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Euro 2021 futures odds best bets Experienced soccer insider

Euro 2021  futures odds best bets Experienced soccer insider

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Euro 2021 futures odds best bets Experienced soccer insider

Patios Are Open, and Euro 2021 Starts Today…The World is Back! | Fri, 11 Jun 2021 06:00:00 -0700-Outside of the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA European Championships are widely considered to be the next biggest soccer tournament in the world and after a year …

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Euro 2021 futures odds, best bets: Experienced soccer insider reveals picks to win, teams to avoid

Outside of the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA European Championships are widely considered to be the next biggest soccer tournament in the world and after a year delay, the 2021 Euros will begin on Friday with Turkey taking on Italy at Stadio Olimpico in Rome. Over the ensuing month, the top 24 teams in Europe will battle in 11 different host cities across the continent for the right to call themselves champions of Europe. Portugal is the defending champions and 36-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo will be hoping to lead his country to become the second repeat winners ever after Spain won in 2008 and 2012.

Meanwhile, France is coming off a World Cup victory in 2018 and Kylian Mbappe will be looking to lead his club and country to another major trophy win at Euros 2021. Portugal is listed at 8-1 in the 2021 Euros odds from William Hill Sportsbook along with Germany and Spain, while France narrowly edges out England (5-1) and Belgium (6-1) as the 9-2 favorite. Before making any Euro 2021 futures picks or predictions, you need to see what SportsLine soccer insider Martin Green is saying.

After working in the sports betting industry for several years, Green became a professional sports writer and handicapper. Since then, his European soccer picks have been spot-on. Green has generated nearly $19,000 for $100 bettors since the 2017-18 season.

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Now, Green has broken down Euro 2021 from every possible angle and revealed which teams you should back and which teams you should completely avoid. You can visit SportsLine now to see his picks

Top Euro 2021 predictions 

Green is avoiding Spain, even though the three-time European champions are among the Euro 2021 favorites at 8-1. After winning the 2008 Euros and the 2012 Euros, Spain was eliminated in the Round of 16 at the 2016 Euros. Add in a group stage exit at the 2014 World Cup and a Round of 16 defeat at the 2018 World Cup, and it's been an incredibly disappointing run for a historically dominant club on the world stage.

La Roja is currently sixth in the FIFA world rankings and even though their last international defeat came to Russia on penalty kicks in the 2018 World Cup, they've had a string of disappointing draws in big matches. They drew against Germany and Switzerland in the Nations League and drew against Greece in a pivotal World Cup Qualifying match that has opened the door for Sweden to overtake them at the top of the table in Group B.

“Captain Sergio Busquets tested positive for Covid-19 just five days before Euro 2020, plunging Spain's preparations into chaos,” Green told SportsLine. “He was forced to go home and into quarantine, depriving the team of a key leader on the pitch. Spain has a great deal of talented midfielders, but Busquets is still an important player for the team.”

How to make Euro 2021 picks 

Green has analyzed the Euro 2021 bracket from every angle and revealed which teams to back and fade, including a long shot who has a chance to shock the world and go all the way. He's only sharing his top picks here.

Who is Green backing to win Euro 2021? And which long shot can go all the way? Check out the odds below and then visit SportsLine now to see Martin Green's Euro 2021 futures bets and analysis, all from the soccer expert who has generated nearly $19,000 since the 2017-18 season.

Euro 2021 odds 

France 9-2England 5-1Belgium 6-1Spain 8-1Germany 8-1Portugal 8-1Italy 9-1Netherlands 14-1Denmark 28-1Croatia 33-1Turkey 50-1Switzerland 75-1Poland 80-1Ukraine 100-1Russia 100-1Sweden 100-1Austria 125-1Czech Republic 125-1Wales 150-1Scotland 250-1Slovakia 250-1Hungary 400-1North Macedonia 500-1

Finland 500-1


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Euro 2021 futures odds, best bets: Experienced soccer insider … Fri, 11 Jun 2021 06:00:00 -0700-It will be the 16th Championship, the quadrennial international men's football championship of Europe organized by the Union of European Football Associations ( …

June 11, 2021 (2 Minute Read)

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The long delay is over and Euro 2020 is finally here in 2021. For fans across the world, it’s better late than never. Along with patios reopening in select cities across Ontario, it’s the perfect time for the Euro Cup!

What a great way to help kick start the local economy! Find your favorite team, head down to your favorite patio, and cheer on!

It will be the 16th Championship, the quadrennial international men’s football championship of Europe organized by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). The first match begins today at 3 p.m. Friday, with Italy and Turkey kicking off one of the sport’s most celebrated tournaments.

Twenty-four teams, nine hosts but only one winner.

Due to the ongoing pandemic of COVID-19 Euro has adopted a decentralized hosting format.  The hosting cities are London; Rome; Munich; Baku, Azerbaijan; St. Petersburg; Budapest; Seville, Spain; Bucharest; Amsterdam; Glasgow; and Copenhagen. Each stadium has its own policy on attendance, but every stadium will have fans in varying capacities.

For the top teams, there are many questions. Can France live up to the hype of the favoured team and seek revenge, after losing to Portugal in the 2016 finals? Can Cristiano Ronaldo carry Portugal to another Euro crown? Will Italy return to their former glory after missing the 2018 World Cup? There are many arches to follow through Euro this summer.

Here are the teams that qualified for Euro 2020, groups and their schedules:

GROUPS AND TEAMS

Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales

Group B: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Russia

Group C: Austria, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Ukraine

Group D: Croatia, Czech Republic, England, Scotland

Group E: Poland, Slovakia, Spain Sweden

Group F: France, Germany, Hungary, Portugal

SCHEDULE

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Group E

Group F

Round of 16

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Final


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– June 11, 2021
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