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Looking to reach back-to-back European Championship finals for the first time ever, France head into Euro 2020 favourites to go all the way.

Runners-up as host nations in 2016, Didier Deschamps’ men are priced at 11/4 to be playing in this year’s final. A side filled with world-class talents, Les Bleus are expected to progress out of the ‘group of death’ and enjoy a deep run in the tournament.

As the world champions from three years prior, this France side is boosted by the inclusion of Real Madrid striker, Karim Benzema, who returns to the national setup five years after his last appearance, which has only bolstered an already incredible squad. The 33-year-old will star alongside Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann at the finals this summer and they are the joint-favourites to reach the final and win the tournament itself.


Should England top their group and make it all the way to the Euro 2020 final, they will play just one match away from Wembley, effectively making this a home tournament for the Three Lions. If they finish second, things will be a bit different and a trip to Amsterdam or Rome could happen.

England haven’t made it past the quarter-finals in the Euros since they were last hosted the tournament in 1996 and have only reached one semi-final out of the last 11 major tournaments, with that last four clash being at the most recent World Cup, whilst they finished third in the inaugural Nations League.

Yet, with one of Europe’s strongest talent pools to pick from, including the likes of Phil Foden, Mason Mount and the 2018 World Cup Golden Boot winner, Harry Kane, Gareth Southgate’s men are tipped to go far this summer and have the most promising squad in world football - but is now too soon?

England are 3/1 to make it to their first final since 1966.


No team has played in more European Championship finals than Germany, with the four-time world champions making it to six finals in the tournament’s history.

Their most recent came in 2008, when Joachim Low guided his side to a second-place finish against Spain in his first tournament as Germany manager, with only a Fernando Torres goal being the difference back then. Having already announced Euro 2020 will be Low’s last in charge of the national team, the 61-year-old will be eager to add to Die Mannschaft’s 2014 World Cup win with a victory this year and conclude what could end up being a sensational 16-year stay at the helm.

A balanced squad with a mix of experienced players and youthful talents, Germany are 7/2 to reach a record seventh Euros final, but they must first figure out how they get out of a group containing the defending champions Portugal, and the world champions, France.


Three-time European champions, Spain, will be hoping to replicate the successes of past tournaments and taste continental glory once more. After reaching three consecutive major championship finals between 2008 and 2012, Spain haven’t made it past the round of 16 stage in any of the past three tournaments and with Sergio Ramos not heading to the competition, it seems as if their 'golden generation' has well and truly died out now.

Indeed, Spain will play their first-ever Euros without a Real Madrid player in their ranks, after manager, Luis Enrique, controversially out the likes of Ramos, Dani Carvajal, Isco and Marco Asensio, meaning only Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquests remain from the country's 2012 triumph.

Drawn in a group with Sweden, Poland and Slovakia, Spain are priced at 7/2 to feature in the final at Wembley on July 11th and at the very least, we should see the 2010 world champions in the knockout rounds.


Winners of their first international title five years ago, Portugal return to the Euros as reigning champions and with a squad capable of challenging once more, combining fresh faces and the old-school this time round.

A recent La Liga winner with Atletico Madrid, Joao Felix, and Liverpool forward, Diogo Jota, are two new additions, but their biggest improvements come in the form of Ruben Dias, who recently won the Premier League Player of the Year, and Bruno Fernandes, who won another Player of the Year award for Manchester United.

Likely to be playing his last European Championships, captain and record goalscorer, Cristiano Ronaldo, is part of a Seleção side who sit at 9/2 to reach the Euro 2020 final. As with Germany and France, they must first navigate out of the 'group of death'.

the Netherlands

Having sat out the previous two major tournaments, the Netherlands make a return to the international stage and have hopes of going the distance, despite it being a very, very slim one.

The 2010 World Cup runners-up will be without Liverpool defender, Virgil van Dijk, but still have a squad capable of challenging Europe’s elite, although, van Dijk is perhaps the only true world class talent available for the Dutch. However, the seemingly Barcelona bound, Memphis Depay will start alongside Frenkie De Jong and Matthijs de Ligt for Frank de Boer’s side, and all three have the capabilities to do something this summer.

With just one European Championship title to their name, the Netherlands are tipped at 9/2 to make the Euro 2020 final.