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2020 was an awful year for all of us due to the worst pandemic in over 100 years. Covid-19 closed the whole world and stopped all sporting events. Euro 2020 was one of its first victims as it immediately got postponed to a better point in the future. If we are being honest, 2021 hasn’t been the best as well, as the pandemic is still here. However, with massive vaccinations it looks like we are much closer to the end. Sporting events all around the world have been played without fans but in the last couple of weeks, a small amount of fans has been allowed to return to the stands. Nevertheless, we hope that the number will grow and that the biggest fixtures of Euro 2020 will be played in front of a packed stadium.
The tournament will be held in 11 cities in 11 UEFA countries from 11 June to 11 July 2021. UEFA President from 2007 till 2015, Michel Platini, said in 2012 that the tournament was to be hosted in several nations as a “romantic” one-off event to celebrate the 60th “birthday” of the European Championship competition. The Wembley Stadium in London is going to host the semi-finals and final for the second time, having done so before at the 1996 tournament in the stadium’s former incarnation. On the other hand, the Stadio Olimpico in Rome will host the opening game, involving Turkey and hosts Italy. Portugal are the defending champions, having won the 2016 competition. It’s important to note that, the video assistant referee (VAR) system will make its debut at the European Championship in this tournament. For additional information about the tournament, check their official website.
Euro 2020 Groups, Squads & Predictions
In the lead up to the tournament, managers often announce preliminary or provisional panels before reducing them down to the limit. Below, we will share with you the 30-man preliminary squads that every manager has picked. Keep in mind that this number will be reduced to 26 for the actual tournament. This means that some of the players that you see here might not be included in the final squad. However, we will update any changes that happen as the tournament progresses.
Turkey announced a 30-man preliminary squad on May 14. This will be reduced by four players.
- Goalkeepers: Ugurcan Cakır, Gokhan Akkan, Altay Bayindir.
- Defenders: Kaan Ayhan, Caglar Soyuncu, Zeki Celik, Merih Demiral, Umut Meras, Ozan Kabak, Mert Muldur, Ridvan Yilmaz.
- Midfielders: Ozan Tufan, Hakan Calhanoglu, Okay Yokuslu, Yusuf Yazici, Cengiz Under, Mahmut Tekdemir, Irfan Kahveci, Dorukhan Tokoz, Abdulkadir Omur, Efecan Karaca, Taylan Antalyali, Orkun Kokcu, Halil Akbunar, Kerem Akturkoglu
- Forwards: Burak Yilmaz, Kenan Karaman, Enes Unal, Halil Dervisoglu.
Mancini named a 33-man squad for the friendly fixture against San Marino, which can be seen below, but this will not necessarily be the same squad that will travel to the Euros. However, it may give an indication into Mancini’s thinking.
- Goalkeepers: Alessio Cragno, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Alex Meret, Salvatore Sirigu.
- Defenders: Francesco Acerbi, Alessandro Bastoni, Cristiano Biraghi, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Giovanni Di Lorenzo, Alessandro Florenzi, Manuel Lazzari, Gianluca Mancini, Leonardo Spinazzola, Rafael Toloi.
- Midfielders: Nicolo Barella, Gaetano Castrovilli, Bryan Cristante, Manuel Locatelli, Lorenzo Pellegrini, Matteo Pessina, Stefano Sensi, Marco Verratti.
- Forwards: Andrea Belotti, Domenico Berardi, Federico Bernardeschi, Federico Chiesa, Vincenzo Grifo, Ciro Immobile, Lorenzo Insigne, Moise Kean, Matteo Politano, Giacomo Raspadori.
Wales have not yet announced their preliminary squad. However, the likes of Gareth Bale, Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey and Tottenham defender Ben Davies are all expected to be the surefire names to be included in the roster.
A preliminary Switzerland panel for Euro 2020 was announced on May 19.
- Goalkeepers: Yann Sommer, Jonas Omlin, Yvon Mvogo, Gregor Kobel.
- Defenders: Fabian Schar, Ricardo Rodriguez, Manuel Akanji, Nico Elvedi, Jordan Lotomba, Becir Omeragic, Silvan Widmer, Loris Benito, Kevin Mbabu, Eray Comert.
- Midfielders: Granit Xhaka, Xherdan Shaqiri, Steven Zuber, Denis Zakaria, Remo Freuler, Edimilson Fernandes, Djibril Sow.
