Euro 2020 Odds: Countries to Win all Euro 2020 Group Games


There is plenty of optimism in England with fans eager to see what Gareth Southgate can achieve with his young, talented, and promising Three Lions squad. The likes of Phil Foden, Harry Kane, Mason Mount and Jack Grealish have all had magnificent seasons and it looks as if the English are genuinely heading into the summer with justified belief they can win.

Southgate’s men begin their Euro campaign against the team that brought their 2018 World Cup dreams to an end in the semi-finals: Croatia. Zlatko Dalić’s side are somewhat ageing and aren’t quite the team they were three years ago, slipping from fourth to 14th in the world rankings since 2018. After Croatia, it’s a fierce tie against Scotland as two home nations collide at Wembley. The two British nations haven’t met since the World Cup qualifiers way back in 2017, with Harry Kane snatching an extremely late equaliser to make it 2-2.

There are plenty of Premier League quality players in the Scotland side such as Scott McTominay, Andy Robertson and John McGinn, but you would feel England should be the better side in what will be very much a Premier League-esque battle. England’s final group game is again at Wembley and against Czech Republic, who they thrashed 5-1 in the 2019 qualifiers before a disappointing defeat seven months later.

England should beat all three and progress into the knockout rounds with ease and odds are 13/8 to win all three group games.

Euro 2020 To Win All Group Games Odds


ENGLAND @ 13/8

The Netherlands

The Netherlands could be a dark horse in the competition, and with a favourable draw, you would expect them to ace their group. Their first test in the group stage is when they face Ukraine at the Amsterdam Arena on June 13th. The Ukrainians are rated 24th in the world rankings and could potentially be a banana skin, featuring a few talented well-known players such as Oleksandr Zinchenko of Manchester City and Ruslan Malinovskiy who has been performing well in Italy for Atalanta.

Frank de Boer’s side then welcome Austria to Amsterdam, who could be a tricky task and look like the biggest test for Holland on paper. Franco Foda’s men topped their Nations League group recently, finishing above Norway, Romania and Northern Ireland last November.

There are a few top players such as David Alaba, Marcel Sabitzer and Marko Arnautovic that could ask questions. The final group game for the Netherlands sees them face North Macedonia, the 62nd ranked nation. Another fixture that looks comfortable for the likes of Memphis Depay, Frenkie de Jong and Gini Wijnaldum.

Odds are 7/4 for the Dutch to win all three of their group games.

Euro 2020 To Win All Group Games Odds




After not winning any of the two major tournaments since 2012, could 2021 be the year that Spain return to the top of the footballing world? Luis Enrique’s Spanish team kick off their Euro 2020 campaign by welcoming Sweden to Seville. Janne Anderson’s men struggled in their Nations League games last year, losing five of six games against Croatia, Portugal and France, but things should be different at a major summer tournament.

Spain will then have to keep Robert Lewandowksi at bay when they host Poland in their second group game before their final group stage fixture against Slovakia. Three sides that could provide a potential slip-up for Sergio Ramos and co., but with the experience and ability in their side, you would expect them to qualify with ease.

Odds are 7/4 for them to get three wins out of three in their group fixtures.

Euro 2020 To Win All Group Games Odds


SPAIN @ 7/4


The current European champions have a tough challenge if they’re to defend and retain their crown, starting with the group of heavyweights. With France and Germany clashing on the first matchday, Portugal face Hungary in their opener on 15th June, in which they will hope a win will give them confidence heading into the huge tie against Germany.

Their final group game against France could be an important one to see who progresses from the group. Portugal definitely have enough talent and ability in their team to challenge the other big guns. The likes of Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo and Ruben Dias have all had an incredible campaign with Manchester City as well as the likes of Joao Felix and Bruno Fernandes that have enjoyed a great season with their respective clubs.

There’s also the legend himself Cristiano Ronaldo, who might be leading his country into a European Championships for the final time and the odds are 11/1 for Portugal to win all three group games.

Euro 2020 To Win All Group Games Odds




Roberto Mancini leads his Italy side into the Euros, looking to make an impact with a new generation of Italian talent. His team will have to overcome a group stage that doesn’t look completely plain sailing, starting with a tie against a good Turkey outfit.

The partnership of Lille duo Yusef Yazici and veteran Burak Yilmaz have seen Şenol Güneş’ men score big wins in World Cup Qualifiers against Nthe etherlands and Norway, topping their group so far in Group G. Italy will still be the favourites to win, having not lost a national team fixture since September 2018. After Turkey, Mancini’s men take on Switzerland at the Stadio Olimpico.

The Swiss have been going well recently, winning both of their World Cup Qualifiers so far in the same group as Italy, although the two are yet to meet. They also managed to hold Germany and Spain in score draws in their Nations League games towards the end of last year. Italy’s final group game is against Wales, with the Dragons looking to cause a real upset. Gareth Bale and co will have a huge task at hand though to keep the likes of Ciro Immobile, Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Chiesa at bay.

Odds are 11/4 for Italy to win all three group games.

Euro 2020 To Win All Group Games Odds


ITALY @ 3/1


It’ll be interesting to see how the world champions fare in what looks like a highly entertaining group that features three of the top favourites to do well in the competition.

Didier Deschamps has quality all over the pitch to choose from, as Les Bleus look to finally get their hands on a third European Championship, after falling short to Portugal in the 2016 final. After their crunch opening tie with Germany, France meet Hungary at the Ferenc Puskas Stadium. Les Bleus’ final group game will see them face the team that cost them the Euro 2016 crown, as they lock horns with Portugal at in Budapest.

France beat a strong Portugal side when they last met in November 2020, with N'Golo Kante the unlikely scorer to edge a 1-0 win. Odds are 13/2 for France to get the better of Portugal again and win all of their Euro 2020 group games.

Euro 2020 To Win All Group Games Odds


FRANCE @ 13/2


Euro 2020’s Group F is certainly the group of death in this year’s competition. Germany are 11/2 to win all three games in a very tough group that features France and Portugal. Their first fixture sees them battle France at the Allianz Arena, who they haven’t been able to beat in their last three games, with the most recent being a 2-1 Nations League loss to Les Bleus in October 2018.

Joachim Löw’s team then face the defending European champions, meeting Portugal at the Allianz before their final group game against Hungary. Germany have a team capable of winning all three games, but their first two games will be the real test about Die Mannschaft’s credentials.

The likes of Thomas Muller, Manuel Neuer and Toni Kroos will be looked at to provide experience but could their ageing side could be their downfall against the young and exuberant talent that France and Portugal boast.

By Jordan Edmonds

Euro 2020 To Win All Group Games Odds


GERMANY @ 11/2