euro group stage odds

Euro 2020 is looking to be quite an impressive event this year. Unlike previous years, this year all the teams are on much more equal footing. This means that, for once, this is not such a predictable event. Instead, there are now more teams than ever before who might actually get a shot at the top spot. And this is most evident in the final group of Euro 2020, Group F. Part of what makes this group stand out from the rest is that there’s not one, but three of the top 10 teams for this year’s Euro title. With Germany, Portugal and France all in the same group, anything goes. Just one slip up from any of these teams will cost them the group and the subsequent chance of a title. Our in-depth Euro 2020 betting tips for Group F cover all the possibilities in the Group of Death, but with such giants all stuffed in one group, predicting outcomes becomes all the more tricky. 

Name Winner Top 2
France 11/8 2/5
Germany 7/4 1/2
Portugal 3/1 3/5
Hungary 40/1 17/2

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Portugal Betting Tips and Odds

Portugal, as is the case most years, is one of the top contenders for the title. Currently sitting at 8/1, this team always offers excitement when they hit the field. And that’s not least because golden boy Cristiano Ronaldo is back again. In fact, he could well be their lucky charm, after all, he’s still out to get yet another trophy. But one player doesn’t make a team. Thankfully, Portugal has a whole slew of quality players in the form of Diogo Jota, Joao Felix, Bernardo Silva and Bruno Fernandes. This is also the winning team from Euro 2016 so the defending champs will be looking to get a second consecutive win in this event. With the pressure rising, this team is likely to rise to the challenge too.

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France Betting Tips and Odds

Despite being in a group with Portugal, France are actually the favourites to win the competition this year, even beating out England at 5/1. The French team is in particularly fine form, with many proclaiming this the golden era of French football. They’ve proved time and time again that they’re the best team in the world, but this is not a team to rest on their laurels. Having lost in the final in Euro 2016 to Portugal, this team will be back with a vengeance, eager to knock Portugal out in the group stages. Out of their last ten games, they’ve had just one loss and are looking to capitalise on this. With top players such as Kylian Mbappe who stands at 7/1 for the Euro 2020 golden boot, Antoine Greizmann and Paul Pogba, this looks like a hard team to beat.

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Germany Betting Tips and Odds

Germany, until recently, was one of the strongest football teams out there. However, the team has suffered a run of bad luck with some rather unstable form in recent months. The team has surprisingly had some heavy losses losing to both Spain and North Macedonia in the run-up to Euro 2020. To put that in perspective, North Macedonia are the biggest underdogs in the entire competition! Despite that, the team is at 9/1 to win the tournament, just one place below Portugal. The team’s mentality is very strong, however, and it’s likely this will not cause them to falter. Alongside that, there’s a stellar team including Serge Gnbary, Leon Goretzka and Leroy Sane who are all ready to put in the hard graft to see Germany make it through the group stages.

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Hungary Betting Tips and Odds

Hungary is the big underdog here. Despite the rather prestigious teams that are also in this group, Hungary still should not be overlooked. In the previous Euro, Hungary finally made their way back into the upper leagues after a 44-year absence. Not only did they make a comeback, but they also qualified for the knockouts. While they haven’t been one of the stronger teams in this championship for a while, it looks like their old form is slowly returning. On top of that, being overlooked by current top teams may well work to their advantage as they will capitalise on any mistakes made by the other teams. Let’s not forget that they have a stellar goalie in Peter Gulacsi. That being said, they’re still rank outsiders for the title at 500/1.

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Tipster’s Angle: Who will stay and who will go?

Group F is a pretty tough one to call as there are very small margins of error at play here. With three top teams, one will have to go and whichever it is will still cause a major upset. Hungary has drawn the short straw here and is unlikely to get much of a look in as this group plays out, even with that home advantage. Germany is the weakest of the top three, but this might be alleviated somewhat by having a home game advantage. In fact, it could be Portugal that drops out of this one as France is in fine form and Germany has a point to prove. It really is a tough call in this one, and that’s part of what makes this group the most fun.