- Forwards: Haris Seferovic, Admir Mehmedi, Breel Embolo, Mario Gavranovic, Ruben Vargas, Christian Fassnacht, Dan Ndoye, Andy Zeqiri.
Group A Prediction
Nothing is ever written in stone at an international competition such as Euro 2020, but there are some outcomes which most betting tipsters and sports columnists can agree on. One of these is that Italy will probably top Group A, especially seeing as they need to atone for the shame of not qualifying for World Cup 2018. When it comes to Group A, though, real skill will have to be shown by punters in order to predict who will finish in the coveted runners-up spot, with Switzerland, Turkey, and Wales all in the running.
As is the case in any good board game or classic card game, the best way to go about predicting this outcome is to weigh up the weaknesses and strengths of each individual outfit accordingly. The best way to do it is to follow recent form trends and squad news, as well as scrutinizing whether the draw is favorable for a particular team.
In Group A the team showing most signs of falling apart, even before a ball has been kicked, are the Welsh, whose manager has been relieved of his duties and whose star players, Bale and Ramsey, have barely kicked a ball this season. Thus, that just leaves Turkey and Switzerland. With Burak Yılmaz in rude form for Lille and the Turks holding notable recent results against the Netherlands, Germany, and Croatia, it would seem as though Şenol Güneş’ men will clinch second spot behind the Italians. For a cheeky side bet, punters could also wager on Italy not conceding a single goal throughout their group stage campaign, because the Azzurri are back to their best when it comes to defensive stinginess.
Denmark have not yet announced their preliminary squad. However, Kasper Schmeichel, Christian Eriksen and Martin Braithwaite will probably be a part of the final squad.
Finland’s provisional Euro 2020 squad was announced on May 19. The final team will be confirmed on June 1.
- Goalkeepers: Lukas Hradecky, Jesse Joronen, Anssi, Jaakkola.
- Defenders: Thomas Lam, Paulus Arajuuri, Jere Uronen, Juhani Ojala, Sauli Vaisanen, Nikolai Alho, Daniel O’Shaughnessy, Niko Hamalainen, Leo Vaisanen, Robert Ivanov.
- Midfielders: Jasin Assehnoun, Onni Valakari, Pyry Soiri, Fredrik Jensen, Joni Kauko, Glen Kamara, Rasmus Schuller, Tim Sparv.
- Forwards: Teemu Pukki, Lassi Lappalainen, Marcus Forss, Joel Pohjanpalo.
Roberto Martinez revealed Belgium’s final squad on May 17.
- Goalkeepers: Thibaut Courtois, Simon Mignolet, Matz Sels.
- Defenders: Jan Vertonghen, Toby Alderweireld, Thomas Vermaelen, Thomas Meunier, Jason Denayer, Dedryck Boyata, Leander Dendoncker, Timothy Castagne.
- Midfielders: Axel Witsel, Kevin De Bruyne, Nacer Chadli, Yannick Carrasco, Youri Tielemans, Thorgan Hazard, Dennis Praet, Hans Vanaken.
- Forwards: Eden Hazard, Dries Mertens, Romelu Lukaku, Christian Benteke, Michy Batshuayi, Jeremy Doku, Leandro Trossard.
Russia announced a 30-man preliminary squad on May 11. This will be reduced to 26 closer to the tournament.
- Goalkeepers: Anton Shunin, Andrey Lunyov, Yury Dyupin, Matvei Safonov.
- Defenders: Yuri Zhirkov, Fyodor Kudryashov, Georgi Dzhikiya, Mario Fernandes, Andrei Semyonov, Vyacheslav Karavayev, Igor Diveyev, Roman Yevgenyev, Ilya Samoshnikov.
- Midfielders: Aleksandr Golovin, Aleksei Ionov, Roman Zobnin, Daler Kuzyayev, Aleksei Miranchuk, Denis Cheryshev, Magomed Ozdoyev, Andrei Mostovoy, Dmitri Barinov, Daniil Fomin, Rifat Zhemaletdinov, Maksim Mukhin, Denis Makarov, Arsen Zakharyan.
- Forwards: Artem Dzyuba, Anton Zabolotny, Aleksandr Sobolev.
Group B Prediction
This group is all about whether Belgium are still the power they were expected to be at Euro 2016 or World Cup 2018. On both those occasions they flattered to deceive, and with Hazard off the boil in Madrid, they may fall short again. Having said that, they do have Romelu Lukaku, fresh from his Serie A triumph with Inter Milan, and a Champions League finalist in Kevin De Bruyne. All that firepower should be more than enough to see them top Group B.
