With the European Championship finally happening this summer having been postponed last summer due to the global pandemic caused by Covid-19, football fans are finally looking forward to a national tournament for the first time in three years since the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Not only that, but we might be able to see the European Championship played in stadiums across Europe for the first time since the pandemic prevented fans from coming to the stadium to combat the spread of the virus, but today we look at who is most likely to win the tournament.
The favourites going into the tournament are the current world champions France and since their win three seasons ago, they have developed into a powerhouse of a side and we believe it will be difficult for any team to take down the French. They are currently priced at 5/1 for the tournament but as it comes closer to June, we believe that this price will shorten further. The only issue that they have is that they are in the typical ‘Group of Death’ in which they will come up against Germany, Portugal, and Hungary so one of the big hitters will be going out at the group stage.
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The next favourites for the tournament, in fact they are priced at the same price as France at 5/1 is England who are looking to claim their first major tournament since they won the FIFA World Cup in 1966. England will also be a side in which they are happy that the tournament is coming a year later than it was initially expected for as they have the most youthful side of recent times and the extra year of gaining experience and becoming better players has possibly worked in favour for the English squad. England will be looking towards star players Harry Kane, Jack Grealish and Phil Foden will be looking to sprinkle their star quality into the England set-up this summer and bring home the title for the English fans who are crying out for a tournament win since the 60’s.