The UEFA Euro tournament has been delayed for over a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The championships will start on Friday, June 11, and run through Sunday, August 11. This will be the final round of European soccer’s most prestigious competitions.
In 2016, Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal won their first title. They were their second appearance at a Euro Final and the first to win it since it was expanded to 24 teams.
The Euro stage will host a 24-team tournament. Six teams of four will compete against 16 other teams. The top two finishers in each group, along with four “Wild Card”, third-place finishers will advance to the knockout stage.
The tournament is open to all, with many countries competing for the trophy.
What teams should you place your bets on at Euro 2021 Are there any prop bets or underdogs that are worth looking into? This is a complete betting guide that outlines the odds and best bets, as well as expert picks for winning the tournament before the event.
France (+475) will be opening the Euro 2021 tournament, as the favourites to win according to DraftKings Sportsbook. They are the 2018 World Cup Champions. Les Bleus, despite being in Group F (the “Group of Death”), is an experienced team with a combination of young, explosive scoring talent and solid veterans. It’s not surprising that they are favored to win the title.
The rest of the teams have odds below 10-1. The top contenders for the title are England (+600), Belgium (+750), Italy +800, Portugal (+800), Germany (+900), Spain (+900), and Portugal (+800). After that, the odds of winning the title rise significantly.
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