UEFA Euro 2020 odds: who are the favorites? More England vs Scotland odds ahead of tournament

Scotland will face England for the first time since a 2-2 draw at Hampden Park in 2017. SNS Group Craig Williamson

Scotland will face England for the first time since a 2-2 draw at Hampden Park in 2017. SNS Group Craig Williamson

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After qualifying like a fairy tale, Scottish fans are already dreaming of a summer to remember, where they can oust group opponents England, Croatia and the Czech Republic to advance to the group stages. a big tournament for the first time in their history.

And what better incentive for the team to come out of the group stages for the first time than knowing that their last 16 potential opponents could face Scotland against a backdrop of loud and proud Hampden Park.

However, who are the bookmakers to be victorious this year? The latest tournament saw a Cristiano Ronaldo-inspired Portugal win their very first major trophy and, with some of the world’s biggest stars returning to the world stage, fans are already making their predictions ahead of the tournaments start on June 11.

What are the bookmakers’ favorites for Euro 2020?

Didier Deschamps France is the current favorite according to bookmakers, with bookmakers placing them at 9/2 favorites to win what would be their third European Championship trophy.

With superstars like Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba likely to feature for the France squad this year, they are placed narrowly ahead of England’s Gareth Southgate, who come in with odds of 5/1 to win their first additional trophy. 50 years old.

Belgium, the team ranked No one in the FIFA World Ranking, is the third favorite with an odds of 6/1. Robert Page’s Wales comes in at 150/1.

What are Scotland’s chances ahead of the tournament?

Perhaps not surprisingly, Steve Clarke’s side are rank underdogs to win the tournament, with odds of 200/1 to win the competition, meaning bookies believe nations such as Austria, Wales and Finland are more likely to surprise tournament winners. However, one need only look at Greece’s memorable 2006 campaign to remember that anything is possible in football.

Scotland are also seen as an underdog to qualify in Group D, with odds of 11/8.

For Scotland’s Group D games, the odds are as follows:

Scotland vs Czech Republic

Scotland 2/1 – draw 20/1 – Czech Republic 6/4

Scotland 9/1 – draw 4/1 – England 3/10

Scotland 4/5 – draw 5/2 – Croatia 18/5

Do you think history could repeat itself? Well, if you think Scotland are going to repeat their 1-0 Wembley victory in 1999, you can have a rather high odds of 20/1, while Southampton Scotland international Che Adams is 100/1 for win the golden shoe.

All odds are provided by SkyBet and are subject to change at any time.

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