Group F Fixtures and Results

All games in Group F are held in either Hungary or Germany, giving those two teams the home advantage this year.

Current fixtures for Group F.

Tuesday, June 15th:
Hungary vs Portugal (Kick off at 5 pm BST in Budapest)
France vs Germany (Kick off at 8 pm BST in Munich)

Saturday, June 19th:
Hungary vs France (Kick off at 2 pm BST in Budapest)
Portugal vs Germany (Kick off at 5 pm BSTin Munich)

Wednesday, June 23rd:
Germany vs Hungary (Kick off at 8 pm BSTin Munich)
Portugal vs France (Kick off at 8 pm BST in Budapest)

Stay tuned to find out the latest results for each of these matches, as well as any predictions for each of the games that are coming up once the group stages are over.

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eruos group stage odds

Euro 2020 is a matter of days away, and it could be one of the most open editions of the tournament to date. Portugal is the reigning champion after they triumphed over France in the Euro 2016 final. This time around, there are several teams with designs on the trophy. They include Germany, England and Belgium. Looking at the group stage, Group E could potentially be intriguing, as it contains Spain, Sweden, Poland and Slovakia. All eyes will be on Spain, who is gunning for an unprecedented fourth European Championship title. However, Poland and Sweden will jostle for the second spot while Slovakia could be the whipping boys. In this comprehensive Group E preview, we will assess the strengths of all four teams,  discuss their chances of progressing in the tournament, amongst other Euro 2020 betting tips

Name Winner Top 2
Spain 4/11 1/14
Poland 23/4 19/20
Sweden 13/2 Evens
Slovakia 19/1 19/4

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Spain Betting Tips and Odds

Spain, arguably, needs little introduction. La Roja won back-to-back Euros in 2008 and 2012, and they have a serious pedigree. However, after crashing out at the last-16 stage five years ago, Luis Enrique went back to the drawing board. He has overseen a resurgence of the national side. While inconsistency has dogged Spain, perhaps they will return to the pinnacle of their game at Euro 2020. One of the key players is Álvaro Morata. The Juventus striker returns, this way, to La Roja after a long absence. However, there are also some exciting youngsters in the squad, including Ferran Torres, who impressed for Manchester City last season. Spain is currently a short 2/5 to top Group E, but in the main outright market, they are 9/1 to win Euro 2020.

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Sweden Betting Tips and Odds

What Sweden lack in natural talent, compared to Group E rivals Spain, they more than make up for with their aptitude on the pitch. The 1992 semi-finalists have been regular visitors to the European Championships, but unfortunately, they won’t be buoyed by the return of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The player is ruled out of the competition due to a knee injury. However, fans will be keeping a close eye on Alexander Isak, who has been lighting it up for Real Sociedad in La Liga. Isak will most likely be the strike partner of sharpshooter Dejan Kulusevski in the attempt to score some goals in the opponents’ nets. Sweden is currently 19/20 to qualify for the last 16, but they are 6/1 to emulate their 1992 achievement of a last-four berth.

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Poland Betting Tips and Odds

Poland will be hoping to make a deeper foray this time round at Euro 2020 after a quarter-final exit to Portugal five years ago. While their record against their other Group E opponents, including Spain, makes for grim reading, the Poles boast plenty of weapons in their side. Fans will naturally gravitate towards Robert Lewandowski. The Bayern Munich man is the country’s most capped player, and he is lethal in the penalty box. This was demonstrated when he shattered the Bundesliga’s 49-year record by plundering 41 goals. Lewandowski only needs one more goal to match Jakub Blaszczykowski’s record of three goals at the European Championship finals and with Euro 2020 top scorer odds at 40/1, they’re too good to ignore. Poland currently match Sweden’s odds of 19/20 to book a place in the last 16, but they are 80/1 to last the distance in the tournament.

