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England to win the euro Odds

As anticipation for the Euros intensifies, football fans across England are eager to see if their national team can rise to the occasion and progress beyond the group stage with ease.

England have a challenging journey ahead. In this blog we will explore the strengths, key players, and crucial matches of Group C.

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Denmark odds

Denmark’s recent form has been somewhat up and down, with some interesting results against the likes of San Marino and Northern Ireland en route to qualification. Despite the fact that Denmark still won the game against San Marino, the opposition did in fact equalise in the 61st minute. Denmark went on to win 2-1 but considering that San Marino have not won an international game since 2004 and they are the lowest ranked side, it does not shine a very positive light on Denmark’s form going into this competition.

However, as we know these are one-off games and the Danish have already beaten one of their group competitors recently, in Slovenia, 2-1 back in November. The form of your players at their clubs is obviously important, and recent FA Cup winner Rasmus Højlund will be looking to get on the scoresheet. He is a 33/1-shot to be the tournament’s top goalscorer.

England odds

England are strong favourites to top their group at 4/11 and it’s clear why, given the impressive array of talent at Gareth Southgate’s disposal. However, questions remain about how the players will handle the pressure of being tournament favourites, as this expectation could create additional stress. England are currently 3/1 outright favourites to win the Euros.

The team boasts significant talent, particularly in the attacking areas, so much so that Marcus Rashford might be left out due to the abundance of options available to Gareth Southgate. Manchester City’s Phil Foden is expected to play a crucial role in England’s campaign; he is currently fifth in the market for Player of the Tournament at 12/1. Notably, two of the four players ahead of him are fellow Englishmen Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane, with Euro odds of 9/1 and 10/1 respectively.

Slovenia odds

Slovenia are the outsiders of the group at 14/1, but this might be an underestimation considering their roster includes top talent like Atlético Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak, who will pose a significant challenge for strikers like Harry Kane. Their quality was evident in their recent victory against Portugal, where Timi Max Elšnik, who has played for Derby County, Swindon, and Mansfield, found the back of the net. Despite their potential, Slovenia are the second shortest in the market to lose all their group games, with odds of 3/1.

Serbia odds

Serbia, the final team in the group, are 8/1 to win it. Similar to Slovenia, they aren’t known for their consistency on the international stage, but they have the potential to cause upsets. With former Fulham attacker Aleksandar Mitrovic leading the line, they can certainly trouble defences, including England’s. Mitrovic is currently 40/1 to be the tournament’s top goalscorer.



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