The draw for the Euros is complete, setting the stage for a fantastic tournament thissummer.
With the groups set, let’s take a look at how the draw has impacted the latest odds to win the tournament.
(Odds will display when markets are available)
England lost to Italy in a final penalty shootout at Euro 2020, but they are fancied to go one better and claim their first major title since the 1966 World Cup.
The Three Lions have been handed a favourable draw for the tournament, pitting them against Slovenia, Denmark and Serbia.
Optimism is at an all-time high around this England side.
Jude Bellingham has made a leap to become Real Madrid’s talisman, leading their charge to wrestle back the Spanish title.
Skipper Harry Kane, meanwhile, has stormed to the top of the Bundesliga goalscoring charts after joining Bayern Munich from Tottenham.
Southgate has a string of other talented players among his supporting cast and the draw certainly favours them.
Should they top Group C, they will host one of the third-placed finishers in Gelsenkirchen – the site of their exit at the 2006 World Cup.
In fact, the earliest they could face a fellow group winner would be the semi-final in Dortmund, so the Three Lions head into this tournament in a fantastic position.
France are joint favourites alongside England and given the strength of their squad, it’s easy to see why.
The beaten World Cup finalists have also been handed a decent draw, although the Netherlands and Austria are solid sides. The French beat the Dutch home and away in qualifying, which bodes well for their hopes of being crowned European champions.
Having made the final of three of the last four major tournaments, Didier Deschamps’ side are backed to go far this summer.
Should both France and England finish top of their groups, they’ll be on a collision course for a semi-final meeting in Dortmund.
The hosts are amongst the favourites to win their fourth Euros, but it is hard to see them being available at that price had they not been playing the tournament at home next summer.
After their failure to get out of the group stage at the World Cup, they now have Julian Nagelsmann at the helm after Hansi Flick was relieved of his duties.
Germany have been paired with a Switzerland side who eliminated France at Euro 2020, a Hungary team which troubled Germany at that tournament, as well as a resurgent Scotland.
Spain triumphed in the Nations League finals last summer, eliminating Italy before beating Croatia on penalties.
They’ll be quickly reunited with both of those sides, as they’ve been paired together in Group B this summer.
The Spanish had a reset after their last-16 exit at the 2022 World Cup, with Luis Enrique departing. New boss Luis de la Fuente has already won silverware, but he faces a difficult test in Germany against the defending champions and a team who have a knack for winning games at tournaments.
European champions in 2016, Portugal have failed to hit those same dizzy heights and a run to the quarter-finals at World Cup 2022 is their best performance in their last three major tournaments.
Roberto Martinez took charge after Qatar and they won every game in 2023 under his watch to wrap up a place at the Euros.
Portugal have been paired with Turkey and the Czech Republic in Group F, while they’ll also meet one of Georgia, Luxembourg, Greece or Kazakhstan at the tournament.
While Belgium’s golden generation is winding down, they remain an outside threat at any major tournament.
New boss Domenico Tedesco remains unbeaten after taking charge, having been left to pick up the pieces after their group-stage exit at the 2022 World Cup.
They aren’t likely to repeat that failure, having been paired with Slovakia, Romania and the winners of path B in March’s playoffs.
It has been a barren time for the Netherlands for nearly a decade now, with their third-place finish at the 2014 World Cup a distant memory given what has transpired since the tournament in Brazil.
The Dutch failed to qualify for the 2016 European Championship and the 2018 World Cup, before then being knocked out in the last 16 of the 2020 Euros and the quarter-finals at the 2022 World Cup.
Ronald Koeman has returned to the helm to lead a young side, which has gone well outside their two losses to the French in qualifying.
For much of qualifying for the Euros, there were doubts over whether defending champions Italy would even reach the finals, but a goalless draw with Ukraine in their final qualifier was enough to propel the Azzurri to Germany.
This summer is the first tournament for new boss Luciano Spalletti, who led Napoli to the Serie A title last season.
The Azzurri have a crop of players who won this tournament in 2021, so Spalletti has plenty to work with, but not a lot of time to get his ideas across.
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