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Slovakia Betting Tips and Odds

While Slovakia are no strangers to the European Championships, having now qualified for back-to-back tournaments, they aren’t expected to spring many surprises. There have been some changes over the past year with long-term boss Jan Kozak stepping down, to be replaced by Stefan Tarkovic. Previously known for his exploits with Napoli, midfielder Marek Hamsik is the standout player for Slovakia. He has earned 126 caps and scored 26 times for his country. Slovakia beat Spain in a Euro 2016 qualifier in Euro 2014, but can they repeat the feat? Although Slovakia reached the last-16 stage at Euro 2016, things will be eminently harder for them this time around. At the time of writing, Slovakia are 4/1 to get out of Group E and qualify for the last 16.

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Euro 2020 Group E: The tipster’s viewpoint

On the face of it, Group E could make for compelling viewing. There are some fascinating subplots and battles to look forward to. This includes Sweden v Poland. Naturally, Spain is currying the most favour with us here at Casumo. With their track record at the European Championships, they should top the group, and make serene progress into the last-16 stage. Enrique will expect nothing less, and a strong start is imperative. There’ll be a serious tussle for second spot between Poland and Sweden. While Sweden shouldn’t be underestimated, Poland may have the edge, especially if Lewandowski is firing on all cylinders. Slovakia appear to be the weakest side in Group E. It seems likely they could be packing their bags early and heading for the exit door.

Group E Fixtures and Results

June 14, 2021, Poland v Slovakia.
Venue: Saint-Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg (Kick-off: 5pm BST).

June 14, 2021, Spain v Sweden.
Venue: Estadio La Cartuja, Seville (Kick-off: 8pm BST).

June 18, 2021, Sweden v Slovakia.
Venue: Saint-Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg (Kick-off: 2pm BST).

June 19, 2021, Spain v Poland.
Venue: Estadio La Cartuja, Seville (Kick-off: 8pm) BST.

June 23, 2021, Sweden v Poland.
Venue: Saint-Petersburg Stadium, St Petersburg (Kick-off: 5pm BST).

June 23, 2021, Slovakia v Spain.
Venue: Estadio La Cartuja, Seville (Kick-off: 5pm BST).

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euros group stage odds

Euro 2020 is one of the biggest sporting events on this year’s calendar and we cannot wait to share our Euro betting tips with you! Waiting an extra year to see it has only pushed the excitement levels even higher. This time, as is always the case, Europe’s top football teams will clash in intense, exciting head-to-heads. However, this year, there’s even more excitement, as there are more strong contenders than usual for the title. Group D, in particular, is considered to be one of the most competitive groups. Each of the four teams will fight to reach the top. What makes this group stand out is that it contains England, one of the top favourites to win. However, it’s not going to be a walkover. World Cup 2018 finalists, Croatia, are also in this group, ready to make it difficult for the English.

Name Winner Top 2
England 21/50 1/14
Croatia 19/5 4/6
Czech Republic 21/2 2/1
Scotland 16/1 3/1

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England Betting Tips and Odds

England is the biggest favourites to win Euro 2020, with odds of 11/2 at Casumo for them taking that top spot. This is hardly a surprise though, as English football is home to some of the best players and leagues in the world. Funnily enough, despite having a collection of impressive players, the England team has never managed to come together cohesively to consistently win. This year could be their year though, and maybe the Euro trophy will finally ‘come home’. The current England side has been in top form, with only 2 losses in their last 10 games. Additionally, they’ve got some great players in the form of Harry Kane, with Euro 2020 top scorer odds at 8/1, as well as Phil Foden, Eric Dier and Mason Mount among others.

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Croatia Betting Tips and Odds

While not quite in top form like England, Croatia are, nevertheless, the side to beat in this group. They were World Cup finalists in 2018 and are at an impressive 40/1 to win the tournament this year. Similar to the England team, Croatia are coming into the group off a run of excellent form and high-quality gameplay. On top of that, the players in the team are highly motivated — for many, this will be the end of their pro careers. Top players such as Luka Modric, with Euro 2020 golden boot odds at 80/1, Ivan Rakitic and Domagoj Viga are all in their thirties, making another Euro tournament unlikely. With the level of skill and determination shown by this team over the years, this is likely to count heavily in their favour for reaching the top of Group D.