Once again, the real skill comes in trying to figure out who will play second fiddle to the Belgians. Finding value is a skill that all sports bettors and competitors know well, and it usually comes from doing adequate research ahead of game time. While both Denmark and Russia are fortunate enough to be playing some of their group games on home turf, the final game between the two sides – which could be crucial – will take place in Copenhagen, and that is enough to convince us that Christian Eriksen and Co. will reach the KO stages.
The Netherlands announced a provisional 34-man squad on May 14. It will be reduced ahead of the tournament.
- Goalkeepers: Jasper Cillessen, Maarten Stekelenburg, Tim Krul, Marco Bizot.
- Defenders: Daley Blind, Stefan de Vrij, Joël Veltman, Matthijs de Ligt, Nathan Ake, Denzel Dumfries, Kenny Tete, Patrick van Aanholt, Hans Hateboer, Owen Wijndal, Rick Karsdorp, Jerry St. Juste, Jurrien Timber.
- Midfielders: Georginio Wijnaldum, Frenkie de Jong, Davy Klaassen, Marten de Roon, Donny van de Beek, Tonny Vilhena, Ryan Gravenberch, Teun Koopmeiners.
- Forwards: Memphis Depay, Quincy Promes, Luuk de Jong, Steven Berghuis, Steven Bergwijn, Donyell Malen, Wout Weghorst, Anwar El Ghazi, Cody Gakpo.
Ukraine announced a 35-man preliminary squad on April 30.
- Goalkeepers: Andriy Pyatov, Andriy Lunin, Heorhiy Bushchan, Anatoliy Trubin.
- Defenders: Mykola Matviyenko, Oleksandr Karavayev, Serhiy Kryvtsov, Eduard Sobol, Vitaliy Mykolenko, Bohdan Mykhaylichenko, Illya Zabarnyi, Oleksandr Tymchyk, Viktor Korniyenko, Denys Popov, Oleksandr Syrota.
- Midfielders: Andriy Yarmolenko, Yevhen Konoplyanka, Taras Stepanenko, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Ruslan Malinovskyi, Serhiy Sydorchuk, Viktor Kovalenko, Viktor Tsyhankov, Marlos, Yevhenii Makarenko, Mykola Shaparenko, Vitaliy Buyalskyi, Oleksandr Zubkov, Volodymyr Shepelyev, Oleksandr Andriyevskyi, Artem Bondarenko, Bohdan Lyednyev, Heorhiy Sudakov.
- Forwards: Roman Yaremchuk, Artem Besyedin, Artem Dovbyk.
The confirmed 26-player Austria squad is as follows:
- Goalkeepers: Daniel Bachmann, Pavao Pervan, Alexander Schlager.
- Defenders: David Alaba, Aleksandar Dragovic, Marco Friedl, Martin Hinteregger, Stefan Lainer, Philipp Lienhart, Stefan Posch, Christopher Trimmel, Andreas Ulmer.
- Midfielders: Julian Baumgartlinger, Christoph Baumgartner, Florian Grillitsch, Stefan Ilsanker, Konrad Laimer, Valentino Lazaro, Marcel Sabitzer, Louis Schaub, Xaver Schlager, Alessandro Schopf.
- Forwards: Marko Arnautovic, Michael Gregoritsch, Sasa Kalajdzic, Karim Onisiwo.
Macedonia have announced a preliminary 26-man squad that will be confirmed closer to the tournament.
- Goalkeepers: Stole Dimitrievski, Damjan Siskovski, Riste Jankov.
- Defenders: Stefan Ristovski, Visar Musliu, Egzon Bejtulai, Kire Ristevski, Gjoko Zajkov, Darko Velkovski, Ezdzan Alioski.
- Midfielders: Arijan Ademi, Enis Bardhi, Stefan Spirovski, Boban Nikolov, Tihomir Kostadinov, Ferhan Hasani, Eljif Elmas, Daniel Avramovski, Darko Curlinov, Marjan Radeski.
- Forwards: Goran Pandev, Aleksandar Trajkovski, Ivan Trickovski, Vlatko Stojanovski, Krste Velkovski, Milan Ristovski.
Group C Prediction
The Euro 2020 Group C odds suggest Netherlands should ease through to the knockout rounds, with Ukraine and Austria closely matched in the betting and Macedonia predicted to make up the numbers. On the other hand, the Netherlands, who lifted this trophy back in 1988 and have been semi-finalists on four other occasions, finished just behind Germany in their qualifying pool and can call on a host of players proven at the highest level of club football.
