Belgium have never won a major tournament, yet enter Euro 2020 as the best-ranked team in world football and amongst the favourites for glory this summer at 6/1, just behind England and France.
A star-studded side filled with some of the best talents in Europe, Roberto Martinez’s men will fancy their chances in a group they’re expected to win as they've been drawn alongside Russia, Finland, and Denmark.
Should Belgium finish top in their group, one of the best-placed third teams awaits them at the round of 16 stage, making a first-ever back-to-back appearance in a European Championship quarter-final a distinct possibility.
Knocked out by Wales five years ago, the two could meet at the same stage this time around. Time is running out for their ‘golden generation’ to leave a lasting impact on a major tournament, with Euro 2020 perhaps the last shot at continental glory for a number of their players. However, with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku enjoying stellar seasons at club level and a fired-up Eden Hazard with a point to prove, few sides if any will be a match for this Belgium side.
Belgium may not win it all. But given France's 'group of death' and a potential Harry Maguire-less England, it's tough to predict where the two joint-favourites will end up, so we've chosen Belgium and they’re 6/1 to be crowned champions of Europe at Wembley on July 11.