England, Euro 2020 runners-up, are leading the pack as favourites to win in the Euro 2024 odds, slightly edging out France and hosts Germany. Join us as we look at the 17th edition of this prestigious tournament, held across 10 cities from 14 June to 14 July, to spotlight potential surprise teams and standout players.

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England appear to have their best shot at finally ending their trophy drought that dates back to their 1966 World Cup victory. With a plethora of players who can easily turn on the style to find the back of the net, the ‘England to win Euro 2024' odds are pretty short.

Highly fancied France, the 2022 FIFA World Cup runner-up to Argentina, are England’s biggest rival to lift the trophy, with the usual suspects Germany, Spain, Portugal as the main contenders to triumph.

Belgium, defending champions Italy, and the Netherlands are the only other sides under 20/1 in the Euro 2024 winner odds.

Croatia may be flying under the radar for many, but they tend to play their best at major tournaments, and could be worth a punt with odds as good as 40/1. They impressed on World Cup duty, reaching the 2018 final and the semi-finals in 2022. Their Euro 2020 campaign ended at the hands of Spain, after losing in a thrilling eight-goal game.

The odds with some sportsbooks have recently been falling dramatically for Croatia’s neighbours Serbia, so an each-way bet could be worth a punt. Both Serbia and Croatia employ similar tactics of wide attacks with a physical presence.

National TeamBetVictor Oddsbet365 OddsCoral Odds
England11/43/111/4
France4/14/110/3
Germany5/111/29/2
Portugal8/18/18/1
Spain9/18/18/1
Belgium16/116/116/1
Italy16/114/116/1
Netherlands18/116/116/1
Croatia33/140/133/1
Denmark40/140/133/1
Austria50/180/150/1
Turkey50/150/150/1
Hungary80/180/180/1
Scotland80/1100/180/1
Switzerland80/166/166/1
Poland125/1150/1100/1
Serbia125/180/166/1

England To Win Euro 2024 Odds

Euro silverware is in the sights of Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions yet again, having been handed a generous draw. The squad is settled and works well as a versatile unit in the preferred 4-2-3-1 system with a set of sharpshooters, including German-based Harry Kane, as well as Premier League aces Phil Foden and Bukayo Saka.

England should have no problem overcoming Serbia (16 June), Denmark (20 June) and Slovenia (25 June) to top Group C. Their reward would be a last 16 tie against a third-placed team, with victory seeing a quarter-final clash against either the runner-up from Group A (likely to be Hungary) or Group B (probably Italy).

The biggest weakness for England is the fitness of key players like Kane, as well as defensive quartet Kieran Trippier, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, and John Stones. Midfield seems a bit hit and miss, with star players such as Jude Bellingham and Declan Rice unable to replicate their club form on the international stage.

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    Last time England won a trophy: FIFA World Cup 1966

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    Best Euro run by England: Runner-up Euro 2020

France To Win Euro 2024 Odds

Head coach Didier Deschamps has been at the helm since 2012, and focuses on fast counterattacks to win games. France’s trophy cabinet is already pretty full, with the two-time World Cup winners aiming to improve on their last 16 penalty defeat to Switzerland at the Euro 2020 in England.

Deschamps needs to get superstar Kylian Mbappe firing on all cylinders.  He was the player who missed his crucial kick in the shootout against the Swiss at the last Euro tournament. The 25-year-old, favourite to take the Golden Boot accolade, was surprisingly — and virtually — anonymous in his recent final game for Paris St. Germain.

Mbappe is one of numerous serial winners, alongside veteran strikers Olivier Giroud and Antoine Griezmann. Midfield seems solid with Real Madrid duo Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni, and the defence has overcome the uncertainty displayed during the last Euros. But France struggle against set pieces, and they are usually slow starters at major tournaments.

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    Last time France won a trophy: UEFA Nations League 2021

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    Best Euro run by France: Champions Euro 1994 & Euro 2000

Germany To Win Euro 2024 Odds

Although Germany are one of the world’s most successful football teams, their past decade has been barren when it comes to winning tournaments. Long gone is the well-oiled machine of die Mannschaft and aggressive counter-pressing. German fans have faith in head coach, Julian Nagelsmann, to roll back the glory years with his chess-like offensive and vertically-oriented approach.

