Back in 2016, Portugal shocked Europe by winning the European Championships against favourites France in the final and despite losing Cristiano Ronaldo to injury early in the game, they clung on against the French, with Eder scoring to make it 1-0 19 minutes into extra time. Since then, the Portuguese have gone from strength to strength in Europe, winning the inaugural UEFA Nations League and witnessing their men around Europe dominant with their clubs.
As well as their top scorer Ronaldo, they now boast two of the most in-form players in Europe: Manchester duo Bruno Fernandes and Ruben Dias. United's playmaker Fernandes in particular has gained plaudits since arriving in England, contributing to 26 goals in 25 league games this season.
Now, the bookies have Portugal at 8/1 to retain their European title and they may well be dark horses once again and we take a look at their chances to do so and their many Euro odds, such as to win each group game.