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Top Scorer, Winner, Best Player & More: Our Predictions for Euro 2020

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The Winner - Belgium

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.

The Winner of Euro 2020 Odds

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Belgium to win Euro 2020 Odds @ 6/1

Young Player of the Tournament - Mason Mount

Since Gareth Southgate took charge of England in 2016, no player under the age of 23 has scored more goals for the Three Lions than 22-year-old, Mason Mount and given how he tend to choose him over Phil Foden, he is our man for the Young Player of the Tournament.

The only question hanging over the Chelsea midfielder's head is where he will play, and with a debut European Championships on the horizon, we’re backing him to win the Young Player of the Tournament award.

England are joint-favourites to win the competition, yet questions surrounding the fitness of Harry Maguire and who would partner John Stones in his absence, make the chances of a first international trophy since 1966 slim. But with plenty of attacking talent on show and the added benefit of playing matches on home soil with fans, Southgate’s men should enjoy a deep run into the knockout phases.

Likely to be the metronome in England’s possession-based system, the Chelsea Player of the Year is tipped at 13/2 to add another individual title to his honours list this summer.

Euro 2020 Young Player of the Tournament Odds

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Mason Mount @ 13/2

Player of the Tournament - Kevin De Bruyne

Only one player has ever won the Player of the Tournament award at a European Championships and not been from the winning country when France superstar, Antoine Griezmann, was given the accolade for his performances in Euro 2016, despite finishing as a runner-up with host nation France.

If Belgium are to win this summer’s tournament, it is likely to be in no small part down to the exploits of the 29-year-old midfielder, Kevin De Bruyne. Making his tournament debut at the 2014 World Cup, De Bruyne has picked up at least one Man of the Match award in every championship he has played in since, demonstrating the creative playmaker’s ability to influence games on the biggest of stages.

Having played an instrumental part in City’s successful Premier League campaign, De Bruyne has all the credentials required to leave a lasting impression on Euro 2020 and lead his nation to glory. With a mesmerising passing ability and a deadly eye for goal and with Lukaku ready for any service to net home for Belgium, De Bruyne has everything aligned to be the tournament's best player

De Bruyne is priced at 9/1 to be the first Belgian winner of the Player of the Tournament award.

Euro 2020 Player of the Tournament Odds

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De Buryne @ 9/1

Shock of the tournament - Turkey

Making their first back-to-back tournament appearance since 2000, Turkey hold all the pieces to cause a shock and they’re our dark horse pick for Euro 2020.

Fresh off an impressive 16 goal season with Ligue 1 champions LOSC Lille, Turkey captain, Burak Yilmaz will lead the line for the side in Group A. Senol Günes’ men will have hopes of progressing into the knockout stages and have been drawn against Switzerland, Italy and Wales.

Odds on to make it out of the group, Turkey have qualified for the quarter-finals in two of their last three European Championships, including a third-place finish at Euro 2008. They head into the tournament in good form, having stunned the Netherlands in a recent World Cup qualifier and have only lost one of their last eight competitive matches.

Priced at 8/1 to replicate their form of 2008 and reach the semi-finals at Euro 2020, don’t look past this dogged and resilient Turkey side to cause an upset this summer.

Golden Boot - Harry Kane

The Golden Boot at Euro 2020 is near impossible to call given the structure of the groups this time around, and how many of the favourites are set to meet each other before the semi-finals. The likes of Kylian Mbappe is going to have to hope he gets a bunch of goals against either Portugal to Germany, which is going to be tough, because Hungary in that group seems like the only way he can get goals under his belt without pressure.

As is the case with most top scorer wins at major international tournaments, the group stages is where the damage gets done, such as when five of Harry Kane's six goals came in the groups when he won the Golden Boot at the World Cup. With this said, a group of Croatia, the Czech Republic and Scotland, as well as his penalty duty, naturally puts him as the favourite for the Golden Boot at 5/1. The only issue here is, England, if they win their group, will meet one of France, Portugal or Germany, where the road could very easily end for the Three Lions.

This brings us onto Lukaku, who should also bag a handful of goals in his group that sees Denmark, Finland and Russia meet the Red Devils. After this, Belgium's run can be much easier than England's, with them set to meet the third-best placed side of Group A/D/E/F, which is tough to predict, but it could see them meet Wales, Turkey, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Poland, Sweden, Portugal, France, Germany, which, like Kane, could spell the end of the road or be the time they establish themselves as the clear favourites.

However, given his incredible season with Spurs and the 2018 World Cup, plus the addition of VAR and his penalty duty, we can't help but go for Kane here at 5/1.

Euro 2020 Golden Boot Odds

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Harry Kane @ 5/1