A significant strength of the German team is that the squad comprises players who compete alongside each other at club level, such as Bayer Leverkusen, Bayern Munich, RB Leipzig, Real Madrid and Stuttgart.

If they are to be crowned Euro champions for the first time this century, they will have to deliver precise crosses to their pair of 34-year-old target men Thomas Muller and Toni Kroos, who use their stature to hold off opponents. It is the other end of the pitch that is their weakest link, as Antonio Rudiger is considered their only world-class defender.

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    Last time Germany won a trophy: FIFA World Cup 2014

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    Best Euro run by Germany: Champions Euro 1972, Euro 1980 & Euro 1996

Spain To Win Euro 2024 Odds

Traditionally, in the mix to win trophies, head coach Luis de la Fuente has been handed a tricky group that includes defending champions Italy and the powerful Croatians, who excel in these tournaments.

De la Fuente will undoubtedly stick to his favoured 4-3-3 formation with Alex Grimaldo marshalling the defence, like he has done at Bayer Leverkusen all season. The midfield trio of Pedri, Rodri, and Nico Williams will be tough to compete against; while upfront wonderkid Lamine Yamal and Alvaro Morata — Spain’s top goalscorer at the Euros with six strikes — should provide much-needed firepower.

The weakness for Spain is that they lack the killer instinct, especially when it comes down to spot-kicks. La Roja tasted penalty defeats to Morocco (2022 World Cup last 16) and Italy (Euro 2020 semi-final).

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    Last time Spain won a trophy: UEFA Nations League 2023

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    Best Euro run by Spain: Champions Euro 1964, Euro 2008 & Euro 2012

Portugal To Win Euro 2024 Odds

All eyes will be on the iconic Cristiano Ronaldo, the most-capped male international player with 128 goals from 206 appearances, who is probably making his final foray at a major tournament.

The 39-year-old was instrumental in Portugal’s extra-time triumph over France to win the Euro 2016 final. Head coach Roberto Martinez will need the forward to be at his razor-sharp best for the Euro 2024 challenge. Ironically, Martinez was at the helm for Belgium when they beat defending champions Portugal at Euro 2020.

Portugal have not enjoyed a good run at a tournament for years, being stunned by Morocco in their 2022 World Cup quarter-final and leaving Ronaldo in tears. Martinez has been in charge since that reversal, and is relying on stars like Ruben Dias, Bruno Fernandes, and Ronaldo to shine. The team’s weakness is their lack of size, and of course their physical strength.

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    Last time Portugal won a trophy: Euro 2016

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    Best Euro run by Portugal: Champions Euro 2016

Recent major football tournaments have made compelling viewing with surprise results and upsets in the group stages, as well as shock early exits in the knockout rounds.

Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Portugal, and Spain failed miserably at the 2022 World Cup. The Euro 2024 could be a leveller with any head coaches of relative minnows who employ a strategic approach with cohesive play.

We have scoured the latest betting odds to win the group and qualify, noting that some European powerhouses will need to be on the ball to avoid any embarrassment. There are a few potential banana skins for the world’s top teams, although, on paper, it appears straightforward for some sides.

The odds to win Euro 2024 are ever evolving, and an each-way outsider could be a consideration, as it should be another exciting yet unpredictable football feast.

Euro 2024 Group A — Galvanised Germany

National TeamTo Win Euro 2024 OddsTo Qualify Odds
Germany9/21/20
Switzerland66/11/2
Hungary808/13
Scotland804/6

Germany did not have to go through the rigours of qualifying as hosts, meaning that ambitious manager Julian Nagelsmann goes into the virtual unknown with his blend of youth and experience. On home turf, the heat will be turned up by demanding fans to produce eye-catching performances with strong results.

This should be a rejuvenated German team compared to the side that has been in the doldrums for years. Yet, it is not just a straightforward battle with fellow FIFA top 20-ranked Switzerland, who are consistently impressive at these tournaments, because Hungary are also in the mix to top the group.