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Scotland Betting Tips and Odds

Without a doubt, Scotland is the underdog in this group. In fact, they are one of the few teams that only just scraped their way into qualifying for Euro 2020. But, that doesn’t mean they should be totally written off as they have shown they have grit and determination in order to get this far. However, facing off against two of the top teams in the tournament from the outset isn’t likely to do them any favours. Still, they could pull a surprise out of the bag as they do have some top players to unleash. Scott Mckenna and Kieran Tierney are joined by Manchester United’s Scott McTominay. Despite this, it’s unlikely they will make it out of the group, and they are priced at a long 300/1 to win overall.

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Czech Republic Betting Tips and Odds

Alongside Scotland in the underdog position are the Czech Republic. However, they’re faring significantly better, priced at a more reasonable 150/1 to win Euro 2020. This team has worked hard to get where they are today. They deserve a lot of respect for this as they aim to show the world what they can do. If the top two teams let down their guard, the Czech Republic will make them pay for it, which is why the two favourites will want to watch out. There are a lot of household names in this Czech team too. The likes of keeper Tomas Vaclik and fullbacks Jan Boril and Vladimir Coufal will help keep things moving. Additionally, there are midfield players such as Tomas Soucek and striker Patrik Schick to keep an eye on.

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Tipster’s Angle: Does England have this in the bag?

With two of the best teams in Europe going head-to-head from the outset, Group D is going to be fun to watch. However, both of the underdogs are also strong competitors with Scotland and the Czech Republic priced at 13/1 and 9/1, respectively, to take the group. That being said, if England can hold it together, theirs is the team to beat and at 4/9 to top the group, their position looks fairly unassailable. Better yet for England, their opening game is against Croatia and at home, giving them a significant edge over the rest of the teams. Croatia could cause an upset though, but it will take a bit more work in the long run. Overall, it looks likely that England will walk away with this one.

Group D Fixtures and Results

All games in Group D are held in either England or Scotland, giving those two teams the home advantage this year.

Current fixtures for Group D are as follows.

Sunday, June 13th:
England vs Croatia (Kick off at 2 pm BST in London).

Monday, June 14th:
Scotland vs Czech Republic (Kick off at 2 pm BST in Glasgow).

Friday, June 18th:
Croatia vs the Czech Republic (Kick off at 5 pm BST in Glasgow)
England vs Scotland (Kick off at 8 pm BST in London).

Tuesday, June 22nd:
the Czech Republic vs England (Kick-off at 8 pm BST in London)
Croatia vs Scotland (Kick off at 8 pm BST in Glasgow).

Stay tuned to find out the latest results for each of these matches, as well as predictions for each of the games that are coming up.

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odds group stage

Euro 2020 is here and we are happy to share our Euro 2020 betting tips and betting strategies! With the arrival of this prestigious tournament comes all the speculation on who will actually win the trophy. But, as a starting point, teams actually have to win in their individual groups before they can even consider the tournament title. Group C is one of the more open groups this year. Although there’s the Netherlands, one of the favourites, the rest of the teams are a little more evenly matched. However, it is worth noting that this group contains some polar opposites in terms of teams. That’s because it also has North Macedonia, the complete outsider for this tournament. That being said, both Ukraine and Austria are in good form. This makes it hard to predict which of these teams will actually come out on top.

Name Winner Top 2
Netherlands 13/25 1/16
Ukraine 17/4 4/5
Austria 9/2 19/20
North Macedonia 40/1 17/2

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The Netherlands Betting Tips and Odds

The Netherlands is, without doubt, the top favourite in Group C with odds of 4/11 to get top of the pool. Not only that, but the Dutch are also one of the top contenders to take the title, with pretty short odds of 14/1 to come top of the pile. However, it’s not been an easy ride to get here. The Netherlands has endured a run of very bad form over the last few years, only coming back on track in the last year or so. Now, they’re back competing with the top teams and looking strong once again. The team comprises some incredibly strong players, notably their striker, Memphis Depay who has Euro top goal scorer odds of 20/1. When this team is on form, it’s time to watch out.

