Euro 2020 betting tips: Kane and Benzema’s top scorer, Lukaku’s match player, France toast
In less than a week, the 2020 European Cup began-the entire continent of Europe was full of excitement.
Wembley will host the semi-finals and finals next month. The first match will be held on June 11th. Italy will face Turkey in Rome.
With the success of England, Wales and Scotland from their home countries, there are plenty of betting opportunities here-SunSport is always ready to provide you with the best betting opportunities.
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Group F was not named the dead group of this championship in vain.
The defending world champions, the defending European champions and the 2014 World Cup champions gathered together.
Let us not forget Hungary, they must be cursing their luck.
We attach great importance to the value of frontcourt selection, and we are confident that the Deschamps team will go further in this year’s game.
Winning this group may avoid England in the knockout rounds-this will be the main motivation to win all three games and get a draw on the right.
Germany is a team in transition, not the strength they used to be. With the end of the game, Loew’s reign is coming to an end.
At the same time, Portugal relies on a 36-year-old player Cristiano Ronaldo Drag them over.
But even CR7 is not a miracle creator. The most complete team in this group is France.
Let them win Group F with a huge 13/10-the price grabbed before it disappeared.
Unlike the 2016 European Cup five years ago, there were no major casualties during the qualifying stage.
With all the big guns intact, it is expected that this will be a tournament that will choke your throat and leave you on the couch.
It’s difficult to share the top five in the market with France. United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany and Spain lead the way.
That was before we even entered Portugal, Italy, and the Netherlands.
We will not prevent you from playing patriotic matches in England (5/1), because the Three Lions-in most cases-always play at home.
This can prove to be a huge advantage because Wembley is a fortress South gateIn terms of performance, it has only lost twice since 2014.
But we think it’s too early for this young England team to end the pain of these years-so the championship we chose is the defending world champion. France (9/2).
The overall depth of their team is amazing, and the backbones of world-class players all peaked at the right time.
As world champions, they will be attacked there, but Didier Deschamps has a wealth of talent for him to use, and there is an additional benefit, that is to bring back Karim Benzema From the cold.
Before the match their odds were 5/1, mainly because Germany and Portugal were in a difficult group.
If they beat the young German team in the first game, the price will plummet-so don’t miss it.
There is a clear market leader here-and Harry Kane Deserved.
The 2018 World Cup Golden Boot winner became the top scorer in the Premier League this season with 23 goals.
In international competitions, the scorer’s draw depends on the number of assists of the players.
This is why even in the seemingly insignificant 5/1 situation, Kane is still a good bet-he is a playmaker, a shooter, and has the most assists in this season’s Prem.
If you are looking for longer value, France’s returning veteran Benzema 16/1 is a great bet.
The Madrid striker has returned to the international arena for the first time in five years and is second only to Messi in La Liga in scoring this season.
France will certainly go far, and Benzema will fight alongside Kelian Mbappé and Antoine Griezmann. terrible.
In Real Madrid this season, he has scored twice or more seven times, and despite his advanced age, he still dominates the defensive end.
Is this game finally time for Belgium to realize its potential?
The Red Devils, who defeated the semifinals in the World Cup three years ago, have the market leader of tournament players in their team.
Value is the name of the game. We hope Belgium can easily defeat Russia, Finland and Denmark in the group stage.
They will look forward to the former Manchester United and Chelsea strikers Romelu Lukaku As the goal.
Since traveling to Italy, the 28-year-old striker has been a revelation for Inter Milan, scoring more than 60 times in two seasons.
in a Up to 20/1, He is a real value bet in this market.
Belgium scored 40 points in the 10 qualifying games before the tournament, including four defeats to Russia in November.
Lukaku scored 7 goals and 3 assists in these 10 games.
As far as his performance in China and his country this semester is concerned, 33/1 is the price we have been accepting throughout the day.
Highest scoring team
Offensive geniuses are everywhere on the court Belgium We are very happy that you can become the highest scoring team with a score of 5/1.
But we will stand aside France Again.
Their offensive choices are excellent, and 11/2 being the top scorer seems a long time-especially when we support them all the way to the final and raise the trophy.
Deschamps scored 25 goals in 10 qualifying matches, and they stepped on the accelerator in the following rounds.
As Giroud, Benzema, Koeman, Lemar, Dembele, Benjader, Griezmann and Mbappe are all competing for positions, this team has scored numerous goals.
Choose them wholeheartedly instead of England to become the top scorer this summer. Brainless.
Enter the semi-finals
So, who is Wales this time?
Five years ago, the Welshman bravely broke into the semifinals in France, and Hal Robson-Kanu scored one of the wonderful moments of a wonderful summer in the game against Belgium.
You can get 12/1 on Dragons who repeat this technique this round, but despite Gareth Bale’s recent improvement, we are not too convinced.
As a viable outsider-but the price is still reasonable-we think Denmark It may be the surprise side of summer.
The Danes look like a real team under Kasper Hjulmand. They defeated England at Wembley last year and stayed in Group A of the National League.
Together with Belgium, Russia and Finland in Group B, they have undergone tremendous changes in qualifying for the knockout rounds.
They will have a great advantage in these games, playing in front of the home audience in Copenhagen.
The way the group system declines, Denmark may get second place and play against Wales in the last 16 games.
Their path to the quarter-finals doesn’t look as difficult as some people, which makes them a value cue for the final four-finals of the tournament.
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