The Swiss are like clockwork under coach Murat Yakin, who took them to the last 16 at the 2022 World Cup. Hungary are on the up, and rarely lose. Marco Rossi masterminded their 4-0 humiliation of England in the Nations League two years ago. That leaves Scotland as the fall guys, who always show fight in their belly but tend to fall short against top-class opponents.

Prediction: 1st Germany, 2nd Hungary, 3rd Switzerland, 4th Scotland

Euro 2024 Group B — Group Of Death

National TeamTo Win Euro 2024 OddsTo Qualify Odds
Spain8/11/10
Italy14/12/9
Croatia40/13/10
Albania400/111/4

Three nations all ranked inside the world’s top 10 make this a nightmare group for Albania, who are making only their second Euro finals appearance, and realistically can be discounted from progressing to the knockout stages. Spain will be chasing a record-breaking fourth Euro crown, with their usual tactics of high-possession and whizzing down the wings. Yet, they could find defensive-minded duo Croatia and Italy difficult to dominate overall.

Defending champions Italy, who did not even reach the 2022 World Cup, are always mentally strong on the big stage. Since manager Luciano Spalletti took the reins last August, opponents are no longer able to find big holes and ultimately score goals. The worry is that Azzurri do not appear to have anyone to carry them forward with passion.

Croatia, who have never gone past the quarter-final at the Euros, are a solid side. Boss Zlatko Dalic can call on the experience of his ageing superstars Luka Modric and Ivan Perisic to supply vital goals, although striker Andrej Kramaric may outshine both.

Prediction: 1st Croatia, 2nd Spain, 3rd Italy, 4th Albania

Euro 2024 Group C — England Expects

National TeamTo Win Euro 2024 OddsTo Qualify Odds
England11/41/25
Denmark33/11/3
Serbia66/18/15
Slovenia200/111/8

This is England’s shot at success with a moderate group to navigate out of a potentially favourable draw in the knockout stages. The odds have been gradually shortening for England to triumph and become outright favourites. This is partly due to their strong record at tournaments, as they impressed at Euro 2020 with five clean sheets in seven games, and also due to their attacking prowess.

None of their group games appear to pose any threat for the Three Lions, although former Euro winners Denmark always provide a tight contest. Denmark, who bowed out at the Euro 2020 semi-final to England following some fabulous displays, often overachieve in tournaments. They look comfortable, but not spectacular, under coach Kasper Hjulmand.

Serbia and Slovenia are also expected to be tamed by England. Yet, Serbia are led by their former legendary player Dragan Stoijkovic, whose attack-minded tactics generate flair and relentless attacks from the wing to create a flurry of goal-scoring chances.

They are poised to cause damage to the reputations of the big names and may well create waves at Euro 2024, whereas Slovenia could end up as the group’s whipping boys, although 20-year-old forward Benjamin Sesko could net some goals.

Prediction: 1st England, 2nd Serbia, 3rd Denmark, 4th Slovenia

Euro 2024 Group D — France To Flourish

National TeamTo Win Euro 2024 OddsTo Qualify Odds
France4/11/20
Netherlands18/12/9
Austria50/15/6
Poland125/16/5

France, whose squad is sprinkled with some serious stars, will be aiming to bounce back from their classic 2022 World Cup final defeat to Argentina by winning Euro 2024. Les Bleus have been gifted a favourable group, which should get them off to a canter before they get up to speed in the knockout rounds.

Head coach Ronald Koeman is not expected to emulate the Euro 1988 victory for the Netherlands, despite inheriting a squad brimming with young high-profile names. Nonetheless, it could be a formidable team that turns out for their big matches.

Austria boss Ralf Rangnick has something to prove after his stint at Manchester United and playing the tournament in neighbouring Germany. He orchestrated a remarkable 6-1 success over Turkey in March, three days after Christoph Baumgartner netted the fastest-ever international goal within seven seconds against Slovakia, so Austria are not a pushover. On the other hand, Poland — quarter-finalist at Euro 2020 — had to rely on reaching this tournament with a tense play-off victory over Wales.