Ukraine have failed to make it past the group stage in two previous appearances at this competition but will hope to make it third time lucky after topping a tough qualifying section ahead of Portugal and Serbia. Austria also faltered four years ago but were a solid second best behind Poland in their group ahead of this tournament and have a number of squad members with extensive Bundesliga experience. Macedonia were three points behind Austria in third, losing twice to Das Team, but went on to beat Kosovo and Georgia in the play-offs to book a maiden major finals appearance, plus they stunned Germany in a World Cup qualifier in March.
England manager Gareth Southgate will confirm the final Three Lions squad on May 25. His provisional squad wasn’t a big hit in England. People say that he has been ignoring in-form players for quite some time now. However, the final squad is not out yet as England fans expect several changes to be made.
Croatia announced their Euro 2020 squad on May 17.
- Goalkeepers: Lovre Kalinic, Dominik Livakovic, Simon Sluga.
- Defenders: Domagoj Vida, Dejan Lovren, Sime Vrsaljko, Borna Barisic, Duje Caleta-Car, Josip Juranovic, Domagoj Bradaric, Mile Skoric, Josko Gvardiol.
- Midfielders: Luka Modric, Mateo Kovacic, Marcelo Brozovic, Milan Badelj, Mario Pasalic, Nikola Vlasic, Luka Ivanusec.
- Forwards: Ivan Perisic, Andrej Kramaric, Ante Rebic, Josip Brekalo, Bruno Petkovic, Mislav Orsic, Ante Budimir.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke announced his Euro 2020 squad on May 19.
- Goalkeepers: Craig Gordon, David Marshall, Jon McLaughlin.
- Defenders: Nathan Patterson, Stephen O’Donnell, Andy Robertson, Kieran Tierney, Greg Taylor, Liam Cooper, Grant Hanley, Declan Gallagher, Scott McKenna, Jack Hendry.
- Midfielders: Billy Gilmour, Callum McGregor, Scott McTominay, Stuart Armstrong, John McGinn, John Fleck, David Turnbull.
- Forwards: Che Adams, James Forrest, Ryan Christie, Ryan Fraser, Lyndon Dykes, Kevin Nisbet.
Czech Republic have not yet announced their Euro squad. West Ham stars Vladimir Coufal and Tomas Soucek are expected to be named in the team for the tournament, alongside Burnley forward Matej Vydra.
Group D Prediction
This will be quite a close group, at least compared to some others in this tournament. Additionally, Wembley will be an influential factor in this group. So, its as Southgate said: “We know that anybody coming and playing us on our own turf is in for a difficult game”. We’ve got to make that even more of an advantage than we have even in the past.” If the venue was outside England, it might have been a tougher choice. Czech Republic did upset England in qualifying but it also lost 5-0 in the other tie against the same opponent. While there will be sporadic bursts of brilliance, there just isn’t enough consistency to sustain excellence over a period of time. Even though it will be a tight finish, it’s hard to see Czech Republic scoring enough goals to stay relevant in the fight for the top two.
Scotland is a bit further off as Euro 2020 Group D odds of +1600 suggest. It is a well-drilled team, capable of scoring a few goals. However, there are too many questions about the solidity of its defense. Hence, they conceded 19 goals in 10 games in qualifying at a startling average of close to two per game. That includes two wins against San Marino, 6-0 and 2-0. Against some of the best teams in Europe, that is just not good enough. Scotland may sneak in an unexpected draw but more than that is simply implausible at this stage. Our Euro 2020 Group D betting predictions are as follows: England to sneak past Croatia to finish first, Croatia then to finish second, Czech Republic having to settle for third after being beaten by superior teams and Scotland to finish fourth
Luis Enrique announced a 24-player Spain Euro 2020 squad on Monday May 24. The big name exclusion from the panel is Sergio Ramos, while Aymeric Laporte is there following his switch from France.
- Goalkeepers: David de Gea, Robert Sanchez, Unai Simon.
- Defenders: Aymeric Laporte, Jose Gaya, Jordi Alba, Pau Torres, Eric Garcia, Diego Llorente, Cesar Azpilicueta.
- Midfielders: Marcos Llorente, Sergio Busquets, Rodri, Pedri, Thiago, Koke, Fabian.
- Forwards: Dani Olmo, Mikel Oyarzabal, Gerard Moreno, Alvaro Morata, Ferran Torres, Adama Traore, Pablo Sarabia.
