Who is looking most likely to win Euro 2020?
2020 brought with it a range of uncertainty and disappointment. This included hospitality industries closing down, the high street shutting, and the aviation industry being grounded. Amongst all of that disappointment was the postponing of the Euros. Now, as vaccines are rolled out, fans fill the stands, and the air is filled with the sound of chanting once more, it's hard not to feel optimistic. Can the same be said for your team's chances of winning, though?
As the group stages come to an end, people worldwide are making predictions about what the results could mean for who is the most likely to succeed in the tournament. As such, it only seems right that that information is compiled into one helpful list. See below for all the information on who it's looking like is most likely to win Euro 2020 as it stands.
How do things currently stand?
France have started their European campaign incredibly well with a win over Germany thanks to the own goal scored by Mats Hummel. This win has placed France right at the forefront as favourites for Euro 2020. Following them are some strong contenders such as Belgium and England, both of whom are yet to lose a game in their group stages.
In England's first game, the side put out by Gareth Southgate managed a win past Croatia, the same team who were responsible for knocking them out of the world cup only 3 years ago in Russia. Raheem Sterling's goal was to supply them with victory and a top spot as favourites for this year's Euros.
Also, following a convincing 3-0 win over Russia in their first game, Belgium have also cemented themselves as likely contenders.
The top ten teams
Thanks to the odds supplied by local bookmakers, it is easy to list the top ten teams that people feel could be successful in the Euros. Of course, if you would like to become more versed in understanding Euro 2020 betting odds, then there are helpful guides available on sites such as Unibet that you can refer to.
As previously stated, France are the number one contender with a 22% chance of winning the Euros. After which come England and Belgium with 15% and 14% chances. The next 7 are Italy with 13%, Portugal with 12%, Spain with 10%, Germany with 9%, The Netherlands with 7%, Croatia with 2% and Denmark with 2%.
Will France be able to win another major tournament?
Following their convincing world cup win in 2018 and their strong start to the Euros 2020, many now wonder whether France has what it takes to take him another win from a major tournament in such a short space of time. There is nothing to suggest that they will not be able to. With such a talented side of players and a strong opening to the tournament, France looking like favourites isn't surprising, and them winning is certainly not unrealistic.