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The Latest Price Changes at Euro 2020

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Italy to win Euro 2020 @ 13/2

The Latest Price Changes at Euro 2020

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Romelu Lukaku to Win the Golden Boot @ 9/4

What Happened In Each Group & what this means for the odds?

Group A

Italy’s performance against Turkey turned out to be as impressive as Bocelli’s singing, as they beat Turkey 3-0 on Friday night, thanks to goals from Merih Demiral (O.G), Ciro Immobile and Lorenzo Insigne.

The other match in Group A saw Wales draw 1-1 with Switzerland, as the Swiss failed to capitalise on their dominance, having conceded a 74th-minute equaliser to Kieffer Moore, having taken the lead in the 49th minute through Borussia Monchengladbach’s Breel Embolo.

Italy have now gone in at 1/8 to win the group, and the Swiss 8/13 to qualify, whilst Roberto Mancini's men are now the fourth favourites to win the tournament.

Group B

Belgium started the tournament in good fashion In Group B against Russia in Saint Petersburg. Roberto Martinez’s side comfortably beat Russia 3-0 with very little threat to their own goal.

Group B’s other game saw Finland beat Denmark 1-0 in Copenhagen thanks to a Joel Pohjanpalo header on the hour mark, which was the Finns only shot of the match before Pierre-Emile Højbjerg had a penalty saved with 16 minutes to go by Lukáš Hrádecký of Bayer Leverkusen.

Finland are now the favourites to qualify after Belgium at 4/11, whilst Lukaku has been slashed as the Golden Boot frontrunner to 9/4.

Group C

The Dutch came out of the blocks quickly in the second half and scored a quickfire brace through Gini Wijnaldum and Wout Weghorst, but, despite their dominance, Andriy Yarmolenko and Roman Yaremchuk pegged them back, before Denzel Dumfries secured all three points.

Austria’s 3-1 victory over North Macedonia was another predictable outcome and this win has meant not much has changed in the predicted outcomes of Group C.

David Alaba and co. are now 1/20 to qualify and the Netherlands are 1/4 to win the group.

Group D

England also impressed on Sunday, beating Croatia 1-0 at Wembley thanks to a Raheem Sterling goal, which was assisted by Leeds United’s Kalvin Phillips. Gareth Southgate’s side looked to have learned from the 2018 World Cup semi-final as they limited Croatia’s time on the ball by pressing them, and looked solid defensively towards the end of the match as the Croats pressed for a late equaliser.

Scotland were outdone 2-0 by a clinical Czech Republic side, and they are now in serious danger of heading home, whilst the Czechs have another great chance to advance into the knockout rounds.

The Czech Republic have gone to 1/10 to qualify, England 1/6 to win the group, whilst Scotland are a high 4/1 to qualify.

The Latest Price Changes at Euro 2020

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Scotland to qualify from Group D @ 4/1

Outright Winner Odds

The Three Lions victory against Croatia sees them priced at 5/1 to win Euro 2020, with many critics labelling Southgate’s side as being weak defensively, however, they looked comfortable as the match went on, and they've been cut from 8/1 to 5/1 in some places.

Belgium’s victory over Russia has seen the bookies price them up at 6/1 to win the competition, which as mentioned above, was impressive considering the likes of De Bruyne didn’t play, whilst Eden Hazard came on the pitch as a 72nd-minute substitute for Dries Mertens. What was promising to see, was how solid they looked defensively, as Toby Aldeweireld and Jan Vertonghen marshalled the backline well, whilst Lukaku looked as potent as ever up top, taking his international goal tally up to 62 in 94 matches.

After not being considered as a threat to France, Belgium and England, Italy now come in as the fourth favourites to win the tournament at 13/2 due to their dominance against Turkey who were tipped by some people as dark horses to go far in the competition, however, with a minus three-goal difference to their name, they will now do well to advance to the knockout stages.

And finally, of the major nations that played on the weekend, the Netherlands, are priced at 14/1, as De Boer’s sides attacking performance against Ukraine was very impressive, but, their quick defensive capitulation late on in the second-half raised eyebrows over whether they would be resilient enough to win Euro 2020, hence why they are eighth favourites to win the tournament.

Golden Boot Odds

Lukaku’s odds to win the Golden Boot at Euro 2020 have shortened from 4/1 to 9/4 in some places following his brace against Russia, as he has the likes of Denmark and Finland to play in Group B, whilst England’s Harry Kane is the second favourite at 8/1 to win the award, despite not scoring against Croatia.

Despite scoring England’s winning goal against Croatia, Sterling has the odds of 14/1 to win the Golden Boot, which is possibly down to the fact that this goal was the Manchester City man’s first at the finals of a major tournament.

Italy striker Ciro Immobile is priced at 14/1 which may surprise a few, as he scored Italy’s second goal in their convincing victory against Turkey, meaning that we should expect similar displays by the Azzurri against both Switzerland and Wales. Napoli’s Insigne is an outsider at 25/1 having scored the third goal of the game against Turkey.

Whilst Depay has the odds of 20/1 to win the Golden Boot, having failed to find the back of the net in his side’s 3-2 win against Ukraine. Teammates, Wijnaldum and Weghorst, have both been priced at 33/1 to win the award after their goals on matchday one. The Netherlands have the likes of Austria and North Macedonia in Group C, meaning that it is too early to rule out the likes of Depay.