Sweden’s provisional squad has been named and they are without veteran Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who, despite coming out of international retirement, won’t feature in the competition due to injury.
- Goalkeepers: Karl-Johan Johnsson, Kristoffer Nordfeldt, Robin Olsen.
- Defenders: Emil Krafth, Victor Lindelof, Marcus Danielson, Martin Olsson, Ludwig Augustinsson, Pontus Jansson, Filip Helander, Mikael Lustig, Andreas Granqvist.
- Midfielders: Emil Forsberg, Ken Sema, Viktor Claesson, Dejan Kulusevski, Sebastian Larsson, Albin Ekdal, Kristoffer Olsson, Jens-Lys Cajuste, Mattias Svanberg, Gustav Svensson.
- Forwards: Marcus Berg, Alexander Isak, Robin Quaison, Jordan Larsson.
The final Poland squad for Euro 2020 is here, with five players on standby.
- Goalkeepers: Lukasz Fabianski, Wojciech Szczesny, Lukasz Skorupski.
- Defenders: Jan Bednarek, Bartosz Bereszynski, Pawel Dawidowicz, Kamil Glik, Michal Helik, Tomasz Kedziora, Kamil Piatkowski, Tymoteusz Puchacz, Maciej Rybus.
- Midfielders: Przemysław Frankowski, Kamil Jozwiak, Mateusz Klich, Kacper Kozlowski, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Karol Linetty, Jakub Moder (Brighton), Przemyslaw Placheta, Piotr Zielinski.
- Forwards: Dawid Kownacki, Robert Lewandowski, Arkadiusz Milik, Karol Swiderski, Jakub Swierczok.
A provisional Slovakia squad has been named, but it will be confirmed by June 1.
- Goalkeepers: Martin Dubravka, Marek Rodak, Dusan Kuciak.
- Defenders: Peter Pekarik, Lubomir Satka, Denis Vavro, Milan Skriniar, Tomas Hubocan, Jakub Holubek.
- Midfielders: Marek Hamsik, Stanislav Lobotka, Patrik Hrosovsky, Juraj Kucka, Ondrej Duda, Robert Mak, Vladimir Weiss, Laszlo Benes, Lukas Haraslin, Tomas Suslov, Matus Bero, Erik Jirka.
- Forwards: Michal Duris, Robert Bozenik, David Strelec.
Group E Prediction
Despite being a young team that still gambles on ball exchanges and is technically inferior to the most recent of Spanish teams, the fact that all their games are played at the Estadio de La Cartuja, in Seville (which was replaced by the Bilbao Stadium recently due to the Covid pandemic) makes Spain the heavy favorite to win the group. Sweden will have star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who, after fights with the coach Janne Andersson returned to the team after more than a five year of absence. However, he might not feature anyway because he got injured while playing for AC Milan.
Furthermore, group E has three teams clearly more superior to Slovakia. So, Spain is on top of the group because they have home turf advantage, with Sweden and Poland jockeying for the second position. With Forsberg, Claesson, Isak, and Kulusevski, Sweden appears to have a little more deeper and talented roster than Poland which should give them the edge in securing that second spot.
Hungary announced a 30-player preliminary squad on May 6.
- Goalkeepers: Peter Gulacsi, Adam Bogdan, Denes Dibusz, Balazs Toth.
- Defenders: Gergo Lovrencsics, Adam Lang, Attila Fiola, Willi Orban, Attila Szalai, Szilveszter Hangya, Endre Botka, Akos Kecskes, Bendeguz Bolla, Csaba Spandler.
- Midfielders: Adam Nagy, Laszlo Kleinheisler, Filip Holender, David Siger, Dominik Szoboszlai, Loic Nego, Daniel Gazdag, Andras Schafer, Tamas Cseri.
- Forwards: Adam Szalai, Nemanja Nikolic, Roland Sallai, Roland Varga, Kevin Varga, Janos Hahn, Szabolcs Schon.
Portugal named their final squad on May 20.
- Goalkeepers: Anthony Lopes, Rui Patrício, Rui Silva.
- Defenders: Joao Cancelo, Nelson Semedo, Jose Fonte, Pepe, Ruben Dias, Nuno Mendes, Raphael Guerreiro.
- Midfielders: Danilo Pereira, Joao Palhinha, Ruben Neves, Bruno Fernandes, Joao Moutinho, Renato Sanches, Sergio Oliveira, William Carvalho.