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Ukraine Betting Tips and Odds

Ukraine is currently one of the underdogs in this group, but actually, that’s a little misleading. While they’re at 11/2 to get out of the pool, this could actually be the team to put your money on. And that’s because they were the top team to make it into Euro 2020 from the qualifiers. Impressively, they had one of the best teams in their qualifying group, Portugal, and were able to top the table nevertheless. Not only that, but Ukraine did it in perfect style, beating every team in their group and taking away 20 points. With that in mind, this team really shouldn’t be overlooked. However, while it’s a strong possibility they will get out of the group, they’re at a long 100/1 to win the Euro 2020 trophy.

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Austria Betting Tips and Odds

Austria is also one of the lower-ranked teams in this group. In the run-up to Euro 2020, during the qualifiers, they had some rather inconsistent form. That being said, they still managed to bring in 6 wins and just 2 losses. In fact, during the qualifiers, they finished second, which still stands them in good stead. However, with Ukraine in this group, they’re looking at 4/1 odds to get out of the pool. There are some top players in the squad too. With the likes of David Alaba and Marko Arnautovic, they have some excellent players in play that can help them get to the last sixteen. However, like Ukraine, they’re at 100/1 to win the tournament, meaning the results of this group could boil down to that match-up.

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North Macedonia Betting Tips and Odds

In a group consisting of several underdogs, North Macedonia is emphatically at the bottom of the pile. In fact, this team is at a low 40/1 just to get out of the group. But, that doesn’t mean they can’t pull off an upset. In fact, they’ve been one of the biggest surprises in the tournament, recently beating Germany, the best victory this country has had. It’s likely that the team will bring this same determination and resilience to the tournament as well. With this high level of positivity, it’s possible that North Macedonia can beat any of these group C teams and head out of the group to the next stage. However, they’re still bottom of the list when it comes to winning the tournament with odds of 500/1.

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Tipster’s Angle: A clean sweep for the Netherlands?

Without a doubt, this is one of the more fun groups to watch. And that’s because so many of the teams are evenly matched. As a starting point, the title-winning Netherlands are finally back, and with a point to prove. The rest of the teams may look like outsiders, but this is where the fun starts. Nothing here is predictable with both Austria and Ukraine relatively equal in form as well as having had great winning streaks ahead of the tournament. In fact, this means that there are some challenges ahead for all teams involved. Finally, there’s North Macedonia who are looking to make a statement in their first-ever Euro tournament. With their star player, Goran Pandev, in the twilight of his career, they’ll be looking to go out with a bang.

Group C Fixtures and Results

All games in Group C are held in either Romania or the Netherlands, giving the Netherlands team the home advantage this year.

Current fixtures for Group C:

Sunday, June 13th:
Austria vs North Macedonia (Kick off at 5 pm BST in Bucharest)
the Netherlands vs Ukraine (Kick off at 8 pm BST in Amsterdam)

Thursday, June 17th:
Ukraine vs North Macedonia (Kick off at 2 pm BST in Bucharest)
The Netherlands vs Austria (Kick off at 8 pm BST in Amsterdam).

Monday, June 21st:
North Macedonia vs the Netherlands (Kick off at 5 pm BST in Amsterdam)
Ukraine vs Austria (Kick off at 5 pm BST in Bucharest).

Stay tuned to find out the latest results for each of these matches, as well as any predictions for each of the games that are coming up.

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euro group stage odds

With Euro 2020 postponed to 2021, it’s given us all time to consider all the teams in detail. What’s really standing out for this year’s event though, is just how competitive it’s going to be. While there are some clear standouts, there are a lot of teams that can make waves in this tournament. And none more so than in Group B. This year, Group B is composed of Denmark, Finland, Belgium and Russia. Each of these teams is in pretty good form, which means we’re very likely to have some quality games. With each team looking to prove a point this could be a very tough call. However, that being said, Belgium are the clear favourites here, it’s a case of which team will run in second. We’re covering the latest Euro 2020 betting tips for Group B, so be sure to read on for a better chance of boosting your bankroll. 

