Euro 2020 Tips & Predictions
Euro 2020 Predictions
Having been cancelled last year, Euro 2020 is finally set to go ahead in 2021. The tournament will take place in venues across Europe and will begin on 11 June 2021. 24 teams will compete this year in a change of format from the previous 16.
England go into the tournament as one of the outright favourites at around 6/1, alongside Belgium and France.
Daily Tips for Euro 2021
Oddschecker will be providing you with both outright and match predictions throughout the tournament.
Pre-tournament, the focus will be around ante-post outright tips across outright winner, top goalscorer, player of the tournament, young player of the tournament as well as previewing each group from A-F in terms of winner and qualification.
As the tournament gets nearer, you will see match previews and accas appear on this page previewing each day of the tournament.
Our experts will be providing tips for each match at Euro 2020 across many markets, including match winner, both teams to score, over/under 2.5, double chance, half time/full time, handicaps, cards, corners and many more.
About the Euro 2020 Betting Tips
The Euro 2020 tips for the outright tournament winner will be available to view here before and during the Euro 2020 Qualifiers.
Qualification is now completed for Euro 2020 and the final 20 teams have been decided, the UK will be represented by England & Wales whilst the major European sides all made it through.
The rescheduled Euro 2020 tournament now gets underway on the 11th June 2021 when Turkey will take on Italy and then on the following day Wales open their campaign against Switzerland.
England's opening match is on Sunday the 13th June 2021 when they face Croatia, the side who knocked them out of the World Cup semi-final so will be out for revenge.
The group matches will continue throughout June and then the knockout stages start in late June running through to the final at Wembley on 11th July 2021.
Our knowledgeable football tipsters will no doubt have their early Euro 2020 betting tips and views prior to the Euro 2020 qualifiers commencing and many will add Euro 2020 picks and thoughts as the qualifying matches and groups progress.
When there are no Euro 2020 matches scheduled, be sure to head over to the 'Football Tips' page for free daily football predictions from our knowledgeable football tipsters.
For all details on qualifying, fixtures, results and up to the minute news, head over to the official UEFA Euro 2020 website.
Using the Euro 2020 Betting Tips
The outright winner tipping on the Euro 2020 has already begun as you can see on this page with the outright market tips.
The number of tips for each nation along with the total number placed on the Euro 2020 outright winner market is displayed as well as the percentage against the rest.
Using the percentage along with the odds, a 'Value Rating' is calculated. If you wish to view all the Euro 2020 Winner tips then just click on one of the Euro 2020 nations listed.
This will load the event page with all the Euro 2020 nations displayed so you can see how many tipsters are backing each team.
Our expert football tipsters leave comments along with their tips, this is reasoning why they think it is a good bet. These can also be viewed on the event page.
To place a Euro 2020 bet, whether it be England or another nation to win the Euro 2020 you can use the 'Add' to Betslip button.
This will add your selections to the OLBG Betslip, once you are satisfied with your betslip, you can then check which bookmaker is offering the best odds.
Select this bookie and your betslip already complete with your selections will be transferred across to their site where you can add your stake and then place your bet.
Euro 2020 Format and Past Winners
The actual Euro 2020 tournament itself will not have a host country so no team automatically qualifies. Instead, it will be held over 12 different cities spanning over Europe.
he chosen cities are:
- Olympic Stadium: Baku, Azerbaijan (Group stage and quarter-finals)
- Allianz Arena: Munich, Germany (Group stage and quarter-finals)
- Stadio Olimpico: Rome, Italy (Group stage and quarter-finals)
- Krestovsky Stadium: Saint Petersburg, Russia (Group stage and quarter-finals)
- Parken Stadium: Copenhagen, Denmark (Group stage and round of 16)
- Puskás Aréna: Budapest, Hungary (Group stage and round of 16)
- Johan Cruyff Arena: Amsterdam, Netherlands (Group stage and round of 16)
- Aviva Stadium: Dublin, Republic of Ireland (Group stage and round of 16)
- Arena Națională: Bucharest, Romania (Group stage and round of 16)
- Hampden Park: Glasgow, Scotland (Group stage and round of 16)
- San Mamés: Bilbao, Spain (Group stage and round of 16)
- Wembley Stadium: London, England (Semi-finals and final)
At the Euro 2020 tournament, there are two groups of four teams and four groups of three teams totalling twenty teams. The top two from each group will advance to the knockout stages.
Of the teams finishing in third place, the best four based on points will also advance.
Here are the past ten winners of the European Championships:
|1996||Germany||Czech Republic||London, England|
|1988||Netherlands||Soviet Union||Munich, West Germany|
|1980||West Germany||Belgium||Rome, Italy|