Prediction: 1st France, 2nd Austria, 3rd Netherlands, 4th Poland

Euro 2024 Group E — Belgium Set To Boss

National TeamTo Win Euro 2024 OddsTo Qualify Odds
Belgium16/11/20
Ukraine100/11/3
Romania200/18/11
Slovakia500/1Evens

This is the last shot for the Belgium golden generation to write their name in the history annals if they can succeed at Euro 2024. The group will be the envy of other top teams, as the Red Devils should easily breeze past Romania, Ukraine, and Slovakia.

Belgium has never won a tournament, but finished Euro 1980 as runner-up to West Germany. Manager Domenico Tedesco will be able to throw caution to the wind and unleash his aces to dismantle lowly opponents in the group games.

Romania and Slovakia both soared during their qualifying campaigns. Romania finished unbeaten to head their group in front of Switzerland. Slovakia were only defeated by Portugal during their group games. Ukraine are resilient, but their flaws were exposed when brushed aside with a 4-0 by England at Euro 2020.

Prediction: 1st Belgium, 2nd Slovakia, 3rd Romania, 4th Ukraine

Euro 2024 Group F — Promise From Portugal

National TeamTo Win Euro 2024 OddsTo Qualify Odds
Portugal8/11/20
Turkey50/11/3
Czech Republic150/14/6
Georgia300/119/20

Roberto Martinez, after virtually a decade of failing to pick up a prize with Belgium, has been set a goal to win a trophy with Portugal. This could be a possible last hurrah from superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese typically perform well in tournaments, and grabbed the honours by lifting the Euro 2016 trophy.

Their group opponents comprise Czech Republic, debutant Georgia, and revitalised Turkey. It has been a long time since the Czech were dazzling on the pitch, but they will arrive for their eighth Euro appearance on the bounce and with striker Patrik Schick in formidable form, having starred in the Bundesliga with Bayer Leverkusen.

Georgia are an unknown quantity, with head coach Willy Sagno guiding them through the play-off, which could benefit them to pull off an upset. Turkey have been resurgent recently, until their heavy defeat to Austria, but are aiming to return to their glory days as a European powerhouse.

Prediction: 1st Portugal, 2nd Turkey, 3rd Czech Republic, 4th Georgia

Germany, the three-time Euro champions, will kick off their Euro 2024 campaign against Scotland in the tournament curtain-raiser. There will be 50 more matches to be played before the winner is crowned.

We have sourced statistics and results from previous Euro tournaments, head-to-head matches, recent form, and injuries of influential players for all 24 nations.

We have analysed the historical stats, key strengths and weaknesses of head coaches, and their tactics, to come up with our predictions for the prestigious Euro 2024 tournament, with a wide variety of realistic contenders ready to grab the glory.

Euro 2024 Winner

Flamboyant France are our favourites to get their hands on this year's trophy, and like the Euro 2024 betting odds, we believe that they will continue their momentum at the 2022 World Cup. They were narrowly beaten in the final by Argentina and a spectacular display from Lionel Messi. That heartbreak should be enough for Les Bleus to bounce back and lift the Euro crown for the first time since 2000.

England, who are the outright favourite bet, have an exceptionally strong squad full of attacking firepower. They could face a semi-final showdown with France, but the omens are not good for the Three Lions. England have only beaten France once in their past nine meetings, which was a meaningless 2-0 friendly triumph in 2015.

Germany appear to have been crestfallen for too long to suddenly snatch top prize, and looked shaky during their 2-0 defeat to Austria in November. Portugal are creaking along, and it seems they would need an almighty artistry and relentless motivation from Ronaldo to inspire them to win Euro 2024. Spain have a realistic shot of being crowned champions, as they are purring along and have raised the bar with a combination of youth and experience.

Italy are not the force they used to be — they even failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup finals. The Netherlands are ever-improving, but will require some good fortune to progress to the final. And this is the last-chance saloon for Belgium and their ageing stars, who failed to nail a major trophy despite all the hype surrounding their potential.

