As the favourite to win the Golden Boot, it is no surprise to see Harry Kane as the shortest odds in this market too. The further a player goes in the competition, the more chance they have of scoring goals, which makes it no surprise that England/Kane has the shortest odds, at 20/1, although a Belgium/Kane selection may also be tempting at 33/1.
After his stellar form in the Premier League for Tottenham Hotspur, the bookies are backing Kane to continue his run and see England and Belgium as the two most likely winners.
The creative form of English midfielders this season should see Kane have plenty of chances, plus he is the team's designated penalty taker, giving him even more opportunities to boost his already impressive England record. Kane won the Golden Boot at the World Cup in 2018, and with penalties handed out so often, England’s form and creative talent, plus the easier group, Kane is the clear favourite to win the Golden Boot at the Euros.