go on to win the tournament.
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The heavy favourites going into the tournament are France who have quite clearly got the best squad not just in Europe, but possibly the world. They are the current world champions and will be looking to see if they are able to be the first teams to win back-to-back tournaments since Spain back in 2010. France are the big favourites going into the tournament priced at 9/2 and we can’t see many teams coming to close to this French squad.
England are also priced near the top of the favourite list by most bookies, currently priced at 7/1. England are looking to win their first national title since they won their inaugural tournament back at the 1966 World Cup. England will be believing as a nation that this is one of their best chances to win a tournament due to the quality in which this squad has, from top to bottom, and the perfect mix between youth and experience. England do have one of the most different routes to the final but if they are able to overcome some of their biggest rivals on route to the final then they will certainly be believing that they have a chance.
And if you are looking for an outsider, then Belgium might be your bet for the tournament where they are priced at 9/1 with most bookies. Belgium have never really been seen as a footballing nation, as they haven’t ever won a tournament as a nation, but they are currently going through their golden generation of players and will be looking to Romelu Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard to fire them to victory.