- Forwards: Pedro Goncalves, Andre Silva, Bernardo Silva, Cristiano Ronaldo, Diogo Jota, Goncalo Guedes, Joao Felix, Rafa Silva.
The France squad was announced on May 18 and Karim Benzema has returned after a six-year hiatus.
- Goalkeepers: Hugo Lloris, Steve Mandanda, Mike Maignan.
- Defenders: Lucas Digne, Leo Dubois, Lucas Hernandez, Presnel Kimpembe, Jules Kounde, Clement Lenglet, Benjamin Pavard, Raphael Varane, Kurt Zouma.
- Midfielders: N’Golo Kante, Thomas Lemar, Paul Pogba, Adrien Rabiot, Moussa Sissoko, Corentin Tolisso.
- Forwards: Wissam Ben Yedder, Karim Benzema, Kingsley Coman, Ousmane Dembele, Olivier Giroud, Antoine Griezmann, Kylian Mbappe, Marcus Thuram.
The Germany Euro 2020 squad was announced on May 19, with Thomas Muller and Mat Hummels included.
- Goalkeepers: Bernd Leno, Manuel Neuer, Kevin Trapp.
- Defenders: Matthias Ginter, Robin Gosens, Christian Gunter, Marcel Halstenberg, Mats Hummels, Lukas Klostermann, Robin Koch, Antonio Rudiger, Niklas Sule.
- Midfielders: Emre Can, Leon Goretzka, Ilkay Gundogan, Kai Havertz, Jonas Hofmann, Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Florian Neuhaus.
- Forwards: Serge Gnabry, Thomas Muller, Jamal Musiala, Timo Werner, Leroy Sane, Kevin Kolland.
Group F Prediction
No one can ever be sure about which French team will show up to a major championship: however, the reigning world champions now seem settled under Didier Deschamps. Meanwhile, Portugal look even stronger than the team that won Euro 2016 and will be using that experience to repeat the feat. That means that the ones dumped out in the group stage are Germany, who look a little lightweight in attack and midfield compared to their flash rivals. Add to that the fact that Germany have not beaten France since 2014, and the writing could be on the wall for Joachim Löw, as the nose picker extraordinaire hopes for a Euro swansong.
Still, there is a reason why this group is the famous Group of Death that every tournament has. France and Portugal are the favorites on paper. However, both nations have been known to underperform in the biggest games. Germany are not what they were but we all know that they must never be written off. On the other hand, Hungary were quite a side in the qualifiers. They are outsiders in this group but their squad has enough quality to stop any side on a good day.
Coinbet24 Bitcoin Betting: Euro 2020 Markets, Odds, and Final Thoughts
Now that we have the squads and early predictions, we want to add some of our thoughts on the tournament. Since the games will take place in several locations, the nations that host those locations will be slight favorites, during the group stage. Hence, there are 11 host cities which means there are several nations that will play all group games at home. These nations are Italy, Denmark, Netherlands, England, Spain, and Germany. Interestingly, none of these names are favorites to win the tournament. However, we believe that a lot of football experts underestimate the value of home turf advantage.
With a bit of luck, there is a chance that a country will play group games, as well as games in the final part of the tournament at home. For instance, the semi-finals and final will be played at Wembley. This means that England have a shot at winning the tournament even though they are not absolute favorites. The home turf puts them right up there with France and Belgium, even though their squad is lacking quality. Currently, France are first favorites to win the tournament. However, they were favorites last time yet Portugal took the trophy home. Nevertheless, France came back stronger by winning the World Cup. They will have a bone to pick with everyone during the Euro 2020 just to prove a point. However, England, Portugal, as well as Belgium will do everything in their power to stop them.
Lastly, we have to mention the dark horses of the tournament. We have several thoughts on this because every tournament has a huge surprise. We believe that Spain is being underestimated even though they are playing all Group games at home. Additionally, Turkey have a squad that could surprise everyone. Italy are clear favorites in their group but the Italians have been underperforming in recent years. Therefore, this is where we see Turkey’s opportunity to maybe top the group. Wales and Switzerland are not as good as they once were which means Turkey could reach the last 16 phase quite comfortably.
Consequently, we believe that Germany will disappoint their fans in this tournament. Never write off the Germans, they say – well, we are going to. Joachim Low is coming to the end of his long tenure and recent results have been far from encouraging – especially the recent defeat by Macedonia. Additionally, they are playing in the group of death. France and Portugal might prove too strong for them. If that happens, Germany will be lucky to reach the last 16 phase.
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