Name Winner Top 2
Belgium 3/4 1/9
Denmark 47/20 1/3
Russia 21/4 17/10
Finland 33/1 19/2

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Belgium Betting Tips and Odds

Belgium are arguably the best national team in this group. In fact, they’re one of the top teams in the world currently sitting pretty at the top of the FIFA world rankings. This impressive team not only includes some of Belgium’s top players but also some of the best players in modern times. Key players in the team include Kevin de Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku and more aggressive players such as Christian Benteke and Dries Mertens. Not only is this team packed with talent, but it’s got depth too. This is likely to see it go far. Indeed, Euro 2020 top scorer odds favour Romelu Lukaku, which stand at 7/4. In fact, Belgium are not only favourites to top the group at 3/4, but also to win the entire tournament at 6/1.

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Denmark Betting Tips and Odds

Right after Belgium comes Denmark. This team is another big favourite in the group thanks to their recent run of success. In fact, they’ve won their last three outings in impressive style showcased by their fierce attack and total of 14 goals across those three matches. Not only that, but their defence is on point too — they didn’t concede a single goal across those three games either. Interestingly, the only loss this side has had in their last ten games was against Belgium. With this rivalry in the offing, it looks to be a fun match up ahead. Christian Eriksen is the one to watch. With him in full form, Denmark are 2/1 to take that top spot in the group from Belgium. They’re also 25/1 to win the tournament.

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Finland Betting Tips and Odds

The Finns are the biggest underdogs in the group, but it’s possible they could pull a surprise out of the bag. With football being so unpredictable, there’s a chance for them to do the impossible. Like many of the other teams here, Finland have a strong team to back them. Some key players include the captain, Tim Sparv, as well as Joona Toivio and, of course, the impressive Teemu Pukki who has been a stellar striker in the Premier League. That being said, the chances of them coming top of this pool are slim, reflected in their 33/1 odds. With both Denmark and Belgium in top form, Finland will have to work hard to knock them off the top spots. Currently, they’re one of the rank outsiders for the tournament at 300/1.

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Russia Betting Tips and Odds

Like Finland, Russia have been somewhat of a surprise this tournament. They’ve had a run of decent form in recent matches making them deserving of their position at this year’s Euros. They may have lost their last outing against Slovakia, but nevertheless, this is a team coming into the group that’s fully prepared to go the whole way. They’re also priced significantly better than fellow Group B team, Finland, sitting at 11/2 to progress and 100/1 to win the tournament. However, getting out of the group is the issue and with the two stronger teams, this will make for interesting matches. Of course, they’re playing Belgium at home, which could count for something. Additionally, unleashing young talent, Aleksandr Golovin in attacking midfield, could be the spark needed to get through opposition defences.

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Tipster’s Angle: Who can topple Belgium?

Despite the presence of Belgium, Group B is still an interesting group to watch and that’s because there’s a high level of competitiveness here. Added to that, Belgium will not be playing any home games for the entire round, which could severely impact their game. Of course, Belgium are still favourites for the group, but both Denmark and Russia make for strong contenders coming very close when the various strengths found within the teams are taken into consideration. Finland could pull something out of the bag too, but that will be a much harder job. At the end of the day, Belgium are strong favourites for a reason and still the most likely pick to come top. Denmark, with Eriksen in full flow, could be the team to take that away though.

Group B Fixtures and Results

All games in Group B are held in either Denmark or Russia, giving those two teams the home advantage this year.

Current fixtures for Group B:

Saturday, June 12th:
Denmark vs Finland (Kick off at 5 pm BST in Copenhagen)
Belgium vs Russia (Kick off at 9 pm BST in St Petersburg)

Wednesday, June 16th:
Finland vs Russia (Kick off at 2 pm BST in St Petersburg).

Thursday, June 17th:
Denmark vs Belgium (Kick off at 5 pm BST in Copenhagen).

Monday, June 21st:
Russia vs Denmark (Kick off at 8 pm BST in Copenhagen)
Finland vs Belgium (Kick off at 8 pm BST in St Petersburg).

Stay tuned to find out the latest results for each of these matches, as well as any predictions for each of the games that are coming up.

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