Last year the entire world was affected by the global pandemic, which ensured that the entire world was put on standstill and into lockdowns to combat the spread of the virus. One of the industries that has been totally transformed due to the pandemic has been that the sporting life, with the lack of fans in stadiums watching live sports, and even tournaments being cancelled like Euro 2020 however this means that this year we get to see the competition as it’s been postponed, but who are the favourites for the tournament this year? As punters continue to get involved on the markets available, boosting this further with a BetMGM New York bonus code and other offers that are available.
The heavy favourites going into the tournament this year is current world champions France who have been able to build one of the most impressive squad in national football for a very long time. France are currently priced at 9/2 to win the Euros come the end of July. France do find themselves in the group of death with Germany, Portugal and Hungary but will certainly be favourite to get out of the group. France will be looking to see if they can become the first team to win Euros straight after a world cup win since Spain did back in 2012. This is something that is certainly expected by many, as they remain a very popular choice for victory with punters at present and this is expected to continue throughout the tournament.
The second favourites when it comes to lifting the Euros this summer is home nations England who are looking to claim their first national tournament since their world cup win 1966. England have been through their golden generation of 2006 where they looked to have one of the best sides in world football and thinking that their opportunity had almost gone, they have brought on a new crop of players which look as if they might have a challenge in them come this summer.
And finally, another one of the heavy favourites for the tournament is Belgium, who will be looking to claim their first national trophy in their history. Belgium isn’t really known for having a rich footballing background, but this crop of players is one of the best we have seen ever for Belgium and with Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne, they will certainly be in with a chance of winning Euros 2020 priced at 7/1