Can England Win Euro 2024?

England enters Euro 2024 as a strong contender, but the path to glory won't be easy. Bookmakers currently rank them among the favorites, citing their talented squad with attacking threats like Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka. Manager Gareth Southgate's experience and a strong tactical foundation add to their advantage.

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The clock is ticking down to the start of Euro 2024 in Germany. It’s the largest ever European Championships with 24 countries taking part. Many bookies already offer special odds and free bet bonuses, new sports gambling platforms like Betano (launched in May 2024) even offer new players a chance to win tickets to EURO 2024. England are the 3/1 favourites to become the champions of Europe for the first time. Can they win the tournament and if not, who should you be backing?

England were the runners-up in the last European Championships held in 2021. They only lost to Italy on penalties but was that their best chance of becoming European champions?


Three years on from that loss, England still have a very strong squad. They have to play away from home but Gareth Southgate’s squad will arrive in Germany as the favourite with the bookmakers to bring the trophy home.

They have been drawn alongside Slovenia, Denmark and Serbia in Group C. The top two automatically qualify for the knockout stages. Third might even be good enough but England don’t want to find themselves in that position. They are 1/2 to win the group and should be able to achieve that.

Their first match is on June 16 when they take on Serbia. The only previous meeting with them was 21 years ago, winning 2-1 with Gareth Southgate in the team. It’s 8/15 that his side can start the tournament with a win.

England has a squad that is full of talent. Harry Kane has had an incredible season with Bayern Munich and Jude Bellingham an outstanding one for Real Madrid. Those are just two players that could be regular scorers for England at Euro 2024. Kane is 11/2 to be top goalscorer with Belingham at 14/1.

Gareth Southgate’s squad isn’t short of players who could score for his team. Jared Bowen, Phil Foden, Cole Palmer and Ollie Watkins are all capable of netting consistently. Midfield is strong but if there are any weak spots, it’s in defence and goal. They are 17/10 to reach a second successive final.

England aren’t the only British side in the Euro 2024 finals. Scotland have also qualified and play in the first match of the tournament on June 14. They’ll do well to get off to a winning start as their opponents are the hosts Germany. The Scots also have to play Hungary and Switzerland.

It’s going to be a difficult start for the Scottish side and they are 12/1 to beat Germany. Even an opening draw is 5/1 with the Germans 2/7 to win.

Scotland did well to qualify but their recent form is not inspiring. Their home loss to Northern Ireland in March made it seven games without a win, including their final three qualifiers. They are the 8/1 outsiders to win Group A but with third place possibly being good enough, they are 10/11 to qualify.

If they were to finish second in the group and then win in the last 16, they could face England in the quarter-finals.

France are the second favourites to become European champions. They are in Group D and play Austria, the Netherlands and Poland who beat Wales to qualify for the finals.

The French side haven’t won these championships since 2000 but were the losing finalists eight years ago. Any side that has Mbappe, Giroud and Griezman up front has to be considered strong challengers. They are 4/1 to win the title.

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Germany are the hosts and have won the Euros on three previous occasions, most recently 20166. Three of the last tournaments have seen them reach at least the semi-finals. They had a recent away win against France and then beat the Netherlands at home. Before that their form has been inconsistent but are 6/1 to become European champions.

Euro 2024 is likely to be the final major finals for Cristiano Ronaldo. Portugal are in Group F and play Turkey, Georgia and the Czech Republic. The Portuguese side had won 11 successive matches before losing away to Slovenia in a recent friendly. They are 9/1 to win a second European title.

Defending champions Italy finished behind England in the qualifiers. Their loss at Wembley is the only one they’ve suffered in their last nine fixtures. Only Spain in 2008 and 2012 have retained the European title and the Italians are 16/1 to repeat that feat. They are in Group B which also contains Spain, Croatia and Albania.

Spain can never be ruled out of any tournament and won the Nations League last year. At 8/1 they have a chance of success but have a tough group to get through.

It’s going to be a fascinating tournament in June. England has the squad to become European champions for the first time.

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