Euro 2020 Betting Tips
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Euro 2020 Betting Tips

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Nation Odds
Germany 9/2
France 6/1
Spain 6/1
England 6/1
Italy 8/1
Portugal 12/1

Euro 2020 Group A Final Standings

Position Team Points
1st Italy 9 pts
2nd Wales 4 pts
3rd Switzerland 4 pts
4th Turkey 0 pts

Euro 2020 Group B Final Standings

Position Team Points
1st Belgium 9 pts
2nd Denmark 3 pts
3rd Finland 3 pts
4th Russia 3 pts

Euro 2020 Group C Final Standings

Position Team Points
1st Netherlands 9 pts
2nd Austria 6 pts
3rd Ukraine 3 pts
4th North Macedonia 0 pts

Euro 2020 Group D Final Standings

Position Team Points
1st England 7 pts
2nd Croatia 4 pts
3rd Czech Republic 4 pts
4th Scotland 1 pt

Euro 2020 Group E Final Standings

Position Team Points
1st Sweden 7 pts
2nd Spain 5 pts
3rd Slovakia 3 pts
4th Poland 1 pt

Euro 2020 Group E Final Standings

Position Team Points
1st France 5 pts
2nd Germany 4 pts
3rd Portugal 4 pts
4th Hungary 2 pts

Euro 2020 Knockout Rounds: Round of 16

Team 1 Score Team 2
Belgium 1-0 Portugal
Italy 2-1 (A.E.T) Austria
France 3-3 (4-5 Pens) Switzerland
Croatia 3-5 (A.E.T) Spain
Sweden 1-2 Ukraine
England 2-0 Germany
Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic
Wales 0-4 Denmark

Euro 2020 Knockout Rounds: Quarter Final

Team 1 Score Team 2
Belgium 1-2 Italy
Switzerland 1-1 (1-3 Pens) Spain
Ukraine 0-4 England
Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark

Euro 2020 Knockout Rounds: Semi Final

Team 1 Score Team 2
Italy 1-1 (4-2 Pens) Spain
England 2-1 (A.E.T) Denmark

Euro 2020 Knockout Rounds: Final

Team 1 Score Team 2
Italy 1-1 (3-2 Pens) England

Euro 2020 Final: England Vs Italy Betting Tips

England v Italy - 20:00, Sunday 11th July

England reached their first final in 55 years following a 2-1 win over Denmark after extra time. After a cagey start, the script was almost torn up as Mikkel Damsgaard scored a 30-yard free-kick that really should have been saved by Jordan Pickford. That goal did seem to wake the Three Lions up, however. Just moments after Raheem Sterling missed from six yards out, Buyako Saka forced Simon Kjaer into an own goal to draw the scores level. Both sides had opportunities for the rest of the game, but extra time was needed in order to settle the score. After 104 minutes, Raheem Sterling made a surging run into the box before being brought down by a combination of two Danish defenders. It was a soft penalty, and it almost looked like justice had been served when Schmeichel got a hand to Harry Kane’s effort, only for the England striker to notch his fourth goal in just three games from the rebound. What followed was ideal game management from Southgate, who at one point saw his side keep possession for nearly three minutes as the game died down. It wasn’t an ideal performance from England, but a win in a European semi-final is always something to be celebrated.

For Italy, it was an even closer game against Spain. The Spaniards dominated the majority of possession throughout the game, as would be expected. But, their finishing let them down, with Mikel Oyazarbal missing a couple of key opportunities. Federico Chiesa looked like making Spain rue their missed chances with an incredible curling effort after the hour mark. With Spain looking to go more attacking, Alvaro Morata was reintroduced to the team and made a great impact. His one-two with Dani Olmo was the highlight of the match, with Morata cooly finishing at the near post to equalise with ten minutes left. A wide-open 30 minutes of extra time followed, but neither side could carve out a genuine opportunity to win the game. As we headed to penalties, Georgino Chiellini looked to be the happiest and most calm man in Wembley, something which looked to have a clear effect on opposition captain Jordi Alba. Both sides would miss their opening penalties, but Italy were perfect from there on out, with Jorginho scoring the winning penalty following an Alvaro Morata miss. This is a very different Italian side than we've seen in recent years. They look more expressive in attack but can still depend on when needed to defend. After 32 games unbeaten, it's hard not to consider them favourites in the final.

Much has been made about England’s advantage at Euro 2020, with five of their six games being played at Wembley. This is a fact that won’t have gone unnoticed, but Italy have also played two of their knockout games in London, so it’s hardly a change of scenery for them. That leaves a pretty even contest overall, and arguments can be made for either side to be favourites. It’s rare that tournament finals are ever very exciting games, and we aren’t expecting a flurry of goals whatever the outcome on Sunday. We’re backing England to bring football home in a close-fought affair that will hopefully give us a night to remember.

England To Win 1-0 @ 11/2