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Our Predicted Euro 2024 Winner: France

Euro 2024 Dark Horse

Denmark (1992), Greece (2004) and Portugal (2016) were all crowned shock Euro champions. So, when the Euro 2024 hots up in the knockout stages, the goal for unfancied teams will be to try to startle the footballing world by causing an upset or two. Austria, Croatia, Hungary and Serbia are the sides we have singled out to follow at the Euro 2024 tournament despite all being drawn in tough groups.
 
Croatia are gearing up for their iconic veterans — skipper Luka Modric, his midfield partners Marcelo Brozovic and Ivan Perisic — to possibly hang up their international boots after Euro 2024. The team faces a formidable challenge with group opponents comprising Albania — who qualified with an unbeaten record, defending champions Italy, and 2012 winners Spain.

Croatia's Euro history has never managed to mirror their impressive record at the World Cup. The team has the potential to surpass the quarter-finals for the first time, and for their stars to shine on the big stage in their farewell tournament.

Their neighbours, Serbia, are another physical side that can brush aside opponents with confidence. They will have to rely on goals from Aleksandar Mitrovic and Dusan Tadic, and a constant stream of headers in the box. Midfield is strong, with left wingback Filip Kostic swift to pump the ball into the box. While Serbia can be defensively loose, upfront they are a serious threat.

Hungary finished above Serbia in qualifying, going unbeaten. Dribbles and set pieces from Dominik Szoboszlai are an invaluable asset. If he can continue to create goal-scoring opportunities for forward Barnabas Varga, then they will be a team to be reckoned with. Austria are not accustomed to losing games, with their counter-pressing and attacking at pace tactics, featuring striker Marko Arnautovic as their key man. Yet, they find themselves in a tricky group with France, the Netherlands, and Poland.

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Our Dark Horse Tip To Win Euro 2024: Croatia

Euro 2024 Top Goalscorer

The star quality of names to clinch the coveted Golden Boot accolade at Euro 2024 is impressive, with the prolific goal-scoring machines of France’s Kylian Mbappe, England’s Harry Kane, and Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo the top three favourites.

Mbappe won the 2022 World Cup Golden Boot award with eight goals. His composed finishing and exceptional dribbling skills make him a handful for any opponent, and the outright favourite at 5/1 odds to win the Golden Boot race at Euro 2024. His team-mate Oliver Giroud, who netted four times at the 2022 World Cup, is a 20/1 shot in the Euro 2024 top scorer odds.

Kane, who missed his last two club matches of the season because of a niggling injury, set new goal-scoring records on his debut season in the German top-flight. With England flying high in confidence for the tournament, and Kane happily holding the ball up before scoring or setting up goals, it comes as no surprise to see him priced as second favourite at 11/2. Hot on his heels are England team-mates Jude Bellingham (16/1), Phil Foden (25/1), and Bukayo Saka (33/1).

Ronaldo, a talisman for Portugal over the years, bagged 10 goals to finish as second-top scorer during Euro 2024 qualifiers, averaging a goal every 4.7 shots. He is their favoured penalty-taker, so seems a great bet at generous odds of 12/1 despite being 39 years old. He has been superb at finding the net to break records in the Saudi Pro League. He was joint highest scorer at Euro 2020 with Czech Republic’s Patrik Schick, both notching five goals.

The physical presence, power, and pace of Belgium hot-shot Romelu Lukaku (20/1), who topped the Euro 2024 qualifying goal-scoring charts with 14 strikes, is a strong outside bet to scoop the Golden Boot. Other players who could bang in goals at Euro 2024 include the French Antonie Griezmann (25/1) or German aces Jamal Musiala (25/1), Kai Havertz (25/1), Leroy Sane (25/1), and Niclas Fullkrug (40/1).

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Our Tip To Win The Euro 2024 Golden Boot: Kylian Mbappe

Euro 2024 Best Player of the Tournament

With goals winning games, the bookies have placed their lowest odds on well-known goalscorers to claim the Euro 2024 Best Player prize. Even though Italian shotstopper Gianluigi Donnarumma took top honours in the last tournament, he is 66/1 to win it again.

If Kylian Mbappe can replicate some of his incredible form displayed at the 2022 World Cup and at club level, then it is no surprise to see him placed as the 7/1 favourite. England midfielder Jude Bellingham, who exceeded all expectations during his debut season in Spain, is second favourite at 9/1. His fearlessness and versatility are among his standout skills, although he has not always delivered for the Three Lions. His team-mates Kane (11/1), Foden (12/1), Saka (20/1), and Declan Rice (33/1) are also in the mix for the top prize.

There are a plethora of veterans aiming to make an impact, and maybe signing off their remarkable international career in style. German midfielder Toni Kroos (16/1) has already announced his retirement after Euro 2024, and his pinpoint passes and ability to bamboozle opponents will be sorely missed. Ronaldo (20/1) remains passionate to deliver, and Luka Modric (66/1) could well captain Croatia to success with his trademark precise long-range passes that have brilliantly prised open defences for years.

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Our Tip To Win The Euro 2024 Golden Boot: Kylian Mbappe

Euro 2024 Best Young Player of the Tournament

Top talents win widespread acclaim in the leading leagues across Europe, but whether young players (maximum age 21) and their silky skills at club level can transfer their majestic displays to the international arena remains to be seen.

England midfield maestro Jude Bellingham, whose natural instinct is to press forward and hunt down goals, is the outright favourite at 3/1 to win the acclaimed Best Young Player gong.

Among the cream of the crop are some other creative attacking midfielders, whose dribbling skills heavily influence matches. These hot prospects include Turkey’s Arda Guler (16/1), the Netherland’s Xavi Simons (14/1), German pair Jamal Musiala (7/1) and Florian Wirtz (6/1), and Spain’s 16-year-old hot prospect Lamine Yamal (8/1). Technically brilliant Yamal, the youngest-ever scorer for both Barcelona and Spain, is not afraid to take on opponents to create chances and keep pushing for goals.

England pair Kobbie Mainoo and Cole Palmer, Belgium’s Jeremy Doku, and Netherlands Rasmus Hojlund, are all priced at 16/1. These hot-shots were scoring for fun in the last Premier League season, and could leave their mark on Euro 2024 to scoop the accolade.

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Our Tip To Win The Euro 2024 Young Player Of The Tournament: Lamine Yamal

To make the most out of the latest betting odds and predictions at Euro 2024, you need to employ some of the savvy strategies that include researching the history and current dynamics of the team, their head coach and players.

When you know what you want to have a flutter on, it is worth shopping around the bookies for the leading value odds before placing your stake to maximise your potential returns. We suggest exploring Euro 2024 betting options, like handicap bets and prop bets, to increase some unique opportunities to win.

Improve your betting strategy through thorough research of teams and players such as recent performances, qualifying campaigns, and record at previous Euro tournaments. As an Euro 2024 bettor, you can unearth information, statistics, and betting calculators before placing a wager. ThePuntersPage provides a football stats centre and offers betting calculators to help guide you before staking a bet.

  1.  Back your outright winner early: Backing a nation to win Euro 2024 outright as early as possible should result in higher odds and larger payouts than a bet too close to kick-off.

  2. Stay on the ball: To have the competitive edge when betting, follow the latest news about teams, their coach and squad for injuries, line-ups and tactical decisions.

  3. Consider unconventional markets: Do look at other Euro 2024 markets if the Euro 2024 outright betting market does not appeal to you. You may score a winner by placing a stake on booking points, the number of corners taken, or any of the variety of football markets.

  4. Knowledge is power for Euro 2024 betting: With most of the Euro 2024 teams having competed in the 2022 World Cup finals and many players plying their trade in the Premier League, you have access to such an array of information. You should also consider that hosts Germany have the advantage of vociferous support from their fans.

  5. Search for Euro 2024 betting offers: Operators often offer great promotions for those betting on the Euro 2024 tournaments. You should be able to find a wide variety of markets, not just the heavily advertised Euro 2024 outright betting promotions.

Why Stats Are Important

Football teams and their head coaches rely on data-driven insights to try to win matches. Bookmakers are heavily dependent on statistical analysis, past match stats, and betting transaction data to build algorithms, as they try to make accurate predictions about important football games.

Euro 2024 bettors can find recent form and head-to-head records the most beneficial for teams, with goal-scoring data useful for such betting options as under/over and both teams to score. The stats mean very little when the team experiences a poor run, which can happen due to factors such as a new manager, different formation or tactics, and key players dropped or injured.

You can spend numerous hours researching and trying to formulate your perfect bets. Yet, sport is unpredictable, and major football tournaments like Euro 2024 could spring a series of surprises.

Pos Team %
1 Germany Germany 2/2 100.00
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2 Netherlands Netherlands 1/1 100.00
100%
3 Spain Spain 1/1 100.00
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What Mistakes Should Be Avoided?

To make the most out of your Euro 2024 betting experience, there are some common mistakes to be avoided. These include not researching the teams you want to bet on, not checking the odds from various bookies to achieve the highest possible winnings for your selections, and not registering for multiple accounts with different bookies.

  1. Betting with money that you can’t afford to lose: It is crucial to pay attention to bankroll management, as you don’t want to bet too much on Euro 2024 only to realise there's a problem when it is too late.

  2. Setting unrealistic goals: Do not believe that Euro 2024 is your opportunity to easily make lots of money. This way of thinking could result in piling on the pressure to keep wagering bets and chase a winning run.

  3. Only being patriotic: There’s nothing wrong with supporting your favourite nation at Euro 2024, but you should avoid being overly optimistic or pessimistic, as it can cloud your best judgement. It is better to avoid those markets altogether, unless you feel certain that it is a wise wager.

  4. Chasing losses: It can be tempting to try to recover your losses by placing a new bet if you lose a wager on Euro 2024. This can develop into a vicious circle of further losses.

Belgium, Denmark, England, Spain, and Italy were the sides whose statistics shone brightly at the Euro 2020, which was played in 2021 because of the pandemic.

Bookies will have included these stats to analyse the odds of teams and players who will be competing in Euro 2024. Here are some Euro 2020 stats that may influence your choices of sports markets during the upcoming major football tournament.

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    0. England, France, Italy, and Spain went undefeated in the last tournament — over 90 minutes and extra time.

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    2. Wales were the only nation to be shown two red cards — one of only five teams to see red at Euro 2020.

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    5. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) and Patrik Schick (Czech Republic) finished as top scorers in the competition, with five goals apiece.

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    13. Italy and Spain netted the most goals at Euro 2020, with 13 strikes each.

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    28. Italy were caught offside the most, with 28 decisions against them over their seven matches in the tournament. Wales, on the other hand, were never deemed offside in their four games.

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    47. Spain won 47 corners from their six Euro 2020 matches, with Finland only conceding one corner in their three appearances.

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    66.8. Spain topped the possession percentage (66.8%) in the last Euro tournament, with Sweden having the lowest possession percentage (38.3%).

There are plenty of reasons for optimism among football fans in England, France, and Germany, who believe their teams have a realistic crack at being crowned Euro 2024 champions. Recent tournaments have been painful for some of the European heavyweights, and the unfancied sides will be striving to continue delivering the knockout blow to these teams.

One of the most hotly-anticipated football competitions in years will showcase some of the biggest names in the sport. Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric, and others will be seeking perfection in their personal bid for crowning glory in their possible final act on the international stage.

England are the outright favourites to win Euro 2024.

England have an 11/4 shot of becoming Euro 2024 champions.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been named in the Portugal squad to tackle Euro 2024, which will be his 11th international tournament.

Kylian Mbappe, the France striker, is the bookmakers’ favourite to claim the Golden Boot award at Euro 2024.

Austria, Croatia, Hungary, and Serbia are among the teams that could spring a surprise at Euro 2024.

The leading bookmakers to compare the best odds for Euro 2024 betting are bet365, BetVictor, and Coral.

WRITTEN BY Neil-Monticelli Harley-Rüdd View all posts by Neil-Monticelli Harley-Rüdd

Neil-Monticelli, a sports journalist and columnist since his teenage years, enjoys littering articles with insightfulness. He is enthusiastic and knowledgeable about a wide range of sports, having competed at a handful of sports as